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Muscle Building Made Simple
If you read about muscle building online you will see that it can get
very complicated with switching workout cycles and using complex new
training techniques. But the truth is that building muscle is not
rocket science and never has been. Your body is genetically
programmed to respond to regular weight training as it adapts to the
progressive overload that you put it under.
If you are starting out or have been training for less than a year
the principal is simple as you do not need to worry about alternating
your maximum effort with dynamic effort. You just need to select a
volume of sets and reps that you will use depending on your own
Whether your objective is size or strength will dictate the training
volume that you train with. For example if you are just starting out
and your objective is size and not strength you need to do sets
of 8,12, 15 or even 20 reps with no more than 90 seconds of rest
More important than the sets and reps that you do is the movements
that you do. The "Big Four" compound movements whether you are
training for size or strength are the minimum requirement. Doing
squats, deadlifts, bench-press and military press will build the
foundation of your core of muscle size and strength.
Training for strength involves lifting a heavy weight for reps,
although most articles you read online about gaining strength will
tell you to lift a heavy weight with low reps. You will do better
training to increase strength by lifting a heavy weight for as
many reps as you can.
Because your body is designed to survive it will adapt to any extra
weight lifted on a regular basis. However any adaptation that
happens as you start to see your strength increasing will start to
slow down after 6 to 8 weeks as your body adapts more effectively
to the regular stress you add in your workouts.
It is because of this built in adaptation that we have which starts
to wane as we adapt. This then requires any trainee to cycle their
workouts every 6 or 8 weeks. If we do not change something to our
training program after two months we will start slipping into the
dreaded training plateau where we cannot increase the weight we
lift or the reps we do.
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