Ting Plan Phase 1 Business Plan

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ting plan Phase 1: Bulk upFor many skinny guys this is the most difficult part both physically and mentally. You are going to have to eat a lot more than you are used to eating. It may be uncomfortable to do this at first. You will have to eat a meal every 2 to 4 hours in order to consume 5 to 6 sizeable meals per day. Keep in mind that to create change there is always some level of discomfort. To be comfortable is to stay the same.The mental discomfort comes from the fact that you will need to gain some extra fat during this phase. It is not only likely, it is actually necessary. You see, your body can use both muscle and fat for energy when no food is readily available to burn as fuel. Fat is your long term fuel storage and muscle is used for more short term storage. Your body will resist storing muscle if there is not an adequate supply of fat on the body. Often a skinny guy will begin a weight gain program, find that he is developing a little bit of a gut and revert back to the “better skinny than fat” mentality and quit his program or at least cut back so much on food that no gains are made. Don’t let this happen to you. Be prepared for this and determine to keep moving forward.…show more content…
Bodybuilders do this all the time, they are not “competition ready” all year long. Buy some baggy shirts and realize that it will all be worth it in the end.Use the following food lists as a guide to planning your meals. Each meal will consist of protein and a carbohydrate. You should plan on having two servings of either flax seed oil, olive oil or nuts (watch the serving size) per day. The oils may be used in your salad or the olive oil in preparing your food if desired, but everything should be broiled, grilled, baked or boiled to minimize the fat

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