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Sunday, November 26, 2017

Start and Stick to Your Workout Plan

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Do you really want to build muscle and not waste time? Well, this article was written to help busy people build muscle and lose weight in an efficient way. For a muscle mass training program, training must be intense, frequent, heavy and composed of basic exercises. This article will, therefore, help you discover the essential steps that will allow you to progress in the long term because that's how you will have the best results.


Here are the important points that you need to respect in order for your muscle mass training program to work. During this period, it will be necessary to favor compound exercises which will allow big gains in muscular mass and strength. The basic exercises of muscle mass gain are those that work for the large muscle groups. Therefore, apply these methods to your workouts and you'll build muscle.

Here are some points to follow for your muscle mass training program. Remember, when you are using multi-joint and multi-muscle exercises, you are working many muscles at the same time, resulting in more calories burned and a shorter, more effective workout.

With proper planning, repeated workouts can enhance gene activation to achieve a higher level of activity and muscle growth. Give the muscles time to recover from the session and sleep as much as your schedule allows.

The number of repetitions is perhaps the most important element and will make the biggest difference compared to other types of training programs. You will waste your effort if you resort to excessive repetitions to literally destroy the slightest muscle fiber in your arms. As a result, you will shoot yourself in the foot and slow down your muscle gain.

Therefore, a workout must be balanced to work the opposing muscles in an equivalent way in terms of the number of exercises, series or frequency of work. In addition, each worked muscle sends a slight anabolic signal to all the other muscles of the body, via the circulatory system. Opposing exercises are therefore an excellent method to stimulate the muscles quickly and effectively.

For a beginner or an intermediate practitioner, the recommend reps are between 9 and 12 repetitions per series (except for special cases). Because with less than 5 repetitions, you will mainly work strength, and with too many repetitions (more than a dozen) you will mainly work on your stamina.

Training is only part of a good bodybuilding program, nutrition is responsible for more than half of the results. Have a proper nutritional regime, so that the body has the right amount of macronutrients to build muscle and recover quickly.

The interesting point of this concept, revealed by the research carried out on this subject, is that if your diet is sufficient in proteins, calories and carbohydrates, and you have opted for the right food supplements, you can really take advantage of a bodybuilding program. For maximum gain, you must pay attention to the meal that follows your bodybuilding training. Do not forget that intensive training will stimulate your appetite not only after the session but also the next day.

For muscle mass gain you should eat about 1 gram of protein and 2 grams of carbohydrate per pound of body weight per day depending on your fat percentage and your training volume. It is during recovery that muscle growth is made.

Under-nourishment is a real probable possibility for many people. Focus on eating lots of real, whole foods and planning your meals ahead of time, if possible. Pre-packaged dinners like ones from Paleo on the Go (my personal fave), Pete's Paleo, Freshly, or Nutrisystem will also help you consume nutritious meals. However, Nutrisystem cost tends to be lower overall, as PureHealthyLiving.net shows in their helpful article.

Health and wellness comes from a comprehensive approach of taking care of yourself physically with workouts, sleep, good nutrition, and stress-relief and also caring for your mental health as well.

What is a new habit you are starting that will help you stick to your workout plan?

4 comments:

  1. This is truly a pleasant and enlightening, containing all data furthermore greatly affects the new innovation. A debt of gratitude is in order for sharing it, vibrant yogini

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  3. This is all helpful advice. I am trying to build more muscle to keep my bones healthy also.

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  4. I never knew exactly how many carbs and grams of protein I should be consuming!

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