Monday, December 13, 2021

When to Gain Muscle? (Part 2) :

👉 When to Gain Muscle? (Part 1)

When to Gain Muscle? (Part 2) :

I use the BMI calculator to provide me with a guideline. As long as the BMI remains above the normal range it is mostly best to remain focused on losing weight and body fat. It is best to shift focus to gaining muscle rather than losing weight at the point when the BMI drops between 22.5 and 23. At this point focusing on losing weight will most often result in a skinny or scrawny look and in severe cases almost anorexic. Most guys long for the muscular look and the only way to achieve this is by shifting focus from losing weight to gaining muscle. The same holds true for women that are after that toned and sculpted look rather than miss bones.

Don't worry that you will look too muscular and build muscles like professional bodybuilders that have only one focus in mind and that is to get huge. If you remain focused on staying within a healthy weight range and shifting to gaining more muscle rather than losing weight, then the result should be a healthy and sculpted look.

There are a few adjustments to the basic training routine that will be required when you reach this point. Avoid hard cardio training and rather focus on keeping your current level of fitness. Shift focus to more weight training exercises and focus on those that hit the big muscles for easy gains. The last item is a small change in your nutrition to add some extra calories to help build muscle. This can be accomplished by a slightly bigger breakfast and a good post workout meal. Add the calories to these two meals only and you will see muscle gain and fat loss.

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