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Published on 22 Sep 2014 | over 4 years ago

Hey, skinny guy... Use this to gain weight fast:

Here are five reasons why you’re not building muscle fast and offers unique advice for making faster gains. Many naturally skinny guys make killer mistakes that prevent them from building muscle fast and getting those highly sought after gains.

0:57 - Building Muscle Fast: Mistake #1

Unbalanced training is a major reason many naturally skinny guys aren't building muscle fast. This is when one of your muscles groups is stronger and more developed than the opposing muscle groups. Seeing fast gains means that you are working out your entire body and not over-emphasizing any muscle group.

3:05 - Building Muscle Fast: Mistake #2

The second mistake skinny guys make when building muscle is training with low muscle glycogen. Make sure that you consume a high-quality pre-workout meal that consists of slow digesting carbohydrates so you are able to work out at maximum intensity.

4:44 - Building Muscle Fast: Mistake #3

Dehydration occurs in many naturally skinny guys and can really slow your progress. If you are training while you are dehydrated, you will likely suffer from a very poor workout. Build muscle mass effectively by training at maximum intensity and staying fully hydrated.

6:17 - Building Muscle Fast: Mistake #4

Many skinny guys don't take creatine, which is probably the most important supplement as a naturally skinny guy. Creatine will help you lift heavier weight and build rock-solid lean muscle mass by increasing your overload.

7:03 - Building Muscle Fast: Mistake #5

Lack of sleep is a major reason many naturally skinny guys don't reach their full potential. Getting proper rest will help you build muscle by increasing your major anabolic hormones.

Read the full article on Weight Gain Network: www.weightgainnetwork.com/how-to-build-muscle/5-reasons-why-youre-not-building-muscle-fast-enough-and-how-to-make-faster-gains.php






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