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Author: Mauro G. Di Pasquale
ISBN13: 978-1420043808
Title: Amino Acids and Proteins for the Athlete: The Anabolic Edge (Nutrition in Exercise & Sport)
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Publisher: CRC Press; 2 edition (November 30, 2007)
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Amino Acids and Proteins for the Athlete: The Anabolic Edge (Nutrition in Exercise & Sport) by Mauro G. Di Pasquale



Mauro G. Di Pasquale. This is a terrific book. Yes, it's technical, but if you managed to get through moderately advanced High School science courses, or if you hacked college, don't sweat it, you'll get it. Di Pasquale-an . gives much in-depth, detailed information on the metabolism, physiological effects of, and potential for excercise enhancement of amino acids, proteins, and their effect on body hormones. Di Pasquale knows that the reader wants to apply the information to athletic performance. Overall a terrific advance for bodybuilders and worth it if you want to get away from all the hype and zero in on some science. This book is for the thinking bodybuider. Naturals, in particular, have much to gain. Скачать (pdf, 528 Kb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

Series: Nutrition in Exercise & Sport. Hardcover: 456 pages. This book covers all areas of using proper nutrition to improve athletic performance and cosmetic looks. The author is extremely credentialed being a physician and world champion in power lifting. I've seen a picture of him when he was forty and he was muscular and ripped to the bone so he does walk the walk. Also I have used his diet and have seen incredible results. Parts of the book can become a little complex but take your time and re-read.

Mauro G. ISBN 13: 9781420043808. Series: Nutrition in Exercise & Sport. contents THE THEORY Proteins and Amino Acids Exercise and Protein Metabolism Energy Metabolism Dietary Protein and Amino Acids Protein Foods vs. Protein and Amino Acid Supplements Physiological and Pharmacological Actions of Amino Acids Essential Amino Acids Conditionally Essential Amino Acids Nonessential or Dispensable Amino Acids Summary and Conclusions NATURALLY ANABOLIC Artificial Enhancement Getting It Together Examples of Useful Nutritional Supplement Formulations.

Proteins in human nutrition Amino acids in human nutrition Athletes Nutrition Dietary supplements. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Amino acids and proteins for the athlete : the anabolic edge, Mauro Di Pasquale.

gives much in-depth, detailed information on the metabolism, physiological effects of, and potential for excercise enhancement of amino acids, proteins, and their effect on body hormones. He talks about both anaerobic and aerobic excercise, but since he is a former powerlifting champion, he zeroes in on anaerobic excercise (. bodybuilding, powerlifting), which is very refreshing.

Amino Acids and Protein for the Athlete-The Anabolic Edge is the first single volume devoted to this important topic. In addition to basic information about protein and amino acids, this very timely book describes the anabolic effects of high-protein diets, the values of different food proteins, the differences among various protein foods, the advantages of specific proteins, processes to maximize the value of protein, and the biological and pharmacological effects of certain amino acids. Dr. Di Pasquale served as an advisor to the World Wrestling and World Bodybuilding Federations, has written for numerous health and bodybuilding publications, and has published several books and newsletters on sports-related issues. The second part of the book, the practical how-to section, Naturally Anabolic, advises the athlete on ways to achieve maximum progress while avoiding the use of anabolic drugs. It provides the inside scoop on how to use nutrition to manipulate anabolic hormones naturally, and how to lose body fat without sacrificing muscle.

The second part of the book, the practical how-to section, Naturally Anabolic, advises the athlete on ways to achieve maximum progress while avoiding the use of anabolic drugs. Proteins and Amino Acids. Exercise and Protein Metabolism.

Di Pasquale served as an advisor to the World Wrestling and World Bodybuilding Federations, has written for numerous health and bodybuilding publications, and has published several books and newsletters on sports-related issues.

Extensively updated with all chapters rewritten and double the information and references, Amino Acids and Proteins for the Athlete: The Anabolic Edge, Second Edition reflects the nearly exponential increase in data and knowledge in the past few years regarding the use of amino acids and proteins to enhance athletic performance.

