One of the most frequently asked questions by skinny guys is what makes you gain weight. The obvious answer is food, of course. Gaining weight, however, is a complex subject. It largely depends on the individual, their lifestyle, level of activity, metabolism etc. Gaining weight is as much about the food we eat as it is about how much and how often we consume it.
Eating the right food at the right time is (together with working out, resting and recovery) one of the most important parts of building muscles. Working out your muscles without eating right is like expecting your car to run on its brake fluid. It’s just not going to happen. Let me show you a way to your six pack abs in six meals.
Ask anyone the simple question: How to gain weight? and I guarantee you that their answer will be just as simple: Eat more! It is stating the obvious, but you do need to eat more to gain more. Eating matters.
Muscle building food doesn't have to be bland. In this article, I am going to show you how to cook a delicious tasting and easy to prepare pasta with tuna recipe. It takes 15 minutes and you don’t need to be a professional chef to cook it.
Unless you've been living under a stone for the past month or so, you must have heard about the horse meat scandal across Europe and the UK. It turns out that horse meat has been a regular ingredient of beef processed food products for some time.
Supplements reviews are becoming a regular feature in the Skinny Muscles’ editorial calendar. That’s largely thanks to the sports nutrition companies that keep sending me samples of their products. My latest delivery is from GoNutrition™, who sent me samples of their Go Whey Protein 80™.
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've been skinny my whole life, every year I try to work out, etc, but end up lacking motivation to continue. People think I don't eat but they don't know that I eat like a pig everyday (at least 2000 calories, which is a lot for me at least).