Health, Fitness, Workout

How Some Changes will Improve Your muscle growth and strength in Gym

In this world, everyone wants to be fit and strong including me that’s why I also joined the gym 9 months ago and I enjoy it all the time. In this 9 months, I have seen many people come and go because this isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, it takes lot of efforts to build strong muscles. Since I started workout I observed a few things that will help in muscles growth and strength.

1. Relation between mind and muscles:

Our mind plays an important role in every activity. So when you exercise so your mind and the part of your muscles which you want to improve should be connected and your focus should be on the part of the muscles which you want to improve.

2. Regularity and consistency

No matter how busy you are but if you wanna build strong and vigorous muscle you have to be regular at least 4 days a week.

3. A proper way to do

I see some people who came to workout and also give much efforts but output doesn’t satisfy them because their reps and sets were improper, So when you hit the gym so you must be clear what you need to do when to do and how to do, there are some systemic way to do for the best result and you must follow it.

4. Your gym partner and the environment of the gym

A gym partner is who, who help you in doing reps and sets and encourage and motivate you and environment of the gym should be competitive without much of talk and gossips.

5. Proper Diet

When you spend your efforts in the gym your body needs a healthy diet that includes carbohydrates, vitamins, proteins etc. Take proper breakfast, lunch and dinner that includes Banana, Eggs, little bit non-veg, bread, rice, pulses, milk etc.

6. Rest

In order to relax your muscles, you need to take rest and you need to sleep minimum 6 hours.

I follow all these things and I’m really satisfied with the output so I recommend you to follow too.

By murshid_akram

simple boy with lots of feelings_ A nature lover_

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