Despite your efforts, are you having trouble gaining muscle? By making poor plans or lacking expertise, you can be undermining your efforts.
Or there may be few reasons that you are not gaining the muscle you want-
EXCESSIVE CARDIO- To reduce blood pressure, cholesterol, and your risk of heart attacks and strokes, the AHA advises engaging in 40 minutes of moderate to strenuous aerobic exercise. However, if your goal is to gain lean muscle, strength training should be your primary focus, with some cardio added in towards the end. If you exercise frequently, you must properly nourish your body to keep on adding muscle.
OVERTRAINING AND INADEQUATE REST- Overtraining is caused by a combination of factors, not just overexercising. All of these stressors might make you tired and overstimulate your central nervous system, which will slow down your recovery and trigger an unfavorable hormonal reaction. My recommendation is to have enough rest and sleep, ideally 6 to 8 hours per night, and to avoid engaging in strenuous exercise more than five days per week.
USING IMPROPER FORM AND TOO MUCH WEIGHT- In order to develop strength and promote growth, you must utilize a higher weight than your body is used to. But it's crucial to start with a lesser weight, learn the maneuver, and then increase the weight when you're ready. A significant chance of injury exists if you're utilizing the poor form**.**
NOT EATING ENOUGH OR PROPERLY- The goal of strength training will be defeated if you're catabolic (causing molecules to break down) and burning more calories than you're consuming. The following daily ranges for vital nutrients are advised by the Institute of Medicine:
- Carbohydrates: 45-65 %
- Proteins: 10-35%
- Fats: 20-35%
LOW ACCOUNTABILITY AND INEFFECTIVE PLANNING- The last and most significant factor keeping you from getting results is a lack of strategy. Planning your meals and workouts in advance is necessary if you want to succeed.
- Plan your meals and workouts for one to two weeks in advance to make sure you're getting enough nutrition, getting enough exercise to promote growth, and getting enough relaxation. It's important to keep track of your exercise and diet.
DISCLAIMER:-*Above-stating content is provided for informational and educational purposes only. Before starting any type of program or treatment, it is advisable to seek advice from your health professional*
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