Nutrition for Building Muscle
Training is the stimulus for muscle growth but nutrition is what provides the necessary nutrients for that to happen. It’s pretty simple. You have to eat enough to gain weight slowly and make sure you eat about 1g of protein per pounds of bodyweight per day.
In this section, we've compiled videos, articles and other resources for you to learn how to set and adjust your nutrition for muscle growth.
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RECENT NUTRITION FOR MUSCLE ARTICLES
In recent years “broscience” has been losing ground to good information. Protein shakes in the locker room? Only a few guys still do that. Morning fasted cardio to lose belly fat? Almost nobody does that anymore. In 2006 a fat loss plan would look like this: Small meals every two hours, chicken breast and broccoli,…Click Here to Read More
Before we get started I want to make it clear that eating or avoiding these foods doesn’t make that much of a difference. We’re at that point in the series where we’re addressing the details, the icing on the cake. If you have the basics in place, what we addressed in the first 4 episodes,…Click Here to Read More
Dieting is notorious for its testosterone lowering abilities. And usually, the bigger the calorie deficit, the bigger the drop in testosterone. The most extreme example are natural bodybuilders. When they step on stage at under 5% body fat, they usually experience near castrate testosterone levels. Why this happens is fairly simple: when you don’t eat…Click Here to Read More
Testosterone levels in American men have been steadily declining over the last two decades. The reasons for this decline are still unclear, but it seems that your grandfather had about 50% more testosterone than you do at your age. The most common symptoms of low testosterone are: Reduced sex drive and libido Low energy and…Click Here to Read More
According to this infographic the top 5 favorite foods of Americans are: Burger and Fries, Cookies, Pizza, Ice Cream, and Donuts. I’d say that’s pretty accurate. These are probably some of your favorites as well. I know they are definitely in my top 15 and I eat them often. But these darn delicious foods have a problem: they contain…Click Here to Read More
This post is copied word for word from my new (still unreleased) fat loss program! I wanted to give you a taste of it before the launch. Here we go! The Benefits of Eating just Enough Protein, not More You may have noticed that the protein intake I recommend is lower than most fitness people…Click Here to Read More