Secret to Muscle Building Food


Muscle Building Food


Alright guys! I have always been against ridiculous broscience bullshit but there are actually some quality food items that can assist in retaining that anabolic effect. Now, to keep things simple and realistic, I am covering easy to reach/acquire food items that everyone should include in their diet charts. As someone who has been associated with weight training for over a decade now, a common pattern that I have noticed is novice lifters tend to work really hard, but lag behind when it comes to diet.


Benoi Nair – Fitness Expert


There have been times when I had to scream on top of my lungs to people who asked me what to eat! One philosophy that I have faith in personally is “You get what you put in!” as simple as that… Consider your body as a fantastic machine that works on quality fuel. Better the quality, better the performance and vice-versa.


“Never Ignore Nutrition…”

Here are my top selections:

Chicken = Protein

Cottage Cheese = Slow digesting Casein Protein, Vitamin B12, Calcium and other nutrients

Eggs = Proteins, Amino acids, Choline and essential fats

Whey Protein = Yes, I am against fart powders but additional servings of a genuine brand with a good diet and better workout can work well.

Beef = Protein, creatine, B-Vitamins, Zinc and other important minerals.

Oats = Complex carbohydrates, Fiber

Fish = Lean Protein, essential fats/Omega – 3 fatty acids



Hope the content was crisp and informative, without any extra BS. Feel free to interact, comment or even share (that is if you are not a mean bastard). Cheers!





The Best Post-Workout


Best Post Workout Drink


Guys, I have always been a fan of post-workout shake and always experiment with the mix with my new portable blender. When I mention experiment, it means playing around with one or two key ingredients, however, I still keep the main ingredient same to get the best out of my post-workout shake.


For me as a guy who workouts like a mean freak, post workout shake will always be about recovery, progress and gain with some healthy calories and of course protein and carbs. At the moment, I am not trying any Amino or any pre-workout drinks and to be very honest I don’t even remember the last time when I used a pre-workout supplement/drink.


So here’s what you will need: a cup of good old OATS, 1-2 Banana 9over-ripe one preferred), Whey Protein (optional for people who think they are just fart powders) or any malt, dried cranberries, almonds, dates and soy milk.


The secret:

Well, there’s no secret to how to blend but I would advise you to blend the mixture without soy milk first to ensure a smooth creamy smoothie and then go for one more round with milk. Adding ice cream is not a bad idea at all.

While gaining, I like to experiment with adding Creatine and Glutamine to the shake.