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All too often I walk into public gyms and see skinny guys plugging away, doing set after set of the worst, time wasting exercises possible. That’s why, today, I’m going to show you how to build muscle fast with the most effective exercises per body part starting from the traps and working our way down to the calves.
Question: Coach, I want to learn the secrets from you about how to build muscle fast, but the problem is I can only train three times per week. Is this even possible or do I really have to commit to six days per week?
Today I’m going to give you a very simple tip that will show you how to build muscle fast while saving yourself countless hours of stress. You ready? All you need to do is stop over thinking. That’s it. It’s that easy. If you stop doing that and instead set your focus on the important stuff you will start gaining faster than ever before.
Many people often ask me how a beginners and/or weak hardgainers muscle building workouts should differ from the programs of strong, advanced lifters. There are four important things that differentiate the training of a beginner or hardgainer and an advanced trainee. Firstly, beginners and hardgainers who want to build muscle fast need to do fewer exercises than advanced lifters. A basic upper body push, an upper body pull and a compound lower body movement makes up a great beginner/hardgainer workout. The more exercises you are doing the more difficult it becomes to master them. So keep them to a minimum.
Sure you’ve read a lot of articles on how to build muscle. But there’s something you don’t know. Something their not telling you. You’ve been lied to. Hoodwinked. Duped. Bamboozled. Everything you have ever read about proper exercise form is wrong. And it could be slowing down your progress and setting you up to get injured. If you want to build muscle faster and maybe even avoid some injuries along the way, read what I am about to tell you very carefully.
While watching football yesterday with a bunch of friends the most prevalent comments throughout the entire day were something along the lines of, “Damn, that guy’s got some huge arms!” Every time a massive set of guns came across the screen someone made mention of it, because, let’s face it; big arms are impressive. It also explains why one of the most frequent email questions I get is about how to build huge arms.
The best way to build your shoulders is with some form of overhead pressing. This can be done with barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, kegs or logs. Obviously, if you train in a public gym your only options will be barbells and dumbbells. And there is nothing wrong with that. Those are the same tools that lifters and bodybuilders have used to build cannon ball sized delts for decades. One thing you want to avoid is the Smith machine, or for that matter any other kind of pressing or lateral raise machine. These will never stimulate growth the way barbells and dumbbells will and can lock your shoulders into a dangerous fixed range of motion that can cause more injuries.
The best way to build big legs is to squat. End of discussion. It’s that simple. There is no leg press, leg extension, leg curl or hack squat machine that could ever come close. For that matter there is no other free weight exercise that could ever touch the squat either.