Showing posts with label advice. Show all posts
Showing posts with label advice. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Gain Muscle Mass Fast: Effective Tips for Skinny Individuals

Building muscle mass can be a daunting task for individuals with a skinny frame. This comprehensive article provides evidence-based strategies to help skinny individuals gain muscle mass quickly and efficiently. In addition to information about the benefits of seed smoothies as a calorie and protein supplement, the article covers vital topics such as strength training, consuming calorie-dense, nutrient-rich foods, implementing progressive overload, ensuring adequate sleep and recovery, and considering protein supplementation. Furthermore, the article delves into the concept of caloric surplus, offers a handy calculator for total daily energy expenditure, and provides a practical workout schedule along with a calorie-dense and nutrient-rich food example guide.

Saturday, March 18, 2023

How much protein is 'actually' needed to gain muscle

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Protein is widely considered as the king of macronutrients in the muscle-building supplementation industry. While many supplements tout their benefits, protein remains the most popular and effective for muscle growth. But how much protein is truly necessary to achieve optimal muscle gains? This question has been a subject of debate among fitness and muscle hypertrophy enthusiasts, with various opinions and recommendations floating around. In this article, I’ll delve into the latest research on protein and muscle growth, exploring the different factors that influence protein requirements. I will also provide evidence-based recommendations on how much protein you need to consume to gain muscle mass.

Monday, January 22, 2018

Why you have to choose your training music wisely

Let's get straight to the point. What do you expect from the music you listen to while you train? Do you expect it to just keep you company? Or to motivate and energize your central nervous system for you to be able to 'feel' that rush of intense emotions? If it's the first, you're doing it wrong. If it's the second, you're doing it right! I'll tell you why.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

The importance of a resting period for muscle hypertrophy

Without an adequate resting period after a workout, the fact is, you won't see any real gains in muscle mass other than the temporarily increased size from inflammation (study). That's probably the main reason why you're trying "so hard" but can't see the muscles growing, aside from not having a correct diet and/or supplementation, or having a really small number of muscle fibers due to genetic factors, or a disease, or a syndrome (or the combination of these), which eventually brings you to the conclusion that you are a hard gainer, although that's probably not the case.