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Muscle Flexibility Supplements
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Hard work: Glad you train. For bulk, it's few reps at the heaviest weight you can handle. Creatine and