Vince Del Monte & Lee Hayward have put together a new program called:
21 Day Fast Mass Building
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Below is an article by the guys:
Top 3 Muscle Building Mistakes Bodybuilders Make…
By Lee Hayward & Vince Del Monte
Your muscles grow on calories, correct? Of course. We all know you’re not going to pack on serious muscle size without an ideal consumption of muscle-building foods. In fact, without a certain amount of muscle-growing and nutrient dense foods you are at risk for losing the current muscle mass you already have.
This is probably why many newbie bodybuilders fall for the logic behind the “see food diet” that encourages you to eat anything within an arms reach if your goal is to grow big muscles.
I wish it was that simple!
Eating more food than your body requires will certainly make you a bigger person but it does not promise you’ll be a more muscular person! Too often we see young guys with great muscle-building potential ruin their physiques by eating excessive food quantities, even junk food, in the quest for stimulating faster muscle gains.
Unfortunately, if you’re a drug-free trainee your body has a limited capacity for growth. Each person can only produce so much muscle tissue based on his or her’s protein intake, genetics, testosterone levels, testosterone to cortisol ratio, insulin sensitivity, muscle fiber breakdown and many other factors.
Bottom line: you can’t force your muscles into growth by simply overloading your muscles with more and more calories. Giving your body more than the ideal number of calories only results in your body to gain more body fat, not muscle.
Bulking Up Then Cutting Down: Yes or No?
Let’s first admit that both cases are extreme approaches even though each method is the polar opposite. When you’re bulking your primary goal is to pack on size and mass without too much concern for extra fat gain.
This is a period of time you eat everything within arms reach and some even employ force feeding yourself. You eliminate your cardio and any activity that might stall your weight gain. Your success is dictated by how much the scale goes up, with minimal concern for your appearance.
The rationale is that you’ll be able to diet off the fat later. Your next goal is a cutting phase where the objective is to strip as much fat as possible. This is accomplished by increasing cardio, restricting your calories and introducing more physical activity to accelerate the fat loss process.
You can’t force your muscles to grow. Muscle growth occurs in spurts.
Bodybuilders will routinely go from heavy “Off-Season” mass building programs, to ultra strict “Pre-Contest” fat loss programs, as well as taking some down time where they settle into more generic maintenance style cruising programs.
You see building muscle happens in spurts. It’s kind of similar to the seasons in nature; you have the planting season of the spring, the growing season of the summer, the harvesting season in the fall, and then some down time over the winter.
Muscle building works along the same lines, it is NOT a non-stop process that just goes on and on forever without interruption. You have to work WITH your body, not against it. If you are stubborn and try to force your body to grow non-stop it will fight back with all the negative training symptoms of plateaus, over training, burnout, and injuries. You may have already experienced some of these things first hand for yourself, or at least know of people who have.
However the 21 Day Fast Mass Building training cycle avoids many of these pitfalls by providing variety and unique muscle stimulation. It also takes advantage of the body’s natural anabolic growth and recovery cycles and uses them to maximize muscle growth.
PS. And while your at it, check out Vince and Lee’s reports on “The Death of Bulking” and “The Anabolic Amplifier Effect”
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