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Many competitors can relate to this scenario so I wanted to address some of the factors to consider when determining how much weight a competitor should gain in the offseason.
You just finished your last contest of a very successful contest season. A few days have passed and you are feeling lost. The food, training, cardio, posing, and other aspects of contest prep have taken up a large portion of your free time in the past months. Many competitors can relate to this scenario so I wanted to address some of the factors to consider when determining how much weight a competitor should gain in the offseason.
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Improve Your Muscle Building Diet Tip 1:Track Your Macros You've got to begin with the basics to rock your diet, that’s a given. So your first port of call is going to be weighing your food, tracking your macros and calories.
Step #1:Count your calories
Step #2:Buy a food scale
Step #3:Eliminate trace calories
3 Principles for Successful Fat Loss Everyone Should Know That’s right folks. No matter which method you choose or what diet cult you belong to you will have to obey this fundamental principle. But, we never count calories on the XYZ- diet! You don’t have to count calories to put get into a negative energy balance.
Does Beer Make You Fat and Ruin Your Gym Efforts? I have literally watched girls put down thousands of calories of sugary blended drinks (sugar + alcohol = Fat Gainz) and dudes throw down cases of beer to obtain the KRUNK.
#1:You have a high amount of bodyfat
#2:Your friends ask if you even still lift
#3:None of your clothes fit
1. Don’t drink your calories
2. Watch the condiments
3. Leave off the cheese
One of the reasons for diet failure is that people are unaware of how many calories they should be consuming. Each individual has a slightly slightly different caloric need depending upon age, gender, and activity level.
#1:Spinach Per Serving: 7 Calories, 0g Fat, 1g Carbs, 1g Protein
#2:Egg Whites Per Serving: 17 Calories, 0g Fat, 0g Carbs, 4g Protein
#3:Broccoli Per Serving: 50 Calories, 1g Fat, 10g Carbs, 4g Protein
“I can’t lose weight”
“I want to lose weight but I don’t know how to”
“I don’t have time to prepare my meals”