How Do Muscles Rebuild?

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Muscles rebuild with time, sleep, and nutrition. In order to begin the rebuilding process, the muscle fibers must first be stressed. When stressed after a workout, cells and proteins rush to what they perceive as an injury site. They proceed to add vitamins, minerals, and hormones to the site. This process begins immediately and continues over a few days. This is why experts advise people to avoid working the same body parts each day. Working the same muscles every day, never gives them a chance to rebuild. Some experts even recommend waiting two days between workouts.
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1. Get excited about getting back into your training, especially after an injury or illness. Train with fewer sets, because you have probably lost some of your muscle stamina and
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Muscles need about 24-48 hours of rest after a workout.
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eat two gms of protein for every lbs of body weight. take creatine and drink a protein blend or a whey protein isolate. This will help rebuild muscle. Eating more is good but eat
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The recommendation to eat protein soon after a workout has to do with the so-called "window of opportunity" during which your muscles are "primed" to take on nutrients
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