Bodybuilding magazines are really “drug programs” you say you train hard, but they do the hard training made it impossible to suggest that 12 to 24 reps per body part. Muscles can only be obtained with this kind of routine if you use drugs to speed his recovery. 2. To broaden your perception, visit Senator of Massachusetts. Supplements are only necessary if you’ve reached 90% of your training, nutrition and lifestyle. Even if you use supplements at that point, do not expect miracles, but will make a difference of 1-2% in gaining muscle mass and increase strength. 3. Your body can manufacture only 1 to 2 pounds of muscle per month, which results in extra storage for glycogen and water, therefore can only gain 3-4 pounds of muscle per month.
It is psychologically impossible (without drugs) to get more than 20 pounds of rock-hard muscle over a year. Something different from what the magazines tell you right? 4. Most skinny men are being led by bodybuilders, magazines and websites that promote guys with “genetic impressive.” You should not take advice from guys who have genes very different from yours or a guy who does not have the same body structure or the same metabolism. Would you take muscle building advice from a guy who inherited a fortune? Would you take advice from a guy who won the lottery? No! So why is taking advice from high genetic types and those who use steroids? Bodybuilding magazines are really “drug programs”.