In the same way that the overweight and obese typically underestimate how much they eat, many skinny guys or hardgainers overestimate it. They may feel like they’re eating a ton, but if they actually crunched the numbers, they’d see that their intake is pitiful when it comes to overall calories. What you eat is just as important.
Many hardgainers resort to cheap weight gainer supplements (shit) or worse start putting down as much junk as possible and end up with bitch tits and skinny fat body. Caloires matter when it comes to putting weight, but Macros breakdown are just as important when it comes to putting on quality weight.
Majority of this diet consist of high-quality foods, you’ll gain less unwanted fat, have more energy for training, recover faster, reduce inflammation, and enjoy better health. With the Diet below you will gain weight. Unless you have a tape worm you will gain. if you dont see a docotor because you have a problem.
Meal 1- 4 whole eggs, 4oz of steak, cooked in 1tbs of coconut oil. 1/2cup of cream of rice, 1 scoop whey, 2tbs of alomnd or any other butter.
Meal 2- 6oz chicken, 1cup vegetables, 1 cup rice, 2tbs of olive oil or coconut oil
Meal 3- 6oz chicken, 2 cups of rice 2tbs of coconut oil or oilive oil
Pre- 1 scoop of whey, 4 rice kripies
During training- Gatorade with 5 grames of creatine or 2 scoops of dextroes with 5g or creatine
Post- 2 cups of favorite cereal 2 scoops of whey
Meal 4- 6oz chicken or steak, 8oz potato 2tbs of any nut butter
Night snack- 1 scoop of whey, 2 slices of bread 2tbs of butter 2tbs of jelly Or 1 scoop whey and 1 cup of your favoirte icecream. (top it of with nuts or fruit if you want)
How much muscle will i be able to put on with this eating and if you train hard?
Under the best possible circumstances – with this diet, training(for training program to match this diet email Ivanvoineac@yahoo.com and get my Massthetics program) , supplementation, and recovery strategies – the average male body can build between 0.5 and 1 pounds (newbies will gain more) of dry muscle tissue per week. That is the amount your natural body chemistry will allow you to build. So we’re talking maybe one or 3.5 pounds a month. May not sound like much, but that can add up to twelve to twenty pounds over one year of training. While building muscle, it’s possible to gain more weight without adding fat.
When you increase your muscle size you also increase glycogen and water storage in those muscles. More muscle equals more glycogen. This diet is a great strart but do not expect this diet to work for 12 months. Remember the more muscle tissue you build the more calories you will need to eat in order to keep making progress.