Two Great and Easy Cheat Meals to Bulk

If there is one season I love it is bulking season. In this post, you will finally have bulking made easy. I don’t have to be as cautious about what I eat. If I eat fast food, I don’t feel the need to guilt trip myself about it. The weather starts to cool down and more layers are being worn, it is time to bulk up. However, many of the bulking recipes I see are low calorie options for clean bulking. What I will be talking all about is getting calories in any way possible. The next time you are at the grocery store, stock up on these easy and cheap ways to bulk up.

Meal 1: Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich with Milk
Who knew that what you probably enjoyed in a paper lunch could be part of a bulking routine? You can pair these two wonderful items together. Best of all, you will be getting protein from both the peanut butter and milk. The jelly is there to help out the taste and consistency, as it is basically sugar and grapes. Add two slices of bread for carbohydrates and this meal is a winner for bulking. In addition, you will get about 700 calories with this meal.

Meal 2: Make Ahead Breakfast Sandwiches
For this meal, all you need are a few items. Go to the grocery store and grab eggs, cheese, English muffins, butter, and Canadian bacon. You can prepare your sandwich like you normally would. However, you are going to let the eggs cook in the oven. What I really love about this dish is that you can freeze the sandwiches for later. You’ll only need to spend about thirty minutes getting these sandwiches ready and they will last you for a week or two, depending on how many you make.

Quick note: If you are looking more for supplements than food, I’d recommend watching the video above this text!

Honorable Mention: Mixed Nuts
This food should be a key on anyone’s staple of bulking items. I love having a tin of peanuts to carry around with me. These foods are easy to take with you, high in protein, and won’t leave your hands or fingers sticky. If there is one thing I hate about eating on the go, it is having to wash my hands after eating.

Can Stacks Be Used Before You Workout?

One of the aspects of supplements that I get asked most about would be stacking. Stacking supplements is simply a term used that means to use more than one supplement at once. Yes, there are plenty of supplements that are perfectly fine to stack together before you workout. One way that you can ensure your making safe choices would be to use stacks that one company makes.

preworkout stack 22222While weightlifting, you always want to try and rely on a professional opinion. Sticking with stacks that are made by a company ensures you have products that you know are meant to be taken together. The best preworkout stacks are ones that work together to help you build more muscle. Ingredients that are great for muscle building include but are not limited to creatine, protein, fat, caffeine, and other ingredients. If you can find a stack that has proven ingredients shown to help with attaining better muscle building results, get this stack.

If you are looking to gain muscle, it is vital that you stick to this plan. The biggest enemy of getting real gains is what you tell yourself. Believe that you can be a massive house of muscle and you will get there. Another key factor that I look for when picking out a stack is if I am going to save more money this way. I do have to admit that I can tend to be a cheap person but I am OK with that. Sometimes, you can find that a stack will actually allow you to save a bit of money. I think the reason behind this is because you are buying more supplements in a stack than by purchasing them separately. However, I am not a super smart person enough to know how companies come up with the pricing structures that they do.

One thing that I do know is that a stack is a great way to boost the rate at which you pack on weight. If you are a skinny person that can’t stand ill-fitting clothes, try out a stack that next time you are at the supplement store. Yes, you might find that you pay a little more but you’ll usually get more, when comparing costs of buying each product separately.