Bodybuilding Manual

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Body Building Diet Tips A good body building diet means that you will not just gorge on any kind of food that is laid in front of you. That means do not even think about ordering the Joey special (two pizzas) and calling it carbohydrates. The rule is, “do not eat anything that comes out of a box”, sorry guys pizza is out – check! In order to build muscles successfully, you need to eat healthy and we all know that processed foods aren’t healthy no matter how good the can or plastic wrapper looks. Experts on body building believe that a good body building diet consists of fresh and wholesome foods and veggies. Whole foods Whole foods are great for helping you achieve low body fat. There is no use spending all that time at the gym (or wherever) and not have your six packs showing. There isn’t any point doing all that work and not showing off your muscles. The vitamins and minerals found in whole foods also help with muscle recovery; make sure you eat whole foods 90% of the time! Veggies – broccoli (did someone just say yuck?), don’t be a baby; broccoli is one of the best veggies (isn’t exactly very tasty but it should be included in your body building diet). Other veggies include, spinach, tomato, carrots and salad; Fruits – Apples (we all know what the doctors say about apples), bananas, pineapple, pears, oranges; Protein – Eggs, meat, poultry, milk, fish; Fats – (yes, fats) good fats such as fish oil, olive oil, flax seeds, real butter and nuts. Got Protein? Proteins are known to have the highest thermic effect. You really need to have 1g of protein per pound of body-weight each day in order to build and maintain muscle. Code: idplr0.33

Bodybuilding Manual

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