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Muscle-Building Workout and Diet


Eating protein for muscle is probably one
of the most important things in anyone’s program if they’re trying to put on lean tissue in
the form of muscle. you can have the hardest workouts in the world. You can train harder and longer than anybody
else. You can have maybe the best trainer or coach
in the world, but without enough protein in your body all those workouts will be wasted. Your muscle tissue is made up of 70 percent
water and about 30 percent protein. So protein is absolutely mandatory for growing
muscle tissue and keeping your body anabolic. I would say good sources of protein would
be beef, turkey, chicken, fish, eggs. The way you prepare could also help to kind
of break up the monotony of just trying to eat. Because eating clean day in and day out can
be a little bit monotonous on the taste buds. So you want to make sure that you’re maybe
grilling the chicken, barbecuing the chicken can be a good way. Use lean breasts, if possible. With beef, same thing, lean cut, sirloin rather
than going with a rib eye or something like that that’s going to be much higher in fat. you want to keep your sauces of your protein
lean. Egg whites, as well, egg white omelets are
a good source of protein. I think it’s important to remember that you
can train as long and as hard as you want. You can buy the latest, great pills and potions,
but without getting enough protein in your diet every single day, no matter how hard
you train, no matter how long you train, you’re just not going to make new muscle. So make sure that you’re getting the protein
that your body requires every day.

15 thoughts on “How to Eat Protein to Build Muscle | Bodybuilding Diet

  1. Only take one after a workout, they just sit in your stomach otherwise because they're meant to be digested after a workout. Carbs and fruit like a banana are great after a workout too.

  2. you're suppose to eat carbs BEFORE a workout because they store energy and it can be used when you need more energy while working out.dumbass

  3. Well, if you want to get technical you're supposed to eat a certain amount with just about every meal of the day to meet your macros. Yes you need carbs before a workout too, I never said you didn't. But you need carbs after (preferably fast digesting carbs) a workout too because after a workout your glycogen levels go down and carbs bring them back up.

  4. protein gives amino acids, which are building blocks for muscule, but to build it u need energy which is stored in carbs

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