#proteins Instagram Photos & Videos

proteins - 528.3k posts

Top Posts

  • Älskar frukt i mängder! Så himla gott! Nu längtar jag till sommaren då jordgubbarna är som godast!! 😍🥰🍏🍎🍐🍊🍋🍌🍉🍇🍓🍈🍒🍑🥭🍍🥥🥝 0SP 😍😍
  • Älskar frukt i mängder! Så himla gott! Nu längtar jag till sommaren då jordgubbarna är som godast!! 😍🥰🍏🍎🍐🍊🍋🍌🍉🍇🍓🍈🍒🍑🥭🍍🥥🥝 0SP 😍😍
  • 1,085 15 17 March, 2019

Latest Instagram Posts

  • Porsche nos muestra un pequeño adelanto de Taycan pero no nos muestra demaciado qué te parece?
  • Porsche nos muestra un pequeño adelanto de Taycan pero no nos muestra demaciado qué te parece?
  • 12 2 4 minutes ago
  • 📣Pedidos: 3014231428📢 
Envios nacionales 🇨🇴
👉Distribuidor de suplementos🏋️💪 3014231428  @fitnutritionctg 🚨Domicilio en cartagena🚨 
Envios a todo el pais  informacion: 3014231428
  • 📣Pedidos: 3014231428📢 
    Envios nacionales 🇨🇴
    👉Distribuidor de suplementos🏋️💪 3014231428  @fitnutritionctg 🚨Domicilio en cartagena🚨
    Envios a todo el pais  informacion: 3014231428
  • 164 2 1 hour ago
  • HAPPY MONDAY!!
🔥🔥ABS ABS ABS🔥🔥
Complete 4 rounds, rest 15 sec between each set
1️⃣Cross knee tuck/cross leg lift/v-up  alt. sides 45 secs
2️⃣Leg climbers (R) 30 secs
3️⃣Leg climbers (L) 30 secs
4️⃣Hallow hold (20 sec) straight into bent knee v-ups (20 sec)
  • HAPPY MONDAY!!
    🔥🔥ABS ABS ABS🔥🔥
    Complete 4 rounds, rest 15 sec between each set
    1️⃣Cross knee tuck/cross leg lift/v-up alt. sides 45 secs
    2️⃣Leg climbers (R) 30 secs
    3️⃣Leg climbers (L) 30 secs
    4️⃣Hallow hold (20 sec) straight into bent knee v-ups (20 sec)
  • 70 3 2 hours ago
  • Here you can see the difference between hyperextensions for glutes vs lower back! 🔝🔝 Follow @lyxfit_style 💥
Video by @duncanlukas 💪
  • Here you can see the difference between hyperextensions for glutes vs lower back! 🔝🔝 Follow @lyxfit_style 💥
    Video by @duncanlukas 💪
  • 29 4 3 hours ago
  • 【FAQ】Do I need to take protein supplements if I’m working out?
⠀
The short answer is, no. You don’t need to take protein supplements to get all the benefits.
⠀
Most people think that to gain muscle, or to reap in the full benefits of working out, you must take protein supplements - as if they have some magical properties of gaining muscle or performance.
⠀
THE TRUTH IS, protein is nothing but a macronutrient - the exact same thing that you can find from food sources such as chicken, beef, and fish.
⠀
Protein supplement businesses really blew up the amount of protein we need. The common number we hear is 1g of protein per lb of bodyweight per day.
⠀
The REALITY is, the supplement industry needs to inflate that number so that it makes it harder for us to intake “enough” protein without their supplements.
⠀
In fact, we don’t actually need THAT much protein. UNBIASED research (NOT sponsored by supplement companies) has shown that a ratio between 0.8g to 0.9g of protein per lb of bodyweight - and that number varies within that range depending on different factors.
⠀
And especially if you’re trying to lose fat, it’s recommended that you intake your protein from solid foods as much as possible. Because on a calorie deficit, you wouldn’t have as much food to work with - so you’re more likely to run into hunger problems. So solid foods are much more satiating than protein supplements.
⠀
There’s also that saying that you gotta intake protein supplement within 1 hour after your workout. Well, about that… It’s half true.
⠀
The true part is that research does support this “post-workout anabolic window”. However, first, it doesn’t have to be protein supplement. And second, its effect is greatly exaggerated for the average person. In fact, as long as you’re taking in a TOTAL of sufficient amount of protein, timing is a lot less important.
⠀
But there is a purpose for protein supplements. And in my opinion, there are usually 2 main reasons for its use.
⠀
1️⃣ Convenience due to busy day
2️⃣ You’re bulking, you need a calorie surplus, and you’d be too full to intake everything by solid food.
  • 【FAQ】Do I need to take protein supplements if I’m working out?

    The short answer is, no. You don’t need to take protein supplements to get all the benefits.

    Most people think that to gain muscle, or to reap in the full benefits of working out, you must take protein supplements - as if they have some magical properties of gaining muscle or performance.

    THE TRUTH IS, protein is nothing but a macronutrient - the exact same thing that you can find from food sources such as chicken, beef, and fish.

    Protein supplement businesses really blew up the amount of protein we need. The common number we hear is 1g of protein per lb of bodyweight per day.

    The REALITY is, the supplement industry needs to inflate that number so that it makes it harder for us to intake “enough” protein without their supplements.

