You should first know that no amount of physical activity can give you your desired body if it is not coupled with bodybuilding nutrition and a total body workout. Actually, it is the bodybuilding nutrition that is the most vital factor in building the best body.
Women’s Weight Training Myth #1 – Weight training makes you bulky.
Due to the fact that women do not and cannot naturally produce as much testosterone (one of the main hormones responsible for increasing muscle size) as males do, it is impossible for a woman to gain huge amounts of muscle mass. Unfortunately, the image that may come to your mind is that of professional female bodybuilders. Most of these women, unfortunately, use anabolic steroids (synthetic testosterone) along with other drugs in order to achieve that high degree of muscularity. Read More
Do want to achieve that cut and defined look with your abs or chest? Or maybe you want to add more mass to your arms and legs, while at the same time burning 20-30 lbs of fat off your frame? Here’s a brief F.A.Q. for this type of situation:
1) Is it possible to achieve both goals?
Many people in the health and fitness industry find it difficult to find the kind of balance where it’s possible to consume enough calories to build muscle mass and at the same time burn fat. In fact, there are proven ways to do this and it’s quite possible to achieve both goals at the same time. Just note that it’s not an easy task.
There is no exercise, supplement, or magic pill method out there that will make you lose 50lbs over night. There may be supplements out there that promote fat-loss, but you also have to make sure your diet and your training regimen are fully in check for these types of fat-loss supplements to work at their maximum potential. Losing fat takes a lot of hard work and discipline. And when I mention discipline, I mean plenty of it! Read More
These days there are so many advertisements usually filled with bogus information trying to persuade you about the latest and greatest fat burner pills available. It’s getting ridiculous. Sure there may be some products out there that work, but the majority of the supplement companies are only out for your dollar and will say anything to get it. Yes, they will say anything to get your money even if they have to lie. What’s the alternative to supplements that will help burn fat you ask? Food is the answer to this.
In order to get the most out of your workouts, and effectively build muscle the most efficient way possible…It would be advisable to eat a meal rich in nutrients hours before a workout. Even if you don’t eat before a workout, you’ll still be able to build muscle, just not as effective. So what foods should you eat you ask? Anything that’s high in carbohydrates! Eating a carbohydrate rich meal hours before a workout will give your body time to digest the nutrients to replenish your glucose levels.