Nutrition Tips & Chest and Triceps Workout 2/15/11
Pre-workout Drink 30 minutes to lifting
Warmup 10 Minutes Walking 4.0 on Treadmill w/ incline
When trying to put on muscle mass, more important than your workout out is your food intake. When I lift I burn about 400-600 Calories and that’s not including if I do cardio following the workout. This means I need to take in more calories than I burn. There are tons of calorie calculators online that you can use to see how much you should be taking in on a daily basis. For instance, for me to maintain my weight at 205lbs I have to take in around 3400 calories a day but I shoot for 4000 calories so I can stack on some muscle mass.
Most of your calorie intake should be from complex Carbohydrates and Protein
I take in about
I also get asked all the time if I supplement….
Hell Yeah I do!
I bet your saying this is pretty expensive stuff and it can get a bit pricey. Here’s a tip though, if you can calculate how much money you spend on fast food and cut back, it usually becomes a fair trade off.