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Team BPI athlete Courtney King recently traveled to Columbia, SC to visit the Muscle & Strength HQ.
While here she showed us how to do a couple of workouts, including her Booty Burner Glute Program.
She also enlightened us on a couple of nutrition tips in the Muscle & Strength Kitchen.
In this video, Courtney discusses how much protein you should consume post-workout to optimize your results so you can accomplish your fitness goals.
She starts off by asking these important questions:
If your goal is to put on size or muscle, then you probably want to consume more protein than the typical person.
The more lean body mass you have, the more protein you will need.
A full body workout will require more protein than a split workout.
If it’s 4:00 PM and you haven’t eaten anything high in protein for hours, then you should probably consume at the higher end of the spectrum post workout.
If you do split-based workouts and carry less than 150lbs of lean body mass, then you should consume anywhere between 20-40g of protein post workout.
If you do split-based workouts and carry more than 150lbs of lean body mass, then you should consume 40g of protein post workout.
Those that perform full body workouts and have less than 150lbs of lean body mass should consume between 40g of protein post workout.
Lastly, those who perform full body workouts and have more than 150lbs of lean body mass should consume 40-50g of protein post workout.
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