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Bodytype Diet

Bodytype Diet

Ectomorph

Characteristics:

Thin and lean body, with a very fast metabolism. Possesses low body fat percentages and limited natural muscle mass. Traditional hard gainer, has difficulty adding muscle mass, size and weight.

Diet:

Eat frequent nutrient dense meals every 2-3 hours. Make sure you’re getting sufficient calories from protein, carbs and healthy fats with each meal. Get at least 1.0 – 1.5 grams of protein per pound of body weight. Try using a nutrient dense shake between regular meals to save you time. Have a meal before going to bed at night. Consistently increase calories over time as you add more muscle weight.

Supplements:

Have one weight-gain or protein shake each day with a meal and another one right before bedtime. Take creatine to help your energy levels during training and aid muscular adaptation. Taking HMB is probably a good idea as well. Extra glutamine too, at the very least it should help you fight off colds and other illnesses that often accompany catabolic prone hard gainers.

Mesomorph

Characteristics:

Athletic build, naturally muscular and strong. Genetically gifted in terms of overall muscle building potential. Proportionate shape and symmetry. Aesthetic physique includes V-taper, rounded shoulders and sweeping thighs.

Diet:

Vary your diet to keep gains and body fat losses coming. Always keep your protein levels up to maximize your gifted genetics for muscle growth. Minimum of 30% protein. Manipulate your fat and carbohydrate intake occasionally. Stay away from too much sugar.

Supplements:

Try stacking with protein, creatine, vanadyl sulfate and HMB. Find out what works best for you by tracking your progress. 30-40 grams of protein every 2-3 hours is a must during your hard training cycles.

Endomorph

Characteristics:

Large bone structure usually possessing significant mass. Slow metabolism; body stores considerable body fat, often hiding muscular development. Gains both muscle and fat weight easily. Fat loss is difficult.

Diet:

Minimize carbs and limit unhealthy fat intake. Keep protein intake high, 35%-40% range. Avoid sugary foods and drinks. Small frequent meals 6-7 times a day. Low glycemic carbs and good essential fatty acids are a must. Late night snacking except for pure protein should be avoided. May need to closely monitor calorie intake and body fat measurements to find out best range for more muscle and less fat. Eat slowly

Supplements:

Avoid weight gainers like the plaque. Protein is particularly crucial, not only for muscle, but also to help raise your metabolism and cut appetite. Thermogenic products are probably a plus if no health worries. Creatine and HMB are probably best used after you’ve shedded significant body fat.

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