Just Following One Program At A Time

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    Just Following One Program At A Time

    Is it possible to build muscles by just following one program at a time and not doing anything else?

    #2
    Building muscle is part diet part working out. The workout part depends on many things: What is your experience level? What sort of exercising have you doen before? How fit are you? For the record, i have not done any darebee program- i have a program of my own. I would say that (especially if you are a beginner) the darebee programs can be used to build muscle (depending on program ofc )- however remember that when you are putting mass, it comes also with some additional fat. This means you probably should include cardio (also for health reasons ofc). My tip is, that you do proper research about what style/program fits you, and if needed, consult a professional who can optimize workouts and food. All the best for you to your goals, have a fine day!

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      #3
      Imho it depends a bit on what gear you have available. If you have a pair of (preferably adjustable) dumbbells i would warmly recommend Iron Born as program.
      Otherwise there are lots of strength oriented programs with only bodyweight. If you never did any strength workouts / lifted before almost any program / workout in the strength related section will give you gains (if done with proper effort). Keyword for building muscle (a.k.a. hypertrophy) is progressive overload. So try to get in a few reps more each workout, a little heavier weight, a more advanced bodyweight move than last time.
      This way you will encourage your body to adapt to the new and more and more taxing demands.
      Of course it is important to also give your body enough building blocks for the new muscles, so watch your protein intake (more is better than less, in some boundaries of course)

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        #4
        I'll probably consult a professional. Thank you 😊

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          #5
          Always consult a professional, before asking strangers on the internet.

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            #6
            Originally posted by XMortalDancer View Post
            I'll probably consult a professional. Thank you 😊
            Or maybe you start a program and see yourself what's about to happen...

            In general:

            protein intake + high load training = muscles
            If it is not happening, one of the both is probably lacking...


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