Body Building Meals
Here’s examples of what a 150-lb person’s macros would look like for fat loss, maintenance and muscle gain phases. Here how we determine those macros.-FAT LOSS: Calories = BW x 12-14. Protein should be about 1-1.2g per pound of bodyweight.-MAINTENANCE: Calories = BW x 15. Protein should be about 1g per pound-MUSCLE GAIN: Calories = BW x 16-18. Protein should be about 1g per pound.
Nutritionally speaking, there is no such thing as a superfood. The term was coined for marketing purposes to influence food trends and sell products.The food industry bestows the superfood label on nutrient-rich foods with a supposed capacity to positively affect health.Though many foods could be described as super, it’s important to understand that there is no single food that holds the key to good health or disease prevention.
These are my GO-TO off-season food choices. Favourites for each category and things I eat on a daily basis to build lean muscle mass. A Caloric surplus, adequate recovery and progressive overload is the most important thing for muscle gain! What’s your favourite bulking combo? Check out this article for building clean solid lean mass!