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Time to get the bikes out of storage and get them ready for the Summer Season ahead.
We invite you to drop by with your bicycles on Saturday May 14th 2016, as we are hosting our 2nd Annual Community Spring Bicycle Inspection and Tune-Up Day
Our own Dr. Phil will be riding the Century Distance for Forward Health, and proceeds will be donated to: The Foundation of The Guelph General Hospital and Rotary Clubs of Guelph. Every Dollar goes a long way to help in this worthy endeavor.
In addition there will be food and giveaways for everyone in attendance.
We’re excited to be teamed up on this day with GORBA (Guelph Off-Road Bicycling Association), Rowe Farms Meats and Speed River Bicycle for the beginning of a season of safe riding, for all ages and abilities.
Location: 951 Gordon Street, in the parking lot.(Gordon Street and Kortright Road)
Date & Time: Saturday May 14th, 2016, from 9am – 12noon
Looking forward to connecting you, your family and friends on this wonderful day.
If you have any further questions feel free to connect with us at email@example.com
A group at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands ran a test to see if it was possible to increase muscle growth by eating protein before going to sleep. They took a group of men and placed them on identical meal and exercise plans for 12 weeks. Half of the men took a protein supplement before bed while the others took a placebo.
At the end of the 12 weeks, researchers recorded the participants’ muscle growth and strength, and compared the data. The men in the protein-supplement group had significantly more muscle growth and strength than those who were given a placebo. Although the test group in this study was already consuming a diet high in protein, the results showed that ingesting additional protein before sleep helped with overnight muscle growth.
This study used a supplement that was 27.5 g protein, 15 g carbohydrate, and 0.1 g fat, but an earlier study from 2012 found similar results when participants ingested just 20 g of high-quality protein (casein) before going to sleep.
While frivolous night time snacking can lead to overeating, if you take a more targeted approach by eating a little protein just before bed, you may be able increase your muscle mass while you sleep.
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