You look in the mirror and let out a sigh. After weeks and weeks of lifting weights at the gym, you still have the same flabby look and lack the muscle definition you crave. What’s going on? Why are you putting your body through this endless torture day by day with no results? What needs to change and how can you take control?
It’s the old 80/20 rule. Most of us spend 80% of our time and energy focusing on the workout, and 20% on what we eat to fuel our body. What should really be happening is just the opposite. We need to spend 20% of our time and energy on the workout, and 80% on fueling our bodies with the appropriate foods. Why do we do this?
Let’s face it, focusing on the workout is easy. There are a ton of different workouts to choose from. From the in-home DVDs, the latest workout in Men’s Health, to the E-Book on the most popular workouts of the time, finding a workout that fits your needs are mostly simple and do not require much searching.
However, when it comes to the diet, it’s not quite so easy. While the information on what we need to do to gain muscle mass is out there, it still takes a tremendous amount of effort on your part to plan and organize your meals. Planning healthy meals that will meet your macro nutrition and calorie needs can become a full time job and let’s face it, no one has time for that. You may as well throw in the towel now. But wait, you no longer have to feel hopeless and eat another bite of chicken for the 58th day in a row. This is where Bulking Diets can HELP you.
First of all let’s define bulking. We define bulking as adding lean muscle mass.
So how can we help you do this? Well though proper nutrition starting with macro nutrition.
Macro nutrition is the rationing of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. This in addition to a calorie surplus is the essential tools in building muscle mass. Without proper macro nutrition the only thing you will build may be your gut!
Some people will argue all you have to do is eat and lift to get big….and yes if you want to just get big then sure eat and eat whatever you want, but you will pack on more fat then muscle. And let’s face it nobody is going after the fat guy look.
Why most people fail at this is because it takes a tremendous amount of time to put together good meal plans, especially if you don’t want to eat the same thing over and over.
There is also a lack of good tools and services out there that will aid in this. Yeah there are a ton of apps but there nothing more than a log.
This is why Bulking Diets was started, we saw a need for our services. Again there is a ton of information out there in the form of articles and blog posts there is no service out there to deliver a diet at the click of a button that will provide results.