Learn how to build muscle. Muscle Building Nutrition For Skinny Guys
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Hey, what is up? I am just looking on my text messages. My buddy Arnel wants me to do a video addressing calories meal plans, carbohydrates, proteins, fats as a pro. Yes, I can do that for you. Arnel, no worries and I can hook up all you avid members with some muscle building advice, nutrition advice and I know exactly what it is like be to scrony and what it is like to have hard time being in a struggle and hard to gain or gaining muscle weight. So allow me to describe the sit over here and we go through some nutrition advice for a skinny guys who want to bulk up without drugs obviously and supplements. If you want to actually get a specific number and we are going to use a very generic formula. If you go to my website down here and check out the program, it comes with that what I call a metabolic calculator, which tells exactly how many calories you need to consume base on a lot of very unique personalize details about yourself. But if you just watching this now you want some quick info take your body weight multiply by 15 and you are going to get a number. That is the amount of calories you need per day to build more muscle, to gain muscle weight and that is a fairly generalized number. Some people will recommend taking your body weight multiply by 18 that is a little more aggressive and that is a fairly generic formula but it should you get you started on the right track. So now you know your calories now we need to break down calories into carbohydrates, protein, fats and I typically recommending about 50% of your intake being carbohydrates, least 30% protein, 20% fats and again there is no one size fits all of those to the generic formula that I used. And if we want to look at what those foods actually look like when you are in the grocery store next time as far as carbohydrates go keep it as clean as possible. You want slow releasing carbohydrates to give you sustainable energy so you do not want your energy levels going up and down, right. Oat meal, brown rice, whole wheat bread, lots of fruits, lots of vegetables. If you stick to just those food you will notice the changing your body composition. Now, as far as proteins go, I am going to recommend sticking to chicken, eggs. I am going to recommend fish and to help with your potassium level some lean beef. I do not recommend too much dairy, dairy soft. I am not nutritionist sort of that nutritionist expert so to speak but there is a lot of debate on dairy. I just find out what I eliminated. I stay meaner so I would stick to the one I just recommend as far as fats go lots of nuts, avocado, olive oil and primarily model saturated fats. If you just shop for those foods you notice there is no changing in your body get on position whether you are on the surplus or deficit because you are just their muscle building foods and they are not fats storing foods. Take that advice and it is just my own personal nutritional philosophy to wrap this up is you need a plan. A lot of people are just skinny man. They are eating clean, they got – I am going to eat healthy today mentality, I am going to eat better today mentality, I am going to eat this instead of that mentality but still how do you know what is going in and how do you know what going out is it measured. If you do not gain any weight at the end of the week how do you know what the change? And tell you actually how to set plan and tells you exactly what to eat, exactly when to eat it, how to cook it or what amounts you are going to be guessing and assume that is probably not the most efficient way to get to your goal. I know you are now want to meet to drop the website address down here so you can go check out my complete program. And it is also has 84 that in meal plans which eliminates all the guess works right from 2,000 calories up to 6,000 so you need just find who works for you to follow and you are be good to go. Hopefully, that help Arnel. If you need some more advice, anything more specific just let me know I do ano
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