Do you want to build additional muscle? You can learn to work out more effectively so that you can achieve the maximum muscle growth, rather than wasting time or energy on workouts that don't accomplish anything. If your main aim is for bigger and stronger body muscles, the information contained below will be of great benefit to you. Stop wasting time on exercises that don't work and follow the tips we will outline here.
Build your muscle as a natural weight lifter
What’s up, guys. Sean Nalewayj here, SeanNal.com- and BodyTransformationTruth.com and today I want to discuss one very important principle that natural lifters really should be aware of and understand. I did touch on this in the previous video but I wanted to expand on the concept a little bit here. And that is the law the diminishing returns that you’ll experience as you progress from one year of training to the
next. In other words, it’s the simple fact that the longer you’ve been properly training and the more muscle you’ve gain, the more your rate of muscle growth will naturally slowed down. And the longer it will take to continue building additional muscle. Remember that your body doesn’t actually want to hold on to all these excess muscle that you’re trying to build. Muscle requires a lot of energy and resources to built
and maintained, so your body has genetic limits in place to prevent you from gaining too much. And as you get further and further away from your natural set point, and your body is holding on to more and more of this extra muscle, the harder and harder it starts pressing on the brakes to stop things from going to an excessive level. So it’s not going to be a linear
process where since you gain, say fifteen pounds of muscle mass in the first year, that you should then expect to gain fifteen more pounds in the second year and another fifteen in the third year. It’s not going to work that way. And expecting that it is going to work that way is not only...
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To increase muscle mass in the most efficient way possible, you need to warm up before each and every workout. As your muscle work, heal and expand, they become more prone to injuries. Warming up is the best way to prevent these injuries. Exercise lightly for about 5 to 10 minutes and do about 3 or 4 warm-up sets of light to intermediate intensity before starting serious lifting.
Remember the main three exercises and include them in your routine. This refers to bench presses, dead lifts and squats, all of which are common exercises for building bulk. These exercises not only add muscles mass, but they improve your body's overall strength and conditioning. Every weight training workout should include some combination of these three exercises.
You must consume a sufficient amount of protein if you are serious about building muscle mass. Protein is the basic element for building muscles. If you don't eat enough, you will have a hard time getting more muscle mass. In order to keep your muscles well-supplied, make sure that there are healthy sources of lean protein in most of your meals as well as your snacks over the course of the day.
As this article demonstrates, building muscle can be achieved through a number of different ways and some may work better for you than others. These tips can really help you out in bulking up. Get the most from your weight training workouts with this information.