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Old 03-29-2013, 10:54 PM   #11
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i haven't noticed a difference. there have been times when i couldn't eat for hours after a workout, and this was on an empty or near-empty stomach. i still recovered fine in the days following the workout. i didn't feel or perform any weaker during my next workout.
i've also experienced the opposite: i've had times when i eat like crazy post-w/o and felt like i didn't recover well in following days. i'm not convinced that nutritional "timing" is a factor, and i don't think i'd ever take anyone seriously who argues it's a major, game-changing factor.
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The post-workout meal window makes no difference to me, I always eat after I workout...that's just how it is, workout, clean-up, eat...simple, no clock involved.
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I do NOT believe in the post workout window...but then, who the hell am I ??
yeah, blood vessels wide open, muscles full of blood, nutrients flying crazy through your body with the increase of blood flow to the outter limbs, etc and especially to the areas you just damaged. the smartest, largest, and strongest guys eat after they lift and have for decades (and its not a whey shake its FOOD) why would there be such a thing?
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I have a question, and believe me, I am not being a smart a$$ or sarcastic. I am looking for informantion.

How long after you eat does it take for you stomach to break down your food, and start delivering to your muscles?

I have no idea, but I would have thought it takes more than 45-60 minutes.....
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I have a question, and believe me, I am not being a smart a$$ or sarcastic. I am looking for informantion.

How long after you eat does it take for you stomach to break down your food, and start delivering to your muscles?

I have no idea, but I would have thought it takes more than 45-60 minutes.....
How long is a piece of string.

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Timing of last meal
Size make up of last meal
Size and make up of meal digested
GUT health.

If you looking at a fasted guy whom has just taken some disolved amino acids then approx 20-30mins.

If your very well fed and then eat a large meal you body will still be processing it as much as 6hrs later. However nutirents will be getting into your bloodstream much sooner.

I think the timing thing isn't really an issue and nothing to get anal about. If your well fed your body will have adequate stores to start the recovery process without the need for any instant supply pre or post. I mean whom dosn't eat fairly soon after training anyway? Just set up a routine that your consistent with and works for you and job done.

I have no experince of pro BBs etc etc, or those taking meds, so maybe they can utilise the nutrients in different ways to a normal guy/gal would and hence need to worry about timings that are so strict?
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lets put it this way.
I personally dont really stop eating once i start my preworkout meal, then im sipping protein and carbs throughout my workout, then i eat within an hour of my last rep.
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Factors include;

Timing of last meal
Size make up of last meal
Size and make up of meal digested
GUT health.

If you looking at a fasted guy whom has just taken some disolved amino acids then approx 20-30mins.

If your very well fed and then eat a large meal you body will still be processing it as much as 6hrs later. However nutirents will be getting into your bloodstream much sooner.

I think the timing thing isn't really an issue and nothing to get anal about. If your well fed your body will have adequate stores to start the recovery process without the need for any instant supply pre or post. I mean whom dosn't eat fairly soon after training anyway? Just set up a routine that your consistent with and works for you and job done.

I have no experince of pro BBs etc etc, or those taking meds, so maybe they can utilise the nutrients in different ways to a normal guy/gal would and hence need to worry about timings that are so strict?
youre also forgetting theres things that slow and speed digestion, depending on what you eat. esp regarding post workout. for example, fats like PB slow digestion.
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