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Kristen’s Blog » Blog Archive » Dealing with Self-Esteem

I have struggled with self-esteem issues for most of my life. I was always that girl who was looking over her shoulder in fear that someone was looking at her with critizing eyes.

Counseling Self Esteem

In counseling self esteem, I am reminded of step four in the AA program, which states that the alcoholic needed to make a fearless and thorough moral inventory of themselves in order to determine their defects of character which need to …

I’m OK, You’re OK: Social Media Self-Esteem

Just when we thought we’d found our place in the business world and our community and gotten comfortable in our own skin, along came Social Media. Rather than worry if we’re leading the fashion trends, we’re counting re-tweets and …

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Have you been working on building up your muscles? If you are like most people, you might not have been doing all you can to get those muscles where they need to be. Here are some simple tips that work for building muscle. Use them and you will see results.

Many trainers will advise you to change your workout routine every few months. You should however keep in mind that this is not necessary. If the routine that you are using is providing excellent results, then you should stick with it! Change your routine only if it is not giving you the results that you seek, or if you feel that you have gained most of the benefits from it.

When attempting to build muscle mass, it is important to ingest the right foods. If your efforts to add bulk are stagnating, it could be because you have an insufficient nutritional intake. To add bulk, you need to consume at least 4000-6000 calories each day from foods, which are calorie dense. Some examples of calorie-dense foods are pasta, nuts, eggs, bagels, trail mix and steaks. Since vegetables have low calorie-density, keep their intake to a minimum.

Plan out your routine properly. It is a good idea to work on only one or two specific muscle groups per day instead of jumping around. By doing this you will be able to give your muscles enough time to rest before you put them through another really exhausting workout session. Your muscles just need some time to heal.

You can decide at any time to really start building muscle. If you use the tips from this article, you are going to see a positive change in your physique. Work on building muscle and you will find that you like your body more, and that you feel healthier and stronger.

Have a great day!