Chill Out, Muscle Up

October 2012
Men's Health;Oct2012, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p64
The article offers information on muscle building and muscle growth. It states that weightlifting creates microtears in the muscles, and working out too hard too soon can undermine the repair process. It mentions that lifting weights makes the metabolism race as the body works to replenish energy and repair muscle tissue. Therefore, one must take atleast one day rest between workouts


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