This is perhaps the most common concern anyone has about bodybuilding and weight lifting.
Fair enough. - Fair enough.
And you think we'd help you out because you want to have more muscular mass.
We need to alert you, however,...
...what you would expect is that they may probably not the answers for you.
In reality, it is very straightforward.
JUST FOLLOW THESE STAGES:
Don't outrun a bad diet.
Discipline yourself. Eat on a fixed schedule 6 times a day (each 2.5 hours).
It might be hard to change the amount of food to, but it's necessary to increase.
This means that, in the middle of the night, you can need to set an alarm to make sure you get enough calories to achieve your goals.
Don't eat fast foods, processed and sugar refined.
You're going to stick to the right routine. The key is coherence, diversity and shape.
Focus on time under stress.
You can train twice a day depending on how big in muscular size you like.
Create a routine that allows you enough time to train, rest, work and do everything else you need to be a normal human being.
Within 30 mins of your workout routine, go to eat to optimize your growth.
Make "timing" a highest priority.
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The kicker is here. You're not getting stronger in the gym, in fact, you're getting weaker indeed.
You'll get strong if you have enough rest.
Rest is where your body does all the necessary repairs to get up tomorrow and do everything again.
All you have to do now is return to the training without hesitation.