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Old 09-01-2010, 07:13 PM   #11
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dont get me wrong, i am in no way worried about the water thing... i was just curious. there is no way i can eat a meal without drinking water.
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Looks good to me, only comment I would have has been addressed with switching days 1 & 2. As far as your meal questions, I would say 2 things:
1. Eat more on training days, if you have any "cheat" windows those definitely should be on training days.
2. Easily/quickly digestible protein is of course the most important thing after a workout, I also like to eat a banana for carbs post-WO. Pre-workout protein certainly won't hurt you, but some stomachs don't like anything in them before training so try it and if you yack it then stop.
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Routine looks good. I would add in a little more accessory work for the abs, upper back / delts , and triceps. Switch the days if you want, or move Day 3 to Saturday.

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1) Is it okay to drink water while eating ? I read that it can change stomach's acid level, which makes not only protein digestion ineffective, but also digestion of vitamin B12 is seriously affected. A lot of guys also called bs on that.
Navigating the Internet for solid advice can be tough. Having said that, does this even make any sense? Do you think Arnold Schwarzenegger avoided drinking water while eating? What about ancient cavemen (who were probably far and away much stronger than the average male nowadays)?

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2) How should you diet on workout days differ from non-workout days especially regarding pre and pos workout meals ?
How are you going to have a pre- and post- workout meal on a non-training day? A general rule of thumb is eat more calories when you lift because you likely expended more calories on that day then on a day when you don't. Most people will find themselves with a larger appetite after training, so I wouldn't think to much about t, unless you have a problem putting on weight. If that's the case then the math is simple. EAT MORE.
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