No-nonsense Muscle Building Review - Why Mass Meal Plans Work
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It's common knowledge that building lean muscle is 1% exercise and 99% rest and recovery. If you don't give your muscles time to recover and if you don't give your muscles the right materials to repair themselves, you'll be tearing them down faster than you'll be building them up. You can give your muscles the right materials to rebuild themselves fast by eating properly. In this "No-Nonsense Muscle Building" review, we'll be looking at how Vince DelMonte (the author) addresses this nutritional aspect in his muscle building program.
Once get a hold of the muscle program, they are first instructed to read the "No-Nonsense Muscle Building" e-book. Then they are asked to review their own current diets and try to pinpoint where they are stacking on the weight and receiving their daily nutrients (or lackthereof). There is a whole chapter dedicated to nutrition, explaining the specific biochemistry behind building lean muscle (ie. protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals, etc). This might annoy some men who aren't interested in details or being reminded of biology or chemistry in school.
2. Metabolic Calculator
This is where users of the program have to select their goal/intention. There are choices amongst progressive weight gain, advanced weight gain, maintenance or shredding. They then enter in their gender, current body weight and percentage fat composition, either estimated or with skin calipers. The Metabolic Calculator will then give you an approximation of how many calories you're currently taking in per week, and based upon that calculation, you will get a choice of meal plans from the cheap, veggie or healthy mass meal plans.
3. Meal Plans
On the website, Vince DelMonte makes it sound like there are heaps of meal plans available. Truth be told, you only really have a choice of 3. Say your calorie intake was 4000 calories, you would then find the 4000 calorie 84-day cheap, veggie or healthy mass meal plans. As the calorie requirement increases, the meal plans generally stay the same. Different recipes are added to increase the calorie intake but the meal plans are all really similar.
It's a step-by-step process that will introduce you and eventually integrate you into the importance of nutrition while building muscle. Most skinny men never eat enough to gain a significant amount of lean muscle but using Vince DelMonte's, "No-Nonsense Muscle Building", will make the process much smoother.
3. Meal Plans
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