T1DM Powerlifting, Bodybuilding and High Intensity Training

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T1DM Powerlifting, Bodybuilding and High Intensity Training

An open forum to discuss nutrition, routines and how to work with type 1 to fulfill your potential. Exercise routines and how to dose with insulin both with pump and MDI to avoid acute and latent-onset hypoglycaemia. Picture is me after a cut.

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One of the best overall short synopsis by one of the best of all time Dorian Yates. Remember all of this is coming from a Mr. Olympia and all the associated supplements that come with being a professional bodybuilder. For those of use who already take enough shots (get the drift?) we have to tailor our intakes and cardio to how our bodies react in the real world. The biggest things are the main points and about goal setting. Long-term and short term achievable goals are the best things for the beginner through the advanced lifter.

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Insulin Sensitivity

Started by Edgar. Last reply by Jayanth Nov 1. 6 Replies

After more than 15 years training at the afternoon, I am training in the morning (8am), usually 30 min of intense cardio + 1 hour of intense heavy weight lifting.I use Lantus (AM + PM) + Humalog with…Continue

Protein and Kidneys

Started by Santiago Jimenez. Last reply by Santiago Jimenez May 30. 2 Replies

I have the intention to increase my muscle mass, and for someone like me who has always been low weight (type 1, 5 years ago) it seems to be impossible without large amounts of protein. But all…Continue

Tags: Muscle, Gym, Kidneys, Protein

weighting bodybuilding

Started by static192. Last reply by Jon Jan 25. 10 Replies

hey just wanted to know are there any diabetic type 1 here who weight train or bodybuild here and do you find it hard to gain muscle mass?Continue

HMB anybody?

Started by FHS. Last reply by FHS Sep 28, 2013. 2 Replies

Back in my college days, I got a free sample that really seemed to work really well to build muscle mass. I had a two month supply and put on 5 solid pounds, which would a huge gain for me. It was…Continue

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Comment by Pete on March 5, 2014 at 2:36pm
Well Jon, Don't take this above your doctors advice. These symptoms are also caused by dehydration and this happens to everyone. Diabetic or not. Make sure you stay well hydrated. Especially during Cardio, Aerobic or any other exercise you do.
Comment by Jon on January 25, 2014 at 5:18am

Hey guys, anyone have troubles with nausea during cutting season? I find that when dieting and burning fats rapidly I feel sick and often vomit much like when I suffered ketonacidosis as a kid. Any thoughts or suggestions?

Comment by static192 on September 28, 2013 at 4:49am

hello everyone hows it going

Comment by Kurt on December 1, 2012 at 5:24am

hello,

Comment by Santiago Jimenez on November 12, 2012 at 12:08pm

So, I'm a skinny T1 trying to gain some weight (goal is 20 pounds) I have pretty skinny genes, always has been very hard for me to gain weight. I'm thinking about getting the Rip:60 program and a protein shake from Metrx (whey protein) which as far as I see doesn't have many carbs in it that could raise BG. Any advice from any one of you that has experience in this is much appreciated!

Comment by TimmyMac on September 23, 2011 at 6:03pm
great news for me. the college i'm going to is almost done with its gym renovations! I'll finally be able to lift again after 4 months. hopefully I havent lost too much as far as maxes go
Comment by SuFu, Ph.D. on June 1, 2011 at 7:58am
I agree with the quote much more than the quotee. Don't kill the messenger, I just cite the source.
Comment by Brian (bsc) on June 1, 2011 at 6:50am
I am speechless. Why would a "vegan" make a statement suggesting that he was willing to make any sacrifice necessary for the sport and then eat celery?

Of course the guy is "HUGE," what being 6' and 185 lbs.
Comment by SuFu, Ph.D. on May 31, 2011 at 1:47pm
Comment by SuFu, Ph.D. on May 31, 2011 at 1:45pm
‎"Bodybuilding is not just a sport; it's a way of life. If every aspect of your life is not focused on making the sacrifices necessary to build your best physique, you will ultimately fail and never reach your full potential."

Robert Cheeke
Founder & President
Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness
 

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