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Showing posts with label muscle gain. Show all posts

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Workout for Strength and Size - Gain Strength and Muscle Mass with one Workout Routine




Workout Routine for Mass






Alright, we all know that best rep range for building muscle is from 8 to 12 and that is range is usually used in bodybuilders' routines. We also know that working out with 1 - 5 rep range is common for powerlifters for strength gain. 



But can strength and muscle mass be built at the same time?



Actually, strength and size are highly related to each other and one of the best ways to keep gaining both of them each week is to unite strength and hypertrophy training.



Three big lifts, deadlift, squat, and bench press are the probably the best exercises to build muscle and also strength with lower rep range. Those three exercises are very important but you are going to need some isolation exercises to train some of the smaller muscles directly.



The best way to increase muscle mass and strength is to start with multi-joint movements like squats, deadlifts, and bench presses in a powerlifting rep range and then continue training with higher rep range to aim for muscle hypertrophy.





Muscle Palace Strength and Size Workout Routine:




MONDAY - Legs and Calves



Mass Building Workout





TUESDAY - Chest and Triceps



Workout for Strength and Muscle Mass





THURSDAY - Back and Biceps



Mass-Building Workout Routine





FRIDAY - Shoulders and Traps



build muscle mass




To gain lean muscle mass you need to be in caloric surplus, constantly. Consume proteins, carbs, and fats to feed your muscles and follow this workout routine for at least 8 weeks for to gain more strength and muscle mass.



Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Secret of UFC Fighters for Building Muscle Mass Fast





Gain Muscle Mass like UFC Fighter




We know that training routine of UFC fighters consists of a lot of cardio and most of them look shredded. But, how do they succeed to gain 20 pounds of lean muscle for one month when they want to move up a weight class? Is it possible to gain that amount of lean muscle mass for that time?



Well, it is possible. No matter that many people say that is physiologically impossible to gain more than one pound of lean muscle per week. And of course, absolutely without using steroids.



Dr. John Berardi, Georges St-Pierre's nutritional coach tried that experiment on one UFC fighters and he gained 20 pounds of muscle for 28 days. The experiment started with the guy that had 169 pounds and after one month he weighed in at 190 pounds.


More information about this experiment you can find on the blog of author Tim Ferris:  How To Gain 20 Pounds In 28 Days: The Extreme Muscle Building Secrets of UFC Fighter





Most important things for building muscle mass are diet and training routine. Check out what training routine and diet plan were used for this experiment:



MONDAY - Upper Body Strength


Bench Press - 5 sets x 5 reps (5 RM - rep maximum)
Weighted Chin Up - 4 sets x 6 reps with 6 RM
Weighted Dips - 4 sets x 8 reps with 8 RM
Overhead Press - 4 sets x 10 reps with 10 RM
Barbell Curls - 4 sets x 10 reps with 10 RM
Weighted Crunches - 3 sets x 8 reps




TUESDAY - Hurricane Sprints


Round 1:

Sprint on treadmill at 10 mph for 25 seconds
1 set x 20 crunches
1 set x 20 table-top crunches

Repeat 3 times from the beginning and rest 2 minutes before Round 2.


Round 2:

Sprint on treadmill at 11mph for 25 seconds
1 set x 20 knee-grab crunches

Repeat 3 times then rest 2 minutes.


Round 3:

Sprint on treadmill at 12mph for 20 seconds
1 set x 20 bicycle crunches

Repeat 3 times this round too.



WEDNESDAY - Off



THURSDAY - Hurricane Energy Circuit 

Rope Swings

10 double rope swings
10 alternating rope swings
10 rotations


Kettlebell Swings

10 reps with both hands
10 reps for each hand


Medicine Ball Slams


Sledge Hammer Swings

Ladder



FRIDAY - Upper Body Hypertrophy

Close Grip Bench Press - 4 sets x 8 reps
Cable High Pull - 4 sets x 10 reps
Triceps Pushdown - 4 sets x 15 reps
Cable Rows - 4 sets x 8 reps
Dumbbell Curls - 3 sets x 8 reps each arm
Half-kneeling Chops - 3 sets x 5 reps



SATURDAY - Lower Body Strength

45 Degree Back Raise

1 set x 10 reps with bodyweight
1 set x 8 reps with 25 pounds
1 set x 8 reps with 45 pounds
1 set x 8 reps with 70 pounds


Barbell Squat 

3-4 Warmup Sets
5 sets x 8 reps (8 RM)


Deadlift

3-4 Warmup Sets
5 sets x 8 reps (8 RM)



SUNDAY - Off





The sample of diet plan that fighter followed for gaining 20 pounds of lean muscle:



Breakfast

Breakfast pudding

Blend these ingredients:

2 frozen bananas
1/4 cup of almond milk
3 scoops casein protein powder
2 squares high cacao chocolate 


Side dish

4 pieces of whole grain bread
2 tbsp of peanut butter
2 tbsp of jam
multivitamin
1 tbsp of creatine in coffee or green tea


Pre-Workout

500 ml water
10 grams of BCAA's


Post-Workout

1.5lb any type of lean meat
3 cups of vegetables
2 large sweet potatoes
1 tbsp of Udo's 3.6.9 oil


Anytime meal

1lb of any type of lean meat
3 cups of vegetables
1/2 cup of sauerkraut
2 servings of fruit 
1 tbsp of fish oil



This diet plan provides a lot of healthy calories that are needed to feed muscles to grow. 



I know that a lot of you that are reading this would probably be very skeptical and write comments like this is not possible, researchers have shown that one can't build such amount of lean muscle mass for that time and other comments like that. Before you do so, I must say that this was what Dr. John Berardi claim that is possible and proven so you can check out one of his comments about this experiment:


Dr. John Berardi, Georges St-Pierre's nutritional coach:


In the end, I know some people will be skeptical about these experiments, not knowing us. But we’re trustworthy guys and have documented everything in painstaking detail in our free online book "Bigger Smaller Bigger"

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