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Secrets to Gaining Muscles Finally Discovered

Josh WintropDec 09, 2009 | edited Dec 09, 2009 - by @JoshWintrop

Do you want to learn how to build six pack abs, lean muscle, and get ripped? The first step in achieving these goals is to begin to work toward losing fat. This is required prior to developing a fitness routine. Enhancing and defining muscles can only happen after the layers of fat that cover your muscles has been removed.

Basically, there are two scenarios which can possibly happen. If you're one of the scrawny types who has trouble bulking up and adding muscle, your first task is to gain some weight. This doesn't mean putting on a large amount of unhealthy weight, just some mild, healthy weight gain that will make it easier for you to build muscle.

The other scenario applies to anyone who has a beer belly or paunch. Again, first get rid of the excess fat in order to find the muscles that do indeed exist underneath, then you can start the workout plan to build and develop your muscles.

Whether your circumstances fall under the first or second category, it is essential to be prepared with the needed information to move on to the next step. It is now that you will benefit from a program that can reveal the true secrets to how to build muscle. So first lose the fat, then launch your plan for no-nonsense muscle building.

‘Lean' is the keyword that you need to remember here. When you're seeking an effective weight loss plan that also helps you to build up your muscles, there are some things you should consider before you get started. Is the author of the program knowledgeable about the topic? This is certainly one of the first things to look for when deciding on a program.

Second, you want your weight loss/muscle building plan to be the type that ensures long-term results, rather than a temporary fix. Getting involved in a quick weight-loss plan that eventually falls through is one of the primary mistakes people make when they're eager to shed excess pounds. They go for the short-cuts, which aren't usually the wisest way to healthy weight loss. Yes, the results may be seen soon — as soon as you step on the scales — but it's unlikely that this sort of loss will continue long-term.

An appropriate diet used in conjunction with a moderate to intense workout routine, will be necessary to ensure an appropriate weight loss and muscle building program. You will find that with this no-nonsense approach to weight loss, you will be able to maintain your weight loss permanently and while continuing to build muscle.

There's just one more thing to remember. Choose your weight loss and muscle building program with a view to the future, and be sure your selection is one that you can continue for the long-term. Many people who have tried to lose weight have a history of not finishing previous exercise programs, all of which were begun with good intentions. Keep in mind that the key to a healthier lifestyle is to make lasting changes in the ways you eat and exercise. Getting smart about eating and exercise is the guaranteed, no-nonsense path to weight loss and muscle building.

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kavinhoggard16 Author Dec 14, 2009
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The best way for beginners to increase their muscle mass is to do a rep range of 8-12 of approximately 3 or 4 sets. These exercises should be performed with weights that are so heavy that you can only just lift the required number of reps.

edited Dec 14, 2009 - by @kavinhoggard1628690
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