I do not contribute to any forums but I respect the T-Nation community and the extraordinary articles provided to us so much that I have decided to post a question hopefully you guys can help me with.
I am currently doing a 3 day split consisting of Squats, Deads, Standing OH Press and Rear Delts and Forearms sparingly according to energy levels and need. And I plan to switch to twice a day superhero training by my favorite contributerl..CT.
I was always prone to gaining fat around the nipple area leading to a very man-tits look (one of the reasons that I started to train in the first place and learn more about carb intake). Doing 2 cycles in the past ( a very ignorant decision) with only about a year training might have contributed to that also.
So I have been doing this split, max-stim style, which IMO is the best for a natural trainee; along with the assitance of whey, bcaas, creatine, beta-alanine and...waxy maize (WM).
I can swear by the WM as it instantly pulls away the subcutenous water and provies me with equal or even more fuel than those pre-workout supplements. I have been taking about 2 scoops (40 g's/scoop) of WM pre-workout and about 1 scoop during workout. I have also tried doing 3 Scoops pre-during and 1 after...Let me get to the point sorry.
*By either providing science behind your reason or giving insight through your own experience...For maximum lean mass gains (bodybuilding right?) should i load on carbs before and during a workout and not post? or is it better to have some carbs after but just enough to trigger a stronger insulin response than just protein?
Keep in mind that I am speaking about post-workout in the form of combining WM with the bcaas, the possibly having only solid food in the form of protein. Or Should I do just bcaas and then postworkout solid meal including carbs?
I think the best will be to try each approach I mentioned and see whats best but I was wondering if you guys could just share what works best and hopefully there is science behind your experience and I won't have to go through one of those experiments that are doomed to fail in the first place.
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