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If it were easy to build muscles, everyone would be walking around looking trim, sleek and gorgeous. However, the reality is that building muscles is hard work and takes dedication, willpower and self control. Gaining weight on the other hand is easier than ever.

When contemplating the problem of building bigger and better muscles, you should first look at your diet. Your diet is the biggest contributing factor towards muscle gain. You have to eat properly in order for your body to have enough amino acids, calories, protein, vitamins and minerals to build more muscle tissue.

Ultimately, this means eating 5-6 meals per day. Your meals should be packed full of protein and no sugary, high-fat foods should pass your lips. Vegetables, poultry, fish, lean meats, fruits, nuts, legumes and low-fat dairy products are the way to go! Plus, you should be drinking enough water to flush the toxins from your system and to keep your muscles properly hydrated.

Getting enough rest is also essential to build muscles. You should be sleeping at least 8 hours per night, and more if you can manage it. You gain muscle mass when you sleep, which is why it’s so very important to get enough rest.

Finally, having a good, consistent workout routine is an important aspect of muscle growth. And yes, you have to be consistent. Sporadically working out is not good enough if you want to see consistent gains in muscle growth. Sure, it’s better than nothing, but if you want to see success in less time, you should work out consistently week in and week out.

If you’re just starting out, you should be doing exercises that work large swaths of muscle. For example, the bench press, squat and lunge are all excellent exercises that work more than one muscle group. By working more than one muscle group, you burn more calories, lose more fat and work more muscles which will promote faster muscle gain.

Any beginners make the mistake of doing isolated exercises, such as the arm curl, which only works your biceps. This means that you burn fewer calories and don’t get the muscle growth that you’re looking for. Isolation exercises should only be used by the more experienced weight lifters to tone specific muscle groups that they’re unhappy with.

If you’re serious about achieving a trimmer, sexier body, then you should definitely follow the tips outlined in this article. In order to build muscle look to your diet first and your workout routine second for best results.

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