Any simple ways to gain muscle every day?

I need something to help me gain or at least maintain muscle every day for my major muscles such as abs,biceps,triceps, and ect. I want something that will work on my muscles while I do everyday things such as ankle weights.

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4 Responses to “Any simple ways to gain muscle every day?”

  1. severely damaged said:

    Sorry but you cant just gain muscle like that
    you have to work out at least 5-6 days a week
    And you have to eat allot of protein you should
    go to your nearest GNC or another store and get
    a protein shake you have to make sure you work out
    all your muscle you should also learn about muscle confusion

  2. Morpheus said:

    Stairs – keep your eye out of them – use them whenever you can – they’re monster free exercise machines.

  3. Brer said:

    John, you might find the following clinical evidence re: diet and techniques for muscle hypertrophy helpful. I know I have.


    1) 3g GABA post-workout – – 3g GABA quadruples growth hormone levels.
    2) Creatine solution during resistance training – – Creatine supplementation during resistance training increases intramuscular IGF-1 independent of dietary routine.
    3) 1g calcium carbonate daily – – We conclude that calcium carbonate supplementation of adolescent boys increased skeletal growth, resulting in greater stature and bone mineral acquisition.


    1) Take 3g of GABA at least once per day. – 3g GABA QUADRUPLES growth hormone levels!
    2) Post-Training Meditation –
    3) Have lean protein for breakfast: eggs, steak, yogurt and/or a protein shake
    4) Stock low-fat, low-carb, protein rich foods and snacks such as yogurt, milk, hard-boiled eggs, lean marinated chicken breasts and unprocessed, unsalted nuts – make your own lean & clean trail mix with almonds, cashews, pecans, walnuts, dried fruits and yogurt or dark chocolate. Don’t let your baseline blood sugar trough while you’re recovering from workouts; keep feeding the furnace with protein at least once every two hours.
    5) Avoid drinking any form of cola, at all. It inhibits protein synthesis, which means you won’t grow much muscle while drinking it. Drink milk and fresh-brewed green tea instead of colas, soft drinks or alcohol. “Improved endurance capacity following chocolate milk consumption compared with 2 commercially available sport drinks.”
    6) Use a twice-daily combinatorial protein and ALA supplement offset from workout times (i.e., morning and night) but drink creatine solution during resistance training
    7) Take quercetin to reduce post-workout inflammation and boost mitochondrial biogenesis:
    8) Learn the basics of training if you haven’t already——and learn how high-quality rest is at least as important as exercise for anabolism
    9) Use clinically proven, evidence-based weightlifting techniques including muscle confusion, eccentric loading and optimal intensity for maximum ROI. Concentrate especially on “the big three”: squats, deadlifts and bench press, for maximum returns for effort.
    10) Keep up-to-date about muscle and fitness by bookmarking the best, most objective online sources (PUBMED, etc.) and mix in alternatives such as hemp protein, vibrational and TENS/EMS techniques ( ) from time to time to see whether you get good results.

  4. Healthy said:

    Gaining weight & muscle is a two step process: you have to eat more and lift weights or engage in some sort of strength training routine.

    The most important rule to remember if you want to gain weight is to eat more calories than you burn. Only by doing this can your body use the excess energy to build muscle. If you eat less than you burn, there is no way to gain weight, it’s as simple as that. Your first step is to figure out how many calories your body burns per day. Use this calculator to get an estimate. Now eat more than you burn and you’re on your way to gaining muscle.

    Gaining weight is as simple as eat more than you burn but if you want to gain muscle, you also need to exercise. If you just ate more without lifting weights, you’d just gain fat and become unhealthy and overweight. When you lift weights (or participate in any strength training) you’re actually causing some damage to your muscles.

    When you rest, your body uses those extra calories to repair and rebuild the muscles. When this process is complete, the muscle is stronger and a bit bigger than it was before. You obviously won’t notice a difference right away, but over time you will find yourself becoming stronger and bigger.

    You need to keep your diet clean to gain the right kind of weight. Stay away from sugary and simple carb foods such as candy, foods made with white flour, soda and other junk. These foods will promote fat storage, something you don’t need. Stick to foods made from whole wheat flour, oats, brown rice, lean sources of protein (chicken, some cuts of beef, fish), nuts, beans, legumes and protein shakes – yum yum. If you need more details, go to the Straight Health Forums –


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