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In order to progress as fast as your genetics allow you MUST be pushing your limits in the gym. One of the key parts of doing this is getting more from your body in the gym. This means optimising your plan for performance, in turn leading to better-forced progression via overload.
The time of day you train really depends on your personal situation. However, generally, you will feel more energised to train when you have more calories in you. Logically, this will be after your first 3-4 meals of the day.
On top of this, consider what you're having leading up to your workout. Are there enough complex carbohydrates present in order to support high-intensity weight training which is glycolytic in nature. The balance is having enough without eating too much, which can undermine your ultimate body composition goal. There are many nutritional techniques I use to get pre-workout nutrition on point! You can also consider a pre-workout supplement to boost your output in the gym. Assault from MusclePharm is one of the best pre-workout that does not contain a high amount of Caffeine and has many good ingredients to help your mind and body connect and ready.
The next thing after concluding if you've eaten enough of the right food is allowing it to digest. If you go to the gym too soon after eating you will not perform at your highest level. Why? Because the body is trying to send blood to the gut in order to digest food, rather than to your working muscles. Give 60-90 minutes after your pre-workout meal. Always consider the food sources as well in this meal, ensure they are easily digesting foods. Adding into your diet a boost of probiotic is also a good option. CGN Lactobif will be your best choice in both quality and value.
Being "focused" is a cliche piece of advice for training BUT it is of huge importance. If you go into the gym, talk between sets and don't monitor rest periods you will find that the intensity becomes subdued. As a result, your workouts will deliver very limited results. Don't forget the importance of getting zoned into your training before you begin, as well as maintaining this state of mind for the duration.
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