Posts Tagged ‘Build Muscle’
I’m going to take the time to talk to you about muscle building weightlifting exercises that I use in my daily routine. My quest all my life has been to build big muscles, but the problem out there is all the false information out there. People really don’t know what they’re doing and when you try to mimic them, you end up getting no where. I think a lot of this is from infomercials, but in the end, it is your responsibility to figure out what is correct and apply it. I’ve been training for many years now and I’m going to teach you some of things I’ve learned over my time. You’re going to have to suck it up and accept the fact that your diet is more important than your routine. I can show you the best workout in the world, but your results will be only as good as your diet allows. I feel it is necessary for me to address this point first before you start wasting your time in the gym because that’s all you’re doing in the gym if your diet isn’t good. It’s time to get rid of all those chemical filled foods and get back to REAL FOOD. This is all natural stuff that you find at the grocery store. This will help your body build bigger muscles.
I wanted to take the time to talk to you about the best muscle building methods that you can use. It’s surprising how many people really don’t know how to build muscle. They think they do, but they do it for a few months and quit because they don’t get any results. I used to think if I lifted heavy weights, I would get big. If only it was that simple. There is a lot of misinformation out there, which I blame mainly from infomercials, but I’m here to clear some of that up. I’ve been doing the best muscle building training for almost a decade now and in that time I’ve learned a lot of good methods for achieving it. I think it’s important for me to first point out that your diet is the most important thing. You have to have this in order before you continue. It doesn’t matter how great your gym workout is, if you don’t have a good diet, than you’re just wasting your time. The best thing you can do is start eating smaller meals more often, so instead of the traditional three a day, try having six. This allows your body to have a steady intake of nutrients to repair muscle.
I’m here to talk to you about my muscle building guide and how it can help you build more muscle in less time. There is so much misinformation out there when it comes to putting on muscle. It seems like the most simplistic information because the prevailing norm, rather than the science backed methods. Training is easy, but people are doing the wrong things with their time and end up having poor results. I used to be one of those people. I’ve been training for almost 10 years now and my first few years I did the wrong things and got poor results. I eventually got fed up and did th research where I learned everything I needed to know. I’m going to share exactly what you should be doing. The muscle building guide will first focus on your diet because it is the most important part of the whole process. You can do a good job in the gym, but if you’re not supplying your body with the correct foods, no muscles will be able to grow. By simply cutting out all the processed foods you can put on much more muscle. These foods are full of chemicals that serve no point for the body and actually slow down the growth of muscles in your body. The training part is actually a lot easier that most people think. I see people that goto the gym everyday that invest over an hour in the gym. These people don’t even break a sweat. I workout for 7 minutes, but here is the key; it’s intense. I workout intensely because that stimulates muscle growth.
Quick muscle building methods are hard to find these days because there seems to be an increasing amount of misinformation available to people. Infomercials are to blame because they usually present inaccurate information in the name of marketing. You have to really have an eye for determining when you’re getting real information and being marketed too. The methods for building muscle really aren’t that hard. It just requires you to be dedicated to the process over the long term. This is the hard part for most people. If you can handle it, than please follow my advice because it will work. Quick muscle building requires a diet that is perfect. Most people think the gym is the most important, so they put all their effort into that. This will lead to slow and subpar results. Your diet is going to determine how well those muscles grow and how fast they grow. You want to have the best results, so put more effort into your diet. You can do very well with a very good diet and a poor workout because your diet is what is going to make the results grow. The training part is a lot easier, but you’re probably doing the wrong types of exercises that actually slow down your results. Stop doing all those isolated workouts that work tiny muscles. You can do all the bicep curls in the world and it won’t make your arms bigger. It’s the compound exercises that build muscle, so that means you should be doing deadlifts and squats.
I wanted to take the time to share something very important. Quick muscle building is a completely obtainable thing for most people. It is amazing how many people I see at the gym that are becoming “gym rats” because they just think that more time is better. We’re talking about getting bigger muscles here and often less is more. My time doing this as a hobby has taught me many different rules and lessons that I want to share with you. Diet is KingYour time spent on your diet is probably worth twice what you use for your gym workout. Diet is everything when it comes to building muscle.. I used to be guilty of this for sometime and once I started focusing on diet, my results exploded. I was doing amazing things because I learned that diet is everything. Your results will only be as good as your diet. If you want a quick muscle building tip, cut out all the processed foods that are full of chemicals you can’t even pronounce. It’s completely unnecessary for the body and I believe it slows down the process of muscle building.More is often less, in the gymLastly, quick muscle building doesn’t require much time. Remember, more is often less. There is no need to spend hours at the gym. Most of these people don’t even break a sweat. I workout for 7 minutes. But it is the most intense 7 minutes I can put my body through. The stress is so high that it stimulates huge sums of muscle.
