How To Hit Your PROTEIN MACROS Without Fail

Kai Palikiko        July  16, 2020

Kai Palikiko has had over 10 years personal experience with Anabolics. His Personal Training Techniques have been responsible for thousands of men achieving their personal and professional goals, and you are getting access to the copy n paste steps to replicate them.

When you see fat person eat, oh my God, they just, like, scrub the entire thing down into their mouth. It's frickin awesome. We could use that to our advantage. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you are trying to a hold of me by the way, the best way to do that is the link to my email, and that is in the description.

There is a lot of guys out there, they're not gonna want to admit this, when it comes to meeting our protein macros, it's pretty damn difficult to do.

And some of us, we don't even actually accomplish that. For some of us, it's literally an impossible task for us to hit, especially if you've never even done it before. I mean, have you actually calculated and planned out can I actually hit 250 grams of protein on a day to day basis. Doing all this without a plan, it's already, you know, accepting defeat.

This needs to be planned out, this needs to be strategized as well. This needs to be really think how am I actually going to hit these macros? We can't just go through well, you know, if I have a protein shake, eat couple of chickens, you know, a couple of pigs here and there, you know, let's see what happens. That it's literally like, ah, let's see what happens.

I already know what's gonna happen, it's not going to work, we're probably going to hit 170, 180, maybe 200 grams of protein. That's like best case scenario. But in terms of hitting actual 250 grams of protein, don't plan that out, it's not gonna happen. One of the best things that I personally do is building my eating skills.


Yes, eating skills. When it comes to eating, that is absolutely a skill, especially when it comes to eating as much as we are. We also know a lot of guys claim that they can eat a lot, but they really don't. This is one of those things to where we have to admit to ourselves, if we've never done it before, we're most likely going to suck at it. 

We actually have to develop our eating skill. So this is what I personally need to do to make sure I improved those skills. And I break it down into three different categories. The first one is speed. The second one is progressive loading.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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And the third one is food capacity training. It's like benching, did you go from the bar to 315 pounds, all within one sitting? No, you slowly develop into building up your bench pressing skills. That's exactly what it is.

The first thing to develop is the speed, right? Eating our food as fast as we can. Now do you know the type of people who are very infamous at doing this? Fat obese people, we can actually learn from them, because this is what they do, right, they eat as fast as they can, before their brain or their stomach registers they just ate all those calories.

So let's not condemn them, let's learn from them when it comes to doing that. You see fat person eat, oh my god, they just like, scrub the entire thing down to their mouth. It's frickin awesome. We could use that to our advantage. The second one is progressive loading. Take for example me eating 10 eggs all within one setting. That didn't happen all within one day. I started off at three, just like anybody else out there. 

And I slowly developed up to 10. The way I did it was I would increase in a slow matter too, each week, I would add one egg. I wouldn't go, because technically could I have probably stomach all that, 10 eggs in one day? Sure. But can I do that on a consistent basis? Probably. In fact, no, no, there's no frickin way I could, that is a whole frickin cake that I would be eating, 10 eggs, are you kidding me? 

So that's how I would do it, I start of with three, the week after that, one egg, increased by one egg, four eggs. A week after that, I would go up to five. Now check this out. It's not going to happen according to plan either. What's usually going to happen because failure is part of any progress. Did I failed?

Absolutely. I went to five eggs, and I tried to do one more that week after that, where I was supposed to be eating six eggs. Guess what happened? I was only able to stomach half of that plate. So probably I went down to three eggs again. It's part of the progress.

When it comes to failure, it's literally part of the skill developing thing, and then on top of that, it's all about how quickly I could get back on the horse anyway. So expect yourself to fail. Now number three, this is pretty frickin awesome, which is food capacity training. This is something that I do on a week to week basis. This is where I would pretty much call it like a food challenge, right? 

Just to make sure I don't blow out my calories or increase my sodium level to the point to where it can be dangerous. I would eat very low caloric food, but there's gonna be tons of it. For example, I would do two pounds worth of salad and then about half a pound of watermelon mixed in with grapefruit. That way I'm able to develop my jaw muscles in eating as much as I can, on top of that increase in the food capacity that I could hold within my stomach.

I do that once, maybe twice a week if I could, but at least once a week to where I would do my food capacity training. That way, man, it's, again, another skill I'm going to develop. Because if I sit there, hoping I could have 250 grams of protein a day without any plan, without any strategic way of doing it, it's not gonna happen. That's one of the best things I've actually done, adding the whole food capacity training.

Dude, it's freaking awesome, because the way I would do it, I would load up all the salad, I would load up all the fruit, very water soluble stuff, like watermelon again, or grapefruit, and I would tie myself, day one, let me just not rush it, let me see how long it would take me to eat two pounds of salad, half a pound of fruit. Let me just see. Ok, cool, it took me about 40 minutes to do that. Week after that, let me try to go for 35. 

Week after that, let me try to go for 30. And now I try to quickly eat as much as I can. So this is how we get it done. We plan it, we take action and we be strategic about it. It's like the book The Art of War. How many people out there have actually read that book? But then how many people actually take it into action? A lot of pheasants out there read that book and that's it, like, oh, that was nice. Look, look, I'm doing the whole self-progression thing, I'm reading this book. Do they actually take action? Do they actually get it done?

They don't, majority of people are just normies out there pretending to take action, pretending to be progressing. In order for us to progress, we actually have to plan it out and then take action. That's how you get it done, boys. Anyways, Kai here out, boom. Take care.



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