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InvigorateX Preceding and following up your workouts with foods that contain plenty of protein is a good practice when you want to maximize muscle growth. Bodybuilders have determined that eating 15 grams of protein before you begin your workout and 15 grams once you finish produces the best results. An 8-ounce glass of milk has between nine and 11 grams of protein, depending upon the type of milk (skim, whole, etc.). Adapt your diet to your training. You need a healthy ratio of protein to fat in order to build muscle. This doesn't mean that you need to consume more food; this means that you need to have a balanced diet. Vitamins and supplements can help increase muscle mass more quickly. Some moves should not be done with excess weight, so be careful which ones you choose to do with heavy loads. When done incorrectly, many moves such as split squats can cause injury to muscles and joints if you are carrying too high a weight. More weight should be reserved for bigger exercises such as rows, presses, dead lifts and squats. If your goal is to increase your overall muscle mass, you must be willing to establish goals that are feasible. The optimal results are attained over a period of time spanning hundreds of individual workouts. Never attempt to bulk up with steroids or stimulants; using these chemicals can cause irreversible damage to your body and your health. Look into obtaining a creatine supplement as part of your muscle building plan.