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Muscle-Building Workout and Diet


1. The anabolic window. Holy shit. This is probably the BIGGEST bro science myth
I’ve ever heard. Basically, the anabolic window states that
within the first 30 minutes after your workout, you NEED to eat protein and carbs in order
to make proper muscle gains. Let me simplify this shit for all you bro
scientists out there, this is ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT. The bro science behind this total nonsense
comes from a study out of the University of Bros which states that eating within the first
30 minutes promotes muscle protein synthesis and glycogen storage because it keeps your
body in an anabolic state, as opposed to a catabolic state, which is basically a fasted
state. This has been disproved by science time and
time again, and now by your boy the god. Moral of the story is this, eat protein at
least a few hours after your workout and you’ll be fine, it’s far more important to be eating
the right amount of protein rather than eating it at some ritualistic time after your workout. I swear, I’ve seen guys do a 50 yard dash
running like Naruto to their car after their workout just to get to their protein shake
and I’m like holy shit dude, you need to relax before you get accidentally run over
by someone in the parking lot. If that’s you, then it’s time to chill
the fuck out. I’ve also seen guys drinking their protein
shake between every fucking set while they’re still there! Like bro … what the fuck are you doing?! 2. Cardio is bad for gains. Now this is some shit those wack ass juiced
up dudes who look like a veiny penises say to skinny beginner weightlifters. They’re like “bro you need to be moving
as little as possible to avoid burning off calories, every calorie you burn you gotta
eat back I swear some of these guys take it to such
an extreme that I wouldn’t be surprised if I saw them driving around from the benchpress
to the pulldown machine in one of those carts that old fat people use at the supermarket
to “avoid burning too many calories.” Now if you’re a skinny guy and you’re
trying to put on weight then doing something like playing 3 hours of basketball 7 days
a week will definitely make it harder to gain weight because you’ll be burning a lot of
calories during that time and you’ll have to eat those calories back later on, AND it’ll
slow down your muscle recovery. Now that doesn’t mean you can’t do cardio
at all, it just means you can’t do an insane amount of cardio because it’ll make it harder
for you to gain weight and more importantly, muscle. By no means should you be afraid of cardio
though, feel free to do whatever cardio you’d like a few times a week, as long as you’re
eating enough and not overdoing it, you should be fine. Basically, instead of having a 3 day sex marathon
with your side chick and mistress, cut it down to a 1 day sex marathon, that’s more
reasonable. Shit, I hope my girl doesn’t watch this video,
cuz she ain’t gonna be happy about that. 3. Taking supplements will make your gains for
you. I’ve met so many guys who think that going
to the gym and throwing the weights around for an hour counts as a workout routine as
long as they’re downing their whey protein, BCAAs, creatine, preworkout, fish oil, testosterone
boosters, steroids, fucking pixie dust, you name it. While supplements are an excellent way of
helping you maximize your gains, simply taking supplements and going to the gym will NOT
make your gains for you. The real greek god gains come from a strong
foundational workout routine and solid diet to match your goals of either gaining or losing
weight. Supplements are an awesome way of helping
you achieve those goals but they’re far less important than having a solid workout
routine and diet. The real value of supplements comes in the
convenience and added boost they can add to your workouts and diet. For example, with Bodybuilding.com’s Signature
creatine, you’re getting one of the most highly studied supplements that promotes muscle
growth, increased strength, powerful pumps, less fatigue, and overall fuller muscles. It also is an awesome added boost to make
sure you’re consistently adding weight to the bar each week and putting on muscle each
month as well. I especially recommend it to beginners who
are in their first few months and want to accelerate their initial newbie gains AND
people who have been lifting for a while and are looking to get over a plateau. Combine that with a diet that’s already
high in protein to meet your needs and you’ll make gains in no time. Just be sure you’re drinking at least 8
glasses of water a day and you’ll be good to go. The other two supplements I recommend are
preworkout and a multivitamin. Both of which have been studied and tested
extensively which is why I think they’re a safe bet in terms of the benefits they can
provide, unlike some other supplements whose benefits are still debated. Preworkout is awesome. It’s like going Super Saiyan before stepping
into the gym, no joke. It’s like training in the hyperbolic time
chamber. It helps make sure your energized and ready
to hit your workout at full speed. AND it promotes muscular endurance, more energy
for high-intensity or explosive movements, and better overall workout performance. It even has L-Citrulline which helps your
body circulate oxygen better. Some people even like to take L-Citruline
on top of a preworkout as well to boost the effects so if you’re into that I suggest
checking it out as well. Multivitamins are another essential for guys
who workout because they help fill in any nutritional gaps that you may be missing. It’s bad enough to have a nutritional gap
when you’re not active but if your body doesn’t have enough of the right vitamins
and nutrients while you’re putting it under physical stress during your workouts then
your deficiencies will be magnified and it could hurt your gains and your health. Now I’m not saying you don’t need to eat
fruits or vegetables now that you’re taking a multivitamin because there is absolutely
NO replacement for a wholesome diet that’s rich in fruits and vegetables but a multivitamin
is a good added bonus to an already kickass diet. If you wanna check out the 3 supplements I
talked about from Bodybuilding.com, the Signature creatine, preworkout, and multivitamin, I’ll
have them linked below. 4. “You gotta eat big to get big ” This is probably the BIGGEST bro science fact
out there and SO many people believe this. Meat heads will say shit like “you need
to be slamming down 5,000 calories a day and 400 grams of protein if you wanna get as big
as me.” Ha, yeah right because that’s fucking healthy. Let me put it to you this way, the amount
of muscle you can gain has a limit, so let’s say within a 1 month period you can gain about
2 pounds of muscle and typically for most people, for every pound of muscle you gain
you also gain a pound or a half pound of fat. So let’s say you eat enough to gain your
two pounds of muscle, eating anymore than that won’t magically make you gain more
muscle, it’ll just make you gain more fat because you will have hit your threshold of
muscle gain and you’ll just be packing on fat from there if you eat anymore than you
need to. For most guys trying to pack on mass and muscle,
you need to eat about 5-15% more calories than your daily maintenance, some people may
need to eat a little bit more than that if they’re a really hard gainer but most people
can get away with eating an extra 500 calories a day to hit their surplus amount and gain
weight. An easy way to make sure you’re hitting
your caloric goal for the day is to drink a protein shake like I mentioned before, or
a mass gainer because they’re both dense in calories and protein which you need to
build muscle. I’ll breakdown the importance of having
enough protein in your diet for you newbies, so whip out your lab coats. Protein is the molecule in your body that
promotes muscle growth, counteracts muscle breakdown, and supports recovery after your
workouts. You get protein from eating stuff like beans,
brocoli, avocados, nuts, peanut butter, and of course protein shakes and bars. 5. Your life needs to revolve around the gym This is something fitness gurus try preaching
all the time on Instagram to make themselves look cool and like they’re hustling 24/7
but to be totally honest with you, this isn’t necessary. If you build a solid workout routine that
emphasizes compound movements and the right rep ranges for your skill level, mixed in
with an appropriate diet and some supplements for an added boost, you can get away with
lifting 3-4 times a week for an hour at a time, depending on how receptive your muscles
are to your workouts. I’ll have my breakdown of workout routines
on screen at the end of this video. Combine that with a decent fitness tracker
to track your diet and calories, and being and staying in godly shape will only add on
a couple hours to your week that make it well worth it, without it having totally eat up
your life. I mean just look at me! And that’s it. If you wanna check out the supplements from
Bodybuilding.com then click the link in the description to check them out.

