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Getting more protein into your diet for bulking season


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Bulking season is the perfect time to focus on building muscle mass, and one of the most important aspects of muscle growth is getting enough protein in your diet. If you're looking to bulk up and increase your protein intake, then look no further than Sunshine Coast Fitness. Here are some tips to help you get more protein into your diet for bulking season:


1. Eat protein with every meal: Make sure you include a protein source with every meal. This could be eggs, chicken, fish, tofu, or beans. Aim for at least 20-30 grams of protein per meal.

2. Have protein snacks: Snack on protein-rich foods like Greek yogurt, beef jerky, protein bars, or nuts. This will help you stay full and satisfied between meals, while also increasing your daily protein intake.

3. Use protein supplements: If you're struggling to get enough protein from whole foods, then consider using protein supplements like whey protein powder. These are a convenient and effective way to increase your protein intake.

4. Opt for lean protein sources: Choose lean protein sources like chicken breast, fish, and turkey. These are low in fat and calories, making it easier to hit your protein targets without overdoing it on calories.

5. Plan your meals ahead of time: Plan your meals in advance to ensure you're getting enough protein throughout the day. This will also help you avoid reaching for unhealthy snacks when you're hungry.


In conclusion, getting more protein into your diet is essential for bulking season. By following these tips from Sunshine Coast Fitness, you can increase your protein intake and build muscle mass effectively. Remember to combine a healthy diet with regular exercise to achieve your fitness goals.



To find out more come visit us at our Sunshine Coast Rehabilitation and Exercise Physiology Clinic - Shop 5B, 1 Indiana Place, Kuluin. Call us at 07 5445 8292 or email admin@screp.com.au.

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