The Big Muscle Building Misunderstanding


Summary

If you’re a guy, you’ve probably wondered how to build muscle at some point. So why is it that most men never get the results they desire in the gym? Today we’ll answer this question for you.


If you’re a guy, you’ve probably wondered how to build muscle at some point. So why is it that most men never get the results they desire in the gym? Today we’ll answer this question for you.

The next time you’re in your local gym take a look around the free weights section. You’ll see a variety of characters which populate the majority of gyms around the world. By that, of course, we mean guys who enjoy throwing the weights around but don’t seem to be getting anywhere with their results. After today you’ll never become part of that crowd.

Better still, none of them will cost you anything and you can apply them all right now.

If you don’t know how to build muscle today’s interview will assist you a lot.

The first step to building a better body starts in the kitchen at home, not in the gymnasium. Before you head off for your next workout try to set some time to one side and allow yourself to write up an eating plan. By ensuring your nutrition is geared towards building the type of physique you’re striving for physically you will make your journey far easier.

There is so much nonsense and hype out there about nutrition, largely down to the massive range of supplements all competing for your purchase each month, that many people are led to believe it’s too confusing to sort out their nutrition plan. It’s not, and we’re going to show you how to do it today. Are you ready for step one?

Establishing your daily calorie figure is very straightforward. The key to successful dieting is avoiding the bad habit of calorie counting, we’ll show you how to set a daily ballpark figure and you should use it as a loose target. To do this, simply take your desired body weight in pounds and multiply the number by fifteen.

That’s how to set your ballpark figure for your daily calorie intake. Don’t worry if you are a little bit over or under, we don’t want you getting into the habit of calorie counting.

If your diet is solid you’ll be amazed at the improvement in your results. However, try combining that with the following tips as well for even further improvements.

Firstly we need to address your sleeping pattern. Your body releases growth hormone when you are in a state of deep sleep, which usually occurs 2-4 hours into sleep. Needless to say, growth hormone is as good for building size and strength as it sounds so you don’t want to miss out by only getting an hour or two in bed each night.

We want to take a moment or two to discuss the importance, or rather than un-importance, of bodybuilding supplements. The only supplements you really ‘need’ to add to your nutrition plan are whey protein and creatine monohydrate. You can go crazy with supplements but the majority of people get lost in the hype and expect their latest product to produce miracle results, which it won’t. The key word to remember is supplement, it’s there to support your diet plan not replace it.

Whey protein and creatine have by far the most research to back up their scientific advantages so it’s definitely worthwhile adding them to your diet, but try to keep your supplements to a minimum.

The simple points in today’s video post will teach you the fundamental basics of how to build muscle and retain it forever. It’s time to get started. By the time you’re ready for your next gym session you should be equipped with a fountain of new confidence.

Author: Russ Howe PTI is the UK’s most subscribed Personal Trainer. Discover how to build muscle with our free video walkthrough showing the five principles to a more muscular physique.