"Focus Food is just... wow. I can't explain how overwhelming they are and the energy and feeling I get is beastly. Can't believe it's 100% natural ingredients that make this up. Should've ordered six boxes in the first place. GREAT JOB!" (Chris T. - Scotland)
"Ideal Pump + Blue Gatorade = Glory. It tastes like a fruit roll-up that gets you jacked." (Evan D. - Virginia)
"Whats going on guys, just ordered some focus food and whey protein for PrimeTime World Headquarters. We are waiting on about 7 other packages from other people so I was a little surprised today when the GI Nutrition box was the first to arrive about 20 hours after we placed the order. Keep up the good work!" (Tyler L. - Massachusetts)
Monday. Rant. Question/Answer.
Killed my legs today. I hate the internet. I HATE bodybuilding.com. Why? Because there are people saying that they had "cheat meals" which consisted of chicken and rice and where over maintenance today. Like they even fucking know what their maintenance is? Drop your stupid fucking 100 calorie pack of nasty snacks and dig your fork into shit-tons of whole, healthy, natural food. I am writing an article similar to the supplement one (thought more in depth and taking more time). Let me know if you want the link and we can talk after I write it. Counting calories = stupid. Answering an Email: Nic, Do you have any tips on gaining weight? I know alot of people try and lose weight but for football i need to gain. I eat alot as well as lift alot but I can't seem to get past 295-97. Its getting to the point where eating is becoming a chore that is a hassle doing. Any tips would be helpful thanks. Keegan, 297 is a bigggg boy. I know how it goes though, especially with practices creeping up soon you're going to want to have some extra fluff. Dont even get me started on people who are trying to lose weight..like somehow weighing less makes you look better? [caption id="attachment_793" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Less weight = better?"][/caption] Okay, back to the important stuff. I know eating can be difficult, but you have to start getting more bang for your buck. Assuming you're getting all the protein you need and adequate carbohydrates start thinking calorie-dense. That means olive oils, peanut butter, almonds. These foods, especially olive oil are far less filling than say..a chicken breast but have many more calories. Pouring olive oil over salads and meats can give you hundreds of extra calories (healthy too). With every meal have a scoop of peanutbutter, or wait till right before bed and eat as many scoops of PB as meals you had during the day. This will keep you anabolic throughout the night also. Another important aspect of gaining weight is peri-workout nutrition. After (and during if it doesnt upset your stomach) a workout consume a shake with tons of carbs and quality protein... this will shuttle some nutrients into your muscles and trigger some growth. Quick Recap: Nutrient dense foods that dont fill you up as quickly (including shakes and drinks). Post workout carbs + Protein. Bedtime PB. Now beat that motherfucking senior bastard ahead of you on the depth chart - goodluck Relentless