Building muscle is tough! There’s no two ways about it. You can spend months hitting the gym every day, and you still won’t see the progress you want. The problem: it’s not an exact science, so it’s tough to know how to build muscle. What works for one person may not work for the other, so you need to work with your specific body type and be willing to experiment a little.
Building muscle can be a time consuming task. The amount of time it takes for each person to build muscle will vary depending on a number of factors. Some of these factors you can’t control, such as genetics. Some guys (and gals) can build muscle with a lot less effort than others, the same if true for fat loss.
Whether you’re bulking up or cutting down there are several areas you’ll want to focus on. One specific area is Protein intake. I’m often asked how much protein you should eat to build muscle. The answer to that question is a little different for everyone.
It’s probably because it’s spring, but I’ve been getting a lot of requests for information on how to grow your biceps. While there are a lot of things that need to take place for any muscle to grow
You’re eating a lot of protein, or at least you’re supposed to be and you can’t just drink protein shakes all day either. This means that you need to cook a ton of meat almost daily or at least ever couple of days. The thing is cooking meat can be a pain