Lets look at the science. Athletes who fast or are tempted to fast during workouts operate on the belief that the calories in ergogenic aides simply supplement the calories eaten during the rest of the day and thereby increase the days total calorie intake. But this is not the case. Studies have shown that when athletes consume carbohydrate during exercise, they eat less during the rest of the day. So by using a sports drink or whatever during workouts you get the advantage of better performance without the disadvantage of increased total daily calorie intake. RELATED: Fuel Up: What The Elites Eat The other fear that lies behind the choice to restrict carbohydrate intake during workouts is the fear that doing so reduces the amount of fat burned during the workout.
10. Goldman Sachs Interbrand rank: 48
Number of employees: 32,600
Revenue: $36.8 billion
Net income: $4.4 billion
The image of Goldman Sachs has taken a hit in the last few years following several high- profile controversies. These included a Senate committee finding that the bank bet against collateralized-debt obligations it sold to clients, allegations that Goldman masked Greek debt, and a highly publicized resignation letter in the New York Times by now former executive Greg Smith. Still, the firm is generally regarded as the most prestigious on Wall Street. High compensation is certainly an appeal of the largest banks, Goldman Sachs pays its employees the most.
Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey made minor progress Tuesday in his recovery from a badly sprained foot. He wore cleats and was given a helmet for the final practice of the week but was officially listed among the players who did not participate. Per the league’s injury view reporting guidelines, that designation is for players who do not take any repetitions in team drills. Bailey did limited work in individual drills in the early portion of practice that was open to the media.