People and particularly the young males are always concerned about their muscle build up since they are in their teens. Girls and women are more inclined towards achieving a well toned rather than a flabby make of their body. While muscles’ tightening is not a same affair for everyone due to intrinsic biological and hormonal differences, here are some measures and ways to tighten and tone up muscles in a short time span!
Apply a differentiated mix of these listed strategies as according to your body demands
A Regular exercise pattern: Muscles have always been linked to good and regular exercising schedules. This is perfectly true as having work outs makes our body and particularly the muscles to do work. This work out is eventually seen by the human body as a trigger to get prepared for any such future exercising schedules. The signals are actually of mental origin and involuntary type but has physical implications in toning, building up and tightening of your muscles! Regular work outs start generating continuity in the process of expansion of the network of nerves and blood vessels in the muscles thus providing inner strength. You can have easy rather than highly stressed exercises. Consult your trainer for more complex and thorough exercises.
Diets rich in proteins: Proteins are the building blocks of the body and any deficiency of the same starts affecting the inherent make up of the body. The muscles are affected at first and start to loosen. Therefore for tight muscles it is imperative to maintain a good protein diet; although you need not go for heavy protein complexes available in the market (these may not be assimilated by everyone!).
Minerals and vitamins: Certain minerals and vitamins have been identified with the building and maintaining healthy muscles in human body. Vitamin C is significant in that it increase the absorption of iron, calcium and magnesium into the blood stream. Minerals like Na+ and K+ (sodium and potassium ions) assist the neuro motor functions including in the muscles.
Pranayams – Yoga: Pranayams are the ‘breathing patterns’ that are designed intricately to generate some abnormal positive responses in the body of the doer. Regular and dedicated pranayams for sustained durations produce controlled hormonal shots in the body. Testosterone is elevated during the pranayams and this serves to enhance the muscle mass and inherent tightening.
However, try always a healthy and reliable pattern on a sustained basis to obtain permanent and lasting results. You should not go for extra heavy intake of proteins or round the clock work outs!