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Up To Eleven, romanian alternative/grunge/metal band, performing Killing in the name - RATM cover- in Bucharest.Recorded live at The Silver Church Club Bucharest, on 24.10.2010. Featuring Radu, lead singer and guitarist of the romanian Stand Alone band. http://www.myspace.com/standaloneoficial
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FREE eBooks: http://www.thinkeatlift.com/ My Training Program: http://www.thinkeatlift.com/ggp/ First of all when you want to build a lot of muscle, you need to gain weight. Yes, you can gain muscle without gaining weight or even when your weight is going down but if we're talking about gaining a lot, getting visually bigger, that means your weight will have to go up. Now there is a limit to how much muscle your body can create in a given time. And that depends mainly on how close you are to your genetic potential. A complete beginner may be able to gain 20lbs (9kg) or muscle in his first year whereas someone training for 4 years may only be able to gain 4 pounds (2kg) a year. Here is a table that shows the maximum rate of muscle gain achievable at any training status. Ok, what do you do with this information? It shows you how much weight you need to gain each month. Here's what I recommend: In your first year of training - gain 2-3 lbs per month In your second year of training - gain 1-2 lbs per month In your third year of training - gain 1-1.5 lbs per month In your fourth year and beyond - just focus on progressive overload meaning getting stronger. (coming out of the void) Bulking doesn't make any sense when you can only gain 3 lbs (1.5kg) per year. Even if you gain very slowly like 1lbs per month that is still going to be mostly fat gain. That's why as an intermediate or advanced lifter gaining strength without weight may be a good thing. If you're in your second year of training and beyond and your strength has gone up a lot but yur weight stayed the same for a few weeks, I wouldn't eat more. That's probably an indicator for lean gains. Note that sometimes there is a delay though between when you gain the strength and when you see your muscles getting bigger. But don't worry, strength gains in a medium rep range always lead to muscle growth. Alright now let's see how to track your weight accurately. *transition Your daily weigh-in can fluctuate a lot depending on how much food you ate the day before and your hydration status. That's why it's best to weight yourself at least 3 days in a row and do a daily average. What I do is I weight myself everyday and do a weekly average. And that average is the figure I track my progress with. Now I'm a little old school and I use the good old pen and paper but you can use whatever method you like for this. Look this is last week I weighed myself everyday and this is the average. The figures are in kilograms. Now why does your weight fluctuate? There are a million reasons but the 2 most important ones are: How much quantity of food you consumed to get your macros. You may get the same macros everyday but you're not getting the same quantity. For example 100g of carbs from potatoes is 500g of food. 100g of carbs from chocolate cereal is only 120g. That will show on the scale. This is my favorite brand although the name is not very inspired. Hydration status. How much water you hold in your body fluctuates a lot from day to day. Did you know that you lose about 1% of your bodyweight during sleep just through the moisture you exhale through your breath? Fun fact of the day. Alright and the final point, how do you know you're gaining muscle not fat. Two methods: Checking your relative strength. If your lifts are going up faster than your bodyweight, you're gaining mostly muscle mass. Ideally, for each pound you gain you should be able to add 3 pounds to your bench, 2lbs to your weighted chin up, 1-2 lbs to your standing press and 4-5 lbs on your squat or deadlift. This would be the ideal. If you can't quite achieve these number don't worry at least make sure you're gaining better than a 1 to 1 ratio - that's usually an indicator for fat gain. 2. Body part measurements There are 4 points you need to measure: Your waist, your chest, your shoulders and your arms. Your waist measurement is the most important because it usually correlates with your body fat percentage. You want your waist to stay the same or go up very slowly. I'm currently at 75.5 cm. Don't allow your waist to go up by more than 1cm (0.4 inches) every month. Then you measure your chest. It's best to measure it in the middle of your pecs because that way you can track the growth of your upper pecs as well. Which are essential for looking great. This measurement also tracks the growth of your lats. Then you measure your shoulders at the widest point. And your flexed arms at the widest point.
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