Big muscles are sexy. While this is the case, many people do not know the right way of getting the muscles so they struggle a lot. If you are struggling to get muscles here are three mistakes that you might be doing:

Resting For Too Long

It's good to rest between sets in order to give time for your muscles to recover. While this is the case, you should avoid resting for too long. Experts say that when you rest for a long time you tend to feel tired which means that you exercise for just a few minutes. To avoid this you should rest for only 30-90 seconds and then resume training.

To have the motivation to exercise you should dedicate every set to a given part of your body. For example, you can dedicate one set to your back. You should then rest and dedicate the other set to your chest.

Not Monitoring Your Progress

“What gets measured gets improved” is a popular saying and you should include it in your muscle building journey. Many people go to the gym because it's part of their social life. While this can be done by seasoned weight builders, you can not do the same as a beginner.

If you want to gain weight you need to come up with a plan that will guide you on how much muscle you need to gain. The plan should also guide you on how to achieve your goals.

Professional muscle builders recommend that you should not be strict on your plan-you should be flexible and be ready to make the necessary adjustments as need be.

Having Unrealistic Expectations

While it's good to have a plan of the amount of muscle that you want to build, it's good to be realistic. For example, it's impossible for you as a new weight lifter to lose 50 lbs in your first few weeks of training.

To have the morale to continue with the training you need to set realistic expectations. For example, if you are training in order to lose body fat you should lose at least 2 pounds of body fat every week.

Conclusion

These are the mistakes that you should avoid if you want to build muscle the right way. Always remember to take enough proteins in your meals. To be on the safe side you should take animal, vegetable, and dairy proteins. You should avoid taking recycled carbohydrates.