TopicBulking Up - Progressively Overloading the Muscle

  • Sat 30th Sep 2017 - 11:32am

    When you see a bodybuilder on the cover of a magazine and that bodybuilder is holding a championship trophy, you would probably wish you could look like that winner all year round.Well, if you wish this then Anabolic Stretching you may be surprised to discover that the contest winner absolutely does not look like such a way throughout the year. Most the year round after competition bodybuilders look bulky and not as defined. However, the winner's physique will be the result of the pre-contest diet.The pre-contest diet is intended as a means of shredding the body to a very low percentage of body fat. This way, all the muscular definition of the competitor is visible. When the body is carry too much fat or water, the ability to see muscle definition is difficult and near impossible.owever, when someone wishes to compete on stage bodybuilding, the need for an extreme low percentage in the 4% or lower range is needed. During the off season, the purpose is to bulk up with as much mass as possible adding pounds of muscle.This means eating an enormous amount of calories will be necessary. Due to the huge amount of muscle mass the bodybuilder is packing on, the calories will mostly all be metabolized by the body. The amount of body fat gained will need to be burnt off again pre contest thats where the diet comes into play.That means that the bodybuilder will need to create a calorie deficit. This is where the pre-contest diet comes into play. If the bodybuilder is eating 6,000 calories a day and cuts down to 2,000 calories a day, this will lead to an enormous amount of fat burned off over an 8 week period. How this deficit is achieved can vary.


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