Get Buff Fast – 3 Easy Ways
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Growing up, I was always the skinny kid and I simply thought it was impossible for me to ever get buff. I was 5′ 10″ and carried around 120 lbs in a lanky frame. I blamed it on genetics or bad luck and simply continued on in life while secretly being jealous of my peers who seemed to get buff fast so effortlessly. It wasn’t until I swallowed my pride and asked my friend for his secret that I learned how to get buff fast.
If you want to get buff fast, you have to learn to do what actually works and produces results and not from hearsay or what you see on late night TV or read in a magazine. Now, I’m the go to guy my friends ask for advice and here’s what I tell them:
1. Eat Right – In order to get buff fast, you have to consume the right type and amount of food. Foods high in protein will help you build muscle. Protein shakes after a work out will also help with the muscle building process. In addition, it’s much better to eat 6 small meals throughout the day than 3 large meals like most people.
2. Work Smart – Once you’re eating properly, you want to make sure you are working out properly and effectively. You want to work smart not hard as our goal is to bulk up and get buff fast. Free weights are better than machines as they do a better job stimulating the muscles. It’s important to get a workout buddy as well to not only spot you on certain exercises but to also keep you motivated. Keep a journal to document your progress.
3. Rest Up – Most people don’t realize that true muscle building comes when your outside the gym. Muscle fibers rebuild bigger after being stimulated in the gym. Some people think they can get buff fast by working out harder and longer. That’s working hard not smart. You want to work out just enough and then go home and rest so your muscles can rebuild and get bigger.
Following these tips, you’ll be well on your way to get buff fast. The most important thing is to take action. You can read tips and advice but the real measure of success is getting results which cannot happen until you take the first step. I packed on over 50 pounds of lean muscle in under a year and if I can do it, so can you. You just have to take action and follow the steps.
By Matt Roeder