Here’s the next episode of the UNCENSORED Podcasts Season 2.
Today’s topic: Eating for Muscle Gain and Fat Storage
How Do You Store Fat?
When we eat more calories than our body can use we begin to store those extra calories as fat. Although this process occurs in both men and women, the primary locations of fat storage differs betweeen the two genders. For example, men tend to store fat in the stomach region while women in the hip/thigh region. This genetic predisposition of fat storage leads to a variety of body types or shapes: “Apple, Pear, Banana” just to name a few.
As a person begins to exceed the standard Body Mass Index (BMI) range their body shape eventually balloons into a rounded appearance. Nevertheless, there is a popular belief amongst people that even if they are below the BMI range known as obese, their body shape is dictated by their genetic predispositions for fat storage. However, this is only partially true.
There is no category of body shape that will restrict you from building muscle only in a certain area.
Once you lose the fat necessary to achieve the lean, ripped look we begin to look very similar to one another. What will make the biggest difference is the size of your muscles. Everyone will look different at their ideal numbers of course, but the overall body shape will be the same. Once you lose the fat, your body’s fat storage patterns become irrelevant.
So it’s up to you, you can choose whether to let your genetic predispositions dictate how you store fat or change your physical appearance through strategic training and add more size to your frame.
How Much Do You Need to Build Muscle
The second part of this podcast (maybe the more important to you) is about the amount of food/calories you need to consume to build muscle.
So it would seem that overeating doesn’t help. So what’s the answer then, how much do you really need to eat to avoid undereating, but also overeating? What do you have to do?
If you are asking yourself those questions you are missing two critical factors to your success.
The two factors that must be taken into consideration are birth and/or training age.
A 17 year old guy who just started training is a different case compared to a guy who is in his late 40s and has been training hard for the last 15 years.
Which is exactly what Brad Pilon and John Barban are going to discuss today. So, if that is something that interests you, just scroll down to log inside the AI cockpit and listen to this episode.
In today’s UNCENSORED training, you will also discover:
- Whether there is anything you can do to improve your physique besides fat loss and muscle building
- What BMI/BF% range you will need to be under to allow your muscles to dictate your body shape
- What waist percentage of your height is still safe for “bulking“
- Whether there is actually an amount of calories you need to eat to build muscle
- What determines how much you need to eat to build muscle at the rate you want
- Learn what stubborn fat is and whether it’s any different from the rest of your body fat
- What it means when people store fat in as opposed to around the muscle
- What it takes to add more muscle if not bulking
- What role does birth and/or training age play in your diet if your goal is building muscle
- What do you do after you get to your ideal numbers? Do u need to keep training or Is it possible to grow even more?
- How to eat for muscle gain according to your waist and shoulder measurements, when to stop and when to eat more to avoid under eating