Increasing your lean muscle is not rocket science. You need to train hard, hitting the gym regularly, and eating protein-rich foods. Workouts should contain both strength training and high-intensity cardio exercise. Lean muscle will be achieved when you
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Now that you have a workout routine you need to follow it. That may be the most difficult part of setting fitness goals and setting resolutions. Learn to enjoy your workouts and conquer your fitness goals. Remember to be patient and practice your workouts. As your fitness improves exercise will be easier to follow.
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With all the advances in exercise science and technology, muscle building still comes down to a couple core exercises. Deadlifts, pull-ups, and squats are three of the all time best exercises for muscle. Research proves time and time again they you don't need to reinvent the wheel!
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Many teens want to build muscle. As male teens go through puberty they may be overweight and need to tone up, burn fat by speeding up their metabolism and lose weight. Other teens have the opposite problem and are too skinny. Boys especially want to build muscles as they want to look good so they can go out with the prettiest girls or the girl of their dreams.
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If you are looking for a workout that not only grows your muscles but gives you all-round strength, the 5 x 5 will give you that. And should you need added motivation to try this workout, the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger’s mentor, Reg Park trained with the 5 x 5 method and was Mr. Universe six times.
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Build mass and muscle definition quickly speed strength-training. with Speed strength training is comprised of two main parts: interval training and weight lifting. Interval training is about sprinting short distances or changing your pace abruptly while running. Decreasing the time of rest periods between sets can also help speed up the amount of time it takes to build muscle.
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In order to build lean muscle you have to put your body into what is called an anabolic state. This is when your body builds tissue. In order to put your body into an anabolic state, you have to have a combination of cardio and strength workouts.
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Female bodybuilding is about adding lean muscle without the fat. Women may find it difficult to add muscle and therefore need guidance on best practices. Most women only want to lose fat, tone muscle, and look their best. To that end, there are five rules to female muscle building that you should keep in mind before and while you are working out.
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The different studies conducted have used various methods for testing metabolic changes that occur after exercise. There are also a number of mechanisms involved with increasing metabolism. Keep in mind you are working toward a very significant goal which is to build muscle while burning calories. The more you strength train, the more you’ll see this occur.
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Gain max amounts of muscle fast with high-intensity strength training. Add compound exercises to your routine. This is where two exercises are joined to form one that is more effective. One example of this would be combining a squat with a military shoulder press. This gives you the squat and shoulder press.
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Muscle and strength may be trained for at the same time. Adding compound exercises to your routines will help when you are training for both muscle and strength. These are two exercises combined into one. An example of this would be completing wall sits at the same time as dumbbell raises. This targets different muscle groups while shortening the amount of time you are actually performing the exercise.
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You can cut fat and gain muscle with strength workouts. Strength train to begin gaining muscle mass. Don’t think of it as replacing your fat with muscle. Instead, think of it from the perspective of trimming fat and building muscle at the same time. This is what you will be doing. As your cardio begins to work on the fat, the strength training will work on the muscle.
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You build muscle, strength, and power through strength training. As your muscles are broken down and then recover, they become stronger. Add extreme intensity to your workouts and they’ll become much larger as well. Strength training will build both lean muscle and strength. Light strength training tones your muscles, but intense training is what will make you much stronger than you’ve ever been before.
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When you begin your fitness program, you’ll need to make some very important changes. Diet is the first. This does not mean going on a diet, it means changing the way you eat entirely and knowing your daily calories. You’ll need to replace unhealthy foods with health ones and eat six to eight small meals a day instead of three large ones.
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As you age you want to keep your hard earned muscle. Follow these steps to keep your muscle as you age. Your exercise routine should consist of some cardio followed by strength training. You can alternate days for the strength training in order to allow your muscles to recover, but the cardio should be performed at least four days a week.
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