Thursday, March 6, 2008

Underground Mass Body Building Secrets!

It never fails to amaze me that so many beginning and intermediate body builders I meet in the gym, as well meaning and dedicated as they may be, are for the most part spinning their wheels. The key to becoming bigger, in their minds anyway, seems to be some "magical" combination of just the right supplements...

"If I stack creatine with glutamine, and take tribulis with that new No2 "vasoldilator" and Methoxy 7, will I get big fast?"

The answer, I try to explain, is that real growth is tied in an intrinsic fashion to 3 very important things -- training, nutrition, and rest. There's no doubt that some select supplements can play an important role in the development of a bigger physique, but without a good basis in the above mentioned 3 foundational elements, they serve little purpose other than to lighten your wallet.

The thing is...
A little knowledge, a good program, and good dose of dedication can make your body building progress in leaps and bounds.. and ensure the time you do spend in the gym helps you move ahead, and keeps you from "spinning your wheels". In short, body building is a lot more than trial and error, or getting to the gym 4 times a week -- it's planning and execution. I don't need to tell you that without a plan, you can't execute, right?

And that's where James Jordan's new Underground BodyBuilding Secrets body building program comes in...

James is a personal trainer, who' s been involved in managing the Gold's gym in Calgary, Alberta, as well as designing all the training programs for the franchise (he's also trained 1,000's of clients himself personally). It's not surprising, therefore, that he really knows his stuff...

2 comments:

Health Freak said...

This is some good advice. Listen to it people! I even sell bodybuilding nutritional supplements, but supplements are exactly that...a supplement to your diet. The very first thing you have to do is get your diet right. It is 80% of the battle. Once you have that aquared away and been working out for a while, then get into some supplements to take it to a higher level. Good advice on this blog. Heep up the good work.

soni2006 said...

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