How to Build Muscle on a Budget

You may be ready to improve your body, but it can seem impossible to build muscle on a budget. You may feel like you need an expensive gym membership, high priced supplements or costly health foods.

But you can actually build muscle without having to break the bank. There are many ways you can work out and save money. You can also find inexpensive sources for your dietary needs to make sure you’re getting enough protein.

Exercise on a budget. Having a gym membership can help you to get a wide variety of exercise to build muscle. But some can very expensive. Look for a gym membership that’s more affordable. Many no-frills gyms offer memberships as low as $10-20 per month.

If you just don’t want to commit to a gym membership that could drain your budget in the future, you may want to consider investing in some home gym equipment such as weights and exercise videos to help you build muscle on a budget.

While you will have to make an initial investment, this won’t continue to cost you a lot of money in the future. You can make a large one-time purchase or save up and add a little at a time to your home gym.

Get protein for pennies. While you can purchase expensive protein supplements, there are plenty of cheap sources for protein that can help you to build muscle without breaking the bank. Try stocking up on these the next time you’re at the store.

Eggs are very economical and are one of the best possible sources of protein you can get. Don’t skip the yolk – that’s where much of the protein as well as vitamins comes from. Eating a couple of eggs a day is a healthy choice.

Canned tuna is another great source of protein. Eating one can a day of tuna packed in water can help you build the muscle you want. You can also eat canned mackerel, which contains less mercury than tuna. Many people prefer its flavor as well.

Cottage cheese and milk are also great sources of protein. They’re inexpensive in your local supermarket. If you don’t like to drink milk or eat dairy, you can get milk protein called whey. This is a powder you can add to shakes. It’s an economical choice for a protein supplement.

Chicken breast is one of the easiest sources of protein to add to your daily meals. It can get pricey, but you can look for it on sale. Then stock up and freeze it to use later. It’s possible to get quality foods that help you to build muscle on a budget.

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