How to Put on Muscle Weight Quickly

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There is no way to naturally put on muscle quickly, but it helps to do squats, dead lifts and bench presses, and to give the body a chance to rest. Discover why flexibility training is important when putting on muscle mass with help from a strength and conditioning specialist in this free video on exercise and fitness tips.

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Hi I'm Ashleigh Gass, strength and conditioning specialist with BrilliantAthlete.com. How do you put on muscle mass quickly? To be blunt, there is no way to do this naturally. In order to put muscle mass on it takes years of great eating habits, great strength training and proper rest and recovery. When you do all those for years in a row, you're going to be putting on muscle mass. So rest, rest means days off between training programs or training days. Because rest is when your body recovers. So make sure you're doing that. When you're in the gym, strength lifts such as the squat, dead lift and bench press should really form the foundation of the rest of your training program. Why? Because those lifts will help very, very quickly build overall muscle mass and strength. Flexibility training is also critical because we all know we can't train and build muscle mass when we're injured. If you'd like to learn more about proper flexibility training, you can contact me at BrilliantAthlete.com. One of the last areas that you really need to improve on in order to gain muscle mass is how much you eat. It's probably more then what you're eating right now. There's an educational system on BrilliantAthlete.com called precision nutrition. You can check that out and it will give you all the tools that you need to learn how to eat to gain muscle mass. Again I'm Ashleigh Gass, strength and conditioning specialist with BrilliantAthlete.com.

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