Vitamins are needed by athletes in more than standard push ups ordinary people due to the fact that the body will spend more energy, a person consumes more food, well, for muscle growth.
In ordinary food, not all the vitamins that we need are contained, well, you do not know in which product how many vitamins and what.
This can be found by looking at the table of the composition of products, everything is written in what quantity and how many are there. But it is not always possible to chest use different products to get the right amount of vitamins, except that you do not know what norm the body needs of different vitamins.
For this, synthetic vitamins have been created, which can be bought at the pharmacy. And for athletes, different companies develop special vitamins that contain B vitamins, which are needed for muscle growth, and others.
Vitamin supplements athletes very often also take, but all because the first athlete needs more food than an ordinary person, and he also needs more vitamins.
Very often beginning athletes start buying bodybuilding supplements, thinking that thanks to them alone they pump muscles very fast.
Often the coach himself tries to put the sports nutrition into the hands of the newcomers, telling how they will be able to achieve results quickly if they accept them.
For athletes, the correct selection of liquids is very important. During training
Need chest every 15-30 minutes to drink about 100-200 ml of the drink, after training, the loss of water you need to replenish 400 ml of water.
You can not drink carbonated water, coal. It is absolutely forbidden to drink beer, through which it acts on the body, as a diuretic (it relieves the body of liquids), as standard push ups well as a cola that strongly oxidizes the body and causes dehydration.
In solid cheese there is a lot of Calcium (Ca), also Zinc (Zn) and vitamin (A), 100 grams of cheese contains 24-30 grams of protein, it contains eight essential amino acids (the most deficient are tryptophan, lysine and methionine.)
Cheese is made from whole cow milk. Hard cheeses practically do not contain lactose, which is good for those people who do not tolerate it. Some cheeses are made from fatty milk, and their content is fat from 20 to 50%. Look at the label when you buy, choose the cheese with the standard push ups most protein and the least amount of fat. There are different types of hard cheeses: fatty and not fatty (depending on what make milk% fat), also are high in calcium (eamenitel, gouda and epuas), soy cheeses (tofu) – they are rich in proteins, soy protein is almost similar to protein Meat, it is used as a substitute for meat, it is cheaper than meat, but it is practically no worse than it. It also has a low fat content.
Brie chest and Camembert cheeses will help in the intestinal robot, they contain a moldy crust. This mold is useful for the intestines, it helps it to fight bacteria, has the effect of antibiotic-like penicillin killing the current of harmful sweaty bacteria, and does not harm the body.