Watch Part 1 First! 🤍youtu.be/T1KWzGJuVoc TDEE (Calories) Calculator 🤍tdeecalculator.net/ Help me make more cheesy content: 🤍youtube.com/picturefit/join Discord ► 🤍discord.gg/picturefit For Cheesy Fitness Jokes ► 🤍twitter.com/Picture_Fit For Cheesy Fitness Pics ► 🤍instagram.com/picturefit/ Building muscle without gaining weight or building muscle without getting fat are very popular topics within the fitness world. With bulking and cutting seemingly always in the forefront in fitness strategies, one might wonder if there are other alternatives that do not require intentionally putting on more fat or going on difficult weight loss diets. Building muscle without gaining weight/fat is commonly known as body recomposition. In technical terms, body recomposition is simply changing the proportions of the mass types of your body, particularly the amount of lean mass, which includes muscle, compared to fat mass. Although bodyweight itself is not necessarily involved in body recomp, usually maintaining the same weight is a good sign that your composition is indeed changing when paired with an effective training and nutrition program (and your delts looking like boulders of course). So in this video, we're going to dive into the HOW-TO of building muscle without gaining weight! Picturefit on YouTube! I share some of my health and fitness tips with you. Come check out our content! New fitness topics on a weekly basis. Want to learn about more health and fitness topics? Ask it in the comments! Learn all you need to know and what to do at the gym. Learn about aerobics, strength, hypertrophy, power, and endurance! Any information in these videos should not be taken as personal healthcare advice. If you have questions about your health, please speak directly to your personal healthcare professional. #muscle #gains #lifting
Meat, meat, meat,fish,fish, fish, nuts and lift 6-7 days a week, <100g of complex carbs daily. It's hard to overeat on this kind of diet accompanied by 4x12-15 targeting every muscle group 2 to 3 times per week at least 3 but no more than 5 exercises per muscle group. No need to really overcomplicate things just weigh yourself weekly and adjust. Easier than cutting or bulking IMO tho not really optimal
All i heard is blah blah blah . U dont need all this $hit to build muscle . I u need is good hormone balance specially steroid and androgen, u dont need a surplus or defecit to build muscle , all u need to overload the muscle over time and thats it , food has nothing to do with building muscle
workout 5x a week no rest between?
Been on recomp for past months same weight, less fat, more muscular
@ dOEIKdiwraQ&t=6m37s 6:37 I could see that you always have a mini off-day everyday 🤣.
2022 Oct 18
If I have no money for gym what should I do instead? I don't have a way to do exercise with lots of weights
I don't dare to bulk because I hate cutting afterwards. This method is much more approachable for me.
I share all your videos with everyone I know. You can explain in simple terms what everyone else talks about for 30 minutes. A lot of people need to hear it. Jeff nippard yesterday did a minimalist workout video and I think your channel could benefit from a video on that topic
Thanks for the advice @PictureFit. I hope youtube.com/results?search_query=%23gregdoucette #gregdoucette covers this - since he has done both body building and triathlons. How would you incorporate cardio into this? Just run/swim/cycle on alternate days? Maybe rest one day. I think youtube.com/results?search_query=%23jeffnippard #jeffnippard recent video on mimnimilist training might be ideal to make sure you can optimise (not necessarily maximise results) your time to 'gains' or effort ratio.
May I also ask, most videos are about maximises muscle growth, what about optimising performance? I don't necessarily care about the way I look as compared to fitnes model or body builder, I'm more curious about finding the right body composition for a specific goal (in my case triathlons). Does it really just come to doing that practice a lot? To lift heavy, you have to train heavy. To run marathons, you have to run a lot.
1.6g of protein per kilo of ideal or current body weight?
please can you do a video on training and/or nutrition to improve osteoporosis and also osteoarthritis
I’m still doing “ the “ push up @picturefit
Great video, I really enjoy your content, keep them coming 👍
I've been doing this for a while unintentionally. It's just how my schedule works. Since I'm in college I never had any protein powder because of my budget especially now. It takes a long time (I've been doing it for 4 years now) and my body is in better shape than ever and it's much easier to manage diet than when I used to bulk/cut over large spans of time
So in short,clean bulking?
Excellent calculator but it shows very high protein intake. Like 2.5 grams per kg which is much higher than the usual recommendation of 1.5-2 grams per kg weigh
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