post workout nutrition

We all need a treat sometimes, and these products are delicious and suitable for many different diets.
The Core bar from ProBar is a delicious post-workout snack packed with protein and high-quality ingredients.
Depending on who you ask, a gallon of milk a day will either turn you into a muscle bound machine or make you fat along with having some serious sinus congestion and acne.
The key to getting the most out of training is what goes on when you’re not at the academy, dojo, or gym. If you have not recovered from a previous training session your current one will suffer.
Fueling your training doesn't just take place before your workout. Read these ten articles to learn the ins and outs of how you should eat after you train.
There's been a lot of research done on post-workout drinks after one workout, but what if you have two or more workouts in a day? A new study answers that question.
I believe your post-workout meal is one of the most important meals of your day. Let's look at why it's so important and what you can do to promote the best possible recovery nutrition.
Unless you're training multiple times per day and not eating proper meals, your post-workout meal isn't critical. Time to turn your attention to your pre-workout food if you're not seeing results.
Turns out you may not need those post-workout carbs. New research shows no difference in protein absorption between those who consumed protein and those who combined carbs and protein.
I think I'm eating basically paleo, but I get really confused about what's best to eat before and after I do CrossFit. I want to build muscle, but lose fat. Help!
Are you confused about what to eat before and after a workout? Frustrated by what and when to eat? Read on for some best practices when it comes to fueling your body before and after training.
Research indicates what we eat before and during a workout may have a significant impact on the body’s ability to recover and adapt. Science gives us some clues about what and when to eat.
No joke. Researchers followed rugby players, of all people, and took a look at the effect of post-workout alcohol consumption on their strength, power, and recovery abilities.
The always continuing post workout nutrition debate rages on. New research says adding protein to your post workout food/drink doesn't make a difference. What do you think?