Food Program For Boarding Children Who Want To Build Muscle?
Good afternoon, I am a boarding boy with a height of 17cm, weight 58kg, had 3-4 days doing 7 minutes total training from 7 minutes Deddy Corbuzier namely “u003cem u003cumping u003c / em u003e u003cem u003ejack u003c / em u003e , u003cem u003e wall sit, push up, abs crunch, step up onto chair, squat, triceps dip on chair plank, high knees running in place, lunge, push up and rotation, side plank, u003c / em u003 I did it all every 2x a day (at 5 pm, and 5 am), for now I feel that the exercise has a good effect, even in the early days of body aches and pain, but it gets better. However, my question is good nutrition for me to eat in the concept of “child boarding” that I can get at warteg and indomaret, what do you think? I read that what needs to be fulfilled is protein intake, but when I google some recommend eating rice, some don’t recommend eating rice, eating eggs is very good, but there are also those who forbid eating egg yolks, etc., because things are contradictory to each I asked this question to the doctor along with the medical reasons, I was afraid my muscles would not even form, and that there I was getting thinner / malnourished, and for now I eat only a little rice at night + fish, breakfast abolished, lunch eating fish + more rice. Thanks.
Hello, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com.
Good suggestions for muscle formation include:
1. Contains high protein such as egg whites, if the yolk should be reduced because it contains a lot of cholesterol and makes an increase in blood fat levels. High protein content is also found in fish, meat, chicken which is animal protein. Vegetable protein such as tempeh, tofu and so on.
2. Increase regular physical exercise, lifting weights, nge gym, and so on
3. Consuming vegetables and fruit
4. Eat not late at night for example not above 7 pm
5. Eat 3x a day and keep using rice because the body still needs carbohydrates to provide energy to the body.
To find out more about nutrition and the types of exercise recommended, you should consult directly with a sports medicine specialist and a clinical nutrition specialist.
So hopefully useful :)