1. Lift Heavy Weights using Compound Movements
According to the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), morning exercisers seeking to grow muscle should strength train two to four days a week, depending on experience, intensity, and other considerations. If your workout is intense, you should rest for one to three days before working the same muscle area.
2. Eat a Balanced Pre-Workout Breakfast
3. Drink a Cup of Coffee
While consuming a cup of coffee before a morning workout won't result in immediate muscle growth, its side effects may help you achieve your objectives. On power-based sports and resistance workouts, caffeine has been demonstrated to have ergogenic (read: performance-enhancing) benefits.
4. Give Protein Priority After Exercise
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5. Stay on Top of Your Hydration
6. Consider Taking a Supplement
Protein supplements may help you meet your morning protein objectives. Other substances can boost workouts. Creatine, which helps muscles produce energy during strength training or HIIT, is typically consumed to increase muscular mass, performance, and recuperation.