I want people to realize bodybuilders are athletes. We have a very meticulous philosophy on how we are able to gain muscle and lose fat simultaneously.
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Bulking is the process of building new muscle mass through a combination of training and nutrition. It’s empowering and rewarding, but it can be daunting if you’ve never done it before.
In order to arm you with the knowledge you need to approach a bulking, or muscle-building, phase successfully, this article is going to address the following questions:
To make the most of a bulking phase, I recommend you start with this article and run a Kickstart Phase.
When you’re done, come back to this bulking guide and keep reading.
It’s time to put some muscle on.
Every project is an opportunity to learn, to figure out problems and challenges, to invent and reinvent.
So, you’re on board with the idea of tracking your calories and macros to gain muscle and lose fat.
You read my “Macros 101” article and learnt how to set your nutritional targets.
You started tracking and saw some good results.
But then, a few weeks in, you think you’ve hit a plateau.
And now you’re wondering, “Do I need to change anything?”
To be honest with you, tweaking a client’s macros or calories is usually my last port of call.
Often, a much more effective solution is to review your approach to tracking. After all, you haven’t been doing it for that long, so you may have yet to master some tips and tricks to make this system truly work for you.
In this article, I’m going to share five tracking hacks that always help my clients overcome their first plateau.
If you’re ready to master tracking, keep reading.
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