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Bulk Like A Boss: Your Get-Big Guide To Building Muscle

Use this quick get-big guide to grab a muscle-building workout, recipe, crucial supplement info, and everything you need to kick serious mass. Let the gains begin!

Bulk Like A Boss: Your Get-Big Guide To Building Muscle
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It's time to go big! We've compiled an effective, mass-making selection of workouts, recipes, critical supplement info, and a special edition of We 'Mirin to help you build your biggest self this bulking season. If you've been hungry for a new goal, this get-big guide will help you decide. It's your at-a-glance blueprint to building major muscle without adding fat. Let's grow.

Train Like A Boss

When it comes to building serious muscle, you can trust four-time Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler. Try his mass-making chest workout on for size. If you need a full training program, check out the entire Living Large plan and get built with the best.

Pro tip: Using dips to work your chest requires a little bit of technique. Lean your body forward–your shoulders ahead of your hands–while you're doing the movement. Focus on engaging your chest, instead of relying solely on your triceps to press your body upward.

Day 1: Chest

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Eat Like A Boss

Just like you can't start a fire without fuel, you can't build muscle without food. You need quality calories in the right amounts to secure stellar gains. This recipe will start your get-big goals; check out the entire article to keep them going.

Spicy Turkey Chili

This is a staple meal in my home state of Texas. One of the best things about chili is you can make it your own by tossing in your favorite veggies and protein. It's virtually impossible to screw this meal up, but, if you do ... well, just don't tell anyone.

  1. Season ground turkey with paprika, cumin, cayenne, and pepper.
  2. Set a skillet on medium heat and lightly spray with coconut oil. Add meat.
  3. Chop the meat as it cooks in the skillet using a spatula. When the meat is nearly 80% finished cooking, toss in 1 serving of McCormick's chili seasoning and tomato paste. Stir.
  4. Add black beans (with some juice), corn, basil, and any other veggie. Yes, it's OK to use frozen veggies!
  5. Reduce the skillet to low heat and cover. Let it simmer and cook for 8-10 minutes.
  6. Remove the skillet from the heat and let it cool. Top with cheese if desired.
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Amount per serving
Calories 395
Total Fat 3g
Total Carbs 50g
Protein 46g

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Supp Like A Boss

Supplements will never replace hard training and smart nutrition, but they can augment your work and help you net great results. The following supplements will lay the foundation for your best bulk ever. Learn more about each category below, and then check out our deals to support your goals.

Learn About Whey Protein Blends

Whey protein blends combine various sources of whey protein like whey concentrate, isolate, and hydrolysate to form a high-quality cocktail of muscle-building fuel.*

MusclePharm Combat Powder Review


In my opinion one of the tastier protein in the market, mix easily and has very good ingredients.

Learn About Casein Protein

Aside from getting your fast-absorbing protein immediately after your workout, it's important to get a steady flow of amino acids and protein to those tired muscle tissues long after you leave the gym.

Optimum Platinum Tri-Celle Casein Review


This is the best casein vanilla flavor I have ever tried. I have tried about 6 others and nothing compares.

Learn About Creatine

Creatine works by saturating your muscles with a high-energy compound called creatine phosphate, and it can be used by the body as an immediate energy supply when you need to push out those last few reps in the gym.*

ProMera Sports CON-CRET Review


It took long for me to notice difference with Creatine Monohydrate. This one is fast enough, it works fine and it tastes brilliant!

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.