Top 5 muscle and strength bodybuilder secrets you need to know

Ange Dim
4 min readJan 12, 2021

Gaining muscle mass and strength is a gradual and long term process. Once you reach a stage of your muscle development, you will seek to keep expanding and rising to achieve bigger and better results. This is what we call “passion for the metal” because it’s not only a visual aspect that’s appealing; it’s the psychological and physical.

What do I mean by this? Once you begin your journey towards muscle and strength growth, you will naturally increase your self-confidence. When we begin the journey, we don’t expect (or can’t picture ourselves) being at that level we want to become. It may seem virtually impossible, but as time goes on, and you keep reaching new levels, suddenly you believe it and anything else you want to achieve or become, is possible as well.

As a woman that has trained with weights for most of her life, I really love the self-confidence weighs allowed me to discover. From the simple to the complex, I have pushed through so-called limitations to discover just how strong I am, and that I too can progressively build muscle and strength on my own.

I have a few simple yet particular ways in which anyone can use the principles to create successful growth. This is for both the young and old, for the man and woman. The only thing one would be missing is the willingness to allow weights to become a lifestyle choice, above all other forms of exercises. Sure, running is great for you, and so are other sports — but to be truly successful with weight training and strength, you have to put the work in every week, and save your energy and stamina for the planned sessions you have. THat’s the only way true and sustainable growth will occur. Do get your exercise outdoors, take your yoga or pilates class, but tread carefully when you expend hours of energy and all of your time on another sport. It can and probably will kill your energy and strength for weight training.

Let me get down to training basics, as it’s split into 2 parts — one for strength building and one for hypertrophy. To get the most maximal gains for the minimal time required, you must structure your training routine in this way.

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Ange Dim

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