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Old 09-05-2009, 12:47 PM   #61
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would any one advise using creatine?
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Old 09-05-2009, 02:56 PM   #62
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would any one advise using creatine?
I think it's rather useless for a boxer.
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Old 09-05-2009, 03:02 PM   #63
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it's just because i read up that Ricky Hatton used to take it to allow him to train at a higher intensity for longer.
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it's just because i read up that Ricky Hatton used to take it to allow him to train at a higher intensity for longer.
Hatton's regime and diet is full of the most unbelievably stupid things you can imagine.
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Old 09-05-2009, 03:07 PM   #65
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it quite expensive stuff as well. he took a lot of supplements when kerry kayes was his nutrionist


think i'll stick to whole foods and some protein powder.
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Old 09-05-2009, 03:41 PM   #66
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it quite expensive stuff as well. he took a lot of supplements when kerry kayes was his nutrionist
I remember seeing a Hatton diet that had more supplements than actual food.

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Old 09-05-2009, 05:57 PM   #67
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I've heard a beer after a workout is good as well. Any truth to this?
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Old 09-06-2009, 07:48 AM   #68
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would any one advise using creatine?
yeah i read this in hattons diet too that kerry kayes had him taking creatine, now i dont know exactly what type of creatine it was but creatine monohydrate which is the most common used creatine is proven to have a negative effect on the body when performing cardio based tests, hattons supplement intake was ridiculous imo, KK said they had him basically on supplements only and NO food to get his weight down this cannot be good, i know KK would know more than me but this raises a lot of eyebrows with people i have said it to who actually teach nutrition courses, if you compare what hatton does to the mma fighter sean sherk it really shows who has being living properly and not, now sherk takes a **** load of supplements too but his diet is probably the best i have ever read, all his veg is eaten raw and is organic, he eats stuff like hemp bread which is packed full of vitamins, nearly all of the stuff he eats is disgusting, he eats constantly throughout the day to maintain energy levels and imo is the best conditioned fighter from any combat sport
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Yes. Mix it with **** for optimum effect.

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Old 09-06-2009, 06:27 PM   #71
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just learnt this today thought it might be helpful for people taking protein shakes.

if you take over 30g of whey protein at one time not all of it is used and some is passed through the body.
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just learnt this today thought it might be helpful for people taking protein shakes.

if you take over 30g of whey protein at one time not all of it is used and some is passed through the body.

Never add liquid to the whey powder. Take it straight.
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Never add liquid to the whey powder. Take it straight.
taking it straight will slow down digestion of the protein and if taking after a workout the quicker the body absorbs the protein the better so taking it straight is dumb, during the 2 hours after a workout the body recovers 5 times quicker than its usual rate so to take it with water will speed up protein synthesis at a period when its most significant
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According to some:

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in relation to replacing lost sugars half a beer would be quite good, but as it says at the end of the article alcohol is a diuretic and will only lead to further dehydration, this argument is ridiculous
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