Are you sick of diets that instead of helping you put on lean muscle actually end up with you softer and fatter than you were before? If this sounds like you then I’m glad you have found this page on the best endomorph diet and I strongly suggest you keep reading….
Are you confused about the best muscle building diet to use and are sick of wasting money on diets that don’t work?
You’re not alone.
That happens to just about everyone but the rarest genetically gifted freaks.
Most people end up gaining one pound of fat for every pound of muscle.
AND THAT’S IF YOU’RE LUCKY!
So how do you make the most of your naturally muscular and bulky endomorph frame, without overloading your body with unnecessary extra weight and fat?
Below are four VERY important muscle building diet tips to help you gain size without the unwanted body fat. These are also added to more fully and in great length in the Renegade Diet Plan, which covers the exact diets and requirements needed for an endomorph.
1) Eat Slightly More Calories Than You Burn
If you want to build muscle you will have to eat more food than your typical layman who doesn’t train whatsoever. However it is not as much as you might think think.
When you grossly overeat and pack in all the food you can manage you will not only gain weight but your waist and body-fat percentage will also increase. Not good!
A better approach would be to eat just a bit more than you burn so you have some calories left over to build muscle but not enough to gain fat.
A simple way to judge it is if you’re getting fatter, cut calories. If you’re losing weight bump them up.
Often the simplest solutions are the most effective!
2) Eat Real, Whole Foods
The majority of anyone’s diet should come from non-processed food such as free range egga (instead of battery-farmed ones), wild caught seafood, organic red meat and poultry, potatoes, fruit, vegetables, nuts and healthy fatty oils (coconut, red palm, olive oil, avocado, fish).
3) Time Your Carbs Properly
To undertake high intensity muscle building workouts you definitely need to have fueled your body with carbs. However you shouldn’t overdo it because carbohydrates will pile on fat extremely quickly. The way to avoid this is by eating more carbs on training days and fewer carbs on off days.
The majority of your carbs should be eaten post workout and/or at night which is contrary to common belief.
4) Focus on Protein
Your muscle building diet should be built around a base of protein. A good formula is:
1.5 x your body weight in grams.
For instance I weigh roughly 80kg so I should consume around 120g of protein.
In some case you may supplement your diet with 1-2 protein shakes because they are a simple weigh of getting in extra nutrients without having to prepare another entire meal.
Example of a clean non-training day (bump up the carbs in the evening on a training day) could be:
+ 2 Bulk Protein Shakes (300 Calories each, 20g Protein each)
THE RENEGADE DIET
ALL of this advice is adapted from the Renegade Diet Plan which covers everything to do with endomorph diet requirements and will absolutely make you liquidise fat and give you the body you always wanted.
I believe the Renegade Diet Plan is THE superior, most extensively researched and most effective results-driven diet plan in the world right now.
I want everyone to message me and keep me updated as you start shedding the fat and piling on the pounds of muscle by using the best endomorph diet plan on the market.
Good luck with the journey, I can’t wait to hear your stories!
Founder of the ‘Body Type Fitness Network’