5 WAYS TO BUILD LEAN MUSCLE FAST
To view original article visit: TonyMorrisFitness.com 1. Eat good healthy foods on a daily basis Protein is needed by your body because it is the building block that helps you repair and grow. It is used to revive skin, nails, and hair. These essential needs of your body have to be supplemented first before protein can focus on muscle growth. This means that muscle gain needs consistent energy and determination from you. Protein-rich foods such as beef, pork, eggs, seafood, and poultry need to be consumed to gain lean muscle. Protein powder
STIFF LEG DEADLIFTS
The stiff leg deadlift strengthens the lower back with an emphasis on the hamstrings and glutes. Grasp a couple of dumbbells holding them by your side at arm's length. Stand with your torso straight and your legs spaced using a shoulder width or narrower stance. The knees should be slightly bent. This is your starting position. Keeping the knees stationary, lower the dumbbells to over the top of your feet by bending at the waist while keeping your back straight. Keep moving forward as if you were going to pick something from the
Squats are a great way to boost your overall fitness and get great results fast. Squats are often regarded as “leg” exercises, they actually offer benefits throughout your entire body, including deep within your core. There aren’t many exercises that work as many muscles as squats do. It is a great multi-purpose activity useful for toning and tightening your glutes, abs, and legs. Squats build your muscles and these muscles participate in the regulation of glucose and lipid metabolism and insulin sensitivity, helping to protect you against obesity, diabetes, and
Banded External Rotation
Wrap a resistance band around a post, place it at elbow height. Start by standing a couple feet away with your left side to the band. With your right hand hold the end of the band while also keeping your elbow pressed against your side. Your left arm should be flexed with your elbow at a 90 degree angle. Then begin rotating your arm in a backhand movement, while also keeping your elbow in place.