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Try taking a pre workout, this is the one i've been taking before my work outs and i've had crazy success, I bet you'd like it. http://www.amazon.com/Cellucor-Training-Pre-Workout-Supplement-Creatine/dp/B00U464HYK


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Ultra-runners end up with a very efficient fat-burning metabolism and a very good idea of what food works for them. Fundamentally, you physically cannot take in enough calories to keep up with the energy expended so your body must switch to burning fat. (There is a maximum gastric emptying rate; combine that with the need for the fluids to be at the same ...


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There's a swedish runner called Rune Larsson (2:18 boston marathon), had the swedish record on 100 km (6:43:36) for 22 years, ran 374 km in 48 hours, 263 km in 24 hours, basically a very experienced ultra marathon runner. His take on food is that most runners are too scared of trying things outside the norm, you don't have to eat enormous amounts of pasta ...


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Insanity workout videos is a compilation of High Intensity Interval Training exercises. What Does This Mean? HIIT exercises are cardio exercises that are designed to burn a lot of calories in the shortest time possible. Its goal isn't to make you big; it's goal is to reduce your weight (usually fats) in the shortest time possible. Unless you're ...


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I'm 18, average height and quite skinny - not a fan of the whole idea of going to a gym to lift weights, and not after getting big, just fit. Is the Insanity workout a good approach? If it is, should I be following the diet it recommends (including the protein powder)? Insanity (and P90X) are both good programs. I'm not familiar with the diet ...


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No. You're confusing the look of people who've gone to the gym for 10 years with the effects of going to the gym. If you're naturally skinny, you won't pack on huge amounts of muscle, in fact, no one does, but especially not skinny people. Getting big takes many years.


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I'd suggest you use one of the food diary app's / web sites to log your daily calorie and nutrient intakes, for example MyFitnessPal. They all offer an estimated TDEE (total daily energy expenditure = Kcal) figure, based on your: age, weight, height and activity level. As well as suggested protein, fat, fibre, sugar, mineral, vitamin and fluid intakes. The ...


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Is the Insanity workout a good approach? If you need to pay for your routine, no. If it is, should I be following the diet it recommends (including the protein powder)? Absolutely not. Since you mention that you are quite skinny, what I recommend is eating more than usual (caloric surplus). Protein shake should not be your main source of protein. If you ...


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Trying to understand your question, you state that there is a nutritional plan with p90x but you don't want to follow it because: I don't want to prepare anything and I don't have access to some of the suggested foods So all we can really suggest (unless being a nutritionist and making you a complete plan specifically for your needs) is to: 1 - ...



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