How to get HUGE!
If you want to increase muscle mass you need to eat, lift and add supplements. To be effective, you need to know your calorie in vs. calorie out ratio. Your caloric needs are determined by your age, gender, weight and activity level. Knowing your caloric needs makes it easier to determine food quantities, but dense calorie foods and foods high in good fats will be the go to foods. Ideal foods include nuts, avocados, coconut, seeds, fish and other foods with Omega 3’s.
Use exercise to jumpstart the muscle building process by focusing on big muscle groups and compound exercises. Squats, deadlifts, lunges, overhead presses, dips and seated rows are great ways to hit your large muscle groups. When you are lifting, focus on the contractions and good form rather than the amount of weight. You should only lift between 5 and 12 reps and only hit the same muscle group 2-3 times per week. It is also important to alter your exercise routine. Productive variations include drop sets, partial sets, cheat reps, forced reps, super sets, negative and pre-exhaust routines. As in any exercise program, listen to your body and rest when necessary.
Finally, use supplements to add quality calories. A great option is Super Heavyweight Gainer 1200. Super Heavyweight Gainer 1200 provides 4 essential tools to gaining mass. First, it contains fast-acting proteins such as double-filtered whey protein hydrolysate, whey protein concentrate, and egg albumen which helps keep muscle protein synthesis in the fast lane. Second, one serving mixed with water supplies over 100 gram of carbs which enough to recover ¼ of your muscle glycogen stores. Third, Super Heavyweight Gainer 1200 contains healthy fats such as MC, safflower, and canola which provides energy dense fuel and essential fatty acids to support overall health and anabolism. Finally, Super Heavyweight Gainer 1200 has 25 essential vitamins and minerals to boost your bodies conversion of calories into muscle mass.
Written by Jennifer Rendfrey