Saturday, 25 February 2012

Me doing 275lbs/125 incline bench press And Biceps Work

New PR!! YES!!

Also did biceps on that day :

Friday, 17 February 2012

Helpful Program or Website to Calculate your Food Intake And Body Progress


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LBM : Body Weight Simulator

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LBM : Body Weight Simulator

Saturday, 13 August 2011

Wheat Bread vs White Bread

In nature, wheat grains are brown because the bran (or outer layer) is brown. When the bran layer is intact, it contains the endosperm and the germ, though only the bran and germ have true nutritional benefit. To get white flour (and hence white bread), wheat grains are stripped of their bran and germ, leaving only the nutrient-poor endosperm.
Wheat bread
Wheat bread has more fiber than white bread, which is why health nuts love it. Fiber is important to both cardiovascular (it lowers cholesterol) and gastrointestinal (it keeps things moving) health, and it serves to slow down digestion of the carbohydrates in wheat bread–imparting longer-lasting energy throughout the day, and throughout a workout. This is important to those who are concerned about maintaining steady insulin levels, as the slower the carbohydrates are digested, the more level the insulin response. White bread, on the other hand, is a fast-digesting carbohydrate, which causes insulin levels to spike–which, during nontraining times, causes energy levels to crash and leads to increased fat storage.

White Bread
There are times in a day when a massive insulin spike is required to amplify muscle gains, and that's when wheat bread just won't do. We're sure you've realized that we're talking about postworkout nutrition. The fact is, a dollop of jelly on white bread is among the best ways to get fast carbs after a session cradling the iron. Lest you need reminding, insulin is an anabolic hormone; the more you have after tearing muscle apart, the more muscle you'll rebuild. A day's diet that includes a few slices of white bread is also extremely effective at refilling glycogen stores (and thereby rebooting your metabolism) after a week or so of low-carb dieting.
So, after workouts, white is right. At all other times of the day, you can't beat wheat. Just make sure the label says whole wheat, not multigrain or plain wheat, and that it contains whole-wheat flour (not enriched white flour).

 This chart  below compares some of the nutrient values found in a slice of white bread and one of whole-wheat bread.

           WHITE BREAD                                                                   WHEAT BREAD

Calories        69                                                                                        69

Protein          2g                                                                                        3g

Carbs           13g                                                                                     13g

Total Fat       1g                                                                                       1g

Fiber             1g                                                                                       2g

Calcium       39mg                                                                                  20mg

Iron             1mg                                                                                     1mg

Magnesium  6mg                                                                                   24mg

Phosphorus 26mg                                                                                  64mg

Potassium    26mg                                                                                  71mg

Selenium   4.5mcg                                                                                10mcg

Sodium     177mg                                                                                 148mg

Folate       29mcg                                                                                 14mcg

source : Jordana Brown

Sunday, 3 April 2011


The essential amino acids are those that your body cannot make on its own, so it's vital that you get them from food and supplements. Although it takes about 20 aminos to produce the majority of the proteins--such as muscle tissue--in your body, generally, the EAAs are comprised of eight aminos: lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, leucine, isoleucine and valine. The rest of the aminos are considered nonessential, because your body can make them itself. Some studies have found that taking EAAs prior to workouts increases protein synthesis afterward better than taking them when the workout is over.

Vitargo is a complex carb, but unlike most complex carbs, this bad boy is rapidly digesting ... about twice as fast as sugar, as research confirms. Due to its complex branching structure, this carb is about the fastest thing you can put into your body. This keeps insulin levels high during workouts, for maximizing muscle growth.

* Take It Like This To pack on mass, choose EAAs to sip on during your workout. Mix 10-20 grams of EAAs and 35 g of Vitargo in about 2 cups of water. Sip on this during your workout, being sure to consume it all by the last set
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