By adding a small serving of carbs to a fat-adapted carnivore diet, you’ll be able to maximise your muscle building potential.
The optimal fat loss programme isn’t a race to the bottom. It’s a steady descent that prioritises strength training and nutrient density.
Whether you’re overtraining or underrecovering, these tips will pull you into a different stratosphere in your ability to build muscle and strength.
It’s the cheapest, the most versatile, and is probably the most nutritious cut of beef to boot. You need to be including this on your carnivore menu.
Lifting heavy objects and putting them back down might seem like a simple enough plan to get behind, but there are plenty of ways to mess it up.
The fact is, you can’t expect to bench way to a big chest. That’s because chest training suffers from the same predicament as glutes. A lack of isolation, and the neglect of variation.
Most of us have a decent idea of how to train the glutes. But when it comes to nailing the technique and optimising the routine, the majority still find ways to trip up. So this guide isn’t going to reinvent any wheels. It’s more of a reminder to stick with the golden rules of muscle building.
If you’re going to take up a diet with the long term gains in mind, then it’s worth seeking out the optimal version.
You might turn up your nose at the thought of freshly sliced beef liver, but the benefits of organs are just too good to look past.