Tag: Post-Workout

A Post-Workout Shake Recipe

October 29, 2020 | John Paul Catanzaro

Here's a post-workout shake recipe courtesy of my client, John. It contains protein powder, creatine, yogurt, walnuts, half a banana, and a handful o...

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Periodization of Post-Workout Juice

January 21, 2020 | John Paul Catanzaro

I know, you saw the title and you're expecting to read about steroids. Sorry to disappoint! This article is about fruit juice, specifically cranberry...

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Eat Your Whey to Greater Gains in the Gym

October 23, 2019 | John Paul Catanzaro

Whey protein is a great option after a workout, but you don’t need to have a shake. You can eat it! Ricotta cheese is very high in whey protein....

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Carbs, Caffeine, and Training: A New Approach for Muscle Growth

March 06, 2018 | John Paul Catanzaro

Constant learning and experimentation are what I'm all about. I love to try out different methods that I pick up from various sources, and then tweak...

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Take Pre-Workout Supplements Post-Workout As Well

January 19, 2018 | John Paul Catanzaro

https://youtu.be/Cly59Mf19kI Taking your pre-workout supplements both before and after strength training can be quite effective. Check out these...

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A Great Way To Reduce Post-Workout Soreness

November 12, 2015 | John Paul Catanzaro

Without a doubt, branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) top the list of supplements to take during a workout. BCAAs have a host of research-supported ben...

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A Potent Post-Workout Cocktail

September 24, 2015 | John Paul Catanzaro

In a research article titled "Ethnopharmacology and male bodybuilders' lived experience with consuming sports nutrition supplements in Canada," Brian...

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Eat Watermelon After A Workout

August 12, 2015 | John Paul Catanzaro

If your goal is to get lean, it's wise to limit your fruit intake due to the sugar content. Consume fruit primarily on workout days: Stick with low-...

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No Carbs Post-Workout

May 05, 2015 | John Paul Catanzaro

During high-intensity phases, a lower volume of training means less energy expended. It’s important to reduce calories at this time or you’ll end...

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