When you eat, your body converts the calories in your food into usable energy. We get calories from three main energy sources: carbohydrates, protein and fat.
If you are reading this, the answer is probably not. You might think it is your nutrition holding you back, and you are probably right about this, but your training is probably not helping.
Macronutrients, or macros for short, are the fuel in your food which your body needs to keep itself going. When you hear people talking about macros, they are usually just talking about our three sources of energy: fat, protein and carbohydrates.
Training schedules are a hotly disputed subject with countless suggestions for how you can plan your week for training.
I've talked quite a bit about fat loss in the past, but today I'm going to help you prioritise your effort for an honest look at fat loss and body composition.
I may be best known for my work training actors for film roles like "The Wolverine", "Assassins Creed" and "X-Men" but I have also helped thousands of men just like you build muscle, drop fat, plus look and feel amazing.
Muscle gain comes from two places: the gym and the kitchen. If you are trying to build muscle and you havent considered your diet then it's time you did.
Muscle building is a complex issue with rep ranges being one of the most highly discussed and disputed topics.
Periodisation is the planning or organisation of a training regime to reach peak performance at exactly the right time, for an event, competition or other purpose.