Bodybuilding Training Program For Building Muscle Mass

By Dane C. Fletcher

If your objective is to gain a little bit of weight in your body building endeavor, the only thing you have to do is to open your mouth a little bit more. This does not mean you order a bushel of your favorite junk right away. We are building not destroying your body. Remember?

Majority of body builders have a fast metabolism due to a hyperactive lifestyle. As such, any body builder who wants to add some slabs on the frame and push the weight machine needle a little bit high must be very cautious about the net food intake. The objective should be increasing the number of meals and their quality so as to give the body some more fiber and carbs. How can that be done, in basic terms? This way, please.

Increase calorie intake in the diet to begin with. Ensure that each meal has high quantities of carbohydrates and animal proteins. However, don’t just eat and eat, rather spread these evenly across the whole day. Stop eating 2-3 square meals in a day and break them up to 7-8 meals to ensure that the nutrients are not depleted fully at any one time. The body should be having some readily available nutrients at all time during the day and this also improves digestion and absorption efficiencies.

Make the diet fiber rich and ensure that you never eat a meal without high fiber levels. Fiber is very important I a diet essentially because it eases off the digest transit otherwise called transport of digested nutrients. If the transport of digest allows you to consume a little bit more and more regularly. High content fiber ensures that you don’t have the bloated feeling after meals and also ensures that the digestive organs are kept cleaner and uncongested.

At this point it is important that you don’t confuse or mistake high calorie meals with fatty foods. Avoid totally any type of food with high levels of concentrated fats like burgers and the pizzas because even if the have high calories levels, they constitute far too much saturated fats. Even without considering the health risks associated with saturates, this type of weight if accumulated, makes you look worse than being skinny.

Also remember that if you eat and fail to exercise adequately, the weight gain might become a disaster. Increase of frequency and quantity of dietary nutrients should be accompanied by corresponding exercise intensity. This will make the weight gained to be converted into solid muscle fibers and tissues rather than fats kept under the skin or adjacent to body organs. With an adequately high powered diet and correct exercises’ ratio, a body builder will accumulate a healthy weight and that which is awesome to look at. Don’t get fat, grow big.

It is important that you assign yourself adequate rest periods after workouts. A day off after two weeks of workouts helps keep the body building venture motivated. Without brakes, the program becomes a chore soon loathed and unappreciated.

Dane Fletcher is the world’s most prolific bodybuilding and fitness expert and is currently the executive editor for BodybuildingToday.com. If you are looking for more bodybuilding tips or information on weight training, or supplementation, please visit www.BodybuildingToday.com, the bodybuilding and fitness authority site with hundreds of articles available FREE to help you meet your goals.

Leave a Reply