Naturally Build Muscle Without Expensive Supplements
When it comes to building muscle I can say with
confidence that most of us are aware of the thousands
of supplements and muscle building products lining
store shelves that are literally thrown at us
with hyped up marketing ads. Every year billions
of dollars are spent on muscle building supplements
and still every year more and more people are
looking for the answer to building muscle.
The problem with a lot of these supplements is
that 90% of them are garbage and really only give
you enough results to keep you coming back for
more. In the end with most supplements you are
just filing the pockets of an already filthy rich
industry. The truth of the matter is that science
tells us that you do not need all kinds of supplements
in order to build a massive amount of muscle.
Now when it comes to supplements as I stated
earlier 90% of them are garbage. There are however
some supplements that I would definitely recommend
using. The first is a good protein powder this
is a basic part of building muscle and can be
a very helpful supplement when you need to boost
your protein intake.
The second supplement that I would recommend
taking is a good multi-vitamin. Multi-vitamins
work to restore all of your lost minerals, nutrients
and vitamins within your body that have been lost
to exercise and everyday activities.
Lastly I would recommend using creatine. Now
this one is not necessary at all, but the reason
I recommend it is that I have personally found
it to help recovery time, and to add some good
mass onto my body.
Based on the science of your muscles and how
they work, in order to build muscle you have to
force your muscle to want to grow. This is done
by subjecting them to progressive overload. This
basically means that every time you workout you
will have to increase the workload done by your
muscles. In doing this you are forcing them to
constantly do more work than they are used to,
which means that they will be forced to grow in
order to adapt to the new workload.
So basically put as long as you are getting enough
food to allow your body to have a surplus at the
end of the day, and your taking in the proper
nutrients your body needs, and you are subjecting
your muscles to progressive overload then you
will undoubtedly start gaining muscle mass.