Muscle building is a continuum. There is no “end” to it. You can always build more muscle than you have. What makes this really challenging is that the process by which you efficiently build muscle changes as you move through the continuum. Beginning lifters should use different training parameters than professionals. A further complicating factor is that your body is a variable as well. How do you account for that?For example your body type makes a huge difference in the type of training you should do. So as you can see finding that right mix becomes very difficult. This is one of the reasons that I struggle with the “Programs” that so many offer. I would never suggest that anybodies program doesn’t work. Of course it did for them. That’s why they offer it up to you. But with all the variables at play will they work for you? Very possibly. Or not.The point is you have to know how muscle works, how it is built and then given your body type, goals, experience and many other things, try different techniques until you find some that work for you and that you enjoy doing. My guess is that it will be some of this and some of that.But one of the greatest challenges you will face is the one of age. That is one variable that will stand everything else on its head. You see a professional at 30 will HAVE to train differently at 50, all else equal. Now THAT becomes challenging. When something has been working, possibly for years, doesn’t anymore what are you to do? I am not talking about plateau busting, this isn’t that simple. No I am talking about the two biggest factors (possibly) in muscle building, your definition of 100% effort for a workout and your recovery time. Granted these variables change gradually but they also change dramatically. At 50 gone are the two a day splits and blasting chest 3 times a week. Actually these have been gone for a while, but you get my point. So how do you teach an old dog new tricks?Square 1. If you’ve been paying attention, I am not about “programs”. Knowledge is King! As I write this Greg Norman at 53 years old, is leading the British Open Golf Tournament, beating every other player in the world (except Tiger who isn’t playing). This includes the best in the world that’s half his age. You think Norman prepared for this event the same way he did when he was 30(and won it)? You think his routine at the event is the same now as it was then? Now he probably won’t win, but he doesn’t need to. He’s made his point already. At his age, at this point in his career, what he needs to be successful and how he got there are DIFFERENT then when he was 30. So how do you find the right weight lifting routine for muscle building at 50? The same way you would at 30. Learn what works for you. Now.
People walk right past the most important item in the gym everyday without even realizing that it is the key to mass building success. If you use this every time you workout you will actually begin to obtain the body that you think you are building, but probably aren’t, and can’t figure out why.The entire field of muscle building boils down to one very simple concept. Break the muscle down with X amount of weight so that when it recovers it can do that same amount of work the next time without breaking down again. So to get bigger, you must use X plus weight to break the muscle down, it recovers to handle this amount and on and on.Now there are many variables that factor in to this process. Things like nutrition, supplements, amount of rest and so on. But the concept is fixed. Many things affect the process but only by understanding the concept and then following through with it again and again can you even have a chance at muscle mass gains. It’s obvious that you can do all the variable things involved in muscle building, but if you don’t hit the gym and understand this concept, there will be no gain.Understanding this concept then means lifting X plus weight in every workout for the same body part right? Do you? Probably not. Why? Well lots of reasons. But the REAL reason is ego, and not REALLY understanding the concept of muscle building. If you can bench 200 today for x reps and x sets. Your goal for the very next chest workout is what? It should be x reps and x sets at 200 PLUS! So the most important part is the PLUS! Which leads me to the most important item in the gym.The 1 pound weight plate.Do you EVER use it? I didn’t think so. Using the bench example, when you tear the muscle down with 200 and it recovers to handle the same load again do you need to tear it down with 210? 225? 245? Let’s say 225. When it recovers in a couple days and you work chest again can you handle the 225 easy? So this workout let’s use 250 and then 275 and then 300. See, it doesn’t work that way. If it did you would be benching tons in months. So why lift that way?So why don’t people use 1 pound weights? Not impressive enough? The reason I hear a lot is that they are TOO light and don’t make any difference. They can’t even tell they are on the bar. Isn’t that the POINT? If you add a 1 pound plate to each side every workout, and you train chest say ONCE a week, in a year you’ll be benching a 100 pounds more than today. Are you benching 100 pounds more today than a year ago? Why again are you in the gym?
I first started muscle building with solo routines of weight lifting exercises. I did not foresee the series of events that strengthened the bond I now have with my son
On my 49th birthday I came to a unsettling conclusion. I was totally and hopelessly out of shape. My back was sore every day and tendinitis was attacking my hands and arms. My appearance was horrible and my mood worse. Every day was the same. Antidepressants and talks with a therapist didn’t help. Oh yeah, and libido, forget it.
I’m going to talk to you about my muscle building secret. There is so much misinformation out there on this subject that it is almost impossible to figure out how to build muscle correctly. I’ve been doing this for almost a decade now and I’ve only really understood what it takes for a few years now. It requires a lot of dedication to the process and a use of all the science that is out there. All of us can put on muscle if we use the correct information backed on science to make our plan. I’m going to share what I’ve learned that will help you.