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Nutrition for Muscle Hypertrophy. Have you been training like a beast and noticed that your lean gains have started to dwindle or even diminished completely? The common notion is true, nutrition is absolutely the majority of the battle. If you aren’t eating properly then all those times you’ve devoted to crushing it at the gym have gone down the drain. To maximize your efforts, first thing you should look into doing is completing a body scan to get your basal metabolic rate also known as your resting metabolic rate. BMR or RMR is the number of calories that your body...

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Introducing the Macros The primary focus of the human diet revolves around three macronutrients (macros): protein, carbohydrates (carbs), and dietary fats. This is basically common knowledge. What’s not common knowledge, however, is their influence on the body as energy substrates in the processes of bioenergetics. I’ll explain that in a minute.  In the pursuit of fitness we are influenced by several societal implications that try to convince us of many conflicting ideas regarding macros. We’re told to gorge ourselves with protein and abstain from carbs at all costs. Or is it fat that we need to abstain from? Carbs are bad,...

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Muscle Hypertrophy. Everybody strives for it, but most people don’t know all the essentials to proactively work towards and achieve this never-ending hankering. I’m here to run you through everything you need to know to get the lean gains you desire.  "each specific muscle group should be trained twice a week with 72 hours rest allotted before targeting that area again" First and foremost, to train the maximum amount possible without leading to over training, each specific muscle group should be trained twice a week with 72 hours rest allotted before targeting that area again. A simple and very common...

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