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Ecdysterone Ecdy-Bolin Goes Head-to-Head with Dianabol and Wins.

What a compound! Not only does ecdysterone facilitate a 
tremendous amount of positive effects in the b ody, but it 
elicits zero negatives! Think about it. This is a compound 
that has gone head-to-head with steroids in studies and won 
anabolicly with none of the associated side effects of 
steroids! One study conducted by top Russian researchers 
paired ecdysterone directly against Dianabol, one of the most
powerful anabolic steroids developed. The study showed 
equivalent anabolic activity with one exception: ecdysterone 
stimulated both slow and the all-important fast twitch 
muscle fibers, while Dianabol only stimulated the slow 
fibers! I think it's safe to say that yes, there are anabolic 
steroids and growth hormones in existence that are more 
powerful than ecdysterone. That's to be expected. But 
what if you could have a compound similar to that in power, 
but with no side effects? It goes without saying that if this is
indeed true, ecdysterone merits a closer look.

For more Info on Ecdy-Bolin and how you can get a   
Russian Training Cycles Workout Program go to:
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     Fitness Tips For 5/27/2009
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Milk and Bodybuilding

Got Milk?

Cycling champion Kristin Armstrong was recently asked the secret to 
her success (she won a gold medal in the recent Olympics in China.  
Her answer?  She told Idaho Health that it was "chocolate milk."  
Why?  She revealed "I use chocolate milk as my recovery drink after 
races and workouts.  The carbohydrates fuel my muscles after 
exercise.  The protein reduces muscle breakdown and stimulates 
growth.  And milkís natural electrolytes help restore fluid balance."
Is Kristin correct?  And how does it pertain to hard gainers?  Kristin
is right on target.  The latest research indicates that milk is the 
best post workout recovery choice.  In spite of what Gatorade says, 
milk is a far better post workout drink.  Unfortunately Gatorade 
lacks protein.   Studies have shown that the availability of free 
amino acids immediately after exercise increased muscle anabolism by 
increasing protein synthesis and decreasing protein breakdown.   It 
turns out that protein is a vital recovery factor, and if you neglect
 this factor you miss out on the full prospect that your exercise 
session can provide.

Protein intake appears to be particularly important in exercises 
which result in muscle damage, such as repetitive power workouts 
to exhaustion and eccentric exercise (producing force during muscle 
lengthening - as noted in the Training & Conditioning Journal). 

In addition to getting protein, getting the right type of protein 
is also enhances the recovery effort further.  The right type of 
amino acid intake for recovery includes a lot of leucine.  Donald 
Layman, University of Illinois nutrition professor, points out that 
taking the amino acid leucine right after a workout can shorten the 
downtime your body needs between workouts.  Laymanís studies  
demonstrated that when leucine was ingested within 15 minutes of 
the completion of a workout, the leucine appeared to quick-start 
the protein rebuilding process - exhibiting that muscles can 
recover more quickly, and that the body can be better prepared for
 the next round of hard core training.   Guess what contains a lot 
of leucine?  Milk.  

A study at Virginia Tech University found that circulating amino
acids rose for those who took milk after exercise (specifically 
resistance training-weight lifting exercise) and decreased for 
those in the carbo only and placebo groups.  Sorry again, Gatorade! 

The final factor in favor of milk as the perfect post workout 
choice is the fact that it is liquid.  Liquid gets put to work 
quicker than solid food, and this gives it the edge on other 
forms of protein such as steak, eggs, etc, for the quickest 
action to start muscle recovery.  

Milk is a simple but super effective post workout recovery aid.  
Try some the next time you workout Ė within 15 minutes of the 
completion of the routine.

Author bio

Dwayne Hines II is the Editor-at-Large for OnFitness magazine and 
has written for a variety of national magazines, including Ironman, 
MuscleMag, BlackBelt and Menís Workout.  He has acted as a 
bodybuilding contest judge, is a certified personal trainer with 
the National Strength and Conditioning Association and has 
several bodybuilding and fitness books selling in major 
bookstores such as Barnes and Noble. 

Dwayne Hines II has just released "The Growth Zone" 

Amazing but True - Most People Fail To Work 50% of Their 
Muscle Tissue!

Did you know that even bodybuilders neglect half the 
muscle tissue in the body?

It doesnít take rocket science to build bigger muscles.  
However, it does take a certain knowledge and application 
of that knowledge in the gym and in your diet.

And the Truth is, the Sooner You Act, the Sooner Your 
Muscles Start Growing!

Checkout "The Growth Zone" at 
http://www.trulyhuge.com/fast-muscle-growth.html

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