100 thoughts on “6 Bro Science Myths KILLING Your Gains | Bro Science Myths YOU Believe!

  1. Leave a like for all the BROS out there believing in this nonsense! Also, be sure to turn on my post notifications since a lot of you are telling me that you're not seeing my videos in your feed lately.

    – Zeus

  2. Do you know what´s fckin trash? Finding the best girl ever and than finding out she lives 900km away :/ (but we finally wanna meet up in a few weeks)

  3. Yo I have this girl I’m good friends with and want to make her my girlfriend teach me how to do this

  4. Wow, I’m not a doctor or anything, and especially not a god doctor, but I think you need to lay off the lightning throwing a little bit. Your arms are moving hella weird! XD

  5. Subbed when you were at 200k.. Its amazing how your channel grew.. Please do a facecam at a mil. I wanna see how built and sexy real Based Zues is xD..

  6. Now I know why Kratos is so big in the new God of War game😎. All jokes aside thanks for the tips yo!!

  7. Hi zeus
    I’m handsome guy and cool personality,
    I have braces on teeth does this thing matter to approach a girl.
    Plss ans me zeus

  8. Yo based. Thanks for your advice cuz ive been doing more workouts lately 😩. But my women game is still down .Any extra tips?

  9. Let me find out Zeus is an anime fan. 🤣 Makes me want to subscribe even though I already am.

  10. An actual study states that your body's protein absorption is 62% higher than normal after workout, but the day after it is 102% higher

  11. Can i consume my protein too soon though? like many hours before my workout. Will my protein be wasted or how does it work?
    Thanks to anyone who explains this.

