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Cheap Nutrition And Supplement Bulking Plan For A College Football Player?
I am a college football player, a free safety, but I want to be an outside line backer. I'm 5' 11", 185-190 lbs, but whould like to be between 205 and 210 lbs. I'm already pretty muscular and strong. I bench between 310-325 lbs and squat 480-500 lbs. I feel I could be a monster if I had a lifting plan and nutrition plan to follow. I know you don't have time to do that, but I was wondering what suppements besides creatine and protein that would help me bulk up to the wieght I want to be, without becoming too fat. I know eating more and increasing my calories in separate meals through out the day is important, but I don't have much time or money to do that considering I'm a full time student/athlete. I do try as hard as a can to eat healthy and eat 4 real meals a day... but 6 or 7 is impossible. Are there any cheap MRPs available out there? Are there any key supplements on the market that you see missing from my diet. Any advice would be appreciated.
There are a lot of inexpensive ways to add weight. However, I know from having been a student that getting six meals a day is not impossible. Just like any other training goal you have to make it a priority. At the same time, do you need any supplements? Well, a multi-vitamin/mineral is always a must for my clients. Because our food sources are highly processed we usually do not get the proper vitamins and minerals from our foods. Besides a multi-vitamin/mineral I would suggest a protein supplement. You can now buy many protein powders in bulk that are relatively inexpensive, thanks to Bodybuilding.com. Simply add fruit or oatmeal or even brown rice and you have a great meal.
Here are some other ways to inexpensively get some size from your diet.
- All Natural Peanut Butter
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Flaxseed Oil
- Eggs (whole)
- Lean Red Meat
- At night have a shake of protein and whole fat cream
All the above listed foods are inexpensive and easy to implement into any nutritional plan. It is up to you however, to actually use them.