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NOXOR Platinum Edition your body will use protein as an alternative energy source. If you take in enough carbs, your body will function at a higher level during workouts. If you are going to train to be in a marathon or other event, don't try to increase muscles as well. Cardio exercises are excellent for overall fitness, but intense cardio workouts will interfere with efforts to bulk up your muscles through strength training. If building up muscle is your focus, spend most of your effort on a strength-training routine. Engage in many repetitions within many sets to increase muscle mass. Do fifteen lifts at the minimum with a break of a minute or less in between. This constant working will increase lactic acid production and flow, thereby stimulating the growth of muscle. Try to do this as much as you can during each session to get the best results. Once your workout is complete, you need to stretch thoroughly, so that your muscles repair themselves and continue to grow. Someone who is under forty should hold each stretch at least thirty seconds. Someone over 40 should hold their stretches for at least 60 seconds. This helps to lessen the chance of injury after you have just worked out. Work the right muscles to create an illusion of bigger bulk. That will happen if you focus efforts on the upper back, shoulders and upper chest and train those body parts specifically. When you do this, your waist will look smaller, and the rest of you will look bigger. When you workout, it is important you train with different muscles; such as, chest with back, or hamstrings with your quads. By focusing on opposing muscles in different exercises, the non-working muscle has an opportunity to rest while the working one is performing all the work.