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Eating To Build Muscle But Not Fat

Ectomorph Workout Skinny Guy Training Hacks To Build Muscle Faster Increase Strength

Yo, what's going on guysé Troy here with WeightGainNetwork .Tonight I am going to be watching my Oklahoma City Thunder win the series against the GoldenState Warriors. I don't know if you guys know this about me, but I am a huge basketballfan. My Oklahoma City Thunder are finally not choking in the playoffs. They're up threegames to one against the Golden State Warriors, who had the best record in NBA history thisseason. I'm calling it right now, they're going to win the championship, so hopefullyI don't curse them on YouTube right now, but they're going to steamroll the Cleveland Cavaliersin the championship. That is my bold prediction. I'm a diehard basketball fan. Literally theonly TV that I watch the entire year is the

NBA playoffs, so I am pumped to watch themtake home the Western Conference tonight. I'm also really excited because I just boughtthat yacht right over there. I don't know if you guys know this, but I make millionsof dollars making these YouTube tutorials for you guys, so thank you all for watching andhelping me realize my dreams. I'm going to actually start filming tutorials from that yacht.I think we're setting sail for France and probably Australia after that, so I'm goingto go on a really cool world tour, so I invite you guys in in my life. That is the officialWeight Gain Network yacht right over there. Today, what I want to dive into are ectomorphworkout tips. As you guys might know a quote

unquote ectomorph is a naturally skinny guy.I myself, way back in the day, was like 80 pounds. Actually a little more than that.One time I was 80 pounds, but I outgrew that and as I was a freshman and sophomore in highschool I was about 130 pounds, now I'm like 195 � 200. I've had to try every singlelittle trick in the book. These workout tips to increase muscle and increase strength,they are things that I've actually implemented into my life in the last few months. I kindof hit a plateau and I really had to assess what I'm doing with my workouts, what I'mdoing with my nutrition and how I can overcome that plateau. I've made some really big changesto my training just in the last couple weeks.

I wanted to share them with you guys becauseif you guys are at a plateau, you're trying to increase your strength, you're trying tobuild more muscle mass, I think these are going to be really powerful. My first workouttip is my new workout split that I'm on right now. I was doing a bunch of different workoutsplits. I know I've had a lot of different tutorials talking about these workout splits.I did the insane squat and biceps challenge, where I was hitting my squats, hitting mybiceps every single day for 30 straight days. I had a little bit of growth. I've definitelyimproved my squat a ton. My arms are definitely leaner, but I was trying to think about whatmy most developed muscle group was and what

my least developed muscle group was. I wouldsay my traps, my chest and my shoulders are way ahead of all the other parts of my body.How I've been training them for the last couple of years is I just hit them really hard oneto two times a week. The muscle groups I think are the least developed, I think I've actuallybeen training the most. Just studying what a lot of fitness models do and a lot of theguys with the best physique in the world do, I decided to completely change out my workoutregimen. What I'm doing especially for my biceps and my triceps to try to jack up myarms is I'm only allowed to work them out one time per week, but during this one workoutI have to do 40 sets, so I literally script

out like an insane workout for biceps andtriceps and then the entire workout, I don't deadlift before, I don't do squats, I don'tdo benchpress, I don't do any other activity that's going to drain me physically. I focusall my energy and intensity on that one muscle group. I literally did like a 43set bicepworkout last week Monday and then I did it this week Monday and my biceps are more sorethan they've been in over two years, so just putting more overload, more intensity, moretraining volume and all of these different exercises that go into a 42set bicep workout,I feel like I'm going to make more progress on my arms over the next few months than Iprobably have in the last year to year and

Muscle Building Diet Tip Build Muscle Without Fat

Hey what's up guys, Sean Nalewanyj here, BodyTransformationTruth .I just wanted to post this one today as sort of a “quick tip� tutorial, I might startthrowing these in here and there along with the more comprehensive tutorials that I do, buttoday's tip is basically this: if you have made the decision to start a bulking phaseand you're committed to putting on a decent amount of muscle, always make sure to structureyour diet cautiously and conservatively at the start. Meaning, don't make any sudden,dramatic increases in your total calorie intake right off the bat, but instead always startoff slowly and gradually taper your calories up until you land in the proper muscle buildingrange for yourself. The reason being that

any time you try to put on a significant amountof muscle, you're always going to gain some body fat along with it as well, and, fat gainis basically a one way street. Meaning, if you're in a bulking phase, whatever fatyou happen to gain during that cycle is going to stay with you and it isn't going anywhereuntil you decide to go in the opposite direction and cut – because remember, for most people,building muscle and losing fat at the same time to any significant degree just isn'tgoing to be realistic. So if you do what a lot of guys do and just decide, you know,my goal is to gain muscle so I'm just going to start eating a ton of food every day withoutreally tracking anything, I just need to “eat

big to get big�, and you end up puttingon an excessive amount of fat in a relatively short period of time at the start, it'sreally just going to end up throwing your entire bulking phase off track both physicallyand mentally. Physically because you'll obviously be carrying more body fat than you'dlike and you probably won't be happy with how you look, and mentally because you'llknow that, again, fat gain is a one way street and if you want to keep gaining muscle thenyou're actually going to end up gaining even more body fat as you move forward. AndI see this all the time where guys basically yoyo back and forth – they try to bulkbut they do it too aggressively so they get

