Mass & Bulking
Vary training and gradually increase weights to maintain the training stimulus
Make sure you allow enough rest between training the same body part
Look to consume at least 2g of high quality protein per kg of body mass
Consume 5-6 meals per day, consisting of high quality protein, carbs and healthy fats
Use a high quality protein shake along with some carbs following a workout to promote an anabolic state
For both professional athletes and recreational gym enthusiasts, packing on muscle and size is often seen as a hard reached goal. Many people think that by simply lifting heavy weights they can achieve the mass gains they desire. The truth is, without consideration for suitable nutrition and supplementation strategies, many will struggle to add the smallest amount of muscle mass, if any at all. If you're looking to add mass (commonly termed bulking), it is important to ensure that you are consuming enough calories and high quality protein in order to provide the platform for building muscle mass.
For more information on how to add mass and bulk up visit:
Guide: Pack on pounds of muscle; the OneOn way!
What to shop for if you want to add muscle mass:
Latest News & Articles
The deadlift is still an element I'm perfecting but here's what I have learnt so far..
What is Strongman to me?
Strongman started in 1977 where a collection of bodybuilders and strength competitors took part in the 1st World's Strongest Man competition where the likes of Lou Ferrigno competed. Since then, the sport has gradually become more and more known to both the everyday person to your average gym rat. Read more
An update on my progress so far
It's been a while since I've put an update on the OneOn website but a lot has been going on for me in terms of effort. Nothing I can really write home about because every day is the same constant monotony of eating, training and resting in order to build that new muscle tissue for later this year when I compete again! Read more