How to Build Muscle FAST Without Spending Lots of Money

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So you're trying to build muscle fast on a budget.

Is it possible to build muscle fast without spending lots of money and the answer is yes.

The truth is, you will have to spend extra money to build muscle. Most of your expenses will come from food. Remember you're going to have to consume a lot of extra calories if you want to build muscle. Especially if you want to build muscle fast.

So here are some tips to follow if you're on a budget:

Tip #1: Concentrate on the "Cheaper" Essentials

since the majority of your expenses will be in food, you're for step if you're on a budget is to concentrate on the cheaper essentials. And here they are:


  • Whole Eggs
  • Canned tuna
  • Low fat milk
  • Cheap Whey Protein
  • Ground Beef
  • Ground Turkey
  • Frozen chicken Breast


  • Whole Wheat Bread
  • Whole Wheat Pasta
  • Oatmeal
  • Beans
  • Green leafy Veggies
  • Fruits
  • Brown Rice
  • Potatoes

Essential Fatty Acids (EFA's)

  • Lean Beef
  • Peanuts
  • Almonds
  • Virgin Olive
  • Tuna Fish

If you're looking for ways to make tasty meals from these foods then I highly recommend you check out Anabolic Nutrition. It'll show you how to make quick (and TASTY) muscle building meals even if you're on a budget.

Tip #2: Buy in Bulk

The next it is to buy in bulk, when you do this there is more of an upfront cost but you'll save so much in the long run.

And if you want to build a significant amount of muscle and ultimately change your physique. Then buying in bulk is almost a necessity. Not only will this cut down on your trips to the grocery store because this will ensure that you're surrounded by food.

Some great places to buy in bulk include: Costco, BJ's, Sam's Club

Tip #3: Only Buy “Essential” Supplements

Now remember you DON'T NEED supplements to build muscle but there are some supplements that will help make your life ALOT easier when it comes to building muscle.

Since stocking your fridge is way more important then buying supplements I highly recommend that you follow tips number one and two before you purchase supplements. Only if supplements fit in the budget should you purchase them if you're tight on cash.

Believe it or not, but sometimes it's actually cheaper to consume supplements (i.e. protein shake) for one or even two of your daily "meals".

Anything else like NOXplode, creatine, glutamine is not necessary at this point in time

Essential supplements:

  • Whey Protein
  • Casein Protein

Building muscle does take some extra money and the majority of your expenses is going to be with your diet.
Just one note if you're spending more on supplements than you are on your diet you're doing something completely wrong.

So if you're on a budget, follow these tips. So building muscle won't be so hard on your wallet.

Train hard,