Dave Palumbo was born on February 17, 1968 in Manhattan, New York, USA. He is a famous American bodybuilder who has found his fame, even despite the fact that he did not become a professional bodybuilder.
His debut at the competition began in 1990, when he was 22 years old. It was Nashional’s. To him, the athlete was preparing for only 6 months. Then his weight was 76 kilograms and he finished sixth.
For five years, Dave Palumbo managed to gain more than 30 kilograms of muscle mass and eq 300 he began performing in the heavyweight division. For 2003, his best time in competitive bodybuilding fell. Dave Palumbo finished second in the “NPC USA Championships” in the heavyweight division. In 2004, Dave completed his competitive career, but did not leave bodybuilding.
In 2001, Dave began working in the journal Muscular Development Magazine, where he headed the column “Anabolic Frik”. Success came at once, the magazine rose in all ratings and began to compete with Flex magazines. A little later, Dave, along with John Romano (John Romano), launched an Internet radio on the website of the magazine Muscular Development.
In 2009, the athlete was fired from the magazine, as he began to organize the production of his own sports nutrition. The day after his dismissal, Dave Palumbo opened his own website RxMuscle.com on the Internet, on the basis of which he created a community of bodybuilding fans. At the moment the portal covers the events of bodybuilding, fitness and figure category competitions. A little later, a sports nutrition line called Species Nutrition was released.
The prerequisite for a diet is a high protein level (about 1 to 1 1/2 grams per pound), moderate fat (about 1/2 g per pound) and low Hulk Labs carbohydrate levels (without direct carbohydrate sources). During this diet, the brain turns into ketosis (it uses ketone bodies for energy – fats), and therefore, the energy needs of the body can be almost completely provided with fats (which you will take in large quantities).
The only activity that uses carbohydrates will be Essential Fatty Acids weight training, which can use 40grams per workout. You will receive these 40 g mediately through the foods that you will eat. As a backup, fraudulent food, which you will have once a week, will provide storage of glycogen (glucose) in case of emergency. So, you see, very little gluconeogenesis in the liver will occur. If we maintain a low level of cortisol (Limiting STIMULANTS), we guarantee that the muscles will be saved!
The Father of Palumboism: Dave Palumbo
Dave Palumbo diet
Fiber helps burn fat! Everyone should take fibers 2x per day. Fiber really helps to increase the absorption of calcium.
When you follow my diet plan (which involves getting your brain into ketosis), there can not be any starchy carbohydrates eaten!
For a person of 200 pounds:
FOOD № 1
5 whole eggs (be sure to buy OMEGA-3 EGGS from the supermarket.) They contain practically no saturated fats and a ton of good fats OMEGA-3); Add 4 more egg whites to this (they should not be omega-3, you can use liquid egg whites).
FOOD № 2
SHICK: 50 grams of whey protein with 1? A tablespoon of whole natural peanut butter (without sugar).
FOOD № 3
“Light protein flour”: Chicken from 8 ounces with 1/2 cup cashews (almonds or walnuts) FOOD № 4
SHAKE: 50 g Whey protein with 1? Tablespoons of whole natural peanut butter (no added sugar)
FOOD № 5
“Oily protein flour”: 8 ounces Salmon, fish sword or RED MEAT with green salad (without tomatoes, carrots or red pepper) with 1 tablespoon of olive oil or macadamia Nut butter and vinegar
FOOD № 6
SHEIK: 50 g Serum with 1? A tablespoon of whole natural peanut butter or 4 whole eggs (Omega-3) and 4 additional white
For 250 pounds + person:
- 6 whole Omega-3 eggs
- 8oz chicken with 1/2 cup raw almonds
- 50g whey with 2 tablespoons all natural peanutbutter
- 8oz salmon with 1 cup asparagus with 1 tablespoon macadamia nut oil
- 50 g whey with 2 tablespoon PB
- 6 whole eggs
Remember, it takes 3-4 days to get into a strong ketosis, where your brain uses ketone bodies (fats) instead of carbohydrates for energy. Have patience.