Macro nutrient
management

The “Macro Dietary Control Method” is the recommended diet management method.
Bulky Fitness recommends a macro diet management method that balances the intake
of “carbohydrates,” “proteins,” and “fats”.

Many people think of restricting carbohydrates when they hear the word “diet,” but long-term (more than 2 months) carbohydrate restriction has various risks to the body. It is said to increase mortality and the risk of cardiovascular events. While it is possible to restrict carbohydrates in a short-term diet, it is not safe to do so in the long term.

We believe that it is important to be able to change your body in a short period of time, but also to be able to continue on your own after you are done.

The Macro diet management method is a very simple and ultimate diet management method that only requires the client to eat according to the PFC (P : Protein F : Fat C : Carbohydrate) balance derived from the total daily calorie intake calculated based on the client’s gender, height, weight, age, and activity level divided into 3 levels, and the client’s goals. This is an ultra-simple and ultimate diet management method.

In Japan, many people diet based on kcal adjustments, but Bulky Fitness’ diet management goes one step further and aims to achieve an ideal body shape through “macro-balance adjustments”.

Bulky Fitness does not use the extreme sugar or fat restrictions that have become popular recently, so it is a healthy diet management method that can be continued for a lifetime without rebounding.

Bulky fitness prepares [weight loss macros] and [maintenance macros], and switches from [weight loss macros] to [maintenance macros] when the results of training become apparent.

We will make sure that you can maintain with the maintenance macros, and we will see to it that you can keep it even after you graduate from here as you practice 

Only 4 steps required

Step 1

Add the amount of daily activity to the basal metabolism calculated based on gender, height, weight, and age to determine the amount of calories consumed per day. ①

Step 2

Based on ①, determine the total calories you should consume in a day according to your goal (weight loss or maintenance or weight gain).

Step 3

Based on the total daily calories, determine how many grams of each macronutrient you should consume each day. ③

Step 4

Simply eat your favorite foods as indicated in ③.

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