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In today’s video, I talk about how to get more veins to pop out in your arms and your forearms and how to get more vascular in general.
When you are vascular your veins bulge out a lot more and your skin has a very thin appearance to it.
There really are only a couple of ways that you can improve your vascularity. The number one way is to reduce your body fat percentage to a low enough level.
This is different for everybody. Some people can still be vascular at higher body fat percentages than others.
But regardless if you lower your body fat percentage enough you should begin seeing veins starting to pop out more.
Lowering your body fat percentage, however, is not the only thing you have to do. If you’ve been working out for a while you’ve probably noticed that veins will pop out a lot more when you get a pump.
The pump occurs when your muscles become filled with blood and it feels like the skin around your muscles is very tight.
So if we can tighten the skin around the muscles in the arms or anywhere else you want to see veins you will also appear more vascular.
How do you do that? By building muscle. The more muscle that you build the more your veins will start to get pushed out to the surface
and the tighter your skin will look around that muscle as long as you keep your body fat percentage low.
Now once you already put on some muscle and lower your body fat percentage to get vascular,
what can you do to get even more vascular let’s say for some kind of events like a bodybuilding competition or a photo shoot or whatever kind of event you want to be vascular for.
For an event you can take some extra steps to make sure that your vascularity is at its highest point, however, just make sure you’re not doing these things every day.
Trying the next tip that I’m about to give you is fine if you do it for a couple of days, but not very healthy if you do it all the time.
So the tip is to realize that dehydration will make your skin look tighter. The best way to do this is by cycling your water intake.
You can start cycling your water intake one week before the event. For the first two days of the week have over one gallon of water each day.
2-3 gallons would be ideal. And then as the week goes on you cut your water intake lower and lower, down to a very very small amount the last day before the event and the day of the event.
Toward the end of the week, you can also try sweating a lot more by using a sauna to really get your skin thin.
Alcohol will also make you look more vascular the next day. Remember I’m not recommending that you drink all the time to look veinier, but having a couple of shots will make you look a little more vascular.
The same thing with dehydrating yourself, listen to your body if you don’t feel right have some water and definitely,
don’t dehydrate yourself like this for longer than a week.