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"Muscle Building Tips"
Here are listed some of the important muscle building tips which are
required to be followed in order to build muscle and get ripped fast.
Plain language makes it easier to understand and follow:
Proper warm up exercises done
before every workout routine will increase exercise output, efficiency and will
safeguard you any injury like pulls or strains to great extent.
Recuperation is often the most neglected part of training and it shows in poor underdevelopment. So
to muscle-up, rest and grow. Having adequate sleep is the best way to do so.
Don't train the abs specifically to lose fat -
In the fitness world this concept is known as spot reduction, which is
impossible. Fat is certainly burned while you train, but here's the catch:
Fat is reclaimed from all over your body before it's reclaimed from any
given body site. It is an importance fact that your body will burn fat from
all over the body reserves then from one point exclusively for which
exercises are performed.
or jogging is a good exercise for overall body fat loss. But if running or
jogging is done on an uneven ground the resultant body fat loss shoots up to
50% to 75%.
impossible to turn fat into muscle. However it is possible to change your body
composition while maintaining the same body weight.
You need at
least two grams of protein per pound of body weight if you want to see any form
of muscle gain. For example, a 150 pound individual needs at least 300 grams of
protein a day, but most muscle builders don't even take 50% of that.
Muscle soreness after a workout signals muscle growth.
One usually feels soreness the following day on account of training.
Don't go back to the gym until the sore feeling has completely vanished.
Concentrate on the diet and rest instead to reap the best.
Be sure to
write down details of each of your workouts. This will help you in gauging your
strength increase and keep you motivated and up.
Beware of overtraining.
Long hours of weight training routine doesn't benefits in any way. On the
contrary it will damage your previous gains also. Often the beginners make this
sort of mistake. They may see good gains at the start. But they hit a
plateau soon and see no gains in muscle size or strength. All this happens
because muscle need adequate rest.
When you are lifting weights you
get a fair idea on the max you can lift. Don't try to experiment on how
much you can lift. This is potentially dangerous and ruin all your muscle
Take plenty of water. It should be
no less then 8-10 glasses per day.