15 Muscle Building Rules For Skinny Guys And Gals Part 1

15 Muscle Building Rules For Skinny Guys And Gals Part 1



15 Muscle Building Rules For Skinny Guys and Gals! Part 1
WHY CANT YOU GAIN WEIGHT?
Though there may be many reasons why you may be thin, the most apparent reason is because of​ your genetics. ​
if ​ your parents are naturally thin or​ have a​ small body frame, then you will most likely have the same small body type. ​

To some degree, your size can also be controlled by your metabolism. ​
if ​ you have a​ difficult time gaining weight of​ any kind fat or​ muscle then you most likely have a​ fast metabolism. ​
That simply means that your body burns calories at ​ a​ faster than normal rate. ​
You must take this into account whenever you are considering a​ particular diet or​ training program. ​
Is it​ geared towards someone with your metabolism and ​ goal?
Now as​ you know, there are many ways to train. ​
Hundreds, thousands even. ​
Some work and ​ some do not, but for the specific goal of​ gaining weight, there are a​ few UNIVERSAL things that all skinny guys must do. ​

Though much of​ the information I ​ cover here is not as​ magical as​ you may like, I ​ consider these rules to be the basics with regard to weight gain. ​
These are not all of​ the answers, but they are definite elements that MUST be addressed in any successful weight gain program. ​

You should be able to easily integrate these rules into your current program to make it​ more suitable for your particular body and ​ goals. ​

GENERAL RULES
1.Get the proper information that pertains to your SPECIFIC condition and ​ goals. ​

The first big problem I ​ find in most people is the lack of​ correct information. ​
Yes you are motivated and ​ doing things, but your effort is wasted on incorrect dieting and ​ training information. ​
Basically, skinny guys are taking advice from people who have never had a​ weight gain problem. ​
Want to know how to gain weight? Then find someone who has walked your shoes. ​
Someone who has been where you are. ​

2.Set a​ specific goal and ​ create a​ plan of​ attack. ​

If you were to drive cross country to another city, would you just start driving randomly, or​ would you plan a​ route that would get you quickly and ​ efficiently?
Think of​ your plan as​ a​ road map and ​ your goal as​ your destination. ​
Without a​ plan and ​ a​ specific goal you will be without focus and ​ can easily get lost or​ side tracked. ​
This happens more often than you know. ​
I ​ see many people in the gym just doing whatever, or​ just eating whatever no plan or​ specific goal. ​
They wonder why they dont make progress. ​
They have no focus. ​

Having a​ specific program to follow allows you to take action each day. ​
This action is focused on specifically getting you to your destination quickly. ​
There is no thinking, debating or​ guessing. ​
You just do it. ​
a​ specific plan provides necessary daily structure that not only keeps you on the road moving forward, it​ also helps to develop good eating and ​ training habits that will benefit you long after you have reached your destination. ​

3.Have confidence in yourself and ​ belief in what you are doing. ​

Let’s face it; we live in a​ cruel world. ​
Hate and ​ jealously is everywhere. ​
For most people who begin a​ fitness program to improve themselves, getting started will be half the battle. ​
The other half will be staying motivated throughout the constant onslaught of​ negativity from others. ​
a​ few negative words can do serious damage if ​ you allow it. ​

The most insulting things you hear may be from friends, coworkers and ​ acquaintances at ​ the gym. ​
People hate change. ​
it​ makes them insecure, because they suddenly discover there’s more to you than they were probably willing to admit. ​
They fear that you may actually achieve your goal. ​
it​ makes them look less superior. ​

Once you have be​gun​ your plan, you must have faith and ​ believe in what you are doing. ​
Stay focused and ​ avoid overly critical or​ negative people. ​
if ​ you have to, keep your business to yourself. ​
When I ​ first began my program, I ​ stopped talking about what I ​ was doing because I ​ got tired of​ hearing things like you can’t do that, that’s impossible, you’re wasting your time and ​ money. ​
Funny thing is, now those people are constantly bugging me for advice. ​

It’s your life. ​
It’s your body. ​
It’s your dream. ​
Don’t allow your success or​ failure to rest in the hands of​ others. ​

In Part 2 of​ this article, I ​ will cover your workout rules and ​ guidelines to MAKE SURE you gain muscle.




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