Persistent Muscle Building Regimen

Muscle Building Workouts For Men: How To Get Bigger Arms, Shoulders, And Chest

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Persistent Muscle Building Regimen

When men start to develop the muscles on their bodies, they want to take the persistent route and build muscles fast. The muscles that are produced might not give them the result that they are looking for though, if they do not use a persistent muscle building regimen. There is more to a muscle building program than lifting weights, and once a weightlifter realizes this, they can go forward to building a muscle mass that will last.

A persistent muscle building regimen includes the use of many weight lifting machines that can be found in any gym, or they can include items around the home that equal small amounts of weights if a membership in a gym is not possible. The regimen will also include a healthy diet plan that is meant to reduce fat on the body and give the body a sufficient amount of nutritional value to complete a full workout.

Many muscle builders think that they need steroids to build muscle mass. They are normally used to build muscle mass fast but the end result will be muscles that a weight lifter has not really earned through hard work and determination. There is health issues associated with the use of steroids, and a persistent muscle building regimen should never include anything that imposes a risk to health.

Muscles develop through the repetitious use of free weights and other machines that are found in a gym. The machines are designed for a specific area of the body, and when each exercise is accomplished in a persistent muscle building regimen that focuses on fewer repetitions but uses a progressive amount of weight through every phase of the exercise regimen, the body is afforded the opportunity to build and heal and develop healthy muscle tissue that will last.

The nutritional aspects of a persistent muscle building regimen will include a diet that includes a large amount of fruit. The fruit can be in its natural form or blended into shakes in a blender. The fruit can also be used as snacks to keep hunger at bay until the meal hour arrives. Any type of exercise regimen will cause an increase in appetite and increased energy levels will be noted throughout the muscle building cycle.

During a persistent muscle building regimen the body needs to get its fuel from things that will also provide energy. Protein is a major fuel source for all of the muscles in the body and by eating a diet high in protein, the weightlifter is assured of developing a refined muscle mass in a short period of time. There are many protein shakes that are specifically blended to help build muscle mass, and they can also be used as a meal supplement.

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25 Comments on "Persistent Muscle Building Regimen"

  1. Weight Gain Network | November 21, 2014 at 4:16 am | Reply

    Here’s an awesome upper body workout for you guys who want to build bigger
    chest, shoulders, and traps.

    Watch the YouTube video:
    Muscle Building Workouts For Men: How To Get Bigger Arms, Shoulders, And

  2. I have a problem, I usually go to the gym in the morning but after warming
    up I have little energy to lift with, does anyone have any diet
    recommendations or ways I can warm up and still have the energy to lift
    weights afterwards? 

  3. Abdifatah Gedi | November 21, 2014 at 5:40 am | Reply

    What body should I work out together Nd which should I workout sperate. Is
    it bad if I workout 3 days a week to bulid muscles
    Monday ,Wednesday Nd Friday 

  4. Hey, I’m a skinny 15 year old boy and have just started trying to build up
    my body so I look a bit bulkier but I was wondering what weight dunbell I
    should use. Any help would be appreciated!

  5. 1:23 You should have edited that out bro. But great video though. Gonna
    pump some iron and get them muscles!!!

  6. xxxcrazykid4lifexx | November 21, 2014 at 6:45 am | Reply

    Making that shit look too easy

  7. Abdifatah Gedi | November 21, 2014 at 7:20 am | Reply

    hey i’m really skinny wight around 107 5’8 i wanna get big what days are
    the best days to workout and what workout should i do. should i use protein

  8. on shrugs get stable base and shrug aggressively 

  9. You see his vanes damn!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Oh my god, I want your arms and chest. ;n;

  11. Buddha Sakya: No one love him than himseft

  12. Squats fool

  13. i love it 

  14. Does this work with fat guys? Haha

  15. This the best channel for me :)

  16. Really great workout man!

  17. Really appreciate ur video man .it helped me alot . i have now had made a
    routine to follow ur workouts daily 1 hours a day.i wish i would get arms
    and bones stronger with these exercise and workouts.ur body and muscles are
    aweome they are like my freinds . he also had the muscles like urs.good
    video i loved it . nice video amazing one 

  18. I love this Guy 

  19. In this video, Fitness model Troy Adashun takes you through a powerful
    upper body workout that will help any skinny guy pack on rock solid lean
    muscle mass.

    For all you guys who love to workout your upper body and are looking for a
    training routine to maximize the largest and most powerful muscles in the
    upper body – this is the workout routine for you.

    This muscle building upper body workout will focus on developing bigger
    arms, shoulders and chest muscles. This workout routine will offer you the
    best muscle building exercises for explosive growth and maximum anabolic
    hormone release.

    Your going to build really thick and powerful looking shoulders with this
    routine because you will be utilizing the best shoulder exercises and the
    “pressing motion” which is a proven mass builder.

    This routine also develops a large chest because it emphasizes the upper
    and mid chest which is where you have the biggest potential to develop.

    Last but not least this training routine will also help you pack on muscle
    on those arms. The key to building big and muscular arms isn’t necessarily
    to work them directly. You want to perform proven compound muscle building
    exercises – and this routine does exactly that.

    If you watch the video you will get to see how to perform the best muscle
    building triceps exercise as well! (Its not what you think)

    If you want to pack on rock solid lean muscle mass and building a powerful
    looking upper body – try this training routine on your next upper body
    workout day.

    Exercise One is a powerful chest exercise, the dumb bell bench press. This
    is superior to the barbell bench press because it recruits more muscle
    fibers in the chest and is a great mass builder.

    Exercise two is the weighted dip. This is one of the best exercises at
    developing large and muscular triceps as well as a sculpted lower chest.

    Exercise three is the barbell incline bench press. This is the best
    exercise for developing the thickness and mass of the upper chest.

    Exercise four is the Db shoulder press. This is the best mass building
    shoulder exercise and will help you sculpt and define your deltoids.

    Exercise five is the barbell shrug. This will continue to develop your
    shoulders and also work those large and heavily important trap muscles.

    Exercise six is the standing military press. This is another “pressing”
    motion shoulder exercise and will help you develop strong and powerful

    This is a complete upper body training routine that will help you maximize
    your upper body muscular development. Go from skinny guy to terminator with
    this incredible training routine.

  20. Richard Stroud | November 21, 2014 at 2:56 pm | Reply


  21. robby holemans | November 21, 2014 at 3:01 pm | Reply

    Hey, i’m a 16, almost 17 year old boy and i started fitness 4 months ago, i
    weigh 156lb so i’m still a skinny guy, is it a good plan to do this workout
    + the bigger arms, back and legs workout and one day a week the bench
    press, deadlift, squat, pull-up workout?

  22. Great! Basic is good!

  23. That was all comon knowledge 

  24. Martin Arreola | November 21, 2014 at 5:00 pm | Reply

    Is this one whole workout? 

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