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Next to aiding muscle recovery and growth, protein is also quite filling. A study by the University of Missouri compared consuming a high-protein yogurt snack with consuming a high-fat chocolate snack.
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The perceived fullness of the volunteers was higher after consuming the high-protein yogurt snack. Another study, which was done by the University of Washington , shows that individuals who maintain a high-protein intake, feel less hungry throughout the day and are able to maintain a calorie deficit with more ease.
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This is one of the main reasons why a high-protein intake is favourable during a fat loss phase, it can make maintaining a calorie deficit easier.

To effectively preserve/build muscle, you don't need more than 0.8-1 gram of protein per lb. of bodyweight.There is nothing wrong with consuming more protein [8], since this can help increase satiety even more.
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Study 1:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11255140
Study 2:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2732256/
Study 3: 
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25266206
Study 4:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16002798
Study 5:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11023001
Study 6:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8700446
Study 7:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24092765
Study 8:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16174292
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Learn from the best, former SL cricket physio sheds light on how to eat right.
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HARSH REALITY‼️ (read below)
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Often we find ourselves so much focused on our workouts but how little attention do we pay to our meals. Not going to rant on the importance of right nutrition but sum up with the following.
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You eat like shit, you will look like shit, its what you put into your body that will determine what your body puts out. Your physique is simply in your hands, eat good clean healthy food, excersise, rest well and most importantly be consistent. The results will surprise you.
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💥PRE-WORKOUT MEALS💥
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🐣Most lifters love to talk about post-workout meals but forget the importance of pre-workout.
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🐙Truth is, while a post workout meal is obviously important, a solid pre-workout meal actually delays how quickly you need to eat after training. Which means you don't need to rush to get your protein in or worry you'll lose all your gains because the nutrients from your pre-workout will still be digesting hours after you finish working out. Here are the details.
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🏓Most importantly, get your protein. At least 25g (personally, I get at least 50g). It can be chicken or salmon or tuna or turkey or Greek yogurt or cottage cheese or eggs or protein power or whatever. Doesn't matter. Just get 25-50g or protein.
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🌵Carbs - eat 'em! Especially if you're doing more intense workouts with a lot of higher rep, metabolic work. 20-50g will be enough to fuel you for at least a 60min workout.
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👨🏻‍🍳Timing - don't make this more complicated than it needs to be. Eat within 1-3 hours of working out. Period.
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🐿Caffeine - sort of kidding because you don't *need* it but mostly not kidding because if you don't want or like caffeine that just tells me you're a cotton headed ninny muggins. On a serious note, it's not essential but caffeine does actually improve performance (among other benefits) so I strongly recommend it.
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☕️That's it. Pre-workout meal essentials.
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🙏❤I hope this helps and, as always,  any questions leave em below 💪
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Athletes commonly need to train or compete while experiencing muscle soreness that is sustained from previous exercise. This has been shown to substantially reduce performance.
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A 2015 study suggests that post-exercise foam rolling can help enhance recovery from muscle soreness and improve performance on subsequent training days.
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Therefore, if you feel like muscle soreness is holding you back from performing optimally, consider foam rolling the muscle group(s) you've trained post workout. . (Repost)
Srilankan bowler Dilhara Fernando getting his hamstring work done.
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If your a sportsmen, give priority to the gym and training. Strength and endurance are keys to separate yourself from the rest.
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How to select the best nutrition plan for you. (part 1)
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What works for me?
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Each individual is different. your body will react to what you put in differently from another. So there is no “One right way” We often find people who consume a lot of calories keeping lean. and some who consume a low level of calories having excess body fat.
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The Basel metabolic rate plays a huge role behind that. therefore first you need to determine your BMR calculate your BMR now  and based on your BMR you could calculate your daily requirement of calorie intake Check your calorie requirement .
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Once you know your daily calorie requirement, you need to plan out how you are getting that amount of calories per day.
(To be continued)
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