Day 2 (Vegan Bodybuilding Smoothie) – Pre and Post Workout Bodybuilding Nutrition

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Here’s one of my Pre- & Post- Workout Vegan Smoothie Recipe that I go over in the video. I also go over the rationale of the ingredients in the smoothie to build muscle and recover fast.

Pre- & Post- Workout Vegan Smoothie Recipe

A lot of broccoli
A whole lotta tomatoes
A whole lotta lettuce
Water

Optional (not used in this one)
Protein powder
Creatine
Almond/Coconut milk

My previous video goes over my entire workout.

Follow me day by day as I go from being out of shape to fitness photo shoot ready. I’ll show you step by step how easy it is to transform your body by showing you how easily I transform mine on a 100% vegan diet.

You can learn the principles of successfully building muscle on a vegan diet in more detail here:
http://VeganMuscleBook.com

You can also listen to my free podcast on iTunes here:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/vegan-body-revolution-thomas/id568914430#

Thanks for watching, and thanks in advance for subscribing and commenting. My future videos are based on your feedback! Much appreciated and much love!

-Thomas Tadlock

Comments

ghymharve gallardo says:

I have done this too and I’m thinking to go back on making smoothies but I
was afraid I might lose some muscle, but thanks to you anyway, I’m going to
lessen my fish and chicken meat intake. Thanks man. :)

ghymharve gallardo says:

oh, btw, I like your recipes because I’m not into so much fruit like other
girls do. I’m okay with a decent amount of citrus and bananas but I’m into
leafy green 🙂 Thanks again.

cgavin1 says:

This seems like a really good way to ingest huge quantities of pesticide
residue. At least cooking aids in removing those aspects of modern farmed
vegetables. Organic doesn’t mean organic either (sadly). Re: not being able
to shift the last few pounds of fat on vegan I completely empathise with
that. TBH the only thing that works for me is fasting and carb cycling
when/if my metabolism gets that retentive. Sounds insane but a day or two a
week with 500 cals works wonders for energy levels, mental acuity and even
digestion.

Tribies says:

Sure you can do all that if you are super intense, but for regular people
that can’t just throw money around for super efficient products when vegan
it is quite hard, I have been on a workout for 2 months while on my vegan
diet but it takes just as much time for me as it take for anyone else. I
lost a lot of body fat really fast, then I started building muscles and
weight again, now am I am on a healthy 75 kilo on my 177cm body with good
muscles and I am strong as hell, but I do not have those abs on my stomach
due to my body’s fat reluctance, my body wont let go of some fat before
others have been let loose so I guess for me it can’t be done in a short
time like that since my own body wont allow my fat to leave me before it
feels ready, and I do believe that is the case for very many people. All in
all I love your videos and I love that you are a vegan, hell not many
people try to promote their veganism when body building. Thumps for you!
PS. Been vegan for a long time.

Khaleesi00 says:

He looks like Dwayne Johnson ”The Rock”

oeawan janmanee says:

It would be a shame for you not to bulk up when average people accomplish
it so easily with Ready Set Ripped (go google it).

Rajesh Kumar says:

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Ripped to find out.

Ciny Cinetti says:

3:21 “you get it?” soooo cute ^^
by the way, i think videos that you do are awesome, just keep goin’ , like
like like ;)

tamcon72 says:

This must blow the minds of people that think you need to bolt down animal
protein post-workout. Heh. 🙂

Rob Sutton says:

Drink raw vegan veggies with some veggie omega 3’s during the day. Blood
sugar will be very low and consistent meaning you will have steady supply
of insulin AND highly insulin sensitive. High insulin sensitivity means you
can be jacked 24/7 pretty much. Exercise is one way to activate insulin
sensitivity. That is why the fat and bloated guys get jacked in the gym.
Consume all your fruit at night on an empty stomach to restore all your
glycogen stores to the liver. Sleep like a baby.

Thomas Tadlock says:

You are welcome Tonya Knox!

Heath Hampton says:

I have questions for you? I am 6’7 I am a vegetarian and I am 18 years old.
I play college basketball and i am about 200lbs slim so I am lite and i
need to gain more protein and I cant eat the meat it make me sick because I
haven’t meat in so long and I want the living food and i have done so many
research about how to gain weight and gain MUSCLE,,,, HOW? HELP ME!!

BryanP108 says:

Cool thanks for the info 🙂

Tonya Knox says:

thanks

Thomas Tadlock says:

Start chugging these smoothies down 3 times a day.

Thomas Tadlock says:

You’re so welcome my friend.

Rob Sutton says:

The hardest part is resisting that early morning carb up. By thinking slow
and low it means you will have a steady supply of nutrients through the
day. Early in the morning the body is screaming for sugars. If you start
off with greens and fats you will gradually ease the body into the day.
This will steadily build reserves. Also by not working out every day you
can recover much better. It is hard to resist doing it but rest even for
vegans is important. Muscle doesn’t grow in the gym.

Fred says:

I am a type 2 diabetic. I started working out since over a month to reduce
weight and sugar. I am taking homeopathy. My BS fasting was around 220-240
when I started working out and has come down to 130-140ish. Drinking the
vegan juice can bring down the sugar levels drastically? Is it safe to
workout post that as low sugar level can make one pass out. I workout at 6
am on an empty stomach. I do take a pre-workout supplement to give me some
boost. it has not increased my levels. Any suggestion?

Thomas Tadlock says:

Thanks Rob, that’s pretty much what I do to the letter.

Fred says:

I am a type 2 diabetic. I started working out since over a month to reduce
weight and sugar. I am taking homeopathy. My BS fasting was around 220-240
when I started working out and has come down to 130-140ish. Drinking the
vegan juice can bring down the sugar levels drastically? Is it safe to
workout post that as low sugar level can make one pass out. I workout at 6
am on an empty stomach. I do take a pre-workout supplement to give me some
boost. it has not increased my levels. Any suggestion?

Thomas Tadlock says:

It’s about a 6 on a scale of 10. I’ll make more smoothie videos.

Latonia Parker says:

Looks good

Thomas Tadlock says:

Probably!

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