Keep a training log. Record your meals, training program and poundages.
Only with heavy training will your heavy eating be productive. Add squats and deadlifts to your workouts.
Never allow your nutrition to falter, even for a few hours. Keep extra food, protein drinks and bodybuilding supplements at work, in your gym bag and in your car. We’re on a mission.
Use bodybuilding supplements. For advanced training and elite performance, creatine, BCAAs and glutamine do work. Big time.
Perform cardiovascular exercise. Don’t neglect your aerobic work. 20 minutes, 4 times a week will keep you from getting sluggish, increase you blood volume, raise your fat burning metabolism and maintain maximum endurance for training on the gym floor.
Don’t contemplate your navel — to get big and muscular you’ll need to carry bulk. Bulk’s fun. Your back, shoulders and arms spread out, tugging on the seams of your shirt. (This is mostly a “guy thing”…huge, bull, monster, etc.) With the size comes power. Power enabling to train heavier and harder and meaner.