All experienced athletes know that frequent and intense training must be backed up by proper nutrition to achieve the desired results. Most people who work out in the gym find that following a training diet is a complicated process and always time-consuming.
Therefore, the simplest way to approach a certain training diet is to focus your daily diet around the 3 most important meals of the day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). The rest of the meals (these meals should be in the form of a healthy snack) during the day should come before and between the 3 most important meals or 1 hour before bedtime.
These meals should provide a greater intake of protein and nutrients that will allow proper muscle growth and rapid muscle recovery after strenuous training. All of these meals should be based on adequate protein intake. The following meal divisions can be the basis of your training diet:
Quality protein meal.
-Foods that contain a healthy amount of calories
For all those who do not have the opportunity to get enough calories from the main meals, the following products contain a large number of healthy calories (these products can be eaten as a snack between main meals):
Cheese, cottage cheese, sour cream
Natural almond and peanut butter
Banana, milk, and honey shake.