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¡Increíble! Su rutina en el gimnasio lo transformó en 'Hulk'

2015-11-09 15:27:02
¡Increíble! Su rutina en el gimnasio lo transformó en 'Hulk'

La vida de Martyn Ford cambió desde que inició un duro entrenamiento en el gimnasio. Este joven inglés luce totalmente diferente a cómo era hace 13 años, pues hoy pesa 150 kilos y lo han apodado en las redes sociales como ‘Hulk’.

Daily Mail señala que como parte de su rutina, gasta cada semana 400 dólares solo en alimentación, pues comer bien lo ayuda a mantener su masa muscular. Su amor por el gimnasio lo llevó a abrir uno propio y a estudiar nutrición, ciencias del deporte y educación física.

 

 

 

 

Young lads after weight gain. Ok so I’ve had a lot of similar inbox messages about weight gain and food for the skinny lad who eats like a horse. A common mistake is that people generally eat as many calories as they can to gain weight, this is fine, if those calories are from quality food sources. The problem arises when there not, if the calories are from so called junk foods your just filling up your stomach with empty calories. Yes food , but not food with any value. Having a fast metabolism means your body needs more of the good nutrients, not less! Stick to the good foods such fish, eggs, chicken, steak, oats, rice, sweet potatoes, veg and salad , nuts and seeds. Aim for around 2,500 calories to start. If your not gaining weight increase daily intake slowly. Aim for 3-4 weight sessions , no more than 45 min. Overtraining will just make gaining weight even harder! Good luck and feel free to leave notes on here to help others. #gain #weight #muscle

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Training Tips for new comers to the game. The most important part of training is understanding your body, your body type and being realistic to your level. There is no point following the program of a pro body builder if you’ve literally just walked into the gym. Building the body is a process, to build a solid building, it must be done a brick at a time. So with that been said here is an excellent way to introduce your body to training. Level one program: Monday: whole body Tuesday: rest Wednesday: whole body Thursday: rest Friday: whole body Sat: rest Sunday: rest Ideal routine to be performed with 3 sets of 10-12 reps and 45-60 rest between sets. Deadlift Bent Over Row Chest Press Shoulder Press Uptight Row Squat Leg Press Hamstring Curl Follow this program for 4-6 wks , gradually increasing the weights been used in the exercise. If you find performing the deadlift and squat to much, replace deadlift with pull ups or pull downs if you can’t do those. Nutrition Aim to eat 6 meals per day, be sure that your biggest meals and breakfast, pre and post training. These meals should really focus on quality foods, on average aim for 25-35 g of protein, 40-60 g of carb and 10-15 g fats in these meals. Hydration is very important! Your water intake is key to success. Supplements A great supplement to consume is BCAA, take these am , pre/intra/post training and before bed. Protein shake and carbs drink post training is also key with in 20 minutes of training (golden window) you can eat food here, but for practical reasons shakes tend to be much easier. I’m using the ‘alldayyoumay’ www.rich-Piana.com for my BCAA and glutamine intake. Remember eat well, train hard and supplement smart! Quality food and structured training is key! Good luck 5percentnutrition #martynford #training #growth #motivation #getstarted</a></p><p style="color: #c9c8cd; font-family: Arial,sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 17px; margin-bottom: 0; margin-top: 8px; overflow: hidden; padding: 8px 0 7px; text-align: center; text-overflow: ellipsis; white-space: nowrap;">Una foto publicada por Martyn Ford (martynford1982) el 5 de Nov de 2015 a la(s) 2:15 PST