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faster if you take breaks between workout, days in contrast to working out every day. The reason for this is that muscles heal and grow while you are resting, and not while you are exercising. Create a workout routine that alternates between workout and rest days. Remember that muscles grow during periods of rest, if you are trying to build muscle. So, try limiting your weight training to 2 or 3 days per week with a day of rest in between. On the off days, you could concentrate on doing cardio exercises to give the muscles a break. If you are working toward "bulking up" your muscles, do not do cardio for more than 90 minutes per workout. Too much cardio can cause the body to form "lean muscle" instead of the bulk that you desire. Cardio is very important, but put a limit on it for best results. Genetics are going to play a role in the amount of muscle building success that you see. If your family has not provided you with the right genetics to have the body that you dream of, you may have to work doubly as hard to see any results. That does not mean it is impossible, it just means more hard work. If you are going to train to be in a marathon or other LONG AND STRONG event, don't try to increase muscles as well. Although cardio can help improve your general physical health and fitness, it can negate the effects of strength training exercises. When you do build up your muscles you want to make sure your efforts are focused on strength-training regimens. When working out to build your muscles, it is important to know what your limits are. If you are someone who is highly motivated, it is sometimes really easy to push yourself too far. Understand your body and know what it could take. Do not try to compete with someone else especially if they are training at a much higher intensity than you are. You do not want to injure your muscles in the process. As you become more experienced in working out, it's very important that you make sure to adjust the amount of weight you lift. Once you get stronger, you are either going to have to increase your weight or your reps in order to get that pump you need for achieving additional muscle.
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