Natural Bodybuilder Michael Boyle Teaches You How to Make Quality Muscle Growth

Make quality muscle growth using tips from natural bodybuilder Michael Boyle.

Natural bodybuilder Michael Boyle shared some great tips on how to build quality muscle in a recent post to his social media. The natural bodybuilding champion has a high-quality physique that he was able to attain without utilizing any performance enhancing drugs. But how exactly did he do it?

Making quality muscle growth is a science. It takes consistent hard work and dedication in order to bring about growth. It takes eating the right foods and getting quality rest to make a change occur. That goes double for those who decide to build muscle without using gear. A natural bodybuilder needs to be doubly smart if they hope to make consistent quality gains.

Enter Michael Boyle

PNBA Pro Michael Boyle has made a career of getting in tip top condition. The natural bodybuilder has won a great deal of competitions during his tenure and has coached others to get into great shape. While he may not have the massive muscle of an IFBB Pro mass monster, Boyle has built an incredible physique, all without utilizing gear.

The @inbapnbaglobal_official Olympia pics are in. I know where I need to improve and the goal has been set. Can’t wait till I’m back at peak strength lifting heavy and building more tissue. It’s been an awesome season. One that I will never forget. Time to improve!!!

Pro Tips

Ahead of his recent wedding Michael Boyle out in some quality leg day training at the gym. The Natural Mr. Olympia Master champion underwent a crushing leg training routine which he has used to help put on quality muscle. The coach also gave some great tips on muscle growth that any bodybuilder can use.

Gosia warned me not to be hobbling down the isle next week, so this is my last session pre the wedding.

Feeling really good so attempted 220kg in a couple of compounds this time.

When it’s your good day in the gym, it’s worth testing the water with the next weight you’re aiming for even if it’s just for that one rep on squats or deadlift. Never settle for certain weight, always be looking to make progress.

This off season my aim was 260kg deadlift, 220kg squat and 220 SLDLs and also 220kg x 20 reps for deadlift.

I ticked them all off except the last one.

My few tips for getting sick leg session done:

Get compounds in first before isolation exercises

Stick to the same exercises and work on progression of each

Keep minimum rest time between sets to keep the intensity high

Try getting your session completed as close to an hour as possible

Remember you grow outside of the gym, so appreciate recovery (non-training) days.

It’s clear that Mike Boyle has a pretty quality formula. Through his coaching many have been able to lose weight as well as build quality muscle. These words of wisdom could very well help all fitness and bodybuilding enthusiasts make some solid gains.

What do you think of Mike Boyle and his muscle building tips?

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News and Editorial Writer at Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.

Managing editor of Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. He has been writing about bodybuilding, combat sports, and strength sports for over 8 years. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.