Weight gain= Energy in > Energy out
Weight gain= Energy out < Energy in
Energy= Calories and calories come from 3 things:
In simpler terms this mean you should be taking in more calories (by eating more) than you are expending (by exercising less or less intense). Let’s break down the equation into user friendly terms:
Expending in this sense is in the form of exercise, this can be either sport activities, cardiovascular activities or resistance training or a combination of them all.
In even simpler terms, we’re basically saying you have to eat more or exercise a little less or reduce the intensity. It’s as simple as that. Although it might feel like an eternity to pack on some mass, the science is basic. Weight gain will occur if you either exercise a little less (expend less energy) than usual or eat a little more than usual.
In conclusion, “calories in” must be greater than “calories out” OR “calories out” must be less than “calories in.”