7 Reasons You’re Not Building Muscle


Not gaining muscle

In the grand scheme of things, building muscle isn’t the hardest thing you set out to do every day.

In fact, because there’s a simple science behind it, it ranks up there with one of the easiest challenges you face. Lift things up, then put them down. Sounds simple enough, doesn’t it? But why aren’t you gaining muscle? The truth might be a bit harsh. You may not want to admit it, but you’re sabotaging yourself. Yes, unfortunately, you may be the only reason that your efforts aren’t producing results. But all is not lost. As a matter of fact, identifying why you aren’t building muscle and how you’re sabotaging yourself is going to be the most gratifying thing you ever did in the gym – except maybe that personal record in the squat rack. Let’s identify the most common mistakes you’re making and show you how to fix them so you can make building muscle a guarantee from here on out.

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Training hard and often does not mean you will see the results that you want – that’s a given. Training hard and training smart, however, that’s your sweet spot and it goes hand in hand when building muscle. 

In my experience as a trainer, the common mistakes are the easiest ones to make and to break, so let’s get started! Here are seven reasons why you are not seeing the results you want and some tips on how to get the body you’ve always dreamed of.

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I’m Terry and I’m here to help you achieve your fitness goals. I truly believe anyone can achieve the figure they want with the proper guidance. Through my extensive fitness blog, top fitness videos, leading workout supplements, and top selling eBooks, I have been able to help thousands of people online lose weight, tone up and get in shape. My passion is helping people all around the world change their lives for the better.
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