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The method I prefer to use myself and with clients, (and which I think you’ll prefer) is a lean gaining approach.This enables you to gain muscle, albeit at a slightly slower rate, but with much less in the way of fat gain.

Plus, for those of you who carry a large amount of muscle mass and have a higher bodyweight, your calorie intake will be fairly high.

Carbs and fat are inversely proportional, so the more you have of one, the less you have of the other.

Here’s how to work out your required calories – Take your bodyweight in pounds and multiply it by 18, 20 or 22 – Multiply by 18 if you have a sedentary job and train hard with weights two to three times per week.

Multiply by 20 if you have an active job and train hard with weights two to three times per week, or have a sedentary job but train hard with weights four to six times per week, or two to three times per week with additional high-intensity cardio sessions thrown in.

Bodybuilders tend to have two different approaches to bulking; the “eat everything” approach, which involves not monitoring calorie intake, and just eating virtually as much food as is physically comfortable.

This can yield excellent gains in muscle and strength, but brings with it a lot of added fat mass, often in as high as a 2:1 to 4:1 fat to muscle ratio.Multiply by 22 if you have an active job and train hard with weights four to six times per week, or you’re an athlete performing multiple weights and cardio sessions weekly or even daily.In my experience, women gain muscle much more slowly than men, mainly due to having lower levels of muscle-building hormones like testosterone.Alcohol is a fourth macronutrient and has 7 calories per gram, but for now we’re not overly concerned with this.Bulking refers to the process of gaining body weight, preferably in the form of muscle mass.Take your bodyweight in pounds and multiply it by 0.8 to get your required protein intake per day.If you read the cutting blog, you may be surprised that protein requirements are lower here than they were for dieting, considering we think of protein as the “Building blocks of muscle.” More protein = more muscle, right? The general consensus of the research suggests that you need around 0.8 grams per pound daily to build and maintain muscle mass.This should be largely based off personal preference, as provided you’re hitting a minimum of 0.3 and not exceeding 0.6, you’re okay.To determine what your ideal intake should be, ask yourself what your favourite types of foods are.Following up from my previous post on calculating the calories and macros you need for a successful cut or fat loss diet, I decided to continue in the same vein and write a similar blog on estimating calorie and macro needs for bulking.Here’s the cutting post – Starting as we did in the above, let’s first define macronutrients and bulking: Macros are protein, carbs and fat.

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