Do I have what it takes to acquire a well built muscle? Well the truth is quite simple, yes. I know it sounds too good to be true, because some believe that muscle building depends mostly on an individuals characteristics namely; genes, sex hormones and age. Well although these factors are quite different in all of us, in muscle building it all boils down to who is ready to put more effort into training. Are you ready to pass through thick and thin in order to succeed? Just how much are you willing and prepared to persevere in order to meet your goal? I am not saying you need to be obsessed with gaining more muscles in order to succeed, but just have an acceptable level of desire needed to motivate you.
If you visit many gyms you will come across a very simple sign which has become a cliché, it reads “no pain, no gain”. This saying is very true, especially when it comes to building more muscles in the gym. Other people suggest that it is the method you employ which determines muscle growth and not how hard you train in the gym. I disagree with this concept completely, this is because for you to gain more muscles need to be broken down and this only occurs when you train beyond your limits.
Therefore you should not do a few sit-ups and expect to develop those six packs within a month. Instead you should do as many sit-ups as your body allows for you to get the results you desire, I mean even Rome was not built in one day. The one thing which separates losers from winners in this sport is the amount of effort an individual is willing to put in the game. You have to be willing to train tenaciously each time you get a chance to hit the gym. Your number one loyalty should be to the gym, so that you can be able to work your body to its full capacity.
Many people have the habit of training up to the point when they are beginning to feel fatigue and not willing to push the body even further.
So from today onwards, if you have been the sort of guy who is always coming with excuses for not going to the gym, you should avoid making up excuses. Try to push yourself beyond your limits and see just how great the results will be.
You should be willing to put more effort in your workouts, but remember not to compromise your resting periods. The importance of rest in gaining muscles can not be overemphasized. You need to give your muscles enough recovery time so that they can repair and facilitate the growing process. If you do not get enough rest between workouts then you could lose the muscles which you had gained. You should try and get a minimum of 8 hours sleep.
Follow the above points by the book and you are sure to be a success, even if you are a hard gainer. Good luck!
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