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✅recommended snacks before bed✅
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getting hungry late at night isn’t pleasant and eating snacks definitely won’t make you feel good. but there are a few snacks that are acceptable to eat that won’t affect your daily calorie intake too much. these are to be seen in the graphic above. :) ————————
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comment 106 star 7,072 4 days ago

💥protein sources💥
read below to for details!👇👇
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repost: @mazerfitness
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🔥yo, you know that thing called protein? that thing that build muscle or helps you to preserve muscle mass in a f*t loss phase. yeah... that thing.😉
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✌️you need to eat that! but what should you eat in order to get your protein in?
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you see, there are a lot of very good protein sources out there! high protein, low tag along fats. but, there are also a ton of not so really good protein sources out there. little protein, high tag along carbs and fats. you need to be able to distinguish the difference between the two!!
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so here’s a little chart that i threw together for you so you know how much you need to eat from certain foods to eat 30 grams of protein which is something you should be shooting for to at every meal, maybe more, probably not less depending on your protein needs and meal preference of meal frequency.
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before i get bombarded in the comment section with the question “dennis, how much protein do i need?” → 1 gram per lbs of body weight is good for most people trying to lose a little bodyfat. if have a lot of bodyfat to lose (20-30+ lbs) i would recommend to go with one gram per lbs of goal weight.
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comment 30 star 3,207 2 days ago

One fried egg, mashed sweet potato sprinkled with chili flakes and avocado 🍳🥑🍠🤗 i slept in and had to go for a quick option. it took me only a few minutes to prepare it. it was actually a pretty good pre-workout meal 💪🏼😍 as there was not enough protein in it, i fueled my body with whey protein right after my session.
the full meal with 30g portion of whey protein was 454 calories with 34p, 38c and 18f. ——
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comment 37 star 2,685 2 weeks ago

💥quick meal options💥
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repost: @smurray_32
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so, let’s have some science. studies have shown that, while stress, limited knowledge of how to cook healthy foods & taste preferences are definitely some of the barriers causing young adults to opt not to eat “healthy” nutritious meals (house et al 2006, andajani-sutjahjo et al 2004), the most frequently reported barrier to healthy eating has shown to be lack of time (betts et al 1995, greaney et al 2009, lappalainen et al 1997)

depending on the demographic and/or age, this can be because of commitments to work, school, and/or leisure activities leisure schedules (betts et al 1995) however, overall, “not having time” has thus been shown to be one of, if not the main causes of increased junk & convenience food consumption (takeaway or pre-packaged) (inglis et al 2005) along with being associated with a lower quality of diet overall with significantly lower fruit & vegetable intake (welch et al 2009, larson et al 2009)

while you can argue that you can still just “hit your macros” with junk/convenience foods, most people do not track their macros & thus, due to junk/convenience foods often being very energy dense, this could be a risk factor for weight gain and/or obesity. furthermore, vitamins & minerals are crucial for overall health & prevention of disease (shenkin 2006) thus, by frequently opting for junk/convenience foods (which are sig. lower in micronutrients) over more nutrient dense food/meals, you may start to impair your health as well.
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comment 22 star 3,447 6 days ago

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when selecting shoes for your training session, it's vital to think about what you will actually be doing. if you will be running, then sure, grab the running shoes. but if you are going to be in the weight room squatting, deadlifting and performing other popular strength exercises, then you need the right shoe for the job. running shoes aren't it.
why not?
running shoes are very cushy and supportive. and for good reason: when you are running, you need cushion and support. especially when you're running outside, you need your footwear to have a little give to handle change in incline and surface (rocks, tree roots, etc.). this is not what you want when you're lifting heavy weight. next time you see someone lifting in a running shoe, watch their foot. you will see it moving all around, something that's not good when you have a hundreds of pounds on your back or in your hands. the extra cushion found in running shoes makes them unstable under heavy loads. when you try to lift in a running shoe, the added load will cause slight shifts side to side, and forward and backwards.
you need to find a shoe that is completely flat, and it should have a hard sole as well. something equivalent to a converse will work great. some other great options on the market are nike metcons, no bull trainers, new balance minimus trainers, reebok nanos and more.
your training shoe should have support on the sides. there are some athletic type shoes that are almost like a sock with no lateral support. try to do a movement like a lateral lunge or a hard cut while doing an agility drill in these shoes and your foot will slide to the side with no support to hold it in place. again, that's lost energy and explosiveness. not good!
your shoe should keep your foot within it. you also want a shoe made with material that can hold up to the beating you put on it. athletes are h*****n equipment with tough practices and training sessions. you need something made out of quality material. some training shoes now are even made partially out of kevlar to withstand the hardest training sessions.
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comment 19 star 1,275 2 weeks ago

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it is getting late and you have to finish off your macros. you already had all your carbs and f*t for the day but have 50 g of protein you need to eat to hit your targets. having whole eggs or ground beef may not be the best choices.
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that's where the above options come in handy. not only that, but they are also great low-calorie protein sources to fill you up without adding on a ton of calories. and if you are against tilapia, swap it out with another option.
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which is your favorite protein source?
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comment 11 star 1,151 2 weeks ago

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comment 17 star 3,245 Yesterday

Clean protein 💪🏼💚
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by:@jacked.on.plants
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😳one of the things that alarms me the most following so many bodybuilders on social media is the total disrespect for their bodies and seemingly, ignorance towards their health...just because you look good on the outside it doesn’t mean you’re healthy. artery-clogging ldl cholesterol comes as a result of a diet high in animal f*t and protein. it's easy to see why a traditional bodybuilders diet is extremely risky. heart disease is currently the developing worlds biggest killer and you could call it the silent assassin while it creeps up on the inside.
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💔looking fit and strong doesn’t make you healthy.
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this is what i love about eating a plant based diet - if you bulk correctly it just means you’re getting even more nutrition into your diet and you stay lean.
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a common question that comes up among many people new to a plant-based diet is, “what do i eat?” what to avoid on a plant-based it quite clear: all animal products. if we want that plant-based diet to be a healthy one, we take things a step farther, also eliminating/reducing processed foods, including oils and refined carbohydrates. -
protein? if you're eating nothing but a variety of whole, natural plants, you will get enough of every single essential amino acid, regardless of which foods you choose (the complete protein myth has long been debunked). you would experience a calorie deficiency before a protein deficiency, and both are virtually nonexistent in first-world societies.
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to your healthful gains 💪🏼💚
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sambo✌🏻

comment 105 star 2,138 4 days ago

‼️best alcohol choices for f*t loss‼️
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🤔is it possible to enjoy alcohol while being on a diet? -
✅yes, it is! this is because caloric deficit still key for f*t loss, so as long as your total daily calories is still under your maintenance, you’re golden!
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when drinking and going out with your friends, just be conscious of the beverages you choose. if you’re going for heavy liquor, definitely stick to plain shots or mix with zero/low-calorie mixers and fruits. get as creative as you want with what you mix your alcohol with, just make sure the ingredients are calorie-free! 🤪
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always make sure that you still try to somehow trace what you’re drinking, so you don’t go overboard. a good tip to prepare for nights out is to save some calories from carbs and f*t for your alcohol. so during the day, have a high protein diet with lots of vegetables and water to make sure you’re ready!😎

comment 92 star 1,741 3 days ago