Thursday, 11 July 2013

The Myth - Attaining Muscle Without Having Fat

By Noah Arnold

A lot of you have expressed concerns about gaining an excessive amount of body fat during such a high calorie diet, and ponder whether you want to do some exercising aerobically to counterbalance the weight gain.

Definitely not.

Which will be detrimental to gaining muscle. For powerful results, either must train and diet to appreciate muscle or lose fat. One or the other. If you're a true hardgainer, you can not do both. By trying, you will not make any substantial progress in either case. So, now is the time to achieve weight. You'll concern yourself with shedding fat later.

In fact there are no magic pills, powders, foods or exercises which will allow you to build muscle and lose weight at the same time.

All this is determined by your genetics and metabolism. Some individuals can do it, some can't. If you are naturally thin this will let you awkward time putting on the weight of any kind, it might be silly visitors to think you will be able to build muscle while continuing to keep your body fat low.

Most skinny guys want to gain more muscle, however are afraid of gaining extra fat. They see every one of the bodybuilder photos and focus the stories about people gaining pounds of muscle while losing pounds of fat - They would like to do the same. When thinking about these photos, you need to know that most of those people do not have one's body type. The majority of them are overweight and want to lose fat, not gain muscle.

'Well', you say, 'What about people who transformed their bodies? They lost fat and gained muscle'. Yes, nevertheless the vast majority of these people were overweight, or had high levels of body fat. To put it differently, their metabolisms were, typically, slow. They simply dieted and trained for weight loss.

Weight training exercise helped them to tone up and slightly enhance their muscle mass by replacing many of the fat with muscle. However, you will never increase your weight far above your original starting weight with that type of diet.

To put it differently, even though you gain some muscle, you'll actually weight less!

For example, Big Joe weighs 189lbs with 18% weight. This works out being 34lbs of fat and 155lbs of muscle. Then he goes on a fat reduction diet and slowly diets right down to a ripped 5% body fat at 168lbs, that is 8.4lbs of fat and 160lbs of muscle. He lost 26lbs of fat, and the weight only happened by 21lbs. So, looking until this we understand he managed to also gain 5lbs of muscle. he has more muscular mass than as he started, and the man looks totally ripped, but his weight decreased because his absolute goal was weight loss. He looks far better, and his measurements changed, but he only increased his total weight by five pounds.

In case you are very thin, you are unable to do this. Yes, your system fat will decrease, along with also give you more muscular mass, however it will not increase your weight. You are likely to just get much thinner. Big Joe was 'big' firstly; we are not. To obtain the same results as Big Joe, you have to first gain the load, then give full attention to losing your body fat later. Joe had the size; he just needed to reduce. Do not have the size to utilize, and then we have to force our systems to grow beyond our body's comfort range. This is actually hard part.

This is why if you want to grow outside your current size, you need to diet for it specifically.

Remember, the majority of you have extremely fast metabolisms. Gaining weight will likely be extremely difficult.

The only method you will get bigger is always to shock one's body.

You must shock the body by:

1. Training with big names, and

2. Eating plenty of calories.

The initial shock is to use weight training. You need to focus on compound free- weight exercises, and lift heavy weights, which will stimulate the largest amount of muscle tissue. Your body responds to this stimulus by upping your muscle mass.

The second way we must shock bodies are by eating more calories than one's body is used to. This can be the most important factor in gaining mass. Once you overload your system with plenty of protein and fats, your system has no other option but to get weight.

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