However, people sometimes tend to go to extremes. For example, if you constantly keep themselves on a starvation diet, in this case is difficult to expect that your muscles will grow. For the growth of muscles needed building blocks – protein, and in amounts not less than 2-2, 5 gr. per kilogram of body weight. In addition, you will need to consume 4.5 grams. carbohydrate per kilogram of body weight. Carbohydrates – that's what gives you energy for workouts. What will happen to the car if it is not time to refuel gasoline? He did not budge.
The same thing will happen to your muscles, if you do not like to be 'fill' their carbohydrates. Even worse: not getting carbohydrates, the body in order to offset their energy costs will begin to use the molecule the muscle cells, that is to devour the precious musculature. In this article we shall not extend to the theme of nutrition in bodybuilding. We only note that the best sources of protein for athletes are eggs, milk, cheese, meat, fish, chicken, and carbohydrates you preferably produced from rice, oats, buckwheat, potatoes, pasta, brown bread, fruit and vegetables. 3.
Training with weights is too large. It also may be one of the reasons that you have not made the desired progress. On our experience, we know that beginners often like to hold another competition like 'Who is more prone squeeze', etc. Exercising with weights close to the limit, not only overload the muscles, and joints and ligaments, as well as place a heavy stress on the nervous system. In addition, the desire by all means to raise as much as possible the weight often leads to disruption of technique exercises, which in turn is a direct route to injury. Dosing burden in strict accordance with our recommendations! 4. Incorrect exercises. The problem for beginners is very urgent, especially because not every gym has trainers that can communicate clearly explain how to perform this or that movement.