[Video] Eating for Muscle: A Primer for Women

“You’ve got to eat more!”

Has anyone ever told you this? Most likely not – we women are conditioned from girlhood to eat LESS. We’re afraid of the “F” word – fat.

But if you want to build muscle dear ladies, you’ve got to eat more. More calories combined with a heavy lifting program and an appropriate aerobic component can spell MO’ MUSCLE without more fat.

In this video I’ll tell you why and how you can eat for muscle. Get serious about eating for muscle now!

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Comments

  1. John Donovan says:

    nice!

  2. Great info as always girl!
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  3. Ummmmmmmmmmmmmm, no argument here!!!! 🙂 I did the wrong things when I was young & stupid! 🙂
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  4. I struggle with getting enough protein, but didn’t even realize how off I was until I started tracking (like a certain person suggested…*ahem*) with MyFitness Pal. It’s only been one week so far and I plan to do a bit more to get that good picture. 🙂 I love your tips to help me do a quick personal check.
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  5. Excellent video! I am really working on making healthy eating my default position, not constantly relying on willpower to stay on track.
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  6. great video! I really want to jut be a healthy eater, I always feel better when I am eating good, but I an a stress eater. Definitely gotto break that habit
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    • The next time you’re on the verge of stress eating, take a 10-minute power walk, write in a journal, call a confidant, or drink a nice big glass of water. We feel successful when we’re able to thwart it even once, and over time, this is how habits are changed. Try it and let me know how it goes!

  7. Use both the scale and caliper before starting your mass-gaining diet to establish a starting point, then continue to use them on a weekly basis to chart your progress, or lack thereof, and make changes to your diet where necessary.
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