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Get Big Series: Diet for Mass

Welcome to the second blog post in our Get Big Series. In our last post we gave you a workout for mass. Now we’re going to cover a crucial element to getting bigger. Food.

The below diet for mass is an example of a nutrition plan you can start using today. The focus is on foods that are high in both protein and carbohydrates. Eating big doesn’t mean you’ll be eating junk food. Though a little excess fat is acceptable, you want the gains to be as lean as possible.

Diet for Gaining Mass

As we stated in our Get Big Series workout for mass, you’ll need to train with heavy weights on this diet for mass. It may seem like you’re overeating but your body will need these calories to grow.

Mass Meal 1

4-5 whole eggs

2-3 turkey sausage links

2 servings of oatmeal

1 bagel

Mass Meal 2

1/2 of lean ground beef

2 servings of whole wheat pasta


Mass Meal 3

Weight gainer shake

10 ounces of milk

Mass Meal 4

10-12 ounces of baked chicken

2 sweet potatoes

cup of vegetables

Mass Meal 5

10-12 ounces of sirloin steak

2 servings of rice

2 servings of spinach

Mass Meal 6

2 scoops of whey protein powder

2 tablespoons of natural peanut butter

There are six high calorie, power packed meals in our diet for mass. There’s adequate protein and each meal is loaded with ‘good carbs.’ There’s also essential fats.

This diet for mass is a typical day of planned meals. You can follow this platform and create your own meal plan. Cheat meals can be as needed. Just be honest with yourself as to how many cheat meals you can have throughout the week.

Follow this diet for mass and you’re sure to grow. You can adjust your food intake as you see fit. And also check out our recommend supplement for mass, Jacked Up +.

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