Carb Back-Loading, The Carb Nite Solution, Shockwave Protocol, Transforming Recipes. In addition to Carb Back-Loading(CBL), Kiefer has written a previous book titled The Carb Nite Solution. From his credentials and by listening to. The carb backloading strategy is a diet regimen designed to help you lose John Kiefer — the creator of carb backloading — believes this way of eating . frequently cited throughout John Kiefer’s book, “Carb Backloading”.
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Lists with This Book. Jul 12, Baguirov rated it liked it. On the other hand I would recommend intermittent fasting which might give you better results. Jan 28, Joe rated it it was amazing. A very very very comprehensive and well researched guide. On the plus side you can eat what you want for dinner every back,oading and just need have breakfast and lunch within certain parameters although avoiding breakfast altogether is ideal. The author recommends training in the evening pm as the optimum time and the book gives a planned eating programme based on this.
Carb Back-Loading by John Kiefer
He does however provide alternate schedules for people who need to train at other times of day. I myself have to train first thing A very very very comprehensive and well researched guide.
I myself have to train first thing in the morning.
I think the book is a great resource and the author certainly makes sense of the science and I do not understand enough to disagree with this at a scientific level. One thing that I do not like is that most of the high carb evening meals are centered around junkish food, or at least food normally not considered to be healthy.
While this is very appealing, even if if helps me lose fat and put on muscle, I would rather eat a “healthy carb” if there is jhn a thing. Personally I feel that rice or potatoes would be healthier than ice cream. While this may be only in my own mind and not in fact true, I would like to have seen even a page on some healthier or more natural alternatives to bread and Ice Cream.
Overall I would recommend this book and it gets five stars for being so clear, giving such a huge amount of information and also for the amount of scientific research that has gone in to it. Dec 01, Jim Allen rated it liked it Shelves: I confess I only read the “cliffs notes” pages the author provides, but only because I learned through them that the author does NOT recommend his program either for endurance athletes or for Crossfit, both of which describe me.
Jul 18, Shawn Stone rated it really liked it Shelves: Carbs, and more especially their consumption at night, have long been vilified by the fitness community. Anyone training to ikefer an appreciable amount backloadung muscle however knows the catch 22 encountered when limiting carb intake. Conventional wisdom preaches higher carbs at the start of the day; a truism which Kiefer argues is counterproductive because our body is more biologically attuned to burning fat at this time.
A constant influx of calories advocated by the frequent meal camp is not only unn Carbs, and more especially their consumption at night, have long been vilified by the fitness community. A constant influx of calories advocated by the frequent meal camp is not only unnecessarily inconvenient, but mounting evidence suggests is a great way to develop insulin resistance over time.
Trialling this for a couple of weeks I noticed that I was able to eat A LOT more carbs than I was used to eating g a night and experienced no fat gain with more muscle fullness.
Mar 31, Davor rated it really liked it Recommends it for: People who are doing heavy resistance training. Recommended to Davor by: Heard about it on Road to Ripped podcast. The book is excellent in explaining all of the mechanisms exploited in the diet to the tiniest detail.
Might appear to be overwhelming for an average user. Anyone who buys the book, has access to the “members only” section of the Athlete. Perhaps the only downside to this book is that it is already outdated in certain segments and Carb Back-Loading 2.
Jun 08, Kevin rated it liked it. Hard to say overall and I don’t have enough deep nutrition knowledge to properly analyze it. My main useful takeaway was the importance of post-lifting trash carbs. Apr 18, Carrie rated it it was amazing.
He answers all those questions on what to eat and when in detail. A great second book to Carb-Nite, for when you are ready for more. Or need more energy or are trying to kick-butt backloadihg the gym while eating low carb.
This isn’t a one time read. I will reference this book many times. Jun 10, Ryan Hebert rated it liked it. It’s over pages long, but a quick read. He throws a lot of chemistry and physiology at you, but he uses to make interesting points. Nov 01, maggie rated it really liked it. A tightly written, well researched book. You’ve got to be serious about your training to follow this program.
Feb 06, Thi T. This thing is so well-researched that it is mind-boggling. Has more references than most dissertations. Stephanie Wimer rated it it was amazing Oct 23, Tyler Kosnik rated it it was amazing Feb 22, Rick Raymond rated it really liked it Jun 25, Blake rated it it was amazing Apr 15, Richard Meehan rated it really liked it Apr 28, Andreas Baur rated it it was amazing Jan 31, Rocco Dioguardi rated it really liked it Sep 17, Matt Fay rated it liked it Nov 09, Fred Goodwin rated it it was amazing Jul 02, Geoff Guilfoyle rated it did not like it Sep 26, Edgar Torres rated it really liked it Sep 11, Mitch Troop rated it really liked it Jun 10, Jeremy rated it it was amazing Feb 05, Tina rated it liked it Jul 06, J rated it really liked it Jan 24, Braden Trimpe rated it it was ok Feb 09, Demetel Venegas rated it really liked it Nov 13, Brett Burger rated it did not like it Oct 13, Yirou Chen rated it it was amazing Oct 03, Brian rated it liked it Nov 27, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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