There are 3 HUGE building mistakes most guys make that are keeping them stuck and frustrated. The great news is that there is an easy solution each of them.

Let's break it down in today's video and you back on the progress train while having a blast in the process.

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    15 replies to "3 Huge Muscle Building Mistakes"

    • Lose Fat Get Jacked

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    • Dose of fitness

      well done !!

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Thanks man

    • Daren Bulley

      I can relate to this. My problem right now is the following….after successfully loosing 50 lbs from January 1st to September 19th, I decided to increase my protein from 25% of my intake to 50% and decrease carbs from 50% to 25%, and I have remained at 200 lbs even though my goal is 186. (183 is the high end of my BMI chart) As a result of not losing any more weight I turned up my frequency at the Gym from 2 or 3 whole body workouts per week to 6 workouts focusing on different muscle groups (ie, arm day, leg day and so on) instead of doing two or three half hour jogs per week I now do six and on my day off I do a walk that is three miles long. At 1400 calories per day I should be losing fat still, but what I find is that I am so hungry that I end up eating more and often it is ice cream or chocolate covered almonds before bed. I also convince myself that there is no reason to try harder since I lost a lot of fat already and I look pretty good. 26% bodyfat is not where I really want to stop, but this is what has been happening with me for the past month or five weeks.
      I know people frequently say that the BMI isn’t accurate for athletic people but if I am honest if I went to 186 I would be at about 16% body fat and that is in a healthier range than where I am at so I think I can get there.
      I do have good portion control on the ice cream and I have one 100 calorie cup, but I have to convince my wife not to buy the chocolate covered nuts I can’t stop eating them until they are gone.

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Great share and insights all around my brother. Why did you decide to change your macros so drastically? The benefit of aiming for a reasonable calorie target that sustains your energy and performance while keeping your appetite in check is key. Being too aggressive with your calorie target makes it very difficult to stick with and increases your chances of a binge. And no doubt about it… keeping those temptations out of sight and out of mind will go a long way in helping you comply with your diet. You’re definitely in a challenging position when you feel like you’ve achieved a great deal (which you have) and feel like you look good. You need to remind yourself of why it’s so very important for you to achieve your goal. You got this!

      • chris rocco

        my dude …are u a 14 year old girl?? 1400 calories…up it to 2600 calories and watch what starts to happen!!!

      • Daren Bulley

        @chris rocco watch my belly grow back? No thanks

      • Daren Bulley

        @Lose Fat Get Jacked it’s popular to hear people suggest .8 – 1 gram of protein per pound of desired weight so I was thinking 186 grams and to have 186 grams of protein on a low calorie diet is hard

    • Jeff Chan

      Two a days are truly awesome. I am able to hit the second part of my workout with a lot of intensity. But… comes with a but of course… very time consuming.

      I split my workout 1 yesterday and I felt like I spent most of my day working out 😂

      But going to split my workout today as well. Hopefully a bit more time efficient

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Right on brother! I still may consider two a days at some point just for a fun experiment. Two 30-40 minute sessions per day max. Always appreciate your insights.

    • Jeff Chan

      Congrats on the weight loss Steve!

    • Jeff Chan

      Regarding unrealistic expectations, i was speaking to colleague about working out and I told him I recent finished a mini-cut and I was going on another build phase. He then said, how many pounds of muscle are you aiming to gain? 10-15?

      Lol, I told I’m I would be happy with 1 lb 🙂

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        haha… I’m right there with you my man! 1 pound at this stage of the game is incredible and should be celebrated.

    • chris rocco

      as a natty 3 to 5 pounds a year…and Im bein generous..u are right on with Nunez and the other nattys…its ez to gain weight lol
      but true muscle and being hard takes years! but stay the course and in 5 years thats like 20 lbs!!! great video

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        No doubt… years are required indeed. And we certainly aren’t talking about 20 pounds in 5 years unless you are VERY new to lifting. The example with Peter Fitschen gaining 5 pounds of muscle from the age of 20-36 is more in line with what most naturals with lifting experience can expect.

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