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Originally posted by madcap_v2

You should have protein and simple carbs post workout, 30 mins or so after you finish working out. Ideally something quick like a protein shake + fruit.

There's a lot of good advice on here, some you'll need to take and apply to your own particular situation. Work out your BMR (basal metabloic rate) and use that a base to work out your calorie intake. MyFitnessPal is a great way to track your meals. I personally think without tracking, it's impossible to get an accurate guage on your nutrition.

info appreciated.
Had a look on amazon, theres dozens of protein powders & some seem to be for bulking(which i dont want)
could you recommend 1 or 2 types?

 


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acolcpfc has put out a lot of information a very small % is good but sorry the rest is typical mains stream BS.

You want to lose weight and become learner I take it well simple become fat adapted and you can then do high protein.

High intensity exercise is what you want to do if you are doing this correctly you wont be able to do it 5 days for 1hr 3 times a week is best to give you time to recover later down the road you can increase.

No carbs are required at all people that state this as stated at beginning going by mainstream BS they don't have any understanding about human physiology the same with recommending fiber.

Stay clear of protein powers as well if you can again more processed food you don't require you can get everything you need by eating a correct diet which offers bio available nutrition.

 


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View madcap_v2's Profile madcap_v2 Flag San Antonio de Portmany, Ibiza 26 Jul 21 2.35pm Send a Private Message to madcap_v2 Add madcap_v2 as a friend

Originally posted by kingdowieonthewall

info appreciated.
Had a look on amazon, theres dozens of protein powders & some seem to be for bulking(which i dont want)
could you recommend 1 or 2 types?

Whey protein with circa 80% protein in it is adequate. Myprotein's impact way is great value and all you need really. Comes in every flavour under the sun as well as unflavoured, so you can't go wrong with them really.

 


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Originally posted by grumpymort

acolcpfc has put out a lot of information a very small % is good but sorry the rest is typical mains stream BS.

You want to lose weight and become learner I take it well simple become fat adapted and you can then do high protein.

High intensity exercise is what you want to do if you are doing this correctly you wont be able to do it 5 days for 1hr 3 times a week is best to give you time to recover later down the road you can increase.

No carbs are required at all people that state this as stated at beginning going by mainstream BS they don't have any understanding about human physiology the same with recommending fiber.

Stay clear of protein powers as well if you can again more processed food you don't require you can get everything you need by eating a correct diet which offers bio available nutrition.

I wouldn't recommend high-intensity exercise for a beginner in their or approaching their 60s.

Carbs are needed post workout to replenish glycogen, and pre to fuel workouts but other than that I'd agree that they aren't required.

Real food over protein powders always, but for ease, convenience and digestion, 1 protein shake post-workout is fine.

 


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Originally posted by madcap_v2

I wouldn't recommend high-intensity exercise for a beginner in their or approaching their 60s.

Carbs are needed post workout to replenish glycogen, and pre to fuel workouts
but other than that I'd agree that they aren't required.

Real food over protein powders always, but for ease, convenience and digestion, 1 protein shake post-workout is fine.


Not true this is why I stated fat adapted 0 carbs are required mainstream has brainwashed people with false information on this.

High intensity is great for anyone you change it to your needs so if its first time and you are older you reduce the time and rather then do say sets of 5 you do 3 its what fits that person.

No protein shakes are needed at all consume natural products which can be eaten before or after it doesn't matter some people feel better with either (If some one must go down protein shake route go for casein and a product which is as clean as possible so seed oils or the likes of aspartame they put so much rubbish in the products with claims its good for you when its not)

Unflavored should be close to max 1g of carbs and flavored around 3g with the protein being minimum of 23g

Rest of the advice is very good

 


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just remembered something from Fitter Fans that CPFC ran about 10 years ago, for fans over 40 years old.

It was about a gradual change in lifestyle to get fitter.
It started off about eating habits. Eat 5 smaller meals a day, to keep your metabolism running smoothly. (no snacking on crisps and sweets). snacks consists of fruit , nuts and cereal bars etc. Breakfast can be as early as you like to get your metabolism running ASAP. Your last meal of the day should be no later than 7pm, and should not be a big meal. This is because your metabolism is already starting to slow rapidly, in preparation for sleep.
The following weeks were about increasing your natural workrate. Simple things like walking to the shops/work or cycling. If you are using your car for shopping, park at the far end of the car park, to increase the amount you walk. (walking was monitored with a step-o-meter and you logged your daily amount of steps)
Things got more active into the course, with 5-a-side and advice on gym work and incorporating exercise seamlessly into your life, where you can actually enjoy it.

Like now, I'm just off to walk the dogs down the beach, and if it's hotter this afternoon, I might take a bit of a swim


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