too fat, they switch back to a cutting phasebut since they haven't really gained a lot of muscle in the first place since they didn'tbulk for long enough, they really just end up spinning their wheels and not making anyreal meanginful progress. Remember, your body can only build a limited amount of musclein any given day anyway, so cramming your face with more and more food really isn'thelping the process, and you'll be much better off to just maintain a small to moderatecalorie surplus and focus on making lean muscle gains while keeping body fat gains to a minimum.So, again, start off slowly. Find your calorie maintenance level which is the number of caloriesthat you require each day to maintain your

current weight, and there are a lot of possiblecalculations that you can use to do this and keep in mind that they're really all justrough estimates because you really can't know for sure since everyone has a differentphysical makeup and different activity level, but if you want the most basic and just thesimplest way to do this, then just multiply your body weight by between 1416 and go higheror lower depending on your activity level, and from there, just increase it by a smallamount, maybe 200 to 250 calories at the start. From there, track your changes in body weight,see how it affects you and then gradually increase your calories until you're gainingsomewhere around half a pound up to maybe

1 pound of total body weight per week maximumdepending on you experience level, this is generally a good guideline for most peopleto go by. Taking the slow and steady approach will still allow you to gain muscle at ornear your maximum potential anyway, but it will also keep fat gains under control, andit's just a much better long term approach for gaining muscle and preventing that counterproductive“yo yo� approach that ends up throwing so many lifters off track. So thanks for watchingthis tutorial, I hope you found the information useful here today, make sure to like, commentand subscribe if you found the information helpful, you can also get instant access tomy complete Body Transformation Blueprint

Gain Muscle Without Fat 3 Simple Tips

Hey, this is Sean Nalewanyj, of EliteImpactLabs .And today, I want to give you three really good tips for minimizing fat gains duringa bulking cycle. Now, despite what you might have read in the magazines or on the forumsor in other articles online, you are realistically not going to build muscle and burn fat atthe same time. If you want to add a serious amount of muscle to your frame in the shortesttime possible, you're always going to end up adding some body fat in the process. Now,this is simply the way the process works. And if you truly want to travel any real distancein the bulking direction, you just have to accept this. Gaining muscle requires a surplusof calories. But having 100% of those calories

diverted to muscle growth is just not goingto happen. A certain amount of it will always end up in your fat stores. So, while gainingmuscle without gaining any fat is most likely not going to happen. Here are three tips tohelp you keep those fat gains at an absolute minimum. So, tip number one is to use a precisecalorie surplus. You know, your body can only synthesize a limited amount of muscle tissuein a given day. You do need a surplus of calories to support muscle growth, but aimlessly stuffingmore food down in your throat in an effort to super charge your muscle gains is a greatway to get fat quickly. Instead, stick to a calorie surplus that provides preciselywhat your body needs to maximize muscle growth

without any unnecessary excess. A great guidelinefor this is to follow a surplus of 15% to 20% above your calorie maintenance level.So, if you require 2,500 calories per day to maintain your current weight, you'd aimfor 2,875 to 3,000 calories per day to build muscle. And I'll link you to a calorie customizationcalculator and a free set of meal plans at the end of this tutorial. Tip number two is tomake sure you're implementing a proper weight training program. In an overall sense, theprocess of building muscle is pretty straightforward. You train intensely in the gym to triggerthe body's muscle building mechanism, and then you consume a surplus of calories inthe form of high quality protein, carbohydrates

and fats. And if all goes to plan, most ofthat surplus will be diverted to building new muscle. But what happens if your workoutplan is no goodé I mean, this could be due to any number of things. Maybe you're nottraining intensely enough, maybe your training volume is insufficient, maybe your form isterrible, or maybe you're just choosing the wrong exercises. Whatever the reason, a poorlyexecuted training plan is a recipe for some serious excess fat gains, because in thiscase, all you end up with is a calorie surplus that has nowhere to go except for your fatstores. If you want to gain muscle without the excessive fat, then you need to make surethat you're fully activating your body's muscle

building response through an intelligentlyimplemented workout plan. And I'll also link you to a properly structured weight trainingroutine at the end of this tutorial as well. And tip number three is to implement someextra cardio. While too much cardio can definitely have a negative impact on your muscle gains,two to three sessions a week is a good way to minimize fat gains during a bulking phase.Now, any form of cardio will provide benefits. But for the best results, I'd recommend stickingto high intensity, low duration sessions using intervals. These types of sessions are typicallyin the range of 10 to 20 minutes. And they alternate between periods of high intensityand low intensity. High intensity interval

training cardio stimulates greater fat losswhile sparing more lean muscle tissue than the low intensity cardio does. So, to recapthese three points, number one, stick to a calorie surplus no higher than 15% to 20%above your maintenance level. Step number two; make sure you're following a properlystructured weight training program. And step number three; add in two to three sessionsof high intensity interval training per week. Following these simple tips will help youbuild new muscle mass each week, while keeping body fat gains at an absolute minimum. Anotherquick tip to control body fat levels is through a proper supplementation plan. By using thecorrect compounds and the right (focus in)

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