How can I gain muscle without gaining body fat?

I just got abs and I love it. I don’t want to gain any body fat. Is it possible to put on some muscle?

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6 Responses to “How can I gain muscle without gaining body fat?”

  1. FaZizzle said:

    Muscle and body fat aren’t something that go hand-in-hand. You burn fat to build muscle. You’re going to gain body fat by gaining muscle. It doesn’t work like that. The more muscle you have, the more body fat you are going to burn.

  2. Honeyystone said:

    you just need to work out, eat the right stuff. get protein and lift weights

  3. Matt said:

    You need to make sure to get enough protein. Also you will need to limit your cardio to 20 minute sessions. Also rest is important. You can go on a bulking phase, but instead of bulking for say 5 months bulk for 2 weeks then lean for 1 week.

  4. Andrew said:

    Yes you can gain muscle and not gain fat….just so you know, buff girls are NASTY

  5. Ant Boogie said:

    In MOST cases, gaining purely muscle is very difficult to do. Those with great genetics can to an easier degree than us mere mortals. So they DO go hand in hand, the key is to MINIMIZE the fat gain and MAXIMIZE the muscle gain.

    There are only two instances when you can do both at the same time, well 3:

    1) absolute beginners can do it.
    2) coming back from a long layoff after being muscular and lean before
    3) steroids and a good diet will help SOME people do both.

    So, you may gain a little fat. What some intermediates like to do to minimize the fat is do 6 weeks of muscle gain, then 4 weeks of dieting off the fat. Repeat.

    You don’t give your current weight so I can’t give specific calorie and macronutrient recommendations.

  6. Abtin said:

    drink a glass of milk after workout

    work on your abs 3 days a week 1 day rest after exercise

    don’t increase the number and the time of your exercise work hard in the minimum time.




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