In the world of muscle building and fitness people literally have thousands of program options to choose from. If you spend any time on line, watching television, or reading magazines you are most likely going to come across dozens and dozens of advertisement for the next greatest programs designed to get you ripped, to build muscle, or just to improve your general fitness. Now it is up to you to choose a path. If you are not sure which direction to take, don’t worry. It’s probably not your fault and a great number of us feel the same confusion
I would like to take some time in this article to try to clear away some of the confusion attempt to bring some clarity to your decision making process.
In order to make a choice and to get a positive result there a few things that you must do. First and foremost you need to ask your self what you are looking for? Are you looking to maintain existing muscle? Are you hoping to increase muscle mass? Or are you hoping to build moderate muscle just to get ripped?
In order to have success at something what you are doing needs to be measurable. Therefore the next ingredient in making your choice is setting some goals. Keep in mind your goals need to be reasonable and they need to be specific. Adding 20 lbs of lean muscle overnight is NOT a reasonable goal. Take some time with this because this is what will truly define your success, no matter what muscle building program you choose.
Once you have set some goals it is time to do some research. Put down the magazines and get off the couch for this. Head for the internet. If you do some searches that are directly related to your specific goals you may get some good results. Take your time and read through what you find. Keep in mind that anything promising over night success is probably not worth your time. When you think you have found something that meets your goal criteria look deeper. Make sure you search for and read reviews about the product. Ask about the program at your gym if you go to one. Most employees will at least be honest with you and if they have any advice will usually offer it.
One of the most important things to remember is that the single most important that is going to get you results with your search is hard work. You may also end up trying more than one program for building muscle before you find the one that works best for you at any given time.
I have been an exerciser for over 20 years. I have worked as a personal trainer for several of those years. These days I spend my time trying to stay in shape to keep up with my three kids.
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