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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21660839/nutrition-guidelines-for-strength-sports-sprinting-weightlifting-throwing-events-and-bodybuilding
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Gary Slater, Stuart M Phillips
Strength and power athletes are primarily interested in enhancing power relative to body weight and thus almost all undertake some form of resistance training. While athletes may periodically attempt to promote skeletal muscle hypertrophy, key nutritional issues are broader than those pertinent to hypertrophy and include an appreciation of the sports supplement industry, the strategic timing of nutrient intake to maximize fuelling and recovery objectives, plus achievement of pre-competition body mass requirements...
2011: Journal of Sports Sciences
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15107010/macronutrient-considerations-for-the-sport-of-bodybuilding
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REVIEW
Charles P Lambert, Laura L Frank, William J Evans
Participants in the sport of bodybuilding are judged by appearance rather than performance. In this respect, increased muscle size and definition are critical elements of success. The purpose of this review is to evaluate the literature and provide recommendations regarding macronutrient intake during both 'off-season' and 'pre-contest' phases. Body builders attempt to increase muscle mass during the off-season (no competitive events), which may be the great majority of the year. During the off-season, it is advantageous for the bodybuilder to be in positive energy balance so that extra energy is available for muscle anabolism...
2004: Sports Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12076177/fatigue-during-high-intensity-intermittent-exercise-application-to-bodybuilding
#3
REVIEW
Charles P Lambert, Michael G Flynn
Resistance exercise is an activity performed by individuals interested in competition, those who wish to improve muscle mass and strength for other sports, and for individuals interested in improving their strength and physical appearance. In this review we present information suggesting that phosphocreatine depletion, intramuscular acidosis and carbohydrate depletion are all potential causes of the fatigue during resistance exercise. In addition, recommendations are provided for nutritional interventions, which might delay muscle fatigue during this type of activity...
2002: Sports Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/2303663/nutrition-and-the-precontest-preparations-of-a-male-bodybuilder
#4
J F Hickson, T E Johnson, W Lee, R J Sidor
A 27-year-old male bodybuilder was studied during a 30-day precontest period when his goal was to lose fat and retain muscle mass. Weighted dietary intakes were obtained for each day of the study. The subject trained 6 days per week with weights and included an aerobic component on most days. Ergogenic drugs and a diuretic were self-administered. At the contest, the subject placed in the top three for his weight division. The strict diet enabled the subject to lose fat weight predictably in preparation for the contest...
February 1990: Journal of the American Dietetic Association
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/1925444/-bodybuilding-hypokalemia-and-hypophosphatemia
#5
F Britschgi, G Z√ľnd
In preparing for competitive body building, body builders--in addition to continuous and hard muscle training--engage in stringent dietetic manipulations: the first few months of hypercaloric nutrition, rich in proteins, are devoted to the build-up of muscle mass. A second phase of reduced caloric intake is designed reduce subcutaneous fat, while, during the last week of preparations, extreme carbohydrate intake aims at loading muscles with glycogen. Simultaneously, sodium and water restriction results in extracellular and therefore subcutaneous volume deficit and better "definition" of muscle contours and structure...
August 17, 1991: Schweizerische Medizinische Wochenschrift
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