Building muscle isn’t purely about vanity — a bigger muscle means more power potential. If you’re training to be a bodybuilder or looking to fill out the sleeves on your polo, these articles will help you reach your muscle building goals.
Below you’ll find nutrition, tips, and workouts designed to help you build muscle. As always, consistency, proper nutrition, and pushing yourself in the gym will yield the most gains.
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Abs are made in the kitchen and what you eat will directly affect your body composition, performance, and health. It’s okay to enjoy foods that you enjoy, the trick is to enjoy them in moderation.
Below are articles on how to get a grasp on what you’re eating, why you should eat it, and what you can do to improve your chances of building more muscle.
Muscle Building FAQ
We hear your questions, here are our answers.
You can build muscle without weights using plyometric training, although your results will certainly vary than those from using weight. Check out this bodyweight workout routine for an idea of how to build muscle without weights.
Building muscle fast requires increasing your training volume, increasing time under tension, decreased rest between sets, and a focus on consuming a surplus of nutritious whole foods.
Look, you don’t have to spend your whole day in the gym. If you consistently go to the gym and knock out 20 to 30 minutes of 100% focused and planned out work and eat enough nutritious foods, you’re going to build muscle.
A general rule of thumb is a beginner will see a substantial gain within eight weeks. More experienced lifters may be able to see gains within three to four weeks.