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Weekly Tip

One question that many of my clients ask me is if they should eat and take their supplements the same way on non-training days as they would on training days. Well, since you're burning less overall calories on non-training days, it's a good idea to take in about 25 percent less food than you normally would on training days so you don't end up with a surplus of calories (which can lead to fat gain). I also like to consume less carbs on non-training days to help me look slightly leaner - sticking with mostly fibrous carbs like veggies and fruits. If I'm taking creatine, it's business as usual on non-training days as well, and vitamins and amino acids like L-glutamine for muscle recovery are still a good idea since you're body is most likely in a state of repair on those off-training days.

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