Build Muscle Up: What You Need To Know

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When building muscle up without even knowing it you can put your self at serious risk of injury, illness and dramatically restrict your progress. Sure it is great that you want to workout and build muscle up but at the same time one bad injury, one forgetful moment can put you out of action for months and with possible health and financial consequences. Such traumatic incidents can easily be avoided by adhering to the following guidelines. Here we go with our build muscle up safely guidelines:

1) Always check and double check you have put the barbell collars on before you start lifting. Just a slight looseness of a collar can cause one side to be heavier. The heavier side will force it’s way down and the weight disc may slide even further until it drops off. When this happens that end will be very light and thrown upwards by the opposing disc. real damage could be caused to people or equipment as the barbell is flipped mercilessly through the air!

2) If you are attempting one rep maximums then do so with a spotter. This is person who watches you and is ready to help you out if you start struggling. The last thing you want to occur is to have yourself stuck weighted down by a heavy barbell, you may laugh but I’ve seen it happen.

3) If you are sick don’t train. Seems too obvious but I frequently see bodybuilders who are obviously suffering from a high fever and cough, splutter there way through a workout. More often than not the workout yields no personal bests and the next few days are spent in bed recovering. By training when you are sick you are allowing the sickness to take a firmer grip of you because working out will lower your immune system for a while.

4) Use proper technique. If you perform exercises incorrectly like swinging barbells using your body’s momentum then you not only risk serious injury but you will also make little progress as you aren’t targeting the muscle group well enough. Always use strict form.

5) Don’t do too much. It is very common when motivation is high especially for newbie’s that you want to lift weights as often as possible. This motivation is good but training everyday or even every other day will probably be too much for most people unless it is a split routine. You will actually weaken your muscles if you workout again when they are not yet fully recovered.

6) Not maintaining a good diet. If you wish to grow more muscle then you are going to have place a high priority on muscle building nutrition. You will be wasting your time in the gym if you are not taking on board enough calories to support muscle growth. Eat high quality foods frequently throughout the day.

7) Showing off to your friends. Trying to lift more and more weight to beat your mates can be fun yet can also end in disaster. It is much wiser to compete against your scores from past sessions. Record your workouts in a training log so that you know what your personal best to beat is. This will be more motivating for you and reduce your risk of injury.

8) Warm up enough. If you don’t your muscles are much more likely to strain and snap. This can keep you out of action for weeks or possibly even months. It is very simple to do, 5-10 minutes cardio, stretching exercises followed by a few warm up reps will do fine.

With those above guidelines in mind and with correct muscle building nutrition there is no reason why you should not build muscle up happily and safely where ever you train.

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