Do you think you are one of those people who want to build lean muscle mass as quickly and efficiently as possible? Then you are not alone. You may have tried various methods and thought when would you see the results.
You might have spent countless hours in the gym, spent heavily on supplements and waited on your body to show for it. You might have asked yourself “Is this training routine not good enough?”
The answer maybe yes or no, but there could be some super critical mistakes that were causing you to fail to see progress. Here, I am going to list some important methods which will help you identify your mistakes and give you the results you need.
Choosing the correct exercise
This is undoubtedly the most common and biggest mistake people make. Carrying out the same incorrect exercises over and over again is the quickest way to get to no where. If you are not experiencing any progress, you might want to ask yourself “Am I doing the correct exercise?”
A better exercise is the one that allows you to work on more than one body part at one time. To build muscles quickly, you need to focus more on this kind of exercises. Simply said, the more body parts you can work on in one exercise, the faster you are going to see the progress.
Focus on your task
If you want to see the results, you must be focused on your task. Create a timetable for your workout. Don’t do multitasking while working out. Only work out when you should work out and rest when you should result. Don’t over extend your capabilities. Working out in your resting time won’t build you more lean muscle. The body needs to recover from the strain of the exercise to show the results.
If your program requires you to eat healthy at a particular time, work out at one time, and rest later, you should be seeing the progress.
Keep changing your workout program
Another common mistake I see people making is that their work out program lacks change. When you keep doing the same thing over and over again, your body gets accustomed to doing that and doesn’t make progress. This is a lethal mistake that people generally make.
An ideal work out program should be changed every two weeks. This way, your body will undergo the change required to show results.