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Building muscle mass is a major goal of a lot of exercisers. Some want bigger muscles to look better with their shirt off. Some want to be bigger and stronger to perform better at their chosen sport. And thus, the search for the best muscle building workout begins.


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Building muscle mass is a major goal of a lot of exercisers. Some want bigger muscles to look better with their shirt off. Some want to be bigger and stronger to perform better at their chosen sport. And thus, the search for the best muscle building workout begins.

Now that you have established your goal of building bigger muscles, you need to figure out how to accomplish your goal. And this is the time to be very careful on the muscle building workout you choose. Here are 3 things you need to consider that can mean the difference between building the muscles you want... and being highly disappointed.

Avoid Training Like A Bodybuilder

There is a big difference between wanting to put on muscle and wanting to be a bodybuilder. If it is your goal to be a bodybuilder, then certainly you should train like one. But in my experience, most guys wanting to put on muscle want to look like a muscular athlete... not an inflated body builder.

If you want to put on athletic muscle that not only looks great but makes you stronger and more athletic... then you want to train like an athlete and use exercises and workouts that make bigger, stronger, more useful muscles. There is a BIG difference between athletic muscle and the muscle bodybuilders build.

Avoid The Maximum Muscle Building Hype

I have nothing against wanting to put on muscle... but why would you want to "maximize" your muscle growth? At some point, muscle size actually becomes a liability. Can you imagine building so much muscle that you can move properly, or that your athletic ability diminishes. This might be fine for bodybuilder who only need enough athletic ability to stand on a stage in a thong... but it just won't do for exercisers who want to build muscle they can actually use both inside and outside the gym.

Don't confuse not wanting to maximize muscle growth with not getting the best muscle building workout that produces real results in the fastest time possible. Your goal should be to put on muscle that improves strength and athletic ability as well as looks great in the shortest time possible. There are definitely workouts that build strong, lean, athletic muscle as fast as possible.

Follow A Proven Muscle Building Workout

The Internet is great for sharing information. But one of the major problems is information overload. There is just too much muscle building information on the web. Sadly, most of the muscle building workouts are going to be of the bodybuilding variety. And if you are looking for the body of a strong, lean athlete... then you should not be following a muscle building workout designed for inflated, bodybuilder muscles.

Another problem with too much information is you tend to jump from one muscle building workout to another. There ends up being no consistency to your workouts... and thus you don't build the muscle you wanted. So, if you want to build strong, lean, athletic muscle you need to follow a proven plan that results in this type of muscle.

If you are looking for the best muscle building workout, I encourage your to consider these three things before starting a muscle building workout. If you are not going to be a bodybuilder, you should not even think like training like one. Think about the kind of muscle you want to build and what you want that muscle to do to improve your sport, work and life activities. And finally, make sure you follow a proven muscle building workout that fits your goals.





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