Training everyday does not allow your muscles to grow. Your body needs to rest and recuperate for it to grow. When you workout with weights, you cause tiny “micro” tears that require ample recuperation time to repair those fibres. This repair process is what in fact builds bigger and stronger muscles. You are forcing them by training beyond your comfort zone.
5. Get Plenty of Sleep
Sleep has many benefits with regards to muscle building, sleep allows for anabolic processes to repair and rebuild the microtears in the tissues and muscle fibers. Sleep is also when anabolic hormone levels are at their highest, primarily the growth hormones that support muscle growth. Individuals who get a good 8 hours night’s rest produce and release more anabolic hormones than individuals who get 5 or 6 hours of sleep or have interrupted sleep patterns.
Eat more healthy foods and protein, train hard and heavy, but less frequently, use full body, multi-joint exercises and ensure adequate rest and sleep to give your body an extra boost for muscle gains.