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super vegan - Sam Vas

How to set up workout split. Three to Five days split.

Whether your goal is to build muscle and burn fat, get stronger, or become more athletic — you need to know what you’re doing and why you’re doing it. And an essential step in formulating a thoughtful training plan is choosing the right workout split.  It is important to note that there are many different variables that must be taken into consideration before determining which split you are going to use. Keep in mind the following when starting a new routine: • Training experience • Goals • Your availability • Your rest and recovery needs • Your weaknesses • Your age It takes years of hard work—and lots of trial and error—to achieve...


How To Build Muscles On A Vegan Diet – Best Tips

This is easier than you think. After all some of our biggest primates are vegetarian! Building muscle and strength is actually pretty simple from a physiological point of view: work out consistently and eat lots of food. If you train hard but don’t eat enough — or eat lots of food but don’t train enough — you probably won’t gain much muscle or get much stronger. This applies to everyone, whether you eat meat or not. One of the great things about plant-based food is that, by volume, it typically contains fewer calories than animal-based foods, allowing us to eat more...

Sam Vas - Resistance Training


That’s the million dollar question and most common question I get asked more frequently. There are plenty of vegan sources where you can get protein. Vegans have to know their food / nutrition. A healthy vegan diet should contain whole grains, healthy fats, beans, and lots of vegetables, especially leafy greens. There’s so much variety and flavour in the vegan diet. As a vegan athlete I always add a variety of food in every meal. For breakfast I don’t just eat oats, I also add some healthy fats and protein. If you love adding sugar, add berries or dried fruit. For lunch, broccoli (vitamin...