Beard Czar Ingredients This is one of the oldest muscle building quotes, likely dating back to the 70’s and becoming a very popular saying in the 80’s. And there’s a whole lot of truth to it.
The fastest way gain muscle quickly is through eating. Yes, you have to have a good weight lifting workout in place, but given that you are training hard and relatively heavy, then the next major step is putting your time in at the kitchen table.
Here’s what to eat to build muscle fast:
- Protein. The base of each and every meal is protein. We are talking beef, chicken, turkey and eggs. Forget about measly protein sources like a handful of nuts, a can of tuna fish, or a scoop or protein powder. You need some big, calorie dense protein sources. Good, strong portions are also required. If you have chicken try to go for 2 chicken breasts. Eggs try to go for 4-8 eggs (with a mix of yolks and whites only). Go for a half pound or more of quality beef. You get the idea.
- In previous articles I explained in great detail the many different HIT or high intensity techniques that are used to increase intensity during bodybuilding training to dramatically increase muscle size and strength.
Variables such as forced reps, negatives, negative-accentuated, omni-contraction, rest-pause and many others were included in routines that reward the bodybuilder with much more rapid gains than traditional, lower intensity programs will. Beard Czar
One of the techniques, Rolling Static Partials, was utilized in several of the routines. Instead of rehashing all of the variables explained in my previous article this article is going to focus on my Rolling Static Partials variable, explaining it in more detail.
What makes this HIT variable so effective? Each of the other variables effect the muscles being trained in a unique way. Rolling Static Partials combine the benefits of all three.
Burn reps increase the intensity by quickly accelerating demands on the muscle by grinding out additional short reps after the trainee is no longer capable of completing more full reps.
Partials, or zone reps, focus on maximizing effort on different portions of an exercise and enable the lifter to hit muscular failure more than once during an exercise. There are endless variations on zones in an exercise so this variable allows one to train a muscle with what amounts to a new exercise every session if desired.
uper-X Contractions is a versatile technique, which like zone partials, offers nearly limitless variations. For example, holds can be done at the sticking point of an exercise or at the portion, or zone, where you are strongest. TOC, or time under contraction, can be 1-40 seconds in duration depending on the desired effect. This is one of the most, if not the most intense variable, making it one of the most productive for muscle-building and strength development.
One of the most effective variables for overcoming and training beyond sticking points in an exercise, whether its one of the power lifts or a regular training exercise, is partial reps.