Dr. Berardi goes on to question that if you eat a meal containing 30g of protein and 95% of the protein is digested and absorbed through the intestinal mucosa, does that mean if you ate less protein, 100% would have been absorbed and if you ate more protein only 90% would be absorbed? Not at all, he claims. If you ate less protein, the time this protein sits in the GI tract would be shorter and fewer enzymes would be released so you'd probably digest and absorb 95%. And if you ate more protein, the time that this protein sits in the GI tract would be longer and more enzymes would be released so you'd probably digest and absorb about 95% of the protein.
so i just done mondays workout, i thought it wud be the hardest thing ever, but tbh, it wasnt too bad, these programmes of professional bodybuilders are CAREFULLY created to hit different muscles groups, even different parts of a particular muscle, hence why you shouldnt end up overtraining if you do this workout like some people may think. i done mondays workout, after being exhausted from doin my back i was suprised i was able to do biceps quite easily, then after that i thought i had nothing left, hit the shoulders, and i could go full throttle.