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💪Doctor Reveals The Only 4 Ways To Build Muscle
At the age of 6, when I first moved here to America from Italy - I saw my first muscle magazine and I was mesmerized by the idea of getting big, strong, muscular and lean.
Sadly, I have some crappy genetics and gaining muscle and losing fat has always been an uphill battle for me. But I’ve never given up and in the process, I’ve learned everything there is to gaining muscle and losing fat, naturally.
This also probably explains why I became an anti-aging, endocrinology doctor - which is the study of hormones.
And I’ve coached professional and Olympic athletes, including lots of bodybuilders.
So today, I’m here to pass on all of my wisdom, so you can learn from my mistakes.
I’ve simplified the entire process of gaining muscle to 4 simple and clinically proven “ingredients”.
4 Primary Ingredients For Building Muscle
Ingredient #1 - HORMONES
Before anything can be said and done, you must have the right hormones for building muscle. They need to be optimized.
We all have different genetics and please don’t compare yourself to someone else who might have great genetics and then think there’s something wrong with you.
Just as someone who is a genius and has a high IQ, some people are just born with lots of muscle cells and the perfect hormones for building muscle and losing fat.
If you don’t optimize your hormones, anything else you do will NOT work and it’ll be a waste of effort, time and money.
In fact, the right hormonal environment will make you grow muscle without doing anything - no exercise, diets or supplements.
And, this is exactly what happens when you hit puberty and all of a sudden you start getting muscular, leaner, more aggressive, hornier, etc.
It’s ALL about the hormones.
But let’s move on to the second most important ingredient and that’s EXERCISE
Ingredient #2 - EXERCISE
In order for muscle to grow, it FIRST needs to be “stimulated” and that requires exercise.
The correct form of exercise ALSO produces important hormones and growth factors, that will build muscle.
And in order to do this, you need to lift weights.
Now, this can be with dumbbells, barbells, cables, machines or your own bodyweight. It doesn’t matter.
Okay, now that you’ve stimulated the muscle, have produced the right hormones, it’s time to FEED your muscles.
Ingredient #2 - DIET
If you don’t feed your muscles, the workouts will cause you to LOSE muscle.
In fact, this is what happened to me when I first started. I thought I’d lift weights to make my muscles grow and then eat less food to lose fat.
But all I did was get smaller and weaker. I was like anorexic.
However, you don’t need that much extra food. Increase your calories by about 250-500 daily and see how you look and feel after a month. If you’re not getting fat, then good. If you are, lower the calories a little.
This has to do with YOUR body, so listen to it, pay attention.
As far as WHAT to eat. Okay… this is where all the confusion comes.
Simple, easy and effective.
Ingredient #4 - REST
Now that you’ve stimulate and fed the muscle, you need to REST it. Just like a baby, you need your rest to grow.
As far as sleep, get as much as you need. Some need 6 hours and some need 9. Go to bed before midnight and wake up naturally.
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liam: Yes, but most hormone “pills” are liver toxic. So, take a drug isn’t a good idea. THen you have the option of taking an injectable.
However, doing it naturally is BEST. That’s where AV works and does a great job.
Yurandyr: If you’re referring to AlphaViril, it would be on an empty stomach and thus, 2 hours AFTER a meal and 30-60 min before a meal. Ideally it would be about at least 10 min BEFORE and then you eat.
Great video, it was such useful information. I've been trying to gain muscle and loss fat for a few months as I was very insecure about my body. I've been using free weights, I.e dumbbells whilst reducing my calorie intake, and trying to eat healthy although I was and still am losing weight very quickly. I did notice that I wasn't gaining much muscle on the chest region even though I was managing 30-40push ups in my daily exercise routine, and my my arms are becoming tone but with little gain. I did not know that I have to increase my calorie intake as well, and to not workout too much which is where win going wrong and get plenty of rest. Thanks for the useful tips and tricks, it just makes logical sense. Again great video! I'm definitely going to share this to a few friends. 👍
Dr Sam Robbins Sir I'm a doctor myself. I've studied this topic thoroughly from harrison, guyton and best journals. Some amount of Saturated fat must be consumed but it doesn't make it necessarily "good for you". This term would suggest any excess amount would result in favourable outcomes which isn't the case here.
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