Don’t you hate being a skinny weakling? Isn’t it embarrassing not being able to play sports against other guys, or just feeling inferior in general? Well you don’t have to, and you will find that there’s plenty you can do to make sure you’re not going to be inferior to them for long. The main thing is just getting yourself in shape, and if you’re not overweight that means building muscle. That’s the only way that you can put on the pounds, and really build yourself up like you’ve just never been before.
But how can you do this is the major question that you’ll be facing. You will discover that building muscle is one thing, but actually packing on the pounds in a healthy way is something entirely different. Sure there are tons of ways that you can gain weight, but the key is to do that in a healthy way, so that you’re not doing anything bad to your body as a result. So how can you do this, and make sure that the only weight that you’re going to gain goes straight to your muscles?
Through the right methods that are ensured to help you gain, and do so fast. They will include:
1) Working out with a high enough frequency.
If you’re not working out enough, you’re never going to see real absolute progress down the line. That’s because your body needs to be forced to change. If you want to stop being that skinny weakling that people taunt, or laugh at. Then you need to work out with a high enough frequency to permanently change your body, and force it to build more and more muscle.
2) You need to eat right as well.
That means giving your body the muscle building power that you really need. Where can you get and do that? With protein of course. If you’re not getting enough healthy lean protein, you’re never going to be able to gain the weight and muscle that you really want no matter what you do.
3) Make sure you’re lifting enough weight.
In order to build muscle, your body needs to be challenged, and that means you have to be at your weight lifting limit in order to build on more and get stronger when everything is said and done. How do you do that? By making sure you’re doing fewer reps but with a lot higher weight in each set, when you weight train. That will make all the difference long term!
4) Know when to rest too.
Gaining muscle and ensuring that you can get truly fit is all well and good, but it’s all about consistency too. If you’re putting in a ton of effort weight training, but you’re also not taking care of yourself when it comes time to rest, then you’re going to have some problems, and you could even end up injuring yourself too. That’s where you need to know when your body needs a break, so that you don’t do yourself any damage in the long haul.