Cutler Club Mass Plan

The Cutler Mass Plan is for Cutler Club members who want to go all out and build solid muscle - if you have struggled to overcome a plateau or have lagging muscle groups, this program will help you address this. Expect to build a lot of mass by following this plan! 

 

Is This Diet Right For You? 

 

From my experience as an elite professional bodybuilder who won 4 Mr. Olympia titles and 3 Arnold Classic titles I know what it takes to build muscle - I also know that timing is really important. Not everybody is ready to start following a mass plan like this because to really progress you need to be insulin sensitive! This means you cannot start something like this if your body fat levels are too high - for men you really shouldn't be above 12% body fat. The leaner you are at the start, the more muscle you will grow on a program like this! 

 

Rather than have you waste time following the wrong plan I wanted to get this out of the way right now… If you have body fat to lose go and start my Cutler Shred Plan in the member’s area! Once you have reached the right condition you can then get started with this plan and get incredible results in size! 

 

Mass Plan Nutrition Overview 

 

Nutrition is obviously such a huge part of building muscle mass which is why I have covered a lot of details in this section which are all focused on helping you grow fast! Not only do I want this to help you grow, I want you to learn along the way - it is smart to get educated on this stuff and I can help you do that. 

 

Protein:

 

Protein gives you all of the amino acids you require to stimulate muscle protein synthesis and then sustain it, which is responsible for muscle recovery and growth. To keep muscle protein synthesis at a higher level throughout the day you need to eat every 2-3 hours if you’re serious about building mass. Not all protein rich foods are the same so don’t fall into the trap of just looking at the macronutrient content - leucine content is super important for muscle growth, in the diet building section below I’ve listed the protein sources you must stick to. 

 

Carbohydrates:

 

Carbohydrates are the easiest source of energy for your body to use which is important for rebuilding muscle and supporting intensity when training. Carbohydrates are also “protein sparing” which means they help fight catabolism, something anybody who is trying to build muscle should care about! Again, not all carbohydrates are equal because some give a slower release of energy and are richer in micronutrients - I have listed the best choices below. Sometimes it is good to eat faster digesting carbohydrates especially after training for recovery, I have included a list of these as well. 


Fat:

 

Fats are really important for so many different things in your body such as testosterone production, protecting your joints and mental focus. They are also over twice as calorie dense as carbohydrates and protein which means they’re great for getting into a surplus when building mass. You need more omega 3 fats for your health rather than omega 6s, so the list I have given you will be biased in this way. 

 

Mass Plan Structure 

 

The structure of your diet can make a huge difference to muscle recovery, digestion, performance and energy which all contribute towards muscle growth. Do not think building size is as simple as eating a lot of food without structure, or hitting macros, that s*** is for people who don’t understand what it really takes!

 

Here is how you will structure your Cutler Mass Plan diet for optimal muscle growth. 

 

Training Days:

 

Meal 1 - protein / fast & slow digesting carbohydrates / fat 

 

Meal 2 - protein / slow digesting carbohydrates / fat 

 

Meal 3 - protein / slow digesting carbohydrates / fat

 

Meal 4 (pre workout) - protein / fast & slow digesting carbohydrates / fat

 

Meal 5 (post workout) - protein / fast digesting carbohydrates / fat

 

Meal 6 - protein / slow digesting carbohydrates / fat 

 

Rest Days:

 

Meal 1 - protein / fast & slow digesting carbohydrates / fat 

 

Meal 2 - protein / slow digesting carbohydrates / fat 

 

Meal 3 - protein / slow digesting carbohydrates / fat

 

Meal 4 - protein / slow digesting carbohydrates / fat

 

Meal 5 - protein / slow digesting carbohydrates / fat

 

Meal 6 - protein / slow digesting carbohydrates / fat

 

Mass Plan Numbers 

 

The structure is set out for you to follow, but you have got to know what quantity of food to eat which is why I have created a formula for you. This means that you will be eating the right amount for your body weight and current condition, so you don’t waste time doing the wrong stuff. 

 

Below are your macro numbers, notice there are different quantities based on the body part you’re training. This is to account for the extra fuel you burn on larger muscle groups. 

 

Large Muscle Group Days (Legs & Back)

 

Protein - 1.5g 

Carbohydrates - 2.6g 

Fat - 0.4g

 

Small Muscle Group Days (Chest, Shoulders, Arms) 

 

Protein - 1.5g 

Carbohydrates - 2.1g

Fat - 0.4g

 

Rest Days

 

Protein - 1.5g 

Carbohydrates - 1.8g 

Fat - 0.3g 

 

Just so you get this from the start I have created a sample macro split below for somebody who has a lean body weight of 220lbs. This will show you how to use this formula on your own body to get the right macronutrient split and then apply it to the structure I gave you above. 

 

220lbs lean body weight: 

 

Large Muscle Group Days (Legs & Back)

 

Protein - 330g 

Carbohydrates - 550

Fat - 88g 

Calories - 4,312 

 

Small Muscle Group Days (Chest, Shoulders, Arms) 

 

Protein - 330g 

Carbohydrates - 462g 

Fat - 88g

Calories - 3,960

 

Rest Days

 

Protein - 330g 

Carbohydrates - 396g  

Fat - 66g

Calories - 3,498 

 

All of these calculations have been made for somebody with a lean body weight of 220lbs, to make this accurate for yourself you need to calculate your own lean body weight and then apply the formula. 

 

Your lean body weight is your body fat percentage subtracted from total weight.

 

Mass Plan Food List 

 

Having a diverse variety of food in your diet is great for the gut and it also makes the process more sustainable - as a pro bodybuilder I was like a robot, I’d eat whatever I had to, no matter if I liked it or not. To a degree you're going to have to get s*** done at all costs, but by giving you a list of food options it at least gives the potential to enjoy variety. Please also remember that each food group will have a mix of all macronutrients so you have to factor this in - as an example whole eggs will give you 6g of protein and 5g of fat, don’t forget this when calculating your numbers! 

 

Protein:

 

Turkey breast

Chicken breast

Beef steak 

Ground beef 

Bison 

Buffalo 

Egg whites 

Whole eggs 

Cod 

Tilapia 

Salmon 

Tuna 

Whey protein 

Casein protein (for last meal of the day only)

 

Carbohydrates (slow digesting):

 

Oatmeal 

Wholegrain rice 

Sweet potato / yams 

Berries 

 

Carbohydrates (fast digesting):

 

White rice 

White potato 

Pineapple 

Banana 

 

Fat:

 

Natural peanut butter 

Almonds 

Brazil nuts 

Macadamias 

Cashews 

Avocado 

Virgin coconut oil 


Fiber: 

 

**I do not count the vegetables in the fiber category towards the daily macronutrients & calories when counting, they are extra mainly for health and digestion purposes**

 

Broccoli 

Spinach

Kale 

Green salad 

Mushrooms 

Peppers 

 

Summary 

 

The Cutler Mass Plan will make you grow very effectively if you follow everything I have explained and combine it with the training programs in Cutler Club. Do not be tempted to cut corners, just do everything as I have said and the results will start showing very quickly! 

 

Jay Cutler - 4 Times Mr. Olympia

 

 

 

 

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