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In this article series, performance nutrition for the purpose of powerlifting is examined in all of its depth. The series will cover how to pick your weight class, how to cut and bulk, how to eat for maximum performance, macro counting, meal timing, food quality, supplementation, and a variety of other topics directly related to Eating To Win!
So begins the PowerliftingToWin Nutrition Series! In this first installment, Izzy lays down the groundwork for the actual point of Powerlifting nutrition. What exactly are we trying to accomplish here? With this information firmly put in place, we then turn to the topic of how one “picks” their weight class. Or, more accurately, why one’s weight class picks them. If you enjoyed the PowerliftingToWin programming series, you’re definitely going to want to check out the nutrition series as well.
As promised, the nutrition series marches on with this next installment focusing on the overall strategy that a Powerlifter should follow in terms of weight management. In particular, we discuss when one should bulk and when one should cut. In other words, how fat is too fat? And why? How lean is too lean? And why? How do you put it all together to get into an actual weight class? If you want the answers to those questions, read this article.
In the last installment of the Nutrition Series, we discussed a method for determining when to cut and bulk that revolved primarily around body fat percentages. Now, this strategy is all well and good but it does raise a very important question: how exactly should I measure my body fat? In this article, we discuss the impracticability of accuracy in body fat measurements and why you should instead opt for consistency, simplicity, and, as a result, practicality. In other words, find out a real world strategy for HOW to actually deal with body fat measurements and body fat information.
Are you having trouble making weight? Might it be time to move up a weight class? Or are you just fat an in need of a good diet? What’s the difference? How do you know? Find out when to move up a weight class in this article!
No more teasing! Find out how to cut weight for a 24 hour or a 2 hour weigh in.
The previous articles in the nutrition series, the last one notwithstanding, have been more about the why and the what of powerlifting nutrition. With this article, we’re kicking off the “how” section. This article is no-frills, no-BS and just chuck-full of information regarding best practices for managing your caloric intake as a powerlifter. This is the foundation of any proper powerlifting diet and every subsequent nutrition article released will be built off the back of this one.
In this article, the Nutrition Series continues on with the “how” of powerlifting nutrition. Ever wonder how to set up the perfect macros for powerlifting? Well, wonder no more. This article provides exact recommendations, down to the gram, for how much protein, fat, and carbohydrates you should be consuming in order to optimally fuel your training.
If you’ve been wondering when you should eat, how often you should eat, and what you should eat at certain times of the day, wonder no more. This article covers all the bases in terms of nutrient timing and meal frequency. From here, you can put together a meal plan that gives you the best benefits in terms of body composition and performance in the gym.
Have you ever wondered whether eating healthy for powerlifting even matters? Is micronutrition important for performance on the platform? Does it matter whether you eat cookies and ice cream? Do you have to eat chicken breast and veggies all day? This article answers all these questions and more.
Let’s get straight to the point: this article answers all your questions about which supplements work the very best for powerlifting.
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Table of Contents
Powerlifting Nutrition: How To Pick Your Weight Class
Powerlifting Diet: Cutting and Bulking
The Best Way To Measure Body Fat For Powerlifting
When To Move Up A Weight Class
How To Cut Weight For Powerlifting: 24 Hour and 2 Hour Weigh Ins
How To Diet For Powerlifting: Calories, Reverse Dieting, and More
Setting Up Your Powerlifting Macros
Meal Frequency and Nutrient Timing in Powerlifting
Eating Healthy for Powerlifting
Best Powerlifting Supplements