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How to gain a proper muscle?

hi, i am 18 year old boy(vegeterian).my weight is 60 kgs.i regular go to gym since 6 months and do 3 hour workout regularly for all the body part and i build some muscles but recently i notice that my muscle growth goes very low compare to starting for solving this problem i starts eats heavy meals with high protine and low fat then i notice that my body cant use that protine for muscle building and make fat on my belly so how can i stop it and increase my muscle growth with minimum fat in my body.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Oct 2010
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Hi well come to HCM.
Muscle growth with initially gym and diet always is better, but after reaching certain
level definately the growth will be with difficulty. You may continue with your gym
and healthy diet in your decided limits other wise you may add to your stomach belly
Answered: Fri, 9 Sep 2011
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I think you should start off by change your workout and workout schedule. Instead of 3hr workouts, keepm it at 60-75min. Your body will appreciate less workout stress and therefore will have time to help your muscles to recover and build stronger and larger muscle tissue. All the Big and Strong guys know that rest is key to growth and recovery. Concerning your workout schedule, Its time to follow a Split Routine in which DAY1 is chest, back, tricep and DAY2 is
legs, shoulders, bicep. If I read correctly, you do "3 hour workouts for all the body parts", HERE ME OUT! THAT WAY TOO MUCH TRAINING TO ALLOW FOR CONTINUED GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. You can also try a 3-DAY Split Routine such as, DAY1 chest,back DAY2 shoulders,legs and DAY3 bicep, tricep, calves, abs. On your days off do some cardio and abs to get rid of your belly.

Answered: Fri, 1 Oct 2010
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