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3 Reasons Why You Cannot Get Fast Muscle Growth

3 Reasons Why You Cannot Get Fast Muscle Growth

Noemi

How fast you can build muscle really depends on many factors, including your genetic makeup, training regimen, age, current fitness level, nutrition, and daily stress. It's common to notice significant increases in muscle mass within just a few weeks of consistent training. However, this doesn't mean that you are guaranteed results. In fact, many people start out feeling great but quickly reach a plateau and then struggle to keep their muscles growing while they're also dealing with a more hectic lifestyle. If you aren't following a training regiment that includes plenty of recovery time between workouts, you may find that your muscle growth stalls out and continues at a much slower rate than it would if you followed a more strict routine.

One way to ensure that your muscles grow at a healthy pace is by ensuring that you're consuming a high enough number of grams of protein per pound of bodyweight every day. Protein is the building block of all muscle-building cells. As such, it is extremely important for you to consume a high enough amount of it each day in order to promote rapid muscle-building. Many people who are looking to add more size and strength to their physique don't worry about this factor, assuming that any extra protein will do the trick and they'll just have to deal with the additional size and strength. This is not the case.

In order to guarantee fast muscle growth, you must be following a workout routine that is designed for you and your lifestyle. As mentioned previously, a good rule of thumb is to consume an extra gram of protein per pound of lean body mass each day. This might seem like a lot of extra work, but you must remember that the lean body mass is the fuel that is necessary in order to gain muscles and it's this fuel that will cause your muscles to grow. When it comes to lifting weights, you should lift heavier loads for each set but you should decrease the load for the final set. This is not to say that you should completely decrease your training volume because this will actually slow down your muscle growth process. Instead, you should simply give your muscles the rest that they require in order to recover and grow.

Another reason that it is very important for you to get more sleep at night is because sleep allows your body releases human growth hormone during sleep. As we all know, human growth hormone (HGH) is responsible for our bodies' growth and development. When we sleep, our body releases a half liter of HGH, enough to trigger more human growth hormone production in us. This means that more sleep at night means more HGH production and faster muscle growth. If you want to build more muscles fast, you must make sure that you get at least eight hours per night of sleep. If you fail to do so, you could actually slow down your growth.

A third common reason why people don't achieve fast muscle growth is because they are not consuming enough calories. In other words, if you want to build more muscle mass, you have to burn more calories than you consume. It might be difficult to do especially if you are already overweight because you need to consume more calories than you burn in order to keep yourself from getting fat. But you don't have to be overweight just so you can build lean muscle mass.

One of the most effective ways of increasing your calorie intake while at the same time reducing your caloric consumption is through high-volume weight lifting. The reason why high-volume weight lifting is effective in this regard is because high volumes of force generated in this manner allow you to cause your muscles to experience an extreme amount of stress. This forces your body to release more proteins in order to protect your muscles from damage. And these proteins, as I mentioned above, are the building blocks of HGH.