This groundbreaking book is written by physician Mauro Di Pasquale, two-time Pan American, two-time North American, and eight-time Canadian Powerlifting Champion. Dr. Di Pasquale served as an advisor to the World Wrestling and World Bodybuilding Federations, has written for numerous health and bodybuilding publications, and has published several books and newsletters on sports-related issues. In this volume, he imparts his scientific knowledge as well as lessons learned from his own athletic achievement to give professional and recreational athletes the tools they need to improve performance using nutrition and nutritional supplements as alternatives to drug use.

The book begins with a brief review of energy and protein metabolism before describing the positive impact of supplementation on athletic performance, health, disease, and longevity. It reveals the actions of protein and amino acid supplements on muscle size and strength and energy metabolism as well as the role of specific amino acid supplements.

The second part of the book, the practical how-to section, Naturally Anabolic, advises the athlete on ways to achieve maximum progress while avoiding the use of anabolic drugs. It provides the inside scoop on how to use nutrition to manipulate anabolic hormones naturally, and how to lose body fat without sacrificing muscle. The final chapter reveals the secrets of powerful nutritional supplements that can enhance an athlete’s performance. By following Dr. Di Pasquale’s time-tested advice, athletes will get the inside edge over the competition and take their achievement to the next level.

Reviews: 7
Mash
This is a must read for people seriously into nutrition science. Dr Di Pasquale compiled many studies and referenced the book very well. A great textbook to use for reference !
Kiutondyl
Mauro DiPasquale is a very knowledgable man. His book is full of well researched material. A must for anyone who deals with athletes or for athletes looking for answers.Great for bodybuilders or anyone looking to build muscle. All material is backed up with peer reviewed scientific studies. Can be heavy reading at times, but excellent reading. This one is a valuable edition to any library and I won't be letting my copy go anywhere!
Anasius
Dr. DiPasquali digs deep into the finer points of protein metabolism, including the types of proteins, how the body digests them differently, and the other facets that affect how protein is handled by the body. This book is not just repackaged dogma from the USDA. Dr. DiPasquali makes claims- that are supported by clinical studies- that run counter to what many nutritionists say but are truths that are have been known for decades by those who train with strength and muscular gain in mind. An excellent resource.
JoJogar
great
Use_Death
This is a terrific book. Yes, it's technical, but if you managed to get through moderately advanced High School science courses, or if you hacked college, don't sweat it, you'll get it. Di Pasquale--an M.D.--gives much in-depth, detailed information on the metabolism, physiological effects of, and potential for excercise enhancement of amino acids, proteins, and their effect on body hormones. Di Pasquale knows that the reader wants to apply the information to athletic performance. He talks about both anaerobic and aerobic excercise, but since he is a former powerlifting champion, he zeroes in on anaerobic excercise (e.g., bodybuilding, powerlifting), which is very refreshing. You also get summary detail toward the end of the book that gives sample supplement doses and critical timing of dosing to maximize results. Di Pasquale also weighs in on other non-amino acid supplements that affect anabolism (or purport to) such as Pyruvate, HMB, etc. (There's no info on steroids, so forget about that.) Overall a terrific advance for bodybuilders and worth it if you want to get away from all the hype and zero in on some science. This book is for the thinking bodybuider. Naturals, in particular, have much to gain.
Gann
This book had good points and bad points.some of the information contained was applicable for self educated bodybuilders but unfortunately for the most part their was a plethora of technical information that is difficult to comprehend.I have the upmost admiration for mauro di pasquale but i feel this book was written with medical practitioners in mind and not average bodybuilders
Lesesshe
I can go on and on of how incredible this book is but I will make this review short. This book covers all areas of using proper nutrition to improve athletic performance and cosmetic looks. The author is extremely credentialed being a physician and world champion in power lifting. I've seen a picture of him when he was forty and he was muscular and ripped to the bone so he does walk the walk. Also I have used his diet and have seen incredible results. Parts of the book can become a little complex but take your time and re-read. In short, this book is super-packed with knowledge, not to mention five thousand references which shows how the author put his heart and soul into this book for us to not only enjoy reading but to help us go beyond your aspiration of what ever fitness goal we have in mind. I HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone who wants to drastically improve in sports and fitness.