Muscles & Strength
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Fitness and recreational athletes share the same goal: stay fit and healthy and look the part! An aesthetic muscular body and health are of primary importance, whereas the development of functional strength is a secondary effect. In contrast, competitive athletes strive for functional strength. Nonetheless, the nutritional requirements remain the same independent of whether the focus lies on the development of aesthetic muscles or strength. Here, protein is of key importance and should be consumed in sufficient amounts at every meal. Too little protein will not stimulate muscle development enough (anabolic stimulus) and if also not consumed regularly, muscle will start to break down (catabolism).
It is recommended to consume 20-30g of protein every 3-4 hours including the usual meals. These guidelines may vary depending on the workout and daily routine e.g. by combining fast and slow digesting proteins. Even on rest days sufficient protein should be consumed throughout the day. Click on the tab for more information on the topic.
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