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Mike Tuchscherer – Mike is around 5’9 265lbs of brick sh! Mike is far from overweight; he carries a ton of muscle on his frame and is super strong.
He has broken world records all while keeping himself built pretty well and no huge gut.
A couple of years back I decided to finally “forget about keeping my abs” and bulk myself up. I felt sick all the time trying to shove food constantly down my throat and I remember one day walking up stairs and feeling out of breath!
I normally sit around 185-190lbs, within a couple of week’s time I bulked up to 217lbs eating roughly 5,500 calories per day. Extra fat does nothing but sit on your frame, which adds pressure to your joints. I did add some muscle to my frame but not much more than if I would have bulking up slowly.
Adding a ton of calories just because “your’e powerlifting” will make you heavier but not in a good way.
You may gain 20lbs in a couple of weeks while preparing for a meet but how much “muscle” weight was that really.
Powerlifting is all about lifting heavy weights from point A to point B. Performing the powerlifts takes a tremendous amount of skill and power however most powerlifters limit themselves nutrition wise.
Layne recently broke the squat world record at the IPF World Championship That dogma of big overweight lifters is over…its time for the new era to take over. Proper nutrition can make the difference between winning and losing.
If you diet correctly you would lose bodyfat, which would increase your range of motion.
However if you dieted slowly and follow the tips revealed later in this article you can move down in weight class without compromising your lifts.
80% of what we see in the mirror is based on our nutritional habits.
There is no reason why a powerlifter needs to look like a couch potato.