How To Build Muscle Faster With These 3 vital tips - Get That Lean And Ripped Body Faster

By: Darren C Boal

Ok this we all know... building muscle is not the simplest thing to carry out even with regimented rigid workout schedules and buying every fad workout and supplement program that comes out.
Personally Inever really was able to grow any noteworthy muscle mass, but from personal experience I have made some vital discoveries that have helped make develop incredible muscle gains which I know even hardgainers would benefit from.
{Here are those 3 important tips that will have you gaining and packing on muscle faster than you have to this stage
1. Make sure that 95% of the exercises you perform frequently in the gym are big multi-joint compound exercises. Whether it is building muscle or fat loss, it doesn't matter... big multi-joint workouts should comprise 95% of the exercises you complete in your programs if you want to get lean, ripped, and powerful.
It is a lot easier to think about it as major-movement patterns such as these (remember that 95% of your program needs to include these exercises) (focus 95% of your workouts on these):

  • bench press,

  • bent over barbell rows,

  • lat pull-downs,

  • barbell or kettle-bell clean & presses,

  • front squats,

  • sumo dead-lifts,

  • lunges,

  • core exercises - these are vitally important, but still must be 2nd priority to all of the major upper body and lower body multi-joint movements... your abs and core will receive their workout from most major multi-joint exercises

The {remaining 5% of your program needs to focus on single joint exercises (isolation exercises) such as bicep curls, tricep presses, calf presses, shoulder shrugs, shoulder lateral raises, pec flyes, etc, etc. However, don't forget, the main focus should always be the multi-joint drills.
2. Exercise hard and intensely 3-4 days a week for 45-60 minutes per weight training workout. Your workouts should last no longer than 60 minutes as training too much beyond this point can result in increased catabolism. You want to stay anabolic, but you still need to train your self hard and intensely enough to promote muscle growth.
Intense Super-set workouts will maximize your results. My desired mix of exercises are contrasting upper and lower body movement patterns that don't obstruct each other, such as squats combined with pull-ups as a superset, or bench press combined with dead-lifts as a superset.
Never misjudge the effectiveness of these sorts of upper/lower body supersets combined with the heaviest weights you are capable of and with high intensity. I can still remember the first time that I experienced significantmuscle mass gains when I started with these sorts of super-sets frequesntely.
These are mainstays of almost any effective workout program - your daily calorie intake can simply be accustomed depending on what you are trying to achieve, should that be gaining muscle mass or losing fat.
3. Your diet needs to be full of quality whole foods, not highly processed or under delivering supplement powders and bars.
The quality of protein, with these added benefits, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants are best consumed by the body from real whole food such as fruit, vegetables, meats, eggs, nuts, dairy (preferably raw), seeds etc.
Forget about the hyped up workout programs in the glossy muscle magazines that only see results for pro bodybuilders or people on steroids. Forget about the over-hyped supplement potions and powders that pay the bills for almost every muscle mag... Instead, incorporate the tips in this article, and you'll see a leaner, more muscular, ripped body like you've never seen before!

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