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How to Gain Muscle as Fast as Possible

By Edited Mar 5, 2014 0 0

If you are really ready to gain muscle and bulk up, I have five quick and easy tips for you.

These tips will ensure that you will no longer be the skinny, wimpy person you are trying to change and will lead you to bulkier muscles, tight abs, and huge arms.

First, you must change your diet. It is extremely important that you are consuming red meat and keeping it stabilized with tons of natural oils and green leafy vegetables.

You must avoid fatty foods and excess sugars. The types of calories found in sugary and refined foods are not the types of calories that burn easily and take much longer to change into muscle.

Secondly, think quality, not quantity. If you can do 50 reps on a 20 lb weight, try instead doing 10 reps of 100. Try lower reps and higher weights. This will urge your muscles to get the full benefit of the higher weight and make them larger, which is how to gain muscle.

Third, you need to remember to stay hydrated. Water is an excellent source of hydration and minerals that your body constantly needs.

When you stay hydrated, your body requires less time to recover from the workout the day before. Water also helps keep your body and system clean by eliminating harmful toxins trapped inside fatty foods.

Next, you’ll want to remember to get a good night’s sleep EVERY night. You will also want to give yourself two days off per week to allow your muscles to fully recover. 48 consecutive hours are suggested to give your body time to make any repairs it needs to make. Don’t push yourself too hard too fast.

Lastly, you’ll want to make sure you are training only one part of your body per day. Just because you can do more doesn’t necessarily mean you should. Focus on one small and one large muscle to work at the same time. Try your calves and chest together on one day then switch to forearms and back the next.

By following the above tips, you will be well on your way to knowing how to gain muscle in a healthy and quick way.



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