Men everywhere have the same ambition: to build big muscles. Unfortunately, nowadays it is difficult to find an efficient method without having to buy some new product. In this article source I will discuss how to build lean muscle by lifting weights.
Lifting weights is for everyone. For example, women lift weights to tone their bodies, athletes lift weights to become more agile, and others lift weights to become healthier. If you, however, want to lift weights in order to build lean muscle, you’re going to need to first get that lean muscle onto your body. Continue reading.
Most people know that you can become stronger and subsequently build lean muscle by slowly lifting heavier and heavier weights. The simple science behind this is that lifting heavier and heavier weights means that your muscles have to adapt to a stronger force. The muscles tear and become stronger as they heal. As soon as your muscles become used to a specific weight, the exercise to build lean muscle becomes commonplace in that it only burns calories and does not build lean muscle.
So far we’ve only spoken in generalities, but now I will speak more specifically about lifting weights to build that lean muscle. The key to this sort of muscle building is: low volume, high intensity. This sort of workout is integral for a lean muscle exercise. In laymen’s terms, you will want to lift lower repetitions at a higher intensity.
For example, if you are able to lift 20 pounds of weight for 10 reps at 5 sets, then you aren’t utilizing your full potential. The correct choice of weightlifting for these statistics would be 30 pounds at eight reputations for two sacks, because this will push your muscles to tear and renew. In effect, you are doing the same amount of work but in the latter example you are actually building muscles.
Now we will introduce high intensity. In the previous example, if you lift 20 pounds for 10 repetitions for two sets, and try to move on to a heavier weight, then make sure you are actually doing a higher intensity work out. To illustrate, the amount of work you’re doing in the first example is 20 times 10 times two equals 400 pounds. Say you increase your workout to 30 pounds at 4 repetitions for 3 sets, you’d be doing 360 pounds of work. In this case the former example is a higher intensity workout.
Everyone’s body is different. My best advice for you is to experiment with different weights to find the perfect low volume, high intensity work out to maximize your weight lifting potential.