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How to Eat Like a Bodybuilder


There are a lot of reasons as to why someone would want to have a bodybuilder's physique: It could either be because you want to look good like your favorite superhero, you are joining a competition, you want to impress a girl, or you just want to be healthy. Whatever the goal may be, it is imperative to have a diet plan that is specifically designed for your calorie needs. This can be best achieved with the help of a health or fitness advisor. Here are tips to follow in order to have that bodybuilder body that you want so much.

Keep a Diet Journal –Log your meals over the week in order to compute how much calories you consume per day. This also enables you to study whether you are lacking calories or are taking too much of it and make necessary changes after observing the progress in 2 weeks or so. Make it a habit to measure how much grams are in a certain meal - a piece of chicken, for instance. Eventually, you will be able to estimate a 40 grams chicken just by looking at it in the event that you will be dining in a party or a restaurant.

Eat more often – Body builders train hard and keep themselves active which is why they burn a lot of calories on a daily basis. They usually eat 5 or 8 meals per day in order to facilitate mass-building. Eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner alone won’t be able to cut it. It is also important to insert a few snack meals, most likely high in protein ones, over the day. Make it a habit to plan and prepare your meals beforehand, preferably a week prior, as this contributes significantly to the effectiveness of your diet plan.

Eat clean – Perhaps the greatest factor that can make or break your weight goals is making the right food choices. The body hungers for high quality food and nutrients in order to facilitate better performance and enhanced recovery. Beginners, and even athletes, tend to make the mistake of adding poor choices such as processed foods and fast foods into their diet plan. With regards to how meals are prepared, it’s imperative to have them grilled or broiled as fried and battered foods increase fat and calorie content. However, indulge yourself into a cheat meal every weekend as this makes it easier to stick to your diet plan.

Focus on Proteins – Proteins are crucial when it comes to repairing muscle tissue that was damaged during an intense workout. It is estimated that you need to have as much grams of protein per day as your own weight. For example, if you weigh 280 pounds then you will have to consume at least 280 grams of protein per day. Eating six or seven meals per day would mean that you will have 40 grams a meal. More importantly, you will need more proteins for your muscles to grow the more active you are.


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