  12. all great but brah, 1 pound of muscle = 0.5-1 pound of fat. Like how would 1 pound of muscle = 1 pound of fat work help me do the math.

  13. If i wanna lose weight and replace the fat with muscles should i eat more, less or just as much as my daily maitenance is?

  14. I would recommend skipping the Multivitamin, just eat fruits ans vegetables. And instead take whey Protein after your Workout.

  15. Zeus, Here's one for ya: I'm reasonably attractive, pretty muscular and I'm very confident with people when I'm in a conversation. I have good hygiene and smell good, never married and no kids. I make good money and live on my own. Buuut (there's always a but!) I have very few friends, and I'm in a new area. Part of this is because I am fairly isolated from peers in my workspace, plus there aren't many single women around. In fact, there are no women that I come into contact with on a daily basis – it's more the exception than the norm.
    The second issue is that I have a hearing defect. I avoid bars, parties, and meeting people unless I'm in a quiet room is always A LOT more awkward than it already would be. Thus, I don't put myself in the situation where I can't hear and have to do something uncomfortable (like dance) in a social setting. I've tried online dating, but with little luck. If I had more guy friends I'd hang out with them more often, but that's pretty tough too because they just want to go to bars and I feel like I'm at a disadvantage if they want to compete with me over women. Any ideas? Anyone?

  16. this guy is full of shit lol … he knows shit about bodybuilding and hiding behind these animated character… bro, you are a loser

  17. Not very based. If you’re deficient in a vitamin or mineral the fact is your diet sucks, if your eating a good diet you won’t be deficient in anything and won’t need a multivitamin.

    D3 is the obvious exception.

  18. For number 2,
    you start with cardio, then you start lifting and gaining weight!

    For number 3,
    NO CREATIN FOR BEGINNERS! Hell no, you need to eat like 3 big meals a day if you take creatin. Creatin is sold in 9 out of 10 cases as advertisment, it can leave damage to your stomach, liver and kidneys. Yes if someone wants to go professional and want to start lifting 200kg instead of 120 ok, but that is only for professionals !

  19. Solid advice except I wouldn't recommend using pre workout all that regularly, especially when bulking, since the energy provided by the caloric surplus and a good nights sleep will definitely be more than enough to fuel a workout. Pre workouts are very high in caffeine(one portion contains more caffeine than the recommended daily limit) and other stimulants, against which you will build up a tolerance. So in order to achieve the same effect, you will gradually need to increase the amount you take in. I'm not saying pre workout is poison, but I would only use it when being low on energy due to a caloric deficit, jetlag, or just bad sleep.

    Keep killing it Zeus💪

  20. Zeus I can see that under your red tank top you're obviously a buff God but what's up with your hands it looks like you have two fingers and two thumbs on each hand? da fuck?

  21. 1/3 is the training
    2/3 is the right amount of sleep (muscles grow when you regenerate) 7+ hours of sleep is ok
    3/3 The right amount of calories and proteins

    If you ignore one from those, you trained for nothing !

    ps:

    1) 2/3 from the upperarm is the triceps !
    2) The muscle cell consists to 60% from water ! So drink enough, and your muscles look bigger
    3) Do Squats (free ! not on a machine and not on those things with guide rails) Squads are a Testosterone pusher !

  22. I go to the gym 4 times a week at most and usually for an hour to an hour and a half Max. I eat pretty well and watch my calories. I'm able to maintain a healthy weight and have a toned body. I don't even have to revolve my life around that. All it takes is a little willpower.

  23. I already knew most of this bro science but I came here for the entertainment. I swear to God you remind me of Eric Cartman character.

  24. No way to eat enough proteins and carbs and vitamins ( vegetables). If youre going to train hard you really need syppliments as creatine and protein powder!.
    You just cannot eat that much food to get daily amount nutrients needed.

  25. Hey Based Zeus, I have a few questions, I hope you see and answer this- So I've come across several studies, that have shown that consuming creatine can have negative long-term effects. How true is it? Also, I live in on campus in a hostel and live on a tight budget, I consume black coffee (1 tsp) before working out. I do however consume whey protein and fruits every day. Do you have any other tips for me? I'm a slightly chubby guy with a protruding belly and moobs. I could share my progress pics I've takebn over the past week if you want.

  26. Hey Zeus i start gymn a month ago my arms, shoulders and even legs looks good but my chest sucks.Any suggest please. Thanks

  27. You said you will have your workout routine on a screen at the end of the video, but you did not put it on.

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