Carbohydrates are an important group of foods for fueling your muscles. That's because carbs are partially converted to glycogen, which is stored in muscle to power your workouts. Men and women who are strength training at least twice a week need at least half of their calories from carbohydrates per day. That doesn't mean you should be loading up on pizza and bagels. Try adding in good quality carbohydrates that are low in fat, such as whole-grain breads and cereals for the best strength-training boost. Low-fat milk and yogurt and fruits and vegetables also are good options and provide some carbohydrates in our diet. When planning your meals and snacks, it is recommended to stay away from higher fiber foods immediately prior to or during exercise.
How to create rock hard muscles
that look great 24 hours per day and from any angle (not just while you
are training or have a "pump").
How to put on muscle without ever having to worry about looking like a meat-head. How to create the sharp "angular" look, instead of the bloated round look.
The proper strategy to get masculine square looking pecs, that makes your chest look like an armor plate instead of having typical rounded bodybuilder pecs.
How to build density in your abs instead of adding size to this area...getting those deep etched abs that are visible 24 hours per day (not just with good lighting).
Anyway, I could go on and on and list quite a few more bullet points...