Ok so here was a burning question I had. Note past tense.
"In the CBL diet/program one is advised not to consume carbs pre and during workout" The purpose of this is to not blunt the release of GH post workout. About half hour after you can cram the carbs until bed...yada yada yada.
The question was Peri Workout Nutrition is one if not the most emphasised point on TNation. That being the case why does John Kiefer recommend otherwise. After all he too is backing up his points with science.
The result and bluntly put by CT (thanks for that) was and I quote:
"NO PERI FOR GH RELEASE AND HITTING YOURSELF WITH A HAMMER...: Hitting yourself with a hammer will increase GH production, starvation JACKS UP GH levels... are these two things conductive to muscle growth? People make the mistake of looking at the "first level" without considering the whole physiological response. Not having a peri-workout to avoid blunting GH release makes as much sense as not consuming any protein because the leucine might increase insulin release."
Oh and he had one other thing to add:
MORE ON NO PERI TO AVOID BLUNTING GH RELEASE: Not having a peri-workout protocol to avoid blunting GH release is kinda like no working to avoid getting robbed of the money you make
What i get from this is the CBA of peri workout to no peri workout is light and day, true/false and more importantly why?
Can someone expand or point me in the right direction as to why below is the case?
"whey and malto are not the same as cyclic dextrin and casien hydrolysate"
Thanks TN, look forward to the replies.