Is more protein always better? Whey protein is a product of cheese. The reason that it has become so popular over the years is because it is absorbed into the system very rapidly. When you are trying to keep your body in an anabolic state, it is ideal. When your body is catabolic, after a workout, whey protein will reverse this process. The question is how much whey protein can your body actually absorb.
Supplement companies want you to believe that you need 40 to 60 grams of protein per serving. In reality, your body can only absorb 15 to 20 grams per serving. Keep this in mind when you are deciding what your post workout meal, or shake, will consist of. It is more important to time your protein right.
Are high rep workouts the best way to burn fat? You will not build nearly as much muscle with a high rep workout. To stimulate muscle growth you need to overload the muscle with resistance. You can achieve this with much more success using high weight with low reps. With some more muscle on your frame you will burn more calories and fat because that is what is required from the muscle in order to maintain it. Your body has to work harder to keep muscles than it does to hold onto fat.
It may be true that not all of us have the genetics to be professional athletes, but there are measures that we can take to assure that we reach our maximum potential. Everyone can build an impressive physique without the use of illegal drugs. It may take longer and it will be a tough haul, but when all is said and done you will be better off.
I hope that these points have cleared a few things up for you. With all of the conflicting information that is out there it can be confusing and frustrating to find out what is the truth and what is not.
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