So for WRs I think the diet you should be choosing should be based around your goals. A lot of people are concerned that building muscle will make them lose speed, and that can be the case but most likely that’s not the case. If you are lifting properly (explosive lifts/lifts for strength) not bodybuilding exercises, you will still have your speed and explosion. So now how does the diet tie into all of this? If your goal is to build muscle, you should be consuming a high protein diet. Try to consume .8-1G of protein per pound of body weight. So if you weight 165 and you are trying to get to 175, consume anywhere between 145-170G of protein per day. Now if you combine this with a caloric surplus (taking in more calories than you burn) you will see a gain in your size. Now if you need to shed a few pounds or get leaner, you should be focussed on cutting out unnecessary carbs and sugar. The diet that helped me lose a lot of fat was no bread, no processed foods and no sugar. This is extremely easy to do. Just don’t eat anything that comes in a wrapper like chips or crackers and don’t eat bread. Bread is not good for you, there are so many alternatives like brown rice or sweet potatoes. This will help you lean out and pack on more lean muscle. The diet you should chose needs to be based around your goals and needs to be affordable for you. Everyone pitches these “all natural, grass fed” diets but they don’t mention that it will cost $1,000+ every month. Make sure it makes sense for you but at the end of the day, you need to have the discipline to just do it.
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