Building muscle is challenging at the best of times, it takes passion determination and most of all consistency. There are people who are always looking for different methods to speed up the process to build muscle or make the process easier; they then turn to methods that can be seriously harmful to their health. Always look at safe ways to building muscle and your first step is to learn about nutrition and supplementation.
Let me tell you from the onset you will not build muscle overnight! If that disappoints you then take up Badminton! My son said to me just yesterday that he had a friend who had been training 3 weeks and hadn’t seen any change. Did he honestly think he would? The problem we have is that we have main stream magazines claiming all sorts of promises about building muscle fast! ‘’Take this and get a six pack in 6 weeks’’ its total baloney. Surely you’re more intelligent than to believe that!
I went to a meeting with a well-known supplement company yesterday we sat in a room, and I said to him that his product didn’t sell that well in my shop, and it also tasted like soap, hence I was throwing it out. The MD turned around to me and said it’s not about the product it’s about marketing! I nearly fell from my chair! In my book it’s not about the marketing it’s about the product.
Ok so let’s get down to it simply, bodybuilding supplements can and will improve your muscle growth along with regular resistance training and a proper thought out bodybuilding diet. Just to bear in mind if supplements aren’t used in a proper manner they could do more harm than good, this is why I would always suggest to walk into your nearest supplement shop and get some good valuable information. Your more likely to walk out with the product you need than buying something because some magazine said its going to make you massive in a few weeks!!
In saying that buy from places like Holland and Barret at your peril! Tell me what a young girl knows about supplements? You might get lucky and get a young girl or young lad who is an athlete in his spare timebut I doubt it! Make smart choices!
So follow some simple guide lines before buying supplementation or taking up bodybuilding as a hobby.
Learn about your diet.
Go to your nearest supplement store. Locally owned ones are usually better as these guys have already done it!
Do some research. Not in glossy magazines they will confuse the hell out of you.
Ask friends or relatives.
Hire a good personal trainer for a few sessions, they don’t cost that much and will be well worth it for the knowledge you will gain. Once again a good supplement shop will give you advice on a good PT tailored to your needs.