Fasted training is some of the biggest bro science bullshit in cycling.
What are you talking about. Where are the studies? Where is the proof. Team sky is trying to sell you their sponsors protein supplement.
I will take the advise of medically proven journals from doctors, not these joke nutritionists that some of these teams have.
if you want to ignore medical journals and the most up to date studies in the medical community go ahead
Wrong. Try again. The only one posting bro science and BS is you.
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