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.
RECENT NUTRITION FOR MUSCLE ARTICLES
At the end of the interview we did on muscle growth, Eric mentioned that he sometimes has his clients reduce their protein intake. Greg has also reduced his protein intake lately so he was curious to learn Eric’s opinion on what the optimum protein intake is. Their discussion was so useful, I had to post it as a…Click Here to Read More
As we were talking about training for muscle growth Eric mentioned how slow muscle growth gets for advanced lifters. From that point the discussion naturally transitioned into talking about what your natural genetic potential for muscle growth is. Eric studied this subject extensively, wrote about it, and talked about it in several videos. In this video he…Click Here to Read More
I’ve been a fan of Eric’s work for a long time and it was an absolute joy to finally have the chance to talk with him! Greg also joined us for this talk which made it twice as good! Here were my questions: 1:23 – Is there a default setup of intensity, volume and frequency that naturally…Click Here to Read More
Is eating before your workout important? Do you need to eat immediately after working out? The most extensive and conclusive information on nutrient timing I ever found was these two meta-analyses by Alan Aragon and Brad Schoenfeld: The effect of protein timing on muscle strength and hypertrophy: a meta-analysis Nutrient timing revisited: is there a post-exercise…Click Here to Read More
I want this video and article to help you avoid making the mistakes I did when lean bulking. We’re going to talk about: How much weight should you gain per month depending on your training status. And why gaining strength without weight may be a good thing sometimes How to track your weight accurately How do you…Click Here to Read More
So I got a question a few weeks ago about carb cycling for fat loss and I decided to address this subject now. My short answer is this: I believe carb cycling is unnecessary. It doesn’t lead to better fat loss or improved training performance while cutting. I think you’d do much better if you eat…Click Here to Read More