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Trevor Kouritzin on meal frequency, timing your carbs and IIFYM

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Meal frequency, timing your carbs and IIFYM are three very controversial topics with a lot of different view points. I discuss my thoughts and opinions on each in this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H2SK32VOYM

I agree that at the end of the day, the most important thing is calories in vs calories out. However, a high meal frequency, timing your carbohydrates primarily around breakfast, pre workout and post workout and basing your diet around unprocessed whole foods is optimal and will probably give you an extra 5-10%. 5% here and 5% there quickly adds up and can make a significant difference when done for a long period of time. It can be the difference between first and second.
 
Meal frequency, timing your carbs and IIFYM are three very controversial topics with a lot of different view points. I discuss my thoughts and opinions on each in this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H2SK32VOYM

I agree that at the end of the day, the most important thing is calories in vs calories out. However, a high meal frequency, timing your carbohydrates primarily around breakfast, pre workout and post workout and basing your diet around unprocessed whole foods is optimal and will probably give you an extra 5-10%. 5% here and 5% there quickly adds up and can make a significant difference when done for a long period of time. It can be the difference between first and second.
Very educational video ........

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Meal frequency, timing your carbs and IIFYM are three very controversial topics with a lot of different view points. I discuss my thoughts and opinions on each in this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H2SK32VOYM

I agree that at the end of the day, the most important thing is calories in vs calories out. However, a high meal frequency, timing your carbohydrates primarily around breakfast, pre workout and post workout and basing your diet around unprocessed whole foods is optimal and will probably give you an extra 5-10%. 5% here and 5% there quickly adds up and can make a significant difference when done for a long period of time. It can be the difference between first and second.

That's awesome that you made this level. I should have my gym buddy watch this because he always stresses about carbs and how to time them and he makes it more complicating that it really is.
 
Really nice video. I really like the point about how you will feel when eating the right foods. People should remember that a healthy body will be more efficient at burning fat. Just another reason to have good whole clean foods.
 
Good Video Trevor.
I'm of the Opinion like you in regards to IIFYM, eat Quality Whole Food, and Not Processed Crap.
While some Guys have done the Eating Crap Routine.

I see that in the Long Term as a Time Bomb waiting to go off........................................... JP
 
That's awesome that you made this level. I should have my gym buddy watch this because he always stresses about carbs and how to time them and he makes it more complicating that it really is.

I am a big advocate of KISS - keep it simple stupid. Look at the best bodybuilders of all time - Jay cutler, Ronnie Coleman etc. - their diets are so basic and simple. They shop at Costco just like we do.

Mastering the fundamentals is what gives results. Not some weird voodoo magic diet program.
 
i have noticed when i eat a large breakfast and small dinner that i wake up with a flat stomach. even though i am getting in the same calories it really is true that you should get the most for breakfast .. has a lot to do with digestion when you go to bed
 
Meal frequency, timing your carbs and IIFYM are three very controversial topics with a lot of different view points. I discuss my thoughts and opinions on each in this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H2SK32VOYM

I agree that at the end of the day, the most important thing is calories in vs calories out. However, a high meal frequency, timing your carbohydrates primarily around breakfast, pre workout and post workout and basing your diet around unprocessed whole foods is optimal and will probably give you an extra 5-10%. 5% here and 5% there quickly adds up and can make a significant difference when done for a long period of time. It can be the difference between first and second.

Off topic. But are you a Yankees fan?
 
I am a big advocate of KISS - keep it simple stupid. Look at the best bodybuilders of all time - Jay cutler, Ronnie Coleman etc. - their diets are so basic and simple. They shop at Costco just like we do.

Mastering the fundamentals is what gives results. Not some weird voodoo magic diet program.

Hahaha exactly! That's how I feel brother.. I like things simple! I'm a guy! As men we should keep things simple.. no offense ladies if there are any in here. I would use my wife as an example for what just happened 5 minutes ago but she'll kill me lol and I do respect her and love her.. but wow! Ladies.. I love you ;-) you keep things interesting!
 
Most vets here know how dedicated I am with clean, I mean truly clean food! Store bought meat can ruin a dedicated person and they won't even know how it happened!

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I will say in the USA, if you do your homework, or maybe send me a PM, real, organic, meat isn't that hard to find. Once I was eating real grass fed beef for a few months, my life changed. Sleep, work, everything felt better!!!
 
I don't sell meat! I just know where to get real beef!

Your best option is to head to your local farmers market and meet the farmers yourself. Ask what their cows are fed. You want to hear that they are grass finished. That means they are fed a diet of nothing but grass. A lot of farmers will 'grain finish' their beef to increase the fat content before butcher. You don't want that because even a little bit of grain before slaughter will skew the otherwise perfect fatty acid ratio in the meat.

You will know you have found a good farmer when he starts to go on a tangent about how terrible commercial meat is. It is full of hormones and antibiotics. Not only that, the animals are fed the absolute cheapest feed possible. Commercial farmers don't give two craps about the quality of their meat because they sell it to the grocery store based on weight. Not quality.
 
Great way to simplify what you need to focus on while working on gains.

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