The Truth About The Post-Workout Window – Why You DON’T Need To Eat After Working Out!

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What’s going on, guys? It’s Thomas Delauer here for Day #1 of SCIENCE TAKE OVER WEEK here at

Today, we’re going to be talking about that post-workout window – that 30-minute “special window” right when you finish your workout – that actually doesn’t exist. Here’s what I’m talking about:

1:24 – Recent science has shown that this post-workout window is actually much bigger than you think.

1:39 – Protein Synthesis: When you finish the workout, you’ve torn down the muscle fibers and depleted glycogen stores, so you’d think that then is the best time to get a protein-dense meal or supply in, right? Actually, you have a much longer window, 4 hours post-workout and upwards of 24 hours.

3:46 – Nutrient Timing Study: A group of 33 individual males were tested with protein nutrient timing relative to a time of the day and after a workout. What matters at the end of the day is getting the protein in within 24 hours after working out and training hard.

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