I have been training with a personal trainer now for about a year; we work four days a week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) and do bodybuilding splits. So, we do dynamic lower core, heavy ...
I know that it's better don't drink beer before gym. But after gym? Here they claim the following: Carbon dioxide in beer helps quench the thirst more quickly, while beer's carbohydrates ...
I'm on a diet aimed at reducing the amount of fat in my body. Reducing fat is my first priority, actually losing weight second. How will drinking hard alcohol (let's say vodka or rum) affect my diet? ...
How do alcohol calories work. I'm not talking beer, but straight gin or vodka. I've heard it's about 100 calories per ounce, and it's not digested by your normal digestion system, but your liver. ...
I've been having a debate with a few friends. I think if you have been exercising a few days before going out drinking, your body and metabolism will be able to process the drink better, and you'll ...
I consider it common sense to avoid exercise after a night of two beers (Kingfisher Strongs in 650ml containers with 8% alcohol content). The day after drinking, I feel weaker and stiffer and get ...
I'm pretty sure it's all in the question. Let's assume I'm talking about the standard kind of beer, you know, the kind I can buy in a pub (as you can tell, I don't know much about beer).
I heard few of my friends saying doing gym after drinking a liter beer will give a better result. Is it true? Does drinking beer and going to gym a good practice?