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     Fitness Tips For 7/25/2007

Bulking Cutting Bodybuilding

Are You Bulking Or Cutting?
By Zach Bashore

Very few people possess the knowledge needed to successfully gain 
muscle or lose fat. A person may know how to lose fat but most 
of you don't know how to keep all of your hard earned muscle in 
the process. On the flip side, you may know how to gain muscle, 
but you need to learn how to gain this muscle without the fear 
of fat gain. I am going to discuss the basics of bulking and 
cutting and hopefully give you the knowledge needed to complete 
your next bulking or cutting diet.

Bulking is simply eating more calories than what you are used to 
eating, but it`s not as simple as it seems. Your calories need 
to be from healthy bodybuilding foods and not from junk foods 
like pizza, chips, and cookies. The other hard part of bulking is 
determining your BMR or basal metabolic Rate.(Your BMR is 
basically the number of calories you'd burn if you stayed in bed 
all day.) To start, you should eat 500 calories over maintenance 
everyday. If you your gaining to much fat after a week reduce 
that number to 300. If you seem to not be getting any bigger then 
you should increase that number to 700 calories.

While cutting, your prime concern should be keeping muscle loss to 
a minimum. That is why you don`t want to crash diet and try losing 
weight to fast or you're most likely going to lose most of your 
hard earned muscle. To start, you should lower your calories from 
your BMR to roughly 300 fewer calories a day. You can change that 
number according to the results but 300 is a good number to start 
out at. You can either eat less food or do more cardiovascular 
exercise to burn these calories. How you do it will depend on 
the individual.

Some bodybuilders like to bulk up to the size of elephants before 
they decide that they`ve gained to much fat, and then they go on 
a cutting diet. Others seem to always be sporting a low bodyfat 
percentage year round and slowly gain muscle as time goes on. Again, 
how you go about it will depend on personal preference. I always 
try to stay relatively lean even during the off season because I 
cannot stand the thought of gaining fat.

So can I gain muscle while losing bodyfat as well? Some 
bodybuilders genetics allow for this while most of us sit in awe 
wondering how they did it. The use of steroids allow for fat 
loss and muscle gain at the same time but they are illegal and 
have unhealthy side effects. 

You need to decide what you want to do with your body right now. 
Do you carry around to much fat, are you to skinny, to small in 
the upper body? All of these factors determine what you decide 
to do with yourself. You are the only one responsible for the 
results you receive. 

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