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Sunday, 8 January 2017

7 Reasons Your Muscles Stop Growing

 One of the great things about working out is that when we first start there are results right away. Your training hard, your feel great and your muscles are growing. Then all of a sudden you just stop growing. All this hard work week after week and your muscles are not getting any bigger. What's the deal? I am going to discuss 7 reasons why your muscles may have stopped growing and how to get them to start growing again.


You are training too much. This is a mistake that a lot of people make. When you first start out your muscles will grow no matter how you workout. So they naturally think that they are doing things right. The thing is when you lift weight you are breaking your muscles down and if you don't give them adequate time to heal they will not grow. You should only work out a muscle group once a week. Two at the very most.


You are training too long. Spending 3 hours in the gym is really bad for muscle growth. Most people who fall victim to the mentality more time and harder work out the bigger and stronger I will get. When in fact after about 45 minutes working out your cortisol levels will increase. This is a hormone known to break down muscle tissue. If you continue to train with cortisol that runs through your blood you are doing more harm than good. So while the workouts should be intense they should not last for more than an hour.

You do not get enough sleep. By tying to build muscle everything more better sleep. This is the time when the greatest muscle growth occurs. If you can find the time for more than 8 hours you will see increase your muscle growth. Never get less than 8 hours.


He is abusing alcohol. Alcohol is the enemy when it comes to building muscle. It is detrimental to all functions in your body and making you lose muscle mass.You are not changing your routine If you do not change your routine every 6-8 weeks, your muscle adapts to the exercises you are doing and no longer trigger the response to growth.


You are not progressively overloading your muscles. This is truly the key to muscle growth and if you are not doing it you are not going to be any bigger. There are two things you should do each week if you want to grow. You should lift more weight than you did last week or do more reps. This is the only way to trigger the growth response in muscles.


You are not eating protein. Your body can not store the excess protein you consume. In order to maintain the proper protein level for muscle growth you should consume whole proteins every 2 hours or less. Never more than 4 hours without eating protein. If you do your body started to break your muscles to get the protein you need to make it work.


If you are doing any of these you can cause your muscle to stop growing. Even if you are training hard any of these can cause a hit a plateau.


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Hi guys,
Thank you so much for this wonderful article! Here we all can learn a lot of useful things and this is not only my opinion!
Even BLNCK corp. and https://www.supplements.co.nz confirmed it!

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