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Fastest and Safest Way To Gain Muscle

November 24, 2010 Print This ArticleShare

Author: Michael Greeves



Fast Gain Muscle

Gaining muscle safely is the key to longevity and overall success. The fastest and safest way to gain muscle may be different for everyone, but there are some steps you can take to ensure both will occur.

Gaining muscle fast is something many bodybuilders work toward. While it can be achieved in a number of ways, often times fast muscle gain occurs due to the use of products that aren’t particularly safe. If you want to gain muscle quickly and safely, you need to eat a well-balanced diet. Intense training will call for your muscles to be fed on a regular basis. This means eating high protein meals between five to eight times a day. Smaller meals will digest much easier and help build muscle much better than only a few larger ones.

Supplements are also used in gaining muscle mass. The safest supplements are those that are natural products. When choosing, select only those that have been approved and received good reviews. Be wary of those that haven’t really been tested or are not widely used. There may be a reason why they haven’t received a whole lot of attention.

Train safely. This is a very important part of strength training. If you do not execute each exercise correctly, you could injure yourself. This would set you back for a least a few weeks, but could have lasting effects that would keep you from continuing your training program. You can avoid that by taking the time to learn about each exercise you perform. A trainer at your local gym can answer any questions you may have about the exercises you have chosen. He or she can also help you build a routine that is designed specifically to meet your needs.

Muscle can be gained quickly through intense training. This does not mean cramming a lot of repetitions and sets into your routine and training every day. You’ll start out with several reps and a lower amount of weight, but will lower the number of reps as you increase the amount of weight you lift. Also, training three to four days a week is recommended. Your muscles are already being pushed to their limits so any more than that and you’ll be taking a serious risk of over training them. The other days will be free to rest and you’re body will thank you for it in so many ways. You’ll feel and look better and begin gaining muscle at a steady rate.


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