Bodybuilding Progress Proof an Ectomorph (hardgainer) can get HUGE!!
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January 3, 2016 Brad Borland. Ectomorph Bodybuilding: 10 Hardgainer Myths That Must Die. The term hardgainer has been used and abused over the years.
Yes, it’s a description usually reserved for the skinny ectomorph types who find it difficult to gain even the minutest amount of muscle, but that’s where the truth stops and the lies, misunderstandings and myths begin. The word ectomorph is based on junk science, yes, but it caught on like wildfire in the bodybuilding community, and there’s a good reason for that. Ectomorph is a useful term when we’re talking about working out, eating a bulking diet, and adjusting our lifestyles for muscle growth. Here’s why: Not all skinny guys are ectomorphs.
Ectomorph Bodybuilding: 10 Hardgainer Myths That Must Die Are you a skinny, ectomorph hardgainer? Here are 10 bodybuilding myths and lies you need to stop believing today. Read now January 2, 2016 Alex Roberts The 10 Worst Pieces of Training Advice Ever Given December 10, 2015 Alex Roberts. Here are the first three of six bodybuilding myths that must be dispelled!
Deadly Bodybuilding Myths You Don’t Know Part 2 There are so many unproven bodybuilding myths that are still around us. Would you believe me if I said you are being scammed out of 90% of the muscle growth you should be getting because you have been mislead and. Anyway, I just want to commend you for this awesome site.
Based upon reading the comments here and on other articles and I conclude your an expert in bodybuilding especially in bulking the ectomorph. Very intelligent and sensible. Ectomorph Aesthetics article is very good I read it 3 times to absorb all the information. (I’m an ectomorph to the bone and have a very small appetite.) Once you have the muscle mass that you want it’s fine to eat fewer calories and eat even less frequently.
In fact strategically eating less frequently is a great way to lose fat or maintain bodyfat at under 10% year round. About 10 days I started working out an hour a day. After 10 days of regular weights, I went from 59 kg to around 61.5/61.7. But my arms, chest and even shoulders look different now:). My arms are now visibly slightly bigger, esp forearms and biceps.
My shirt is filling up. But at the same time, I am 6ft 1 in height and had a weight of 132 pounds. Hardgainers are definitely not a myth, it’s easy to notice that some people eat a little and get fat and others don’t.
My ectomorph bodytype and long arms don’t help in this exercise so it has definitely been a struggled to get it where it is today. I’m really striving for that 2 plate bench press though by the end of this year, at least. For example, in most bodybuilding communities, there’s a big emphasis on lifting weights, eating lots of protein, and eating “clean.” Clean is a vague term that can mean a variety of things: avoiding carbs, avoiding sugar, avoiding junk food, avoiding gluten, etc.
My Blog is for Ectomorphs “aka” Hardgainers martinebm http://www.blogger.com/profile/17868295554243742254 [email protected] Blogger 27 1 25 tag:blogger.com,1999.
List of related literature:
|from Mr. America: The Tragic History of a Bodybuilding Icon|
|from Essentials of Exercise & Sport Nutrition: Science to Practice|
|from Natural Bodybuilding|
|from Scrawny to Brawny: The Complete Guide to Building Muscle the Natural Way|
|from Human Motor Development: A Lifespan Approach|
|from Sports and Exercise Nutrition|
|from The Sports Gene: Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance|
|from Muscle: Confessions of an Unlikely Bodybuilder|
|from Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach|
|from Townie: A Memoir|