Red Growth is a premium muscle building and strength boosting supplement designed to help you gain massive amounts of muscle and strength in the shortest time possible.
During a single 4 week cycle of Red Growth, it would not be unusual for you to pack on anywhere from 5 – 10 pounds of lean muscle mass while also losing body fat at the same time!
But that doesn't mean that you can throw all of the bodybuilding best practices right out of the window.
While Red Growth is a very powerful compound that will help you massively increase your gains in the gym ASAP, there are also a few simple things that you should always keep in mind to make sure that you are maximizing your muscle building & strength gaining potential.
Eat In A Slight Calorie Surplus
A rule of thumb that you should remember when it comes to successfully gaining muscle is this…
To gain muscle, you need to be eating more calories per day than you burn.
Calculate your total daily energy expenditure (TDEE) using the following calculator:
Choose the Harris-Benedict Formula for the BMR section and then plug in all the corresponding values for your age, weight, activity level, etc.
After doing this you should have a number under your “Total Daily Energy Expenditure” section showing you exactly how many calories your body requires each day to stay the same weight.
Use this number as your benchmark for your maintenance level of calories, and add 300 calories to this to start your bulking diet.
By eating more calories than your body expends each day, you can slowly add more lean muscle mass to your frame and get the scale going up.
Do not eat more than you need. This is a recipe for disaster and is how you can get really fat really quickly.
The key to gaining lean size is to only add a slight surplus, let your body adapt to the increased caloric intake over the next few weeks. Then once your weight gain plateaus you can add another 100-200 calories to your total calorie intake.
By slowly adding to your calorie surplus only when you plateau, you will gain MUCH leaner weight, and offset a ton of unnecessary fat gain.
Ensure Your Mass Gaining Diet Is Favorable for Carbs and Protein
While many different diet styles are prevalent nowadays, a good bulking macronutrient split is the standard 40/40/20 split.
This split entails having…
- 40% of calories from protein
- 40% of calories from carbohydrates
- 20% of calories from fat
For example, lets say that you have a TDEE of 2730 calories. So, the benchmark for starting this bulk diet will be 3030 calories (2730 + 300).
So, to find your protein requirements you just need to multiply your total calories (3,030) by .40 (40%).
3030 x .40 = 1212 protein calories.
What's important to know now is how many calories are roughly in each macronutrient.
There are 4 calories per gram of protein, 4 calories per gram of carbs and 9 calories per gram of fat.
To find out the grams of protein needed you just take the calorie requirement and divide it by 4.
Therefore if you need 1212 protein calories, take 1212 and divide it by 4 to get the amount of grams of protein you need.
1212 divided by 4 equals 303. So, now you know that you need 303 grams of protein.
In this example you will want to eat, 303 grams of protein (1212 calories), 303 grams of carbs (1212 carbs), and 67 grams of fat (606 calories) per day.
Remember, this is just an estimate and the final breakdown of your diet will likely be different.
However, using this macronutrient split and breakdown gives a very concrete target to aim for when deciding how much food you should eat everyday.
Hit The Weights Hard 5x Per Week
You should be hitting the gym AT LEAST 4-5x per week, and training each body part adequately at least once per week (chest, back, shoulders, traps, abs, legs, calves, biceps, triceps, forearms).
You should mix up strength training with higher rep hypertrophy rep ranges in each workout to ensure you are gaining strength and adding muscular density, but also getting a good enough pump to ensure that you are stretching the fascia in the muscle to induce hypertrophy.
Instead of focusing on one or the other (what most people do), incorporate both types of rep ranges and training styles into your workout to get the best of both worlds.
In all instances, you should maintain good form though, regardless of what type of training you are doing. The last thing you need is an injury taking you out of commission and preventing you from making any further progress.
While you're at it, incorporating a solid stretching routine will go a long way towards injury prevention.
Always remember, train hard AND train smart.
Regulate Your Cardio
For cardio, you can definitely taper it off as burning calories via extra cardiovascular exercise will mean you need to take in more calories to pack on weight.
However, it is definitely something you should still keep in your regimen.
Doing cardio 2-3 times per week is recommended as it will maintain your heart health, improve your metabolism, as well as increase your appetite.
Plus, there's even cardio that you can do to help you massively pack on muscle.
Eating a lot of clean food can be especially difficult during a bulk, and a lot of guys slip and start eating garbage, junk food, loaded with bad fats and sugar to reach their caloric surplus…
This is NOT the way to go about packing on lean tissue and keeping fat gains to a minimum, so we definitely recommend keeping cardio in so you can promote a consistently strong appetite.
Although it sounds like the easiest step, it is where 99% of people slip up and completely derail their progress.
Anybody can have a good training session, meal prep for the day, eat with 100% adherence to their diet, and then go to bed.
But it’s those who can do this day, after day, after day, after day, after day, CONSISTENTLY, who will be the ones packing on HUGE amounts of muscle in a much quicker period of time.
Through this continuous process of slowly adding in more calories each time you plateau with more quality food, you can continue to get bigger and bigger while keeping your insulin sensitivity in check, keeping fat gains to a minimum, and maximizing your muscle gain potential.
Take Red Growth
Red Growth is scientifically-proven to be one of the best muscle building and strength boosting supplements on the market.
This is because of Red Growth's powerful proprietary blend that contains the preprohormone ingredient 1-Dehydroepiandrosterone (1-DHEA).
In a scientific study that took place over the course of 30 days in 2013 at Texas A&M university, participants took 330 mg of 1-DHEA and 150 mg of 6,7-dihydroxybergamottin per day. (3 Capsules of Red Growth)
This experiment was to test the effectiveness of 1-DHEA on muscle growth and strength.
The results were extraordinary.
In only 30 days participants on average gained 8.8 lbs of lean muscle mass, while losing 4.4 lbs of body fat, and increased their bench press, back squat and deadlifts by 9.2%, 14.2%, and 14.6% respectively.
Red Growth capitalizes on these gains.
Red Growth, taken 3 times per day, combines the ingredients used in the study with natural plant extracts used for thousands of years…
Helping to boost the anabolic muscle and strength gains of Red Growth to all-new heights!
By following the steps outlined above and taking 3 capsules of Red Growth per day, you can easily expect rapid mass gains, with very noticeable positive changes in muscularity and overall body composition in no time at all!