Just one question remains. I noticed you said something about your long period of non-training. How consistent are you with your training? Is it like on-off training, or have you really been going to the gym and busting balls to the walls constantly for two years?
Yeah milk get's you some protein and carbs, that's good. Some calsium and vitamins as well. Like Stu said, get more carbo-loaded vegetables and fruits after working out.
But he's looking to improve his three major lifts(bench, deadlift and squat) and increase strenght. He doesn't care much for getting lean or cut or hyperthrophy in general. Isn't that more of a powerlifter approach? I mean, what bodybuilder would say it's okay to have some fat and that I want to get stronger on my thee big meet lifts.KenDowns wrote:Find out what bodybuilders do. We have some here, but the mainstream here is powerlifting, and that won't get you the right advice.