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8 Things You MUST Do To
Build Maximum Muscle Mass.
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I'm going to provide you with 8 basic, simple steps that you can utilize on your
journey to increased muscle mass and strength. The information contained in this
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1) Train With Weights and Focus On Freeweight, Compound Movements.
While "train with weights" may seem like an obvious point, you'd be surprised at how many
people believe that they can make significant muscular gains using only body weight
exercises. If you want to make solid, noteworthy gains in muscle size and strength, you
absolutely must train with weights. While body weight exercises can help you achieve some
modest results to start off with, these gains will eventually plateau and your progress will
come to a grinding halt. The plain fact of the matter is that nothing can come close to the
overall anabolic effect of heavy, compound, free weight exercises. What is a compound
exercise, you ask? A compound exercise is any lift that stimulates more than one major
muscle group at a time. Examples of these lifts are the squat, deadlift, bench press, chin up,
barbell row, overhead press, dip and lunge. Compound movements allow you to handle the
most weight and will stimulate the greatest amount of total muscle fibers. If you are looking to
pack on some serious muscular weight, you absolutely must make these basic compound
movements the cornerstone of your routine.
2) Be Prepared To Train Hard.
If you think that building muscle is a complete walk in the park, you're in for a huge
disappointment! One of the biggest factors that separates those who make modest gains from
those who make serious gains is their level of training intensity. The reality is that most
people just plain don't train hard enough. In order to stimulate your muscle fibers to their
utmost potential, you must be willing to take every set you perform in the gym to the point of
muscular failure.