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BUILDING MASS
There are 4 Key Components in gaining lean body mass:
They are:
1.Eat Lots of Good, Clean Food.
2. Work-Out Hard.
3. Supplement Properly.
4. Sleep Long.
Notice that I put "eating lots of good, clean food" at the top of the list. Let's face it, more Calories = more mass, period. To build muscle, it is imperative to have adequate calories to build with. This doesn't mean to rush to Burger King and order 10 Whoppers. LOL, you want good, clean calories, like those found in your basic, down-to-the-earth-type foods such as: Potatoes, Rice, Oatmeal, Beans, and Yams. Meals should not include much the following: dairy products, sugars, or fats. You need to try to break your daily caloric, protein, carbohydrate, and fat intake into 6 even meals. Meals should be spaced out by between 2-3 hours. It is important to check your bodyfat once a week. You should eat enough to gain about 1-2 pounds of muscle per week
Work-Out Hard
Intensity is the Ingredient that makes Muscle Soup. Training Hard Doesn't mean getting pissed and curl 150lbs with your body. It means to put a weight that you can honestly pump out some good, clean reps with strict form. Get your spotter to help you with a few extra reps. If you can get used to the "Pain of the Growth Zone", have your spotter spot you until he/she gets tired. The Intensity of this type of training is Awesome! You may also consider getting a personal trainer. When you look for a personal trainer, you should look for someone who: can help you workout with more intensity, do adequate cardio, and most importantly, eat and supplement properly.
Supplement Properly
If you are going to supplement, supplement properly. You should ingest approximately 1 to 2 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight each day. You should also eat a considerably large amount of calories. Remember though, that you should be getting most of…...

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