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Frequently asked questions - From last 1 year I am doing gym..but not getting any results..

Today somebody  called me and said, “From last 1 year I am doing gym..but not getting any results...”  He had been working out for a year and nothing had changed. ​

digvijay singh bodybuilder and fitness trainer

​Time and time again, I come across people who stress to me that they are unhappy with the way their workouts are going. They consistently tell me that they are not seeing results.

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If you're not seeing workout results, there are small and easy things you can do to reach your goals. Changing your plan or trainer. If your goal is to change your body composition (not that we're suggesting it should be, but if it is), know that many factors go into losing weight, burning fat, or building muscle. Your genetics  can be also. You may be able to bench press 300 pounds or run a 5K in 20 minutes, but that doesn’t mean that you are able to easily get a shredded six-pack. 

On a daily basis, people visit my blog Because Heavy Things Won't Lift Themselves, and tell me they're still having trouble attaining their fitness goals. They consistently work out, they follow all the right advice, and they still don't get results. They're frustrated. If this sounds like you, then keep reading for 10 surprising reasons you're not seeing results—

1. Not giving it your all at the gym

You're not even there in spirit. You might show up and execute all sets and reps, but you're doing it without any attempt to improve since your last workout.

2. Proper Nutrition

Eating is half the battle! People can work out five days a week and burn hundreds of calories, but if they are not fueling themselves properly, all that hard work is squandered. The body needs good nutrition to make sure that it is able to support the work being done.

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3. Avoiding Muscle Groups

You choose your favorite muscle groups and then fail to do the ones you don't enjoy doing, usually by procrastinating them into Sunday. And then you say, "Oh well, I'll start fresh on Monday." But on Monday you don't start with the muscle groups you neglected, and work your favorite ones again, resulting in complete lack of stimulation of your weak spots for weeks.

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