🔥How to build muscle mass🔥 .
Building muscle mass is hard. It is simplistic in the sense that you simply just got to train hard with progressive overload and a small caloric surplus, but it is a grind. Right now, I am in more of a skill building phase, but I'm about a month off a mass building phase where I went from 155lbs to 170lbs in 9 months. To build muscle mass, you need to make sure you're doing the right things that I have covered on this page multiple times, but also some things that people don't always remember. For example, I see people doing 10 different exercises for a single muscle in a single workout because you have to "shock the muscle". By no means is this necessary, but rather only 2 to 4 exercises per muscle group is optimal. Furthermore, chasing the pump and half-repping is not ideal. Though a nice pump is awesome, only chasing it is not optimal to build muscle because it typically means you're not producing enough mechanical tension. In terms of range of motion, please take the muscle through its full ROM. In calisthenics, the rule is it doesn't count unless you lock out and I believe this should apply for all modalities of training. Finally, focus on your form. Don't neglect it in favour of more weight. Quality of your reps matters way more than the weight in the bar especially in terms of muscular activation force production. You can put a ton of effort in, but unless you out in the right effort, your results will be near wasted.
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