EASY Weight Gain for Today’s Athlete!

 

EASY Weight Gain for Today’s Athlete

 

As an athlete you have probably struggled with gaining and maintaining weight.   Don’t start next season the same weight you are today.   If you gain the right weight the right way you will find an extra bonus beside the scale moving up. You will likely find your lifts go up in the gym AND you have more energy on the court, track or field.

Whether with a Sycamore H.S. volleyball player getting ready to go to Arkansas, or a football player at NIU, or an NIU grad moving on to the NFL…body weight always plays a role. In the last two weeks a local quarterback I am working with has gain over 2 lbs.

Simple things they did and you should too….

Eat and eat often.

You should be eating every 2-4 hours.   Each meal should contain protein. Remember protein provides the amino acids that are the raw materials for tissue repair and growth. The simplest way to look at this is as follows; protein is like the 2×4’s in your house. No 2×4’s no house. Forget the protein is bad for your liver and kidneys. This is completely unfounded as there has never been a study to support this. So eat your protein.

Don’t tell me you can put a whole pizza away. I know you can eat a lot. But you need to eat a lot OFTEN!

Breakfast and Training

The two most important meals of the day are breakfast (and this should not come out of a box) and post workout. Post workout includes after weight training, after practice, after a game, after speed and agility at Fitworkz.

Supplements

Supplements are not a replacement for food. We get athletes all the time that want to load up on supplements…but fail to fix their eating habits. You have to fix food first. Then supplements offer a convenient way to get enough food when you need it.

Here is the supplement program one local athlete has used to gain 2 lbs in less than 2 weeks:

Postworkout/Practice/Training (half before training and half after)

  • 4 Scoops Mass Maker
  • 2 Scoop Provosyn

 

Supplements

  • 2 Ultra 40 per meal
  • 2 Mass Aminos per meal
  • 1 Super Pak with Meal 1

 

Meal Replacemnt Shake

  • 2 Beverly International UMP
  • 2 TBS Heavy Whipping Cream
  • Handful of Berries

 

A few words on OLD SCHOOL supplements the Super Pak, Mass Aminos and Ultra 40.

Super Pak

Product Type: Multi-Vitamin/Mineral Packet (30 packets)

 

Rated #1 by Planet Muscle magazine, Super Pak is the ultimate “insurance plan” against micro-nutritional (i.e. vitamin and mineral) inadequacies. Each packet contains a pre-assorted selection of tablets and capsules loaded with an array of time-released vitamins, chelated minerals, enzymes, superfoods, and more.

 

Beverly has clients who have used Super Pak for years. They say it keeps them healthy and free from colds, improves the health of their skin, gives them more energy, and makes their muscles more responsive to training.

 

Secrets to Success

 

  • Take 1 packet daily.

 

Ultra 40

 

  • Product Type: 100% Argentine Beef Liver with Blood & Muscle Building Support Factors
  • Size: 500 tablets

 

Bodybuilders of all ages use Ultra 40 to amp up the muscle-building power of their workouts. These super-concentrated liver tablets are rich in B vitamins, heme iron, and other nutrients that promote greater muscle stamina, pumps, recovery, and growth.

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Secrets to Success

 

  • Take 1 tablet of Ultra 40 per 10 pounds of body weight, per day.
  • Spread your daily allotment of tablets out across the day and take with meals.

 

Mass Amino Acids

  • Product Type: Advanced Amino Acid Nitrogen Technology with Peptide-Bonded Amino Acids (PBAAs)
  • Size: 500 tablets

With a verified buyer rating of 9.8 out of 10 on Bodybuilding.com, Mass Amino Acids is no ordinary amino acid tablet formula. It is distinguished by high levels of peptide-bonded amino acids (PBAAs), which studies suggest have up to double the anabolic potency of regular food.

Secrets of Success

  • Combine Mass Amino Acids with Ultra 40.
  • Take 1 tablet of Mass Aminos per 10 pounds of body weight, per day.
  • Spread your daily allotment of tablets out across the day and take with meals.

Rest

7-9 hours of sleep is a must. Turn the TV, Xbox, etc off and get some quality sleep.

Training

Training is second to food in terms of gaining quality mass. Training is different than exercise. Training means you have a plan in the weight room. You plan to do more in the weight room every time you train. Every time you train you record what you did. In black and white you should be able to say and show why you made progress in today’s workout over last weeks. Remember that which is measured can be improved. Saying things like “I remember what I did last week in the squat…” yeah sure you do and your competitor that trained, had a plan, wrote it down and knows for sure why she is better this week is going to crush you in competition.

So what can you expect after 8 weeks? Most report gaining 6-8 lbs of muscle.

Get the Supplement Stack, Training and Nutrition Program for $120 (over half off!)

FitWorkz offers speed, agility, and sports performance training in DeKalb. Athletes from Dekalb, Sycamore, Genoa, Hinckley, Shabbona, Dixon, Rock Falls speed and agility training at FitWorkz.   Training increases speed, vertical jump, lateral agility and more. Athletic nutrition programming and counseling using the “Eat by Color” for athletes program is also available.

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