Sunday, July 5, 2020

Beginners Guide to Muscle Gain (Part 1) :

Beginners Guide to Muscle Gain (Part 1)
There are several reasons that people do not lift weights but several more reasons why it is important to add weightlifting to your health and fitness regimen.

First of all did you know that fewer that 10% of the population actually does any weightlifting in their pursuit of fitness? I know that the number is low for a few reasons.

1. It is hard to do weights, People don't like to sweat.
2. Women especially are scared of becoming muscle bound like some freaky looking female bodybuilder
3. Most people just do not know why weightlifting is important and how to do it correctly.

Hard to do weights? Don't like to sweat? One of the really tough things about getting started lifting weights is that you think that you need to be in the gym for a couple of hours every day. To start with as a beginning weightlifter you do not need to do more than 30 to 40 minutes of weights three times a week and instead of making these workouts longer over time you will just make then more intense.

Women have a really hard time building the muscle that it takes to get really huge looking. If you look at the fitness athletes now or even the female bodybuilders of just a few years ago and think of all the hours that they had to spend in the gym to get that kind of form then you will realize that you will get toned and strong a lot faster then you are going to get big and bulky. Don't be scared of that at this point at all.

Finally the unknown, I am hoping that over the next week you will learn all that you need to get started lifting weights and hopefully you will see in the next few points why you should lift weights before we get into the how of weightlifting and you get started.

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