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Sculpt a winning lean, muscular look to stand out from the crowd

Protein for a ripped physique

To finish ahead of the competition, you’ll need to engineer a ripped physique. It’s shape and symmetry, over size alone, sculpting a balanced look that’s the envy of everyone. Getting your nutrition and supplementation right could be the difference between success and failure.

To achieve a lean and muscular appearance you’ll need to increase muscle mass, whilst keeping body fat levels low. A higher protein diet will help support maintenance of muscle mass, even when cutting on a calorie controlled diet. Protein should be consumed in 5-6 meals and snacks, every 2-3 hours, across the day.

Carbs for a ripped physique

Carbohydrates are not the enemy of a lean physique, but you need to be smart with how you use them. Choosing the right type of carbs, and timing them right, will give you the key to success. Pick low glycemic index (GI) varieties – they’re slower digested, so you’re body will benefit from a steady delivery of carbohydrates.

Grab plenty of vegetables at mealtimes, and choose low GI carbs such as oats, brown rice, quinoa, sweet potato and lentils over white carbohydrates like bread, rice, pasta and potatoes. Limit high GI carbs to pre and post sessions, and source your energy for the rest of the day from vegtables.