TF Clark Fitness Magazine | Muscle Growth


Are you a more experienced or intermediate athlete hoping to gain muscle? Welcome to the muscle growth zone. We provide exercises, diets, supplements, fitness calculators, and tips on muscle growth. The correct exercise or diet provides the stimulus for muscle growth. Therefore we provide fresh content monthly on new and familiar exercises. Check regularly to discover new ways to grow your muscle.


Diet is the key to muscle growth. Let’s keep it simple. If you eat junk food, you will not build a quality body. Because you are what you eat, eat like a champion to look like a champion. The best foods are beef, steak, buffalo, salmon, oysters, eggs, greek yogurt, olive oil, and avocados.


You only need a few proven supplements to build muscle when you eat a quality diet. Creatine happens to be one of them. Many supplements are a waste of money and add little value to your fitness journey. Choose proven supplements and stick with them. Therefore, we provide insight into some of the best supplements and the research that supports them.

Rest and Recovery

Exercise stimulates muscle growth, but muscles grow away from the gym, not in the gym. Exercise breaks down muscles. in contrast, rest helps them to recover and grow. In addition, sleep allows your body to produce essential hormones. Everyone is different; therefore, the recovery period for each individual is different. It’s essential to listen to your body and plan accordingly.

Plan and Execute

We all know the cliche, “by failing to plan, you plan to fail.” Because your body is so much different than everyone else, you will need a plan just for you. A plan helps you take advantage of some of the best exercises and foods for muscle growth. Jay Cutler, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ronnie Coleman, and Dorian Yates all agree success in the gym is about hard work and execution.

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