In part 1 and 2 I laid the general ground work for why you have a damaged metabolism. What causes it and why we can NEVER escape it no matter what we do.
Another reader question here. This time about muscle building nutrition and what’s optimal.
Skinny guy and hardgainer, two terms that have taken a life of themselves over the course of the past few years due to the proliferation of the internet. Guy from all ages across the world have seemly taken pride in referring to themselves as skinny guys and hardgainers. As a matter of fact, I can consider myself one since I’m so tall that it’s naturally easy for me to be skinny. While most skinny guys and hardgainers focus on training to build muscle, 99% of their results will come from skinny guy diets and hardgainer nutrition programs.
I often see all these random six pack diet recommendations thrown around and it seems like every other day someone is telling you that this six pack diet is better then that other diet for xyz reasons. Does anyone else want to pull their hair out? All this contradictory information does is just confuse the reader so much that they don’t take action on any six pack diet. That’s the worst part of the whole thing. Well meaning people get so confused that they just end up eating the same and never see their six pack.