    In fact, we don’t actually need THAT much protein. UNBIASED research (NOT sponsored by supplement companies) has shown that a ratio between 0.8g to 0.9g of protein per lb of bodyweight - and that number varies within that range depending on different factors.

    And especially if you’re trying to lose fat, it’s recommended that you intake your protein from solid foods as much as possible. Because on a calorie deficit, you wouldn’t have as much food to work with - so you’re more likely to run into hunger problems. So solid foods are much more satiating than protein supplements.

    There’s also that saying that you gotta intake protein supplement within 1 hour after your workout. Well, about that… It’s half true.

    The true part is that research does support this “post-workout anabolic window”. However, first, it doesn’t have to be protein supplement. And second, its effect is greatly exaggerated for the average person. In fact, as long as you’re taking in a TOTAL of sufficient amount of protein, timing is a lot less important.

    But there is a purpose for protein supplements. And in my opinion, there are usually 2 main reasons for its use.

    1️⃣ Convenience due to busy day
    2️⃣ You’re bulking, you need a calorie surplus, and you’d be too full to intake everything by solid food.
  • 35 3 4 hours ago
  • 【FAQ】Do I need to take protein supplements if I’m working out?
⠀
The short answer is, no. You don’t need to take protein supplements to get all the benefits.
⠀
Most people think that to gain muscle, or to reap in the full benefits of working out, you must take protein supplements - as if they have some magical properties of gaining muscle or performance.
⠀
THE TRUTH IS, protein is nothing but a macronutrient - the exact same thing that you can find from food sources such as chicken, beef, and fish.
⠀
Protein supplement businesses really blew up the amount of protein we need. The common number we hear is 1g of protein per lb of bodyweight per day.
⠀
The REALITY is, the supplement industry needs to inflate that number so that it makes it harder for us to intake “enough” protein without their supplements.
⠀
In fact, we don’t actually need THAT much protein. UNBIASED research (NOT sponsored by supplement companies) has shown that a ratio between 0.8g to 0.9g of protein per lb of bodyweight - and that number varies within that range depending on different factors.
⠀
And especially if you’re trying to lose fat, it’s recommended that you intake your protein from solid foods as much as possible. Because on a calorie deficit, you wouldn’t have as much food to work with - so you’re more likely to run into hunger problems. So solid foods are much more satiating than protein supplements.
⠀
There’s also that saying that you gotta intake protein supplement within 1 hour after your workout. Well, about that… It’s half true.
⠀
The true part is that research does support this “post-workout anabolic window”. However, first, it doesn’t have to be protein supplement. And second, its effect is greatly exaggerated for the average person. In fact, as long as you’re taking in a TOTAL of sufficient amount of protein, timing is a lot less important.
⠀
But there is a purpose for protein supplements. And in my opinion, there are usually 2 main reasons for its use.
⠀
1️⃣ Convenience due to busy day
2️⃣ You’re bulking, you need a calorie surplus, and you’d be too full to intake everything by solid food.
  • 【FAQ】Do I need to take protein supplements if I’m working out?

    The short answer is, no. You don’t need to take protein supplements to get all the benefits.

    Most people think that to gain muscle, or to reap in the full benefits of working out, you must take protein supplements - as if they have some magical properties of gaining muscle or performance.

    THE TRUTH IS, protein is nothing but a macronutrient - the exact same thing that you can find from food sources such as chicken, beef, and fish.

    Protein supplement businesses really blew up the amount of protein we need. The common number we hear is 1g of protein per lb of bodyweight per day.

    The REALITY is, the supplement industry needs to inflate that number so that it makes it harder for us to intake “enough” protein without their supplements.

    In fact, we don’t actually need THAT much protein. UNBIASED research (NOT sponsored by supplement companies) has shown that a ratio between 0.8g to 0.9g of protein per lb of bodyweight - and that number varies within that range depending on different factors.

    And especially if you’re trying to lose fat, it’s recommended that you intake your protein from solid foods as much as possible. Because on a calorie deficit, you wouldn’t have as much food to work with - so you’re more likely to run into hunger problems. So solid foods are much more satiating than protein supplements.

    There’s also that saying that you gotta intake protein supplement within 1 hour after your workout. Well, about that… It’s half true.

    The true part is that research does support this “post-workout anabolic window”. However, first, it doesn’t have to be protein supplement. And second, its effect is greatly exaggerated for the average person. In fact, as long as you’re taking in a TOTAL of sufficient amount of protein, timing is a lot less important.

    But there is a purpose for protein supplements. And in my opinion, there are usually 2 main reasons for its use.

    1️⃣ Convenience due to busy day
    2️⃣ You’re bulking, you need a calorie surplus, and you’d be too full to intake everything by solid food.
  • 34 6 4 hours ago
  • Today is the perfect day to just be happy💕 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Spring is just around the corner and I cannnoot wait for the warmer weather and lots of ☀️shine| I’m already decluttering things around the house. Anyone else in this mood🙋🏾‍♀️
.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
⚠️#bodyburn21 is now available beauties, DM me for more info💜
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
  • Today is the perfect day to just be happy💕 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Spring is just around the corner and I cannnoot wait for the warmer weather and lots of ☀️shine| I’m already decluttering things around the house. Anyone else in this mood🙋🏾‍♀️
    .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ⚠️ #bodyburn21 is now available beauties, DM me for more info💜
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
  • 49 9 4 hours ago