Gain Mini-Course Part 1:
Eating to Gain Mass
For so many people, the only real 'weight problem' is about losing it.
If you have trouble gaining weight, you're shrugged off as another fussy
eater. 'You're so lucky!' They'll tell you patronizingly. 'All you have
to do is eat!'
is, no one will ever gain muscle without food. Dieting for muscle gain
is simply a matter of eating.
You must eat more calories than your body burns off.
I say eat, I do not mean just anything. All calories are not created equal.
In other words, some types of calories are not equal to others for gaining
muscle. For example, if I said that you need to eat 2,000 calories per
day to gain weight, and you eat 4 bags of potato chips each day, do you
think you would gain muscle? Not likely.
of your weight would be fat. Why? Because potato chips, like most processed
junk food, contains empty, totally nutritionless calories. These foods
promote accelerated fat storage, and do not provide you with the correct
nutrient breakdown essential for gaining muscle.
protein, which the body breaks down into amino acids, should be the center
point of all your meals. Intense exercise increases demand for amino acids,
which support muscle repair and growth. When you train with weights, you
should eat a minimum of 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight. So,
for example, if you weight 100 lbs., you should be eating at least 100
grams of protein per day. You also must have protein at every meal.
your body to actually assimilate and use the all the calories you will
ingest, you have to reduce your meal size and increase your meal frequency.
Splitting your calories into smaller, more frequent portions will enable
food absorption and utilization of nutrients. I always eat six meals each
day, evenly spaced out at three-hour intervals. My goal is to provide
my body with constant nourishment throughout the day.
have to have carbs or fat at every meal, but you must have protein. When
I say protein, I am referring to high quality protein derived from animal
sources. Soy protein, tofu and bean curd have their place, but for getting
bigger and stronger, the only protein you need to be concerned with are
those found in whey, casein (cottage cheese), eggs, beef, poultry, and
High Protein Foods
Fish (tuna, salmon)
Soy protein Isolate
(baked, fries, hash browns)
Sweet Potatoes, yams
Oatmeal, cream of wheat, cream of rice
Any green leafy vegetable
All cereals (hot or cold)
A Sample Mass Diet
provides 2,440 calories, 234g of protein, 182g of carbs and 81g of fat:
-- Meal 1
Myoplex, 1 tsp flaxseed oil
432 calories, 42g of protein, 25g of carbs, 14g of fat
-- Meal 2
4 Whole Eggs w/ 1 cup of hash browns
440 calories, 28g of protein, 36g of carbs, 20g of fat
-- Meal 3
6 oz. chicken breast with 1/2 cup of rice
319 calories, 50g of protein, 23g of carbs, 7g of fat
-- Meal 4
4 whole eggs in a flour tortilla w/salsa
367 calories, 24g of protein, 17g of carbs, 20g of fat
-- Meal 5
Myoplex, 1tsp flaxseed oil
432 calories, 42g of protein, 25g of carbs, 14g of fat
-- Meal 6
6 oz grilled tuna with large baked potato, 1 cup of veggies 450 calories,
of protein, 56g of carbs, 6g of fat
the right amount of foods consistently will force your body to grow beyond
what you may think possible.
me? Just take a look at some current results from these simple but effective
just wanted to let you know that after 13 weeks on your program I have
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Dinesh P., Oregon
the past ten weeks I have gained about 22 pounds, the majority of it
being muscle. My thighs, back, chest, and even shoulders have made considerable
gains, enough to be noticed by people who see me everyday.'
Mike G., Iowa
These are a very small sample of the hundreds of UNSOLICITED testimonials
that I receive regularly from users of my unique weight gain program.
results vary, and will usually depend on your consistency and commitment
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Mass! Program contains the complete diet and training program
I used to gain 32lbs of mass. It contains 24 weeks of mass diets that
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