Saturday, October 31, 2015

The Art of Body Building: How to Gain Muscle (part 2 of 2)

So, the key to muscle gain is to actually get enough rest after working out. It is not advisable to work out the same muscle group everyday as it will not efficiently gain muscle as it takes at least two days of good sleep to fully replace the injured muscles with much bigger and stronger muscle tissues. So, when you work out, try providing some intervals on what muscle group you have to work out on each day.

A good example would be working out the chest and triceps on day one, back and biceps on day two, and legs and shoulders on day three. The abdominal muscles should be worked out everyday.

Try to provide four to five exercises on each of the muscle groups with 3 sets with 10 repetitions each.

However, you might want to change the exercises for each muscle group every two weeks in order to avoid the plateau where the muscles will get so used to the exercises that it will not grow any larger.

Another mistake that people do when it comes to body building is that they often execute the exercises at a very fast rate. They may think that this is a more efficient way to build muscles, but it's actually not. You have to execute the exercises in a smooth, controlled, and slow motions in order to promote maximum muscle contractions.

These are just some of the correct ways to gain muscle. Always remember that muscle gain is not just about lifting weights but there is a system that you need to follow in order for you to gain muscles efficiently and get the results you want at the soonest time possible. In fact, it is very possible to gain muscles in just a matter of weeks. Do it right and you will see fast results.


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