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Muscle Mass Workouts: The Right Belief

By Don Demarco

Very often the difference between success and failure in your muscle mass workouts is a difference of belief. This is the most powerful thing at your disposal.

Trust me, if you really believe that you can do something, if you trust yourself and your ability to succeed, and if you’ve really set your mind to doing it, there’s nothing that anybody can do to stop you.

Your mind is your strongest weapon when you are looking for bodybuilding muscle gain.

It determines a successful or unsuccessful outcome in almost every case.

Bodybuilding is a battle of the mind, and it is your mindset that determines whether or not you are able to achieve bodybuilding muscle gain.

After being around thousands of aspiring bodybuilders, I’ve come to understand that those who don’t have the right mindset will be unable to achieve bodybuilding muscle gain.

Many of them are burdened with negative thoughts and usually end up failing in their endeavor.

They constantly think negative thoughts and impose limitations on what they can do; this significantly affects their ability to achieve the body of their dreams.

You’ll find many such examples of unrealized potential in the world of bodybuilding; those who are stuck in the swamp of mediocrity because they don’t move forward and try to turn their dreams to reality.

Their mindset is far weaker than that of the average person.

You won’t be able to achieve the body that you desire if you don’t believe in your ability to do so.

You need to learn how to motivate yourself and keep yourself motivated throughout your bodybuilding muscle gain program if you want to taste the heights of success.

If you want to achieve bodybuilding muscle gain, you need to employ visualization and verbalization techniques.

These can be used to your advantage in your battle to achieve bodybuilding muscle gain.

Visualization involves thinking of yourself as someone who’s already achieved his (or her) goals and seeing yourself as you want others to see you.

When you visualize yourself with a chiseled and muscular body, you will be motivated to work harder to achieve it.

When you do so, you control your own destiny, because you’ve let your mind show you the most efficient path to get there.

In order to achieve your goals, you have to remain dedicated and focused and use your inner strength to help you in this battle.

When you use affirmations to help you achieve bodybuilding muscle gain, it is known as verbalization; this should be at least once a day, if not more.

Verbalization helps you to visualize, and both these techniques work in tandem to help you in achieving bodybuilding muscle gain.

The key to using these techniques successfully involves “knowing” what you want and then giving it your all to get it.

You have to keep saying to yourself “I know I can do this.”.

To learn about more techniques that will help you achieve bodybuilding muscle gain, follow the links below

By Don Demarco. Don is an amateur bodybuilder and fitness coach. Learn which exercises you MUST avoid to get abs–these exercises taught by inexperienced trainers will actually make your stomach grow bigger!!!! Visit Men’s Workout Heaven. You will also learn how to workout in a way that saves you time in the gym while being nearly twice as effective. The lessons can be found on FREE Muscle Building Course

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Demarco, Don "Muscle Mass Workouts: The Right Belief." Muscle Mass Workouts: The Right Belief. 27 Jun. 2010. 26 Jul 2014 <>.

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Demarco, D (2010, June 27). Muscle Mass Workouts: The Right Belief. Retrieved July 26, 2014, from

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