These are the 9 best diet-related tips and tricks to bulk up fast. If you're a skinny guy trying to build muscle this video will help you understand what foods to eat and how much of them to eat to gain muscle mass faster. You can experience muscle-building progress on a weekly basis if you're following the right diet designed to build muscle without gaining fat.
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Building muscle and Bulking up is something that I personally struggled with and spent a lot of time working on. And if there's one thing that you'll learn pretty quickly about packing on size it's the fact that it's much harder than most people think. very few people anticipate just how difficult sticking to a proper bulking diet plan can be. And without following the right diet guidelines it doesn't matter how hard you're working out you're just going to be spinning your wheels wasting your time. So I have 9 unique tips for those of you that are looking to consistently pack on muscle and bulk up faster.
And the very first tip is to get used to feeling stuffed in the same way that you would have to accept sometimes feeling hungry if you were cutting calories. Now I know this may not sound very complex but I would say that this is the number one reason that will prevent most people from bulking up. Most people stop eating when they start feeling full. If they're still full a few hours later when they're supposed to eat a meal they'll just skip that meal. This would be equivalent to following a fat loss plan where every time you got hungry you would just add a meal. Obviously, that would knock you out of your calorie deficit and prevent fat loss. So the point is that if you want to bulk up and you want to do it fast you will have to get used to the discomfort that comes with eating when you truly just don't want to eat anymore. And there's really no way around that stuffed feeling if you're creating your calorie surplus with the right foods. So what I mean by that, is anyone can just add a bunch of sugar to their diet and jack up their calories. But if you're following a proper bulking plan, instead of having your carbs come from sugar your carbs are going to be coming from things like brown rice sweet potatoes yams, and oatmeal. All of these carbohydrate sources contain far more muscle-building nutrients than something like sugar but they're also all much more filling. So taking in 300 to 400 grams of carbs per day is actually very challenging when you're doing it with healthy muscle building carbohydrates sources and that's why there's really no way around feeling stuffed and you have to actually accept that and grind through the unpleasant feelings that come with feeling stuffed if you want to consistently continue bulking.
And since we're talking about carbs another thing you should do is drastically increase your carb consumption. Protein gets almost all the credit when it comes to building muscle,, but carbs are almost equally as important because to build anything especially muscle it requires a lot of energy.. unfortunately, a lot of people are either afraid of carbs or they just don't realize how many carbohydrates it takes to bulk up. You don't one of these people because There are many advantages to having a high carb diet when bulking. First of all, it'll increase your strength and power output during your weight lifting sessions. Weight lifting is considered an anaerobic activity. And the anaerobic energy pathway is primarily driven by glycogen which is then broken down and stored form of carbohydrates. So eating more carbs will help you lift heavier weights which will lead to more muscle growth. The other benefit of a high carb diet is that it has a protein-sparing effect. This is important because You want the protein that you're eating throughout the day to be used to rebuild and grow you're broken down muscles. You don't want your body using that protein for energy and having a high carb diet helps you stay in an anabolic muscle building mode by using carbs to supply your body the energy it needs while sparing protein so it can be used to build muscle. A moderate to high carb diet will also positively effect muscle-building hormones like testosterone and reduce hormones that prevent muscle growth like cortisol. So bottom makes sure you're eating enough carbs, this can range anywhere from 4 to 7 grams of carbs per kilogram of bodyweight depending on several variable factors like your metabolism and …
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2. "Recent evidence suggests that whole-food protein sources may contain micronutrients that can further augment the MPS response"