Bulking up with Fresh Salmon
In the world of bodybuilding nutrition is as big a part of gaining muscle as the actual exercise. The human body responds incredibly well once it is given the correct fuel to burn and the right balance of protein, oil, vitamins & minerals to build lean muscle with. Just as doing leg extensions on their own instead of including squats wont build big legs, so consuming poor quality food will not help to gain lean muscle anytime soon. Bulking up is a mixture of consistent exercising & a regular intake of the right quality food that is low in fats, yet has some oils such as omega 3, & has a good balance of protein, good carbs and the full spectrum of vitamins and minerals.
If bulking up and building that lean muscle was as easy as grazing on your favourite takeaway then almost everyone would be walking around with a 6 pack and a chest like Arnold Schwarzenegger. So what is some of the food that pro bodybuilders eat to help them to gain the muscle they desire without gaining those love handles and a fat gut? One of the main sources of lean protein that is also a good source of omega 3 oil is Fish, and Fresh Salmon is certainly near the top of the list. More and more bodybuilders who are taking the sport seriously will eat a huge amount of fresh fish in their diet, because of it being a source of high quality protein and is almost always low in fat.
For many, cooking fish is something that has never been attempted, yet it is probably one of the easiest meats to cook. There are countless recipes available and even video instruction to go at so there is no excuse for not giving it a try. Buying fresh fish online is probably one of the best ways to ensure the purchase of Quality fresh fish, and it will be delivered in an insulated container, ready to freeze or refrigerate.
One of the most popular fish bought and consumed by those in the fitness industry is Fresh Salmon. Salmon is very easy to cook it has a firm flesh, goes well with low fat marinades and is reasonably priced.
How to Cook Fresh Salmon Fillet
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