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5 Tips For Gaining Lean Muscle Mass Without Getting Fat

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Bulking up in the gym takes a lot of effort and hard work. You must take a good care of your diet to get good results. Here are five tips which will help you.1

1. Increase Your Clean Calorie Intake

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Bulking doesn’t mean that eating a lot of junk food will help you. Get your extra cals from meals high in protein and low-glycemic carbs. Eating a lot of healthy dairy can help you.

2. Plan Your Day’s Major Carbohydrate Intake Around Your Exercise And Workout Regime

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An overdose of carbs can lead to a spike in your insulin levels, ultimately leading to fat gain. On the other hand, it’s wrong to completely stop eating carbs for your meals. If you have a sitting job, it’s going to be very difficult for you to bulk proportionately. Make sure your carbs are coming from sweet potatoes, oatmeal, brown rice, and whole grains.

3. Dietary Fat Doesn’t Make You Fat

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The healthy fats in your diet will not make you fat, but provide adequate energy for your heavy workouts. Fats from sources like nuts, avocado, whipped butter, and eggs must be included in your diet.

4. Don’t Overdo Your Cardio

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High Intensity Cardio can work out for your fast fat loss, but going overboard with this would kill your lean muscles. When your primary goal is preserving calories for the right workout, you wouldn’t want to get tired with the cardio itself.

5. Lift Only The Heavy Weight You Can

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It’s a thumb rule for gaining muscles, you can only lift the amount of weight that you can to prevent fatigue and muscle damage. Do not go overboard to test your strength.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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