Is belly growing from beer?

From time immemorial, people believe in scientifically unconfirmed theories. Some still believe that there is local fat burning from the torso – that is why programs such as the aerobic type 6 of the weider are so popular. I have often seen ladies spending half of the training on torturing the abdominal muscles.  __ You can read also: Alcohol and mass building or reduction – can…

Alcohol for a bodybuilder – a recipe for lack of increments

So how is this alcohol for a bodybuilder?  8 active men aged 21.4 ± 4.8 years, body weight 79.3 ± 11.9 kg, peak VO2 48.1 ± 4.8 mL / kg / minute and leg straightening sitting 104 ± 20 kg participated in experiment. They trained at least 3 times a week for more than 6 months. The test looked as follows  It should be added…

Alcohol and muscles

The effect of alcohol on the muscles  From the point of view of bodybuilding, alcohol has direct toxic effects on muscle and nerve tissue. The type II muscle fibers are most susceptible to alcohol damage (that is, those in which the most active hypertrophy occurs due to weight-bearing training). Alcohol disturbs the hepatic process of glucose synthesis with amino acids or lactates, called gluconeogenesis. This…

Is belly growing from beer?

From time immemorial, people believe in scientifically unconfirmed theories. Some still believe that there is local fat burning from the torso – that is why programs such as the aerobic type 6 of the weider are so popular. I have often seen ladies spending half of the training on torturing the abdominal muscles.  __ Here you can find supplements supporting your diet – CLICK __…

Does alcohol make women fat?

Researchers 1 examined the relationship between alcohol consumption and weight gain in women. The study involved 49 324 women aged 27 to 44 years. They did not have cardiovascular disease, cancer or diabetes in the past and were not pregnant during the study period.  __ Here you can find supplements for women – CLICK __ White women are not exposed to weight gain if they…

Alcohol after training – harm or not?

However, this research does not convince me completely. Why? This is another time when Mr. Danielle Levitt performs an experiment that shows that alcohol after training is not so harmful. The previous time, Levitt proved that drinking alcohol (at a dose of 1.09 g ethanol / kg of lean body mass) after muscle damage exercises has no effect on the pro-inflammatory response or muscle performance…

Alcohol in the athlete’s diet

The influence of alcohol on the synthesis of muscle proteins The influence of alcohol on hydration The influence of alcohol on injuries Other effects   The influence of alcohol on the synthesis of muscle proteins Nutrition strategies aimed at maximizing regenerative processes should start in the first hours after training. Laboratory tests have shown that muscle mass synthesis (MPS) is optimized for protein intake of…