Large muscles require tremendous efforts in both the gym and the kitchen. Most recreational weight lifters do not fully understand the dedication and discipline it takes to drastically improve their body composition. Adequate intake of protein is an important component necessary for muscle repair and growth-without protein to fuel your body, the trainee only infinite breaking down old muscle tissue while never making progress. To avoid this, a good nutrition plan-Massive Eating
About Massive Eating
Massive Eating is a nutritional strategy invented by Dr. John Berardi, Ph. D., for both recreational weightlifters and bodybuilders. Dr. Berardi is a nutritionist and biochemist from Canada who works with a wide range of clients, ranging from professional athletes to recreational lifters. The idea behind Massive Eating is easy-to gain muscle mass, the body’s positive energy balance (which means consuming more calories than it expends). But when gaining weight, some fat gain is inevitable, just like while losing weight some muscle loss is inevitable. Finding the right balance between muscle and fat gain or loss, makes Massive Eating following recommendation: never use high levels of carbohydrates and high level of fat in the same meal. Just eat either protein and carb meals or protein and fat meals. This will reduce the risk that your body stores intake of calories as fat
After Massive Eating
To follow Massive Eating plan, you must :. Aim for at least 1 gram of protein per kilogram of body weight per day, with 1. 5 grams optimal. Consume at least six meals a day, divided equally between protein and fat and protein and carb meals. Limit carbohydrates to natural carb sources where possible fruits, vegetables, oats, sweet potatoes and some whole grains. Fats should be split between animal fats, natural fats (like from avocado or coconuts) and oils (fish, flax, olive, coconut and macadamia nut).
Even Massive Eating is supposed to be a protein-based weight gain diet, the basic idea is also used to release the body fat while muscles. Whether your goal is weight gain or loss, review progress every two weeks using both the weight and the mirror. If you are gaining or losing at a satisfactory rate (around one to two pounds a week), keep calories constant. If you do not win or lose at this rate, increase or decrease daily calories by 200 per day, reconsiders again after another two weeks. Constant adjustments while following the basic model will take you directly to your destination.