Protein Catabolism – The Difference Between Anabolism And Catabolism

Today I want to talk about a principle that most people are neglecting, and it’s the reason why most people go in the weight room, they work out very, very hard, and they don’t see the results that they want.

This principle can help you get a lot more results in the weight room and a lot more out of your workout. What we’re going to talk about is called anabolism and catabolism.

Anabolism is when your body is in a state that it can build tissue, so it has everything it needs. It has proteins, carbohydrates, calories, and fat as the energy sources and substances it needs to build and repair muscle. That’s anabolism.

Now there’s an opposite state and that’s catabolism. You see, your body needs energy sources in order to function properly. All the bodily processes that need to take place-that takes energy. Now if your body doesn’t have the proper energy on hand, in order to perform those bodily processes, it’s going to have to go break down tissue in order to get that energy.

So, the state of breaking down to get energy into the body, that’s called catabolism. And when your body is in a catabolic state you can lose muscle because things are being broken down, and it can definitely not be in a state to build and repair tissue, or to build muscle.

The problem is there’s so many of you out there, and you’re actually working out adequately. And I’m not saying you’re working out optimally, but you’re working out adequately enough to make muscle gains. But because your nutrition is not correct, and you’re not in an anabolic state most of the time, you’re not able to see the gains that you want.

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