1) Build Superhuman Strength

Ever seen somebody devoid of muscle mass squatting 180KG, benching 140KG, and deadlifting 220KG? Nope, us either!

Building superhuman strength remains the fastest - and most effective - way of providing a stimulus for your body to lay down new muscle tissue.

And while building muscle comes under the umbrella of ‘bodybuilding’ and not ‘powerlifting’, there’s no doubt that there is a strong correlation between building muscle mass and increasing overall strength on compound movements.

Throw in some TNT Nuclear prior to your workouts, and performance will invariably skyrocket allowing you to lift your maximum weights.

2) Eat a Calorie Surplus

If you want to build muscle tissue, you have to eat to support your goals. And while building strength is the foundation for change, eating is what ultimately forces you to grow and accumulate new tissue.

It is possible to build strength and enhance performance without eating a calorie surplus, but it’s almost impossible to build muscle without being in one.

Eating sufficient calories to support progress is paramount and an unequivocal way to build muscle mass, so make sure your macronutrient targets are correctly programmed for long-term success.

And if you’re struggling to eat a sufficient amount on a daily basis, remember that there are convenient sources of nutrients available in the form of supplements: our Evolution Protein Bars and Beef Protein Isolate being two of the most popular choices on the market today.

3) Rest Enough to Grow

Rest is the glue that holds together the previous two rules. Train hard enough and you’ll force an adaption; eat to support that adaption and you’ll provide the fuel, and rest optimally, and you’ll complete the jigsaw.
A lack of sleep and rest not only elevates stress hormones and aggravates your adrenal glands, it also diverts energy to more important tasks such as rebalancing your hormones and away from building muscle.

Simple techniques to increase your quality of rest and recuperation include sleeping earlier, setting aside specific downtime, as well as mitigating electronics 30 minutes before bed.

And, to give yourself an extra boost, add some Nuclear Shutdown into the equation 15-20 minutes before bed to optimise your sleep quality and overall recovery.