To be a great athlete you need to be able to sustain high forces (speed x strength = power). Bigger muscles can generate more power because they are capable of producing more force at a given speed. The higher your training intensity, the faster you deplete your body of carbohydrates, amino acids, fat, water and electrolytes. Your body's nutritional priorities are replacing carbohydrates and amino acids. Failure to replace carbohydrates can cause your body to catabolize (break down) muscle tissue resulting in serious losses of muscle mass, strength, speed and power.
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The Harder You Train, The Harder UMP Works For You
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