When I first signed up for the gym, my instructor let me in on the golden rule of bodybuilding: there’s no muscle without sweat, discipline and commitment to the workout program. However, as time went by, I learned that exercise is just one aspect of good shape and overall health: diet and recovery time also play a major role in fitness results. Dietary supplements were the final block in my gym quest: these considerably improved my performance, but it took me some experimenting to pick up the right bottle for my individual workout goals.
The fitness industry propagates scams and myths, like the supplements they say you need to get strong. Most certifications are just money making rackets that don't give you real world experience or expertise.
Building muscle mass doesn’t come easy for most people. In addition to putting in hard work at the gym, you must also maintain the right diet. Of particular importance is protein. However, most people are uninformed regarding the issue. They either don’t get enough of the nutrient, or they run to the store and buy the first container of whey they can find. How can you get the appropriate amount of protein from the appropriate sources?
The first time I entered the ketogenic nutrition program, I wasn’t aware of its shortcomings as related to my workouts routine and results. Everything I learned I did in a hard way, picking the nuggets of truth as I went along.How does it Work?