Building Muscles – A Beginners Guide

building musclesAlmost every single guy on earth wants to look like Matthew McConaughey or Taylor Lautner. Bodybuilding has grown tremendously throughout the years. You can find teenagers at the gym with 100% dedication to building muscles. Anyone can get an amazing body by having the correct guidance and knowledge. I have some simple tips for the beginner to get prepared to building muscle.

Planning

Get a workout plan together if you want to get into shape and start building muscles. Follow the schedule every single day of the week. Put a workout plan together before you jump into bodybuilding.

Take a few minutes to decide on which days you are able to do workouts. You also need to choose the workouts that suit your needs. If you are looking to lose some weight, then put together a cardiovascular workout. If you are looking to build muscle, put together a weight lifting schedule.

Devoting yourself 100% to your workout plan is the most crucial part to your success. Do not become impatient. After about a month of sticking to your workout schedule, you will see some amazing changes in your body that will help you stay motivated.

Longer Workout Sessions

Try to arrange your schedule to include some longer sessions of working out. Weight training is very important when getting into shape. Take approximately 45-60 minutes for your weight training portion of your schedule. It is very possible to get your session done within this amount of time as long as you aren’t socializing a lot during your routines.

Cardio Workout

It’s best to put together a 20-30 minute cardio session in-between workouts every week. A lot of people will be fine with only doing 20 minute cardio sessions while others want to push themselves a little more by doing 30 minute sessions. Mixing up the cardio exercises is necessary throughout the week.

Some cardio exercises to mix in can include jogging, swimming, biking, stair climbing, and running. Follow these exercises with a 4-5 minute cool down session.

Rest between Sets

This doesn’t mean stop and sit for a lot of time between sets. It should take around one minute to rest between sets. You want to focus mostly on the total amount of workouts you perform with each major muscle group.

Proper Rest Between Workouts

It’s extremely important to rest between workout sessions. You must allow your major muscle groups at least one day of rest between working sessions. Your muscles will not grow without the proper amount of time to rest.