How to Avoid Common Muscle Building Mistakes?

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Muscle building mistakes include one not being consistent and justifying lack of progress and not monitoring it which leads to comparing yourself. The other mistakes to avoid are setting unrealistic expectations, working out too much and under training and then resorting to supplements. Many don't follow Sound Nutrition Plans and they end up quitting. When building a home trying not to be your own general contractor without using a good set of plan and a general contractor. Also make sure that you are building the right house for your lot and that the concrete is right while using engineered products.
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