The High Performance Nutrition Blog
The one stop nutrition information source for Sports,Fitness and Bodybuilding enthusiasts

How to build Muscle Mass ?

This is a question which a lot of our customers ask: How do I muscle mass?

Here are few suggestions :

  1. To build muscle requires a positive energy balance, which means that you have to consume more calories than you burn. So how many extra calories you should eat to gain muscle mass depends on how many calories you are burning each day. ( BODYFUELZ Sports & Dietician advisor can help you on this based on your height,weight,sex and fat percentage )
  2. The answer to how many additional calories you should eat depends to a great extent on how hard you work in the gym. Your body can build at most about a .25kgs of muscle each week, so if you eat too many extra calories trying to build more muscle, you will gain fat, too.
  3. We suggest consuming an extra 250 to 500 calories per day. But if you tend to put fat easily then consumer at the lower end of the scale. On the other hand if you can’t put on weight fast then we suggest look at 500 calories extra per day. Basically, experiment and figure out what works best for you.
  4. Take adequate amounts of lean protein such as chicken, fish, lean red meat, egg whites, low-fat cottage cheese or a protein supplement. The average person requires about 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of weight each day, but if you are trying to gain muscle, you may want to increase the protein in this ratio to closer to 1.2 grams each day
  5. Professional body builders consume up to 1.5 grams of protein per kilogram of weight each day, but unless you practically living in the gym on a regular basis, this is too much for the average person trying to gain muscle.
  6. Research suggests that consuming lean protein 15 to 20 minutes before, during and within one hour of working out may help improve muscle gain. Since you are probably not going to be eating a steak or chicken breast at the gym, a supplement may be beneficial immediately before, during or after workouts.

BODYFUELZ MUSCLEMAX is pure form amino acids which can be consumed before, during and after the workout as they are found in granular form.

Talk to BODYFUELZ at 1800-200-4500 or mail at pmt@bodyfuelz.com to know more about getting lean or build muscle or stamina.

Advertisements

9 Responses to “How to build Muscle Mass ?”

  1. […] How to build Muscle Mass ? « The High Performance Nutrition Blog […]

  2. […] How to build Muscle Mass ? « The High Performance Nutrition Blog […]

  3. […] How to build Muscle Mass ? « The High Performance Nutrition Blog […]

  4. […] How to build Muscle Mass ? « The High Performance Nutrition Blog […]

  5. It is important that people realise that Only FREE FORM AMINO ACIDS immediately before, during and after a workout can be absorbed by the human body. Proteins cannot be digested during this period and hence it is a waste to consume proteins in this WINDOW.

    To all my athletes and filmstars who work out like MANIACs I suggest AMINO ACIDS as they are immediately absorbed as no digestion is required.

    Secondly the question of CALORIE addition via amino acids is non-existent. SO about 4 gms of AMino Acids keeps you in ananbolic nutrition without calories. Perfect for FAT BURNING and MUSCLE GAIN.

    RYAN FERNANDO
    SPORTS NUTRITION ADVISOR
    http://www.quanutritition.blogspot.com

  6. […] How to build Muscle Mass ? « The High Performance Nutrition Blog […]

  7. Have been searching for some decent information on this for awhile now thats for the great article.

  8. Great articles. Theres a lot of nice rmationhere, though I did want to let you know something, I’m running Redhat with the up-to-date beta of Firefox, and the design of your site is kind of wonky for me. I can read the articles, but the navigation doesnt function so well.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: