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How To Speed Your Muscle Growth

Apr 8, 2008
When I started with my attempts to gain muscle I made all the beginner mistakes you can imagine. I trained too often, over trained each body part doing way too many reps and sets all because I was convinced that "more must be more effective". I spend time doing useless exercises like different machines and cables because I thought isolating each muscle is only proper way to really work it to maximum. I did everything to "feel the burn" in order to "make it grow.

Looking back all the mistakes I made it is surprising I did not give up on my efforts. Actually I almost did! I really wanted to go back to old crew, drinking and other self destructing habits I use to indulge inn before. My struggle has ended when I finally found the system that works and my muscle gains simply skyrocketed so much that I ended with 45lbs of new lean muscle after about 8 months. But my biggest mistake was having no idea about the actual importance of nutrition. Initially, I never even considered the role of nutrition but the longer I train the more I realize how absolutely crucial it is for maximizing results. I also realize how many people fail to place enough emphasis on this critical factor.

Let me make this very simple for you. There are two basic principles: stimulus and response. Your workout is the stimulus for muscles to grow. How effective stimulus will be depends upon the way you approach your training sessions. Building muscle mass is dependent on exercise selection and repetitions because this is dictating how efficiently you are signaling your muscles to grow. But after you done that, it's all about response.
Response entirely depends on proper nutrition. Your nutrition directly hits your results. You can b sure that your training routines and nutrition are so interdependent that they cannot be separated.

Best training approach in the world will give you only small degree of the results if you are not supplying yourself with the fuels your body needs in order to build muscle mass. If you want to maximize your muscle growth you need to be as committed outside the gym as you are inside. Muscle growth begins when you end your workout. What you do after you leave the gym will directly impact your results either positively or negatively. This is why people usually fail getting rapid muscle gains. With all that massive media attacks propagating the "ultimate supplement" and "best training program" all around us it is easy to take to wrong approach.

Don't be confused and don't believe anybody who ignores these unavoidable principals crucial for quality of your results. Just think about this: Your weight training sessions last up to one hour. There is another 23 hours of time outside the gym affecting the success of your workouts. So it is 23:1score. 23 times more time your body has for responding on muscle growth stimulus.

Surely you already know that key factor responsible to the stimulus on intense training is protein. Proper supply with this "building material" for your muscles is to intake it every 2 to 3 hours. No, it is not difficult but it is essential to keep a steady stream of fresh "building material" available for your body to use all day long. I can imagine you freak out now; I did the same not so long time ago. You may think I'm crazy but I steel claim this is not difficult if you allow yourself getting little help. I told you about my total muscle mass "score" I had in my first 8 months but without the complete nutrition guide it will be difficult and very complicated to accomplish this.

Just to make sure you got my right. Nothing will happen without your endeavor, you must adjust your eating habits - sure. But it is not rocket science and if you take my advice seriously and take action. I can imagine you more than happy with this 84 day meal plans filled with a variety of food. That's 12 full weeks of no-guesswork, just healthy eating for fast muscle growth lifestyle.

Building muscle is not as complicated as most people make it. Just keep in mind that you are responding to the stimulus of training around the clock, seven days a week. That means each day is filled with numerous opportunities to enhance your recovery process. You can either take advantage of your time or waste it. The choice is yours.
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