Muscle Building All Starts With The Diet

Is nutrition a part of your muscle building plan? I hope so because nutrition is probably THE most important part of your muscle building aspirations.

You see the body is a machine. And like any machine, it needs fuel. The fuel in this case is calories. Calories come from food and they are responsible for supplying the body with energy.

Without enough energy there is not going to be any growth. This will seriously sabotage your muscle building plan for quite a long time.

However, this is normally not the problem for most people. Most lifters usually have the problem of taking in too many calories. More calories will certainly build plenty of muscle. But it will also build a lot of fat as well.

Where It All Goes Wrong

Whats the use of exercising if you are just going to get fat?

The key thing to have is a “clean” bulk. This is where you take in plenty of calories without putting on a ton of fat.

Also nutrients are very important as well. Without taking in the right nutrients, your body’s growth will be greatly hindered.

Most Lifters tragically aim instead for the “dirty” bulk, which makes you get very fat in the winter months.

A dirty bulk may be easier to implement but it will surely make your life much tougher in the future.

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced lifter in the iron game, there is something for everyone to learn.

Beginners will learn some seriously valuable information to help them make gains.

Advanced lifters will learn neat little tricks to help sharpen their skills.

So watch this video and be sure to give it a thumbs up if you like it!

Thanks!

P.S. If you like these videos, be sure to check out these other nutrition articles I wrote: https://barbellscholar.com/category/n…


Tony G
Tony G

Anthony is a fan of all things gym related. Growing up very overweight and out of shape, Anthony whipped himself into shape and stunned his entire community becoming a "fitness guru". Tony then set his sights on strength sports (Weightlifting/Powerlifting/Strongman) and learned all about body mechanics, mobility work and injury prevention. Tony found his true love in the strength sports, particularly Olympic Weightlifting. He earned a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from Fitchburg State University in Exercise and Sports Science. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the NSCA.

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