How to Add Muscle Mass (15 SECONDS AT A TIME!!)


Use the same workouts pro athletes use to build muscle!
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In order to add muscle mass you have to get stronger, that’s a given. What often goes overlooked however is just how hard it gets to keep getting stronger the more experienced a lifter you become. In this video I show you how to add muscle mass and size by incorporating lifting techniques that help you to do that faster.

Newbie lifters will likely find it very easy to add muscle size. Even hardgainers will make their most gains early on in their lifting since their muscles are not accustomed to the stress of lifting weights. Once those gains are made however, it becomes harder and harder to build muscle fast, which necessitates the use of more advanced strategies.

This rest pause tactic I show you works best in the 5-6 rep failure range. The reason is that you can extend the number of reps you can perform in this strength building range. If you normally fail at 5-6 reps of a curl using 60lbs, you can extend that to close to double the amount of reps using what I show you here.

The best part about this is that you can apply it to help you gain muscle in whatever muscle group you’re struggling to add size to. This technique will help you build muscle faster whether you are training your chest, biceps, legs or shoulders.

It’s muscle building tips like this that you can find in the ATHLEAN-X training program. Pro athletes are using this exact 90 day program to add muscle mass to better prepare them for their upcoming seasons.

If you want to learn how to add muscle without subjecting yourself to workouts that will leave you overtrained, then I would invite you to check out the A-X program.

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