The Carb Cycling meal plan is meant to match the body’s need for fuel based on training need. The week revolves around individual training sessions and is spilt into three categories based on intensity of the workout. High carbohydrate days would correspond with intense activity in the gym. Your body will utilize those carbs for glycogen to fuel your muscles. Moderate carbohydrate days are for days where workouts are less intense and may target specific body parts. Muscle glycogen stores are still maintained. Low carbohydrate days are meant for low intensity or rest days. These days are meant to switch the body’s fuel source to fat as opposed to carbohydrate.
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