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... I have found that I have had good gains in muscle using this training method. My diet is also reasonably good, I tend to eat a lot of pasta, tuna, fruit, bread and turkey. ... (1 replies)
... or retain muscle mass is to do more strength training than cardio. ... (10 replies)
... or retain muscle mass is to do more strength training than cardio. ... (10 replies)

... Keep weight training. It will help you to retain muscle mass as you diet down to lose fat. And I'm not talking about "lightly" with pink dumbells. Lift as much as you can handle, or at leat what you're comfortable with. ... (2 replies)
... As far as overall mass gaining goes you will likely gain some fat, as well as retain some water, as you gain size. This will cause some smoothness, particularly in the abs. It's possible to gain mass and stay lean... ... (3 replies)
... ifference is driving me mad as it feels like i am moving farther away from my goal of fitting back into my summer clothes! basically, i want to lose bodyfat, and retain the muscle i have but not necessarily gain more muscle. what is the best way to go about this? ... (4 replies)
... Fat gain while bulking is inevitable, It's part of getting bigger. The best way to go about it is bulk up and gain as much raw mass as you can during your bulking stage, then switch over to a cutting stage to rid yourself of the unwanted bodyfat. ... (6 replies)
... e supplements on the market today. Clinical studies show that it increases strength and endurance and speeds up recovery time from your workout, which means more muscle growth. To get the most out of creatine, take it with glucose, honey, or grape juice one hour before your workout and again right afterwards. ... (1 replies)
... Losing muscle mass without weight training isnt a done deal. ... (8 replies)
Increase Mass Size
Nov 11, 2003
... Fat gain while bulking is inevitable, It's part of getting bigger. The best way to go about it is bulk up and gain as much raw mass as you can during your bulking stage, then switch over to a cutting stage to rid yourself of the unwanted bodyfat. ... (8 replies)
How do i cut
Mar 6, 2003
... Losing that much a week, you're likely losing alot of muscle mass and water too. I wouldn't try to go above 3lbs per week if you want to retain maximal muscle mass. It's up to you though. You know your body better than anyone. If you know you can lose only fat in that magnitude per week, go for it. ... (6 replies)
... thanks so much Naxis! i really really appreciate this. you have no idea! other questions: how quickly can your body fat percentage change? my body is 'spoon-shape' unfortunately nothing upstairs, but i carry all my extra weight in my bottom and inner thighs. are there certain excercies to avoid? to squat or not to squat? i have heard thats its bad for my shape, but also... (8 replies)
... You also have almost no protein in your diet and that will hinder fat loss because you cannot build or maintain lean muscle without sufficient protein. And less lean muscle means lower metabolism. It's a vicious cycle to get into. ... (12 replies)
... How does one gain muscle mass and weight while still maintaining a low body fat percentage? ... (1 replies)
... uicker as you're not eating many carbs so it causes you muscles to look less full. This is good if you want to look skinny but not if you want to look ripped and retain your muscle mass. ... (2 replies)
... to .9 g per pound of Lean Body Mass, to consistently build muscle from weight training. Your body cannot use more protein than this. ... (12 replies)
... First of all, if your trying to gain muscle, your not eating often enough. Split your two big meals up in to 6 small meals and eat every 2-3 hours and DON'T miss breakfast. Say you eat your dinner at 8. If you then next eat at lunch, your body has been without food for about 17 hours! How exactly is your body supposed to repair and build the muscles you're training when your... (4 replies)
... taking it every day causes your muscles to retain more water, which is where the slight size increase comes from. ... (3 replies)
... the only NECESSARY supplement for gaining lots of mass. You might try creatine, which will give you more short term energy and thus more strength. You will also retain water, making you gain weight temporarily, but this will go away when you stop taking it. ... (6 replies)




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