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Building Muscle Mass










Therefore, the best way to prevent extra body fat when building muscle mass is to limit the extra calories consumed. Here's the kicker, though: If you're only eating 100 to 200 calories more than is required on a daily basis to stop any fat loss from accumulating, you wont likely check it out get very far. You'll be lucky to gain a pound a month and if this is the case, youre going to be on one long muscle-gaining cycle. Some may be OK with this, but most want to see immediate changes. Add to the fact that the body might speed up its metabolism to accommodate these extra calories and you might not see any weight gain at all you'll simply look the same as you do now. Obviously, the more calories you eat, the better the chances of maximizing the muscle youll build. Everyone has a limit as to how much muscle they can physiologically build in a month's time (for most men this is around one to three pounds with the rate slowing the larger you get), so if you want to max that out, you need to eat enough. You think you're going to gain three pounds eating a measly 100 extra calories a day? <br>Full story: http://www.askmen.com/sports/bodybuilding_150/193_fitness_tip.html



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