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Ten Steps For A Teen Guy To Get Muscular
I'm a fairly skinny guy (one might say a twig) but I am active and fit just not muscular. How can I get bigger?
Resistance Train: You can get some bulk by resistance training, and consider taking creatine supplements and/or using an electronic muscle stimulator if your physician concurs. Eat sensibly so as not to put on fat instead. The guys in the photo have runner-type bodies and many, maybe most, women prefer this type. ...Read more
Lifting is good 4 u: This is going to take a lot of hard work doing resistance in the gym. Don't try steroids -- instead of looking great and earning respect (good "scary"), you'll damage your health and probably act stupid (bad "scary"). An hour a day five times a week minimum if you want impressive muscles, and get some creatine and ask your physician if an electronic muscle stimulator is right for you. ...Read more
Choice of friends: Anybody here can tall you about resistance training, numbers of reps and sets, and diet to be lean and defined. Creatine and an electronic muscle stimulator unit if okay with your physician are things to add. Avoid steroids & supplement scams. But the key is go begin visiting a gym, ask advice of the other people, have them see you are trying hard & they'll guide you & give you a new focus. ...Read more
No pain no gain.:
If you don't have any medical condition that restricts you from exercise. Start an exercise program combination of cardio and weightlifting. Enroll a family member or friend as a training partner. If you can afford hire a personal trainer. Always start with moderate intensity program like walking, swimming and lifting lighter weights.
Use the machines instead of free weights to avoid injury. ...Read more
Not that possible:
All studies show a lag of 2-4 weeks where the machinery for muscle growth is gearing up, but the muscles haven't gotten bigger.
Exercise at about 90% of the maximum you can lift well once (90% 1RM). Eat regularly. The performance enhancing drug with the best track record in scientific lit is aspirn like drugs preventing muscle soreness/breakdown. A bit of pre-medicating before gym.
Eat protein. ...Read more
Protein & fats:
The key to losing weight is not a temporary diet but permanent changes. Minimize sugar/simple carbs and grains, emphasize protein and fats.
I like Dr. Furhman's diet: http://tinyurl. Com/ktampgg
Dr. Weil has useful info:
- see his "discuss that" link in his article.
See https://authoritynutrition. Com/weight-loss/ for many useful articles.
Exercise is also important. ...Read more
Hi I would like to get muscular what specific workouts do I need to do and what do I need to eat for breakfeast lunch and dinner.
Join a health club-: -a reputable 1 & C an AT-C, who can set up a weight training program that meets Ur need, goal, &abilities. As far as diet, a high protein, diet. U will need more calories in than out. If Ur training is intense, whey protein supplement should B used ofter those workouts. Don't forget U need a day of rest between heavy workouts. Do cardio those days. ...Read more
Resistance training: Some of this is genetic. You'll want to go to the gym and do 3 sets of 10 reps of the most weight you can handle. Ask your physician whether an electronic muscle stimulator and/or creatine are appropriate for you. Big muscles are fun; most women are even more attracted to a man who's fit, trim and defined, and to how you treat other people. ...Read more
BULKING & CUTTING.: See: “bulking and cutting - a great way to gain muscle mass” at http://ezinearticles. Com/? Bulking-and-cutting---a-great-way-to-gain-muscle-mass&id=2647475. ...Read more
Excellent: There is no reason not to have good musculoskeletal health at age 57. If you remain physically active and engage in overall healthy lifestyle - that is the result. I remember when I was running in a marathon in my 20's - being passed up by one of the most muscular women I have every seen. I learned later that she was in her 70's. ...Read more
Muscle: Muscle growth is stimulated by challenging the muscles with exercise and weights ...Read more
Work at it...: The only answer is to exercise - abdominal crunches will do the most good, but there are a variety of other exercises too. Consult a fitness trainer and just go with reps until you get the result you are looking for. ...Read more
What would be a way to get slimmer, longer and toned legs that don't come out bulky, buff and too muscular?
Run: A lot. Eat mostly vegetables. It will tone your legs like nothing else. ...Read more
The incidence of duchenne md is 1 in 3500 male births, with 1/3 of the cases caused by new mutations. Another md, myotonic md has an incidence of about 13.5/100, 000 live births. Most of the other muscular dystrophies are much less common, are frequently genetically transmitted or regional clustered
(oculopharyngeal md in french canadians) or are sex linked (emery-dreifuss). ...Read more
Girls do not have as much testosterone as boys and testosterone helps build muscle. This is why boys are often naturally stronger than girls. However with attention to diet and resistance exercises girls can become very strong. Her is a link to an article on female body builders that may interest you.
http://racked. Com/archives/2014/10/02/female-bodybuilding-women. Php ...Read more
Hard: Definitely tends to be uncomfortable, but you will survive. ...Read more
What happens if you`re on steroids will your body just get bigger, like fatter or more muscular indeed?
There are two types of steroids. Anabolic Steroids can when combined with exercise and diet cause rapid muscle growth. The problem with "juicing" is that it leads to a lot of serious problems later on. Cancer is one of them.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, many times Mr. Universe, never used any drugs to train and today enjoys excellent health. Do the work. Eat right. Skip the juice. Good luck! ...Read more
I would like to get into cross training but I have muscular dystrophy is that even possible for me too doo?
Not recommended: With any kind of muscular dystrophy is recommended to stay active to prevent deformities and maintain function. However, cross training might be too strenuous. Consider moderate physical activity and exercises to maintain function. ...Read more
Need some home workouts routines to get abs and chest & to be muscular. I'm 62kg & have a height of 1.78m. Any recommended nutritions to be taken.
Personal trainer: The best way to safely start a new work out routine is to work with a personal trainer. This way they can make sure you have the proper form while performing exercises. If you don't, you'll hurt yourself and that's more time away from the gym. Form is much more important for building muscle than using heavy weights. ...Read more
Apologize: As you would if you were to do something clumsy with anyone else. I have known quite a few bodybuilders, and while most of them are even-tempered and actually very secure because of their strength, some of them are short-tempered, especially about touch. If the time for apology is past, don't worry. Infection is unlikely to be transmitted in this way. ...Read more
Heat & massage: If this is only tired or sore muscles, warmth and massage should work to relax them. Also, take it easy for a few days to let them recover before you expose them to strenuous activity - but do use them gently to stay loose and limber. Talk with a training coach or massage therapist for tips specific to you. ...Read more
Be realistic: Have realistic expectations. Start with a proper nutritional and exercise plan. Consult a nutritionist and a certified trainer. ...Read more
I want to build muscle but I was wondering if I should also take creatine? Will taking it help me get muscular?
Depends: Creatine is a popular supplement among body builders & athletes who are trying to add muscle mass. Check the other ingredients before using it. Excessive of creatinine use and muscle mass will put a burden on Kidney. Talk to your PCP & know your health before using it. If you decide to take it, drink plenty of water (>3 liter/d), check kidney function & CPK periodically as recommneded by your doc. ...Read more
I get very stressed I get l side chest pain, can last between hours -1/2 days.? Muscular? Is this a cause for concern? 23, ex smoker, moderately fit
Concern: Should be more on how to control your emotion to a level not to cause your chest pain. If you are moderately fit it means you do work out and if you have no CP at that time, it is unlikely you have angina. The length of time of your pain, 1/2 day, means if you have angina you would have had an mi. Your risks seem to be low esp being a young female. Try to live a less stressful life. ...Read more
I'm 20. I have 6ft 1in height but having the skinny and skeleton body. What should I do to get a good muscular look like everyone have. Please help.
Big Guns.: These exercises help to build arm muscle: push downs, pin presses, dumbbell wrist curls, dips, rolling extensions, barbell wrist curls, preacher curls, chin ups, lying barbell triceps extensions, thick grip curls, concentration curls & lying dumbbell triceps extensions. ...Read more
They shave it: Men who work out and like to show their muscles to others usually shave their body hair. It's part of the culture and the idea is that it shows muscles to advantage. Bodybuilders who are competing have usually shaved their axillary (armpit) hair as well. By itself, building muscle won't affect how heavy your body hair growth is. ...Read more