“If you are a skinny guy there is nothing more frustrating than eating everything in sight and still not being able to put on muscle mass. I know because I struggled with this myself. Learning how to gain weight fast if you’re skinny is made complicated because the truth is, you’re getting bad advice. Most will tell you that in order to get big you have to eat big. This is just too damn simplified to have any real merit. As I show you in this video, in order to build muscle if you are skinny you need to FIRST focus on the quality of the food you eat before you even think about the quantity. Eating a lot of bad food will do nothing to help you build muscle size since the building blocks are founded on garbage.”How to Gain Weight if You’re Skinny Continue reading
The time has finally come, and you will be married soon. Planning your wedding is no small task. However, with the right advice you can plan an event that will give you some of your best memories. Read on and you will find some tips that can turn potential chaos into beauty.
When you are marrying someone, it is important to work as a team when it comes time to plan your wedding. Try to optimize your decisions by coming to a compromise on the disagreements that you have so that you can both be as happy as possible when your big day comes.
When you are planning to tie the knot, pick your bridesmaids in advance. This will help you to take away a lot of the pressure that you will face when you are getting married. Make sure that your picks are very personal to you and are key people in your life.
If you have guests who are traveling to a destination wedding, make sure that you give them gift baskets at the hotel they are staying at. This will help to show the appreciation that you have for them for changing their plans and traveling to be a part of your festivities.
Hiring an unknown or untested photographer can really be throwing caution to the wind when it comes to the lasting memories of your wedding. You want every moment of your big day captured in pictures you and your future spouse can treasure for a life time, so don’t take chances on a cheap photographer or one that has not shown proof of his or her expertise!
The day before you have your wedding, you should pamper yourself as much as possible by going to a spa for a massage. This will allow you to reduce the stress and tension of the days leading up to your wedding so that you feel more comfortable walking down the aisle.
If you are planning a wedding, consider keeping your guest list on the smaller side. You can save money by having not so many guests. You can show your small number of guests’ greater details such as large gift baskets, large meals, and limo services. This can be paid for just by reducing your guest list.
If you’ve been asked to photograph a wedding but are new to the job, your most important task it to create a shot list. Ask the couple what kind of photographs they would like you to take and then make a checklist to guide you through the wedding and ease your stress level.
As you are planning your wedding and stressing about the cost and details, take some time to talk to some of your recently-married friends, both female and male, to help put things in perspective. Ask what the best and worst aspect of the day was for them, what they wished they had invested more time and money in and what, in retrospect, was a waste of effort. If you can get some feedback from those who have been through it before you, you can save a lot of heartache freaking out about the color of the tissue insert in your invitations and deal with what really matters.
Using these tips and others like them will help you get to the alter with a smile on your face. You can make the most of your day and the most of your budget and perhaps create a lifetime of fond memories.
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“In today’s video, I’m going to go over how much protein you should consume in a day. Protein is essential for building muscle, burning fat, supporting organs, supporting thyroid and adrenal glands, and helping your overall health. If you’re trying to heal and regenerate your body, then I would recommend consuming 50% of your body weight in grams of protein a day. If you weigh 160 pounds then I would recommend 80 grams of protein a day in your diet. If you’re trying to burn fat, then I would recommend 75% of your body weight in protein in grams a day because you’re going to replace extra carbohydrates in your diet and consume more protein to burn more fat. If you weigh 160 pounds, then you would consume 100-120 grams of protein a day. If you’re trying to build muscle, then I would recommend consuming 100% of your body weight in protein in grams a day. If you weigh 160 pounds, then you should be consuming 160 grams of protein a day. Depending on what your goal is for your body, you will want to modify your protein intake in your diet. “How Much Protein Do You Need Per Day? Continue reading
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“QUESTION: Hello, Mr. Labrada, my name is Joseph, and I would like to ask you if I should do a full body workout or a split. In my gym, many people do a split routine but I was led to believe full body workouts are more effective. Should I do a full-body workout 3 times a week or split up my bodyparts? ANSWER: The answer to this question depends primarily on how much experience you have in the gym. Generally speaking, beginners can benefit greatly from a full body program. During your full-body workout phase, focus on compound movements. For optimal results, become best friends with compound movements like the Squat, Bench Press, Deadlift and and Bent Over Rows. Understanding and mastering these core compound movements will not only add mass to your frame but provide a solid base to grow from when you move to a split routine. So when is a good time to switch to a split routine? This is different for everyone, but my recommendation to you is to make this decision based on how well you are recovering. If you find you simply can’t recover from one full-body workout to the next, it’s probably time to move to a split routine. Split routines allow more volume for each body-part and additional exercises to work the muscle from all angles, plus more rest time between workouts for the same bodyparts. I would advise you try a standard 3 day Push/Pull split initially. For example, you might do Chest/Shoulders/Triceps on a Monday. Take Tuesday off, then work your Quads, Hams and Calves on a Wednesday. Then take a day off and do Back/Biceps/Abs on Friday. This means you also keep the weekends free, which serves as a great recovery period. This isn’t the only split routine that will work of course, but it will help you to transition from a full body workout program. “ Full Body Workout – Or Split Routine? Continue reading
“Step by step guide to an easy way to build your own nutrition plan, that meets your needs and will help to you to your goals. Step 1: -Convert your weight into kilograms ( divide bodyweight in lbs by 2.2) -For males: multiply your bodyweight in kg by 24 -For females: multiply bodyweight in kg by 0.9 and then by 24 -Find the multiplier corresponding to your body fat percentage (estimate) -The value you get is your BMR (basal metabolic rate), this is the number of calories your body burns to maintain its vital functions at rest. Step 2: -Multiply your BMR by the multiplier corresponding to your activity level. -The result is your TDEE (total daily energy expenditure) Step 3: -Determine your goals -If your goal is to gain weight, eat 250-500 surplus, if your goal is to lose weight eat a deficit of 250-500, if you want to maintain your weight eat at your TDEE. Step 4: -Your protein intake should be 1-1.5g per pound of bodyweight, 1 if your goal is to lose weight, 1.5g if you want to build muscle. For losing weight -Calculate your protein intake (200lb male who wants to lose weight 200g) and multiply it by 4 = 800kcal -1g of protein has 4kcal, 1g carbs 4kcal & 1g fats 9kcal. -Deduct the caloric amount of protein from your caloric goal -The calories that are left will come from fats and carbs. -Calculate 20% of your caloric goal for fats. -The rest will come from carbs. For building muscle: -Make sure at least 50% of daily calories come from carbs. DONE!”How To Build A Meal Plan Continue reading