Learn How To Put On Muscle Faster With These Fitness Tips

As a man you are supposed to give off a manly appearance. There is nothing that says a man like big arms and forearms with a massive chest to match. Maybe you have been putting your time in the gym day in and day out, but just aren’t seeing the gains that you like. Maybe you have switched up your routine time and time again, but just can’t seem to get anywhere. Well, getting new and faster gains doesn’t always mean that you have to drastically switch up your workout plan or even follow a specific scientific diet. Some small, but simple changes could be just the thing that you need to put on more muscle.

Set The Right Strength Goals

Most men go wrong by strictly focusing on putting on certain poundage of muscle. And, in most cases their goals aren’t achievable within the time frame that they have set for themselves. Instead, you really need to be focusing on getting stronger. When you increase your overall strength it gives your body the ability to recruit more muscle fibers. These will be the muscle fibers that make the biggest difference in the way that your physique looks. Training and enhancing your strength will make your overall goal more achievable. Choose three exercises that you want to improve your lifts on and aim to hit these numbers and you will see drastic changes.

Shake It Up During Training

You will see a lot of fitness experts boast about the benefits of drinking protein before and after a workout. Both are extremely important, but if you really want to gain muscle you should consider consuming one during your workout. Make sure the protein shake is high in both protein and carbs. This is a quick shot of carbs and calories that will help keep your energy up and provide you with the ability to train harder and longer. Just be careful not to upset the stomach. Starting with twenty grams of protein and forty grams of carbs should be a good start. Other supplementation can help as well. Just remember that if you want to buy steroids online, always do so from a trusted vendor. And be sure to also always consult with a doctor before starting a new cycle, even if you’ve done them before and “know what you are doing.” We don’t personally recommend steroids but we know many of you guys in the bodybuilding community will do so whether recommended or not, so our advice to you is to just be careful, and this means begin by consulting with a doctor, buying from a trusted vendor, and taking things slowly.

Work Your Muscles Two To Three Times A Week

You have probably noticed that most bodybuilders or body building programs recommend working each individual muscle at least once a week. There is nothing wrong with this, but it isn’t going to get you those fast gains that you are seeking. Working each individual muscle once a week means that you are going a long time between workouts for particular muscle groups. This is why you should consider working each of those muscle groups two or three time a week instead of once a week. Of course, not everyone has this much time to put in the gym. If you find that you can only workout three times a week, you might want to consider switching to full body workouts that allow you to work every part of the body during each session.

The Bottom Line

Increasing the frequency that you are working each muscle will allow you to build more strength, which goes back to the first concept mention. More strength means faster muscle gains.

About Jason Spencer

Jason Spencer has a tremendous enthusiasm for all facets of health, fitness and physical performance that stems from an athletic lifestyle from childhood. Jason was fortunate enough to compete in collegiate football and learned to love the challenges that physical activity placed on the body. As Jason progressed through his higher education and became increasingly aware of how science is applied to physical activity and how it reveals the benefits of exercise, he realized very quickly that he wanted to pursue a career that gives him the opportunity to teach others to compete, challenge, and push themselves towards something more valuable to them than anything else; health, fitness and self worth. Being a fitness professional allows Jason to do this for them and he is always incredibly grateful for that. Jason has a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. Neuroscience and his acquired knowledge of the nervous system and muscle stimulation techniques has been extremely instrumental towards building a unique ability and feel for training the body for optimal form and function. As a personal trainer he is certified with ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine). He's also a strength & conditioning specialist with NSCA (National Strength & Conditioning Association). He has additional certifications in both kettlebell principles & techniques (Equinox), and Flexibility & Corrective Exercise (Swedish Institute of Health Sciences in NY). Jason has worked as a trainer and conditioning specialist in a variety of fitness facilities over the years such as: LA Fitness in Piscataway, NJ, the YMCA in Metuchen, NJ, and Equinox Fitness Clubs in New York, NY. He also does private in-home sessions all over the Manhattan area.

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