To Gain Muscle Mass Requires A Surplus Of Calories

Oct 29th 2013 at 10:02 PM

To gain muscle mass requires a surplus of calories and to burn fat - the deficit. Therefore, experienced athletes go the other way.

Assign yourself some time on the set of muscle mass, not thinking about fat, and then, the next time when trying to keep the muscles recruited (or at least minimize their losses), and to reduce the fat on them. Visit Poster's Website

Usually guided by this rule:

·        The following six reps per set - is the work by force.

·        From six to 12 and the weight to strength

·        More than 15 endurance.

You propose to dwell on the range of 12-15 reps, not to tear down muscle. At this point, you can experiment with. There is no longer the problem gradually increasing weights work - you just have to keep in shape.

So you can try different exercises, techniques and technology, without much thinking about the working balance. Meals can be a little increase in calories, but do not reduce the frequency of meals.

Landmark is this: the number of daily calories expended should not be lower than the amount consumed. This balance is fashionable to support by increasing or decreasing the load (number of workouts per week, number of sets, number of repetitions, the amount of work the weights), or by reducing or increasing the daily energy intake. Until the balance is observed, and the physical form of the figure remain.

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