Three things to focus on to build muscle
All tips, methods, work out routines and all chemical products out there directed at muscle building generally revolve around three things and anyone one trying to build muscle should bear these three in mind. This is the framework, a roadmap to building more muscle mass. You can flesh it up however you want.
1. Give the Muscles a Reason to Bulk Up.
The body should have a reason to increase its muscle mass. To do this, you have to work it out to the point where it hurts a bit afterwards. The body will repair itself and add more mass to enable it to handle your workout routine without hurting the muscle fibre. Gym sessions should leave you a bit sore. This shows that the muscle fibre has been slightly torn. As the body repairs the tears, it adds more material to it. This is the mechanism involved.
2. Provide the Material With Which to Build Muscle Mass
So, we have established that your muscles should be subjected to a little more than they are comfortable with. Afterwards, the body repairs the muscles and adds more material. The next thing to consider is whether the body has enough of this material. Anyone trying to build muscle mass should therefore ensure they have enough protein. Lean beef, fish, nuts, eggs and milk are some good sources. If there is need you can add protein supplements. This should by no means replace protein in food, however. It is just a supplement.
3. Give the Body Time To Repair and Build.
You should give the body enough rest in between workout sessions for it to have a chance to repair and build more mass. Do not work out without resting your body, it is counter productive. The secret is to work out intensely, then have long periods of rest.
Be sure to take a lot of fluids during and in between workout sessions.
Sleep should be paramount and in this light, do not work out 2 hours before bedtime.
Anyone Can Build Muscle Mass
While some find it easier as they are genetically optimised to bulk up, anyone can build muscle mass. The key is to give the body a reason to build up by subjecting it to workouts it is not comfortable with, then give it material and time to heal and build.