A Skinny Guy, Small Fry, Beginner’s Guide to the Best
Muscle Building Program
or having big goals; however, you must be realistic and
serious or else there’s no real definable point in your goal,
and it may actually be counterproductive. Being honest with
yourself is crucial to success. Evaluate your level of fitness
as it stands to date, and factor that into the equation that
defines where you want to be three months from now.
Think long-term where you want to be, as well.
So set a plan that includes where you want to be in a year
and even in two years. You’ll need to be focused on both
types of goals, but always keep in mind that short-term
goals lead to completing your long-term goals. Think of it
this way , each brick in a wall is one more brick towards
completing the wall, like each rep of exercise is one more
rep towards building muscle. The wall does not get built in
a day, but is gradually increasing in size until it is finished.
The first thing you will notice in your bodybuilding training is
an increase in strength, before the size. As you get stronger
you will be able to handle heavier loads of weight and a
longer workout capacity. Your nervous system will also be
strengthening the Mind to Muscle Link, building the nerve
strength will allow you to increase your poundage.
Then the muscle size that you want to achieve starts coming
in and you have to buy
new shirts because now your arms and chest are just