ame="propeller" content="02f1b642def36e05354c3e5076063240"> WHY YOU ARE STILL SKINNY AND STRUGGLE IN BUILDING MUSCLE ? ~ XBEFIT

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Why you are still skinny and struggle in building muscle ?

You may be working your ass off in the gym following strict workout schedules but still not getting any results. Don't let yourself down,there may be many reasons that you are not achieving your muscle building goal. In this blog we will discuss the major reasons that are preventing most skinny guys to gain muscle.

Not taking enough calories.

Without sufficient calories and nutrients you cannot build muscle. If you're not gaining weight you're not eating enough.
Simple!. Your body needs good food to repair back those torn muscle tissues .If you are not feeding your body with macros you won't see any changes.

Not challenging your strength

One of the best indicators of muscle gain is increased strength. If you are not getting stronger overtime you are not getting bigger. This doesn't mean you always have to add weight. It could be more reps at a given weight, more sets at a given weight,controlling the lowering phase more, moving the bar faster, improving your mind muscle connection at heavy loads.

You need to work hard in the gym. You are trying to force the body to adapt to rigorous workouts. Your body is smart it will build new tissues to make your muscle stronger and able to lift heavy weights.

Researches suggest that training volume is correlated to muscle gain. You should aim to do more training volume overtime. I suggest you to keep track of your training volume i.e How many reps you did,how many sets you did, how much weight you handled per set. Keeping track of your training volume will help you in self evaluating your strength levels. Strength follows size and vice versa. Keep training logs and this will surely help in achieving your body goals.

Muscle gain takes time.

Muscle building takes time and requires patience. You cannot expect to get huge within days. Stay focused and have small goals and achieve the. Most of the guys seek results within 1 month of gym  but muscle building takes time. Consistency in your workout and diet will surely benefit you in long term and help you in gaining muscle mass. Just enjoy the process and keep going.

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“Respect your body. It’s the only one you get.” My fitness journey started in 2015 when i completed my graduation, I was an underweight guy with a weight of 49 Kg and standing 5ft 10inch. Before 2015 for almost 5 years I was taking medicines on daily basis due to tapeworm in my brain which, the continuous consumption of medicine made my liver weak and this effected my growth. After finishing my degree ,I finally decided that I need to fix myself. Then I started working out and it changed my life. I didn't wanted to go to gym as i was skinny guy and lacked confidence, So I started with home workout (push ups pull ups) . I red articles, magazines, videos just to learn how to grow. In just 8 months without any coach or nutritionist I gained 20 Kg. This boosted my confidence a lot. Now Today I weigh 73 Kg a fit lean guy with max for Deadlifts: 330 lbs (2 Reps) Squat: 242 lbs (6 Reps) Bench: 209 lbs (6 Reps) I am still learning a lot and want to share what I have learned during my fitness journey. Lets learn and grow together.- love and peace

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