Sculpting your body is the top reason why you’re working out every week, right?
Turning your stubborn fats into lean muscle requires hard work. But once you’ve done everything correctly, you are sure to love the results. By then, you’ll be able to do your day-to-day activities easily. No sweat!
Want to gain pounds of lean muscle in a short time? Here’s an effective month-long workout by exercise physiologist Jimmy Pena on Muscle and Fitness:
Gain 10 Pounds of Muscle in 4 Weeks
It’s a lofty goal: Gain 10 pounds of muscle in just one month. While such results are aggressive and can’t continue at the same torrid rate indefinitely, we’ve seen firsthand individuals who’ve followed our mass-gaining programs and reached double digits in four short weeks, averaging gains of 2-3 pounds a week. Trust us, it can be done. But if there’s one thing such a bold goal needs, it’s an ambitious training and nutrition strategy. In regard to nutrition, don’t even think about taking that aspect lightly. You can work out all you want, but if you don’t ingest adequate calories and macronutrients, you won’t build muscle. What and when you eat is paramount to your results, and you’ll find all you need to know about gaining mass in a short amount of time in our bulking diet meal plan. Read more…
Body Building Nation shares a few tips to make the most out of your workouts:
10 Training Tips To Gain Lean Muscle
Gaining lean muscle involves loads of commitment, persistence and, hard work; however, by following the basic dogmas of hypertrophy training your dream of an artistically sculpted and chiseled body may well become a reality. The top ten tips discussed below will suffice to aid in building lean muscle and obtaining your fitness objectives. Read more…
Lastly, personal trainer Wayne Griffins recommends these foods to include in your diet on Breaking Muscle:
Top 10 Foods to Gain Muscle Mass
What if I told you that you could gain more muscle mass with less training? Or retain more muscle mass with less training? And even gain/retain more strength with less training? The secret is nutrition. Read more…
Strong, healthy muscles will protect you from injuries, and promote healthy weight. And since you have a lower body fat percentage, you are at low-risk (probably even no-risk!) of chronic diseases and conditions like obesity, osteoarthritis, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
Just remember that you need to follow a healthy, balanced diet to pair with a good workout routine. You won’t gain anything if you keep on working out, but keep on eating processed foods that contain a lot of bad fat and bad carbs.
So take the leap, and follow these exercises and tips to gain pounds of lean muscle. Exercise frequently, but do not overtrain!
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