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Build Muscle By Producing More Blood Cells

May 14, 2008
This article is going to explain a way to build muscle massively without having to follow crazy diet plans etc. This is not about some new deceiving supplements. This is about core scientific facts on what a muscle really is and how it is created. Do any of you hard gainers recognize this question?

"I do every thing you ought to do: workout, nutrition, rest...etc. Then why am I not gaining muscle?"

Yes, I am sure most of you can relate to it; its power strikes every man in any life situation and often it is our final challenge coming forth testing our willpower and determination to succeed. It is the last obstacle that lies at the border of the slim line between good and excellence.

This situation, where effort is exerted and there is no gain, is referred to as the "plateau". In other words, it is when progress stops and where the workout, the job and the motivation lose its purpose. Some pass this phase despite their willingness, others do not. In this article, you will learn not only how to overcome this stage when bodybuilding but you will soon discover that it applies to other regions in your life as well.

Those extraordinary men and women who pass the "death rattle" of the "plateau" become those who we call excellent and outstanding. There are two categories, represented by the quotes below, that sum up these individuals.

1. "If you keep doing the same thing you've always done, you'll end up with what you've always gotten."

2. "The significant problems you face today can never be solved at the same level of thinking you were at when you created them."

In other words, you cannot do the same things again and again and expect to get different results. This is very typical for the people who follow the same diet, same exercise regime and the same lifestyle, barking and putting other people down because they think differently.

This is not about being right, nor is it about which fitness guro says you are right. It is about being honest to yourself and asking questions such as the following: "Is what I'm doing working?", "Is this behavior getting me where I want to go?" If your answer is "no" to any of these, then the only way out is to change the way you react and do things.

To say out loud: "Stay committed, but be flexible in your approach."

Whatever you do that is not working, is a sign to do something else, anything else. Because what you are doing right now is not working.

So here is how it works. Most people who do exercise think they know everything about nutrition, diet, restitution etc, but if you ask them how a muscle is built on a biological basis, they will not know what to say. Some may attempt by saying things like "Muscle is built from protein", you'd be better staying away from those people. Don't buy their products either.

A muscle is not built only on proteins; it is built with muscle blood cells. So, keep this in mind - muscle is built up from muscle cells. Make sure to repeat it until it goes in your head.

If you have been following the same workout regime for months, rested well and ate right without results, it might be because you are not having the compounds the body needs for building muscle. This specific compound is called blood.

The average person has between 4-6 liters of blood circulating in their system. Blood is critical for your muscles because of its function as a supplier of its nutrients. Nutrients to sustain and develop are all carried through the blood. Hormones, nutrients, enzymes and so forth are all carried by the bloodstream to the muscle.

One of the major reasons why people stop gaining muscle is simply because the body does not have enough blood to sustain it, so as a consequence it doesn't develop any. When you start to workout harder, which produces a catabolic response in your body, the body then uses more of its blood just to sustain the muscles.

When you work your muscles, they grow. But have you ever wondered why? The answer is easy: because blood is being pumped into it. When you workout your biceps it creates something called piezoelectricity which then converts a red blood cell into a muscle cell. Something in science called "pleomorphisme". Therefore if you are lacking blood you will neither build nor maintain any muscle in your body. So what is the secret in this?

The answer is simple: When gaining stops, build blood.

How do you do it?

In a period of six weeks the average man can increase his blood supply by up to 25 percent extra. That is like having 25 percent more energy being added to you in just 6 weeks. Suddenly you function not only on a 100 percent but on 125 percent efficiency.

The method is simply...

The blood's major purpose is to carry oxygen around your body. If you demand it to carry more, it will produce more blood. This is done with aerobic exercise - 6 weeks of aerobic exercise 4-5 times a week, with a 12 min warm up, 30 min run and 12 min warm down will produce just that extra demand for your body to carry more oxygen resulting in a need for more blood. You can of course combine this with you normal workout routine if desired.

How you know if you are doing aerobic exercise? You must be able to carry out a normal conversation; otherwise it is not aerobic, but anaerobic.

Other critical compounds in building blood and building muscle are these primary nutrients:

Water: makes up 78% of the red blood cell. If you want 25 percent extra, drink 25 percent extra...

Iron: The core atom of hemoglobin is an iron core. Get your iron percent RDV.

Chlorophyll: The green stuff in plants is totally identical to hemoglobin (the substance of red blood cells), only one difference; the center is a magnesium atom, but the body can convert it to hemoglobin. You need to eat more greens in order to build more blood so make sure to get your 7 daily portions (eat veggies, not fruit, since they often do not contain chlorophyll).

You do this for six weeks. Then return to your workout routine and build muscle massively.

Copyright 2008, Masszymes Inc. All rights reserved.
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