There is little point in working out hard without providing your body with the fuel it needs. If you are serious about muscle building, you need to make sure you eat the right food at the right time. Learn why, when and what to eat as a pre-workout meal.
Remember the saying that “muscles are made in the kitchen”? It actually refers to six pack abs but it’s true for other muscle groups too. If you want to build a fitness model’s body, following a good muscle gain diet is just as important as working out.
Eating right is just as important as exercising for muscle growth. Ideally you should have 5-6 small meals a day to provide you with the right level of nutrition. The easiest way to get some of these nutrients is from a protein supplement in the form of a shake. Here’s my review of Whey Protein 80 (concentrate) by The Protein Works.
If you are looking for high protein foods to help you build muscles and lose fat, then read on or click to watch the video.
This list is packed full of high protein foods which are low in fat and readily available as vegetarian protein sources or stand alone foods.
Dinner is often the meal when we feel like rewarding ourselves. It could be because of a long and tiring day or due to not having much to eat during the day. That’s tolerable every now and then but not when it grows into a habit. Here are six dinner ideas for six pack abs to help you stay in shape.
Breakfast is arguably the most important meal of the day. It fuels your body with the energy and the nutrients it needs for the day ahead. Considering that there is a slightly longer gap between dinner (or your pre-bed snack) and breakfast, it’s not a surprise that you wake up hungry. Here’s a list of six breakfast ideas for six pack abs.
I can’t believe I haven’t made my own wraps before. They are the easiest thing to do and are so versatile: you can have...
This list is packed full of high protein foods which are low in fat and readily available as vegan protein sources or stand alone foods.
Every naturally lean guy who's ever stepped foot in a gym would have undergone a bulking phase at some point. But faced with the task to build as much muscle as humanly possible when gifted with a metabolism that burns calories like a furnace, which is the better option?