6 Reasons You Can't Gain Muscle

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1. Not Writing Anything Down

A bigger muscle is a stronger muscle and to make your muscles stronger you need to lift heavier weights, do more reps and/or sets each workout but,

If don't write anything down or track your workout progress… You'll never know exactly how much more weight, reps and/or sets you need to do to beat your last workout to progressively get stronger to build more muscle.

Look at the picture below ↓

Progressive Overload to build muscle as fast as possible

How much bigger would he get doing the same workout?

Use 1 of these workout logs ↓

2. Not enough protein

Studies say you need at least .64 grams of protein per pound or 1.4 grams per kg to build more muscle after using the progressive overload trick

Type in how much you weigh in the box below and then click the Enter button to See how much protein you need to build muscle.

Type in how much you weigh here →

You ONLY need -to- grams of protein per day to build muscle

3. Too Much

Are you working out the same muscle group more than ONCE every 2-to-4 days?

If you workout a muscle too often then you won't give it time to rest, recover and rebuild itself into a bigger and stronger muscle.

It takes about 36-to-72 hours for your muscle to repair and rebuild themselves after a workout. Take at least 2 days off before you workout the same muscle group again.

4. More carbs, More fat

Tip → More carbs can make your muscles look bigger → See why

5. You're not doing any tricks

Use 1 of these 16 Muscle Building Tricks to break out of a muscle building plateau when you're unable to progressively overload your muscles with more weight, reps and/or sets.

Take Action → Start Gaining Muscle

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