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Building big muscles is the goal of almost everyone who gets involved in the sport of bodybuilding. After all, that is what it is all about. Being big and strong. Looking good with your shirt off. Feeling self-confident at the beach or poolside. Enhancing your performance in most athletic endeavors. There are a few basic, time-tested and proven strategies to adding muscle mass that work very well. What is really required is desire coupled with consistent effort.
Adding muscular size involves training and diet programs geared towards this goal. The “old-time” bodybuilders were masters of this and as a result built enviable physiques. I’m talking about the guys who actually were Arnold’s inspiration. Men like Reg Park and Steve Reeves who built their bodies using basic principles that you can follow and also get excellent results.
So let’s not get too technical and just keep things simple. First of all, to get big muscles, you have to lift big weights. You have to be prepared to give a maximum effort at the gym to get progressively stronger. The more weight you can lift, the more your body will have to adapt to the increasing resistance. This, combined with proper rest and diet, will cause your muscles to grow.
In training for mass, forget about isolation exercises. Focus on the basic compound exercises. This is what the old masters did. This is what you have to do. Squats, bench and incline presses with barbells, chins, military presses, deadlifts, bent over barbell rows, barbell curls, and dips should form the basis of your workouts. That’s right. For the most part, forget about the new fancy machines. If you want to add size and strength, tell yourself you are now a person who goes into the gym to pump iron. Remember the movie “Pumping Iron” with Arnold? Rent it and you’ll get the idea.
For other great mass building exercises, do some research and you’ll find many. If you don’t already know basic movements for mass, you are either not serious about getting big muscles or you’re in the wrong game. The advantage of doing the basic, multi-joint compound exercises is that they involve maximum recruitment of muscle fibres. They are also hard work and are often avoided because, well, they take effort. However, you want to work hard. You want to train with intensity to get bigger. So add some weight to those bars and get aggressive.
A quick note here on squats. Over the years I have noticed that the squat rack in most gyms gets used more for doing curls or upright rows. The funny thing is that most people don’t realize that to get big arms, you need to squat. As a matter of fact, it is almost ridiculous to assume that you can build a strong, muscular body without squatting. So make sure you squat regularly! Do some research on squatting regarding form and technique. Make it your goal to be a heavy squatter. You will be amazed at the results.
You are going to be lifting heavy weights. Keep your reps (except for warm-up sets) between 3-6 for most sets. Do 5-8 of these heavy sets for your larger muscle groups (legs, chest, and back). You can add some lighter sets for arms and shoulders (4-6 sets for 8-10 reps). The key is to focus on the heavy basic movements and to keep trying to get stronger and lift more weight. Set goals and make it your burning desire to want to bench 200, 225, 250, or 300 pounds. You get the picture. So start doing it.
You’ll need rest to grow. So limit your training to 3-4 times per week. Never work out 3 days in a row. Take 2 days off every 2-3 weeks. Your body grows when you rest. Split your body parts up as you what works best for you. Lower body one day and upper body the next works well in this scenario. Push, pull, legs is also an excellent split as well. Never train in the gym for more than one hour.
Make sure that if you are in a mass building routine that you get sufficient rest. 8-10 hours of sleep would be ideal. Keep your cardio to a minimum as well. You are trying to gain here and doing excessive cardio will only add water to the flames of growth.
Diet for mass is critically important. The old-time masters really “pigged out” to get big. You should too. But not on junk food. Eat lean meats like chicken, steak, ground beef, and turkey. Egg whites, cottage cheese, and whey protein are also good sources of protein. Eat a lot of protein and a lot of complex carbs like potatoes, yams, brown rice, paste and oatmeal.
Be prepared and bring food with you wherever you go. Eat 5-7 meals per day with protein and complex carbohydrates at every meal. Don’t forget to include some chunky green vegetables. Your body requires the nutrients in these veggies. Remember, you are building here and you cannot engage in construction without enough raw materials.
Here are a couple of tricks that many bodybuilders use. Eat a small meal in the middle of the night. You heard that right. Get up at two, three, or four in the AM and pull a chicken breast out of the fridge, or have a protein shake. The extra calories will do you good. Also, sip on a protein shake during your workout and/or have one as soon as you can after your workout. Drink it while the sweat is still on your body. Have some fruit with your post-workout shake as well. Bananas are an excellent choice here. After you train your body is starving for nutrients so give it what it needs.
So now you have the basics to gain some real mass. So decide that you are going to go for it. Train hard, eat right (and often), get some rest, and focus on getting stronger in some good old-fashioned bodybuilding exercises. Most of all, have fun and enjoy the process. There’s no life like it!