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Bio Rocket Blast If you are not familiar with the overload principle, it means you need to work out with weights that are greater than your muscles can comfortably handle. Try varying your grips. Once you become experienced in working out, your muscles will start to resist any growth on exercises that are familiar to them. Different grips can help to make these familiar exercises different, which can cause additional muscle growth. Examples of exercise where you can change the grip are barbell rows, barbell curls, pull-ups, and bench presses. Try using wide grips, close hand grips, reverse grips, and even mixed grips that include having one hand up and one hand down. Spread your workouts out so that you are only lifting weights every other day. Spend one day working out your entire body, and then use the next day to rest. Your muscles will grow while you rest, not while you are working out. Even though it might feel like you are doing nothing on your days off, your body is still working hard. Aim to maintain a journal when following a workout regimen. Jot down the exercises that you do, the number of sets and reps you do, and anything else concerning your workout. You should write down how much rest you get each night and even how you feel during workouts. Writing down everything that you can allows you to better keep track of how you are doing every single week. Try to cycle your food intake when you are trying to gain muscle mass. The best way to do this is to eat well on the days you exercise, and cut back on the days that you do not. Your body will burn the calories more effectively when you exercise on the days you eat well. A problem that people run into when trying to build muscles is that one group isn't as quick to grow as others. Use fill sets to target your problem muscle groups. A fill set is 25-30 reps of an exercise specifically designed to target your weak areas as maintenance between full workouts. Not all supplements are equal when it comes to helping you build the muscles you need.......

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