Mistakes when exercising muscles
Focus only on one muscle group: Bodybuilders usually only focus on doing exercises that have a lot of impact on a muscle group.
However, repeating the same type of exercise over and over again will allow the body to adapt, no longer stimulating muscle growth.
The training then no longer works because the muscles do not change.
For weightlifters, this is called the muscle bottle stage. To avoid this risk, you should change your exercises and exercise methods regularly.
Bodybuilders can simultaneously lose fat and build muscle if they know how to get enough calories, plan your workouts, and exercise properly.
Everyone comes to the path of bodybuilding training with different purposes. People who want to improve their health, who need to change their bodybuilding.
In particular, what any practitioner craves is a change in muscles, because this proves that you have trained properly and effectively.
However, your increased muscle training can “break the river” because of mistakes such as:
Not enough calories
Most exercises have the goal of burning calories in the body. Therefore, when you do not get enough calories, the body will start to take the calories stored to serve the usual activities.
While many people mistakenly believe that strict eating will help the body lose fat and gain muscle quickly, it is the lack of calories that is a common cause that many people exercise can not gain muscle.
To stay healthy and improve your workout efficiency, you should provide enough calories for your body every day.
Exercisers can refer to how to accurately calculate the calorie intake in each meal to avoid shortages or excess calories.
Practice the wrong technique
Training the wrong technique is not only easy to cause injury but also affects the effectiveness of training.
The wrong posture is the reason why the goal of training on the muscles failed.
Muscle growth only takes place when the practitioner performs the correct technique with reasonable frequency.
When exercising, the wrong technique will not affect the muscles enough, can even affect the wrong muscle group.
This is easy to discourage the practitioner because the effect is not as desired. Therefore, instead of exercising a lot, exerting yourself, you should practice slowly and technically correctly.
Over time, these muscle groups will be gradually impacted and developed in accordance with the goal.
Training has no plan.
For any subject, the practitioner also needs to develop a specific training plan, suitable for the condition. The impact and muscle building not only comes from the exercise but also related to the exercise regimen.
Too little exercise may not be enough to affect muscle groups, stimulating them to grow.
In contrast, muscle groups also need time to rest to recover, so too much exercise can affect muscle recovery and development.
Most beginners think that high-intensity exercise with a dense frequency will help muscles grow faster. In fact, building muscle takes time to act gradually.
Therefore, in order to build muscle effectively, from the beginning, the practitioner should determine the goal and the training plan.