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Supplements you need.Just another quick opinion of mine - creatine is crap. Just adds water weight, in my experience.
Can you link the study that supports what you said?MFRs of creatine probably prefer the myth that it destroys the liver. Makes it seem like the product is actually doing something.
If creatine destroys the liver, then they should make anabolic steroids legal.
I mean I think it is counterproductive to promote ideas as fact based on anecdotal evidence. The OP came in here asking a specific question about supplements and by claiming creatine is useless and furthermore harmful (which is true by not drinking enough water) is not helpful at all.
Good stuff for nutrition.Yes. I'll take his word for it.
I'd love to be this guy's personal assistant, serving him and being exposed to that masculine energy.
Once again, another bodybuilder saying nutrition is almost more important than the weightlifting.
You'll achieve and maintain your goals. I'm revived after this 8 days off from work and getting bored of reading and just walking so I'm going to the gym now. I am going for Charity Witt's muscle definition and flatter stomach and waist circumference then I'll readjust for a sleeker more feminine look. But I am so close to what she is now that it gives me confidence knowing its not that much(less than 2 years) to get there.Good stuff for nutrition.
No homo..but I dont think this guy has a n attractive body. I would think most women wouldn't either. I could be wrong on that. I prefer to carry myself in a more athletic body. That guy doesn't move too well. Not hating..just not the look I'm going for. But his tips on eating clean are well taken.
I'm about 162 lbs, 5'10. I'm going for more of a middleweight boxer look. That can move well. I dont want to look like a meathead.
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defo, people get too fixated on supplements imo, good quality calories and consistency with the diet and gym really is all thats needed. fitness supplements will make minimal difference, particularly if diet is sh1t, unless you venture into the dark side, which is a totally different ball game.I don’t use any supplements. Not even protein shakes. Just food, cardio, heavy ass weights, and beer.
I’m 5’7, 170. I stay around 10% body fat. I’m usually the fittest guy in any given room.
I eat protein source such as chicken or fish with lunch and dinner. Snacks are yogurt, nuts, or sardines. Sardines are really cheap and portable enough to go with anything. It’s protein, omega 3, iron, and calcium in a can without the toxicity of tuna.
I agree except when you hit a certain age, you need at least good multi-vitamins with trace minerals and maybe a couple additional supplements in addition to what you're eating if you want to "feel" your best and still have a good physique. It's going to be different per individual but for me, that age was 45.defo, people get too fixated on supplements imo, good quality calories and consistency with the diet and gym really is all thats needed. fitness supplements will make minimal difference, particularly if diet is sh1t, unless you venture into the dark side, which is a totally different ball game.
I used to think multi-vitamins were all the same. The value of them up for debate is definitely real. I already eat healthy but it may supplement any deficiencies I may have so at worst, I'm just spending a few more $ on them. I can only go by how it makes me feel throughout the day and the color of my urine. So far for me, the vitamin that I have been taking have been noticeable to me.Yeah, tbh I take a multi vit each day, but even the value of that is up for debate if you're eating fruit, greens, healthy fats.
More a case of why not, no real damage and minimal outlay.