Build Muscle Fast With Protein

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Why You Build Muscle Faster By Eating More Protein

There are several times a year that people are more likely to set goals to lose weight or tone up or there might be a special occasion that has you motivated. Whatever the reason you’ll need to change what you’re doing right now. One way is to eat better and exercise regularly.

This takes time and commitment to see results. The steps do not have to be drastic. Small steps often foster consistency; consistency produces success.

One of the easiest ways to lose weight and tone your muscles is through your diet. Most if not all athletes and people who exercise on a regular basis would agree that you’ll need to add proteins as a staple in your diet.

Below are reasons why you should start loading up on more protein:

Proteins Build Muscle

Proteins are the building blocks of muscles. Without proteins, there would be no muscles – mainly because muscles are made up of protein.

If carbohydrates and fats are turned into glucose and triglycerides, proteins contain amino acids that are integral in muscle building and growth.

Your body needs enough protein in order to ensure that there is an ample amount of these amino acids to go around.

Hard Day at the Gym? Load Up on Protein

To build muscle it will take more than a shift in your diet. In order to tone the right places, a trip to the gym is in order. Together with nutrition, physical activity is important when you are toning up.

The only problem with exercise is that it can damage or strain muscles during your workout routine. If you do not eat the right amount of protein, you run the risk of injuring yourself while exercising.

It would be very hard to bench press or jump rope if you have strained thigh muscles. Plus an injury can put a damper on your fitness schedule.

Manage Catabolism with Protein

If you are starting to exercise after years of not being active, losing weight often goes hand in hand with muscle building. However, being on a restricted diet can do more harm than good at least when it comes to toning your muscles.

It is possible to lose weight without sacrificing your muscles. To make sure your muscles do not wither away, add a lot of protein in your diet.

By adding protein to your diet you are doing less work. That might sound a little crazy, but if you’re not putting the right type of foods, nutrients and vitamins into your body than you’ll just work that much harder to get the same results. Protein is one of those nutrients.

It will help you build and tone the muscles that have slowly got soft over the years of not being used regularly. Plus when you exercise it will help you from not getting sore or injuring yourself.

This nutrient actively helps you achieve your fitness goals with how it helps your body. So think twice before you dismiss it because by eating more protein. You’ll start looking leaner, fit into smaller clothes and help add and build muscle that your body needs.

How Does Protein Build Muscle?

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For those striving to build muscle gains, protein is essential. While this is obvious to many athletes and gym-goers, the biological and chemical processes between drinking a protein shake and getting "swole" may not be so clear--but we got you covered!

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Writer:
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Scientific consultants:
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Sources:
https://www.unm.edu/~lkravitz/Article%20folder/musclesgrowLK.html
http://jissn.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1550-2783-9-42
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3197704/
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10867039
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19056590
http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/how-much-protein-do-you-need-every-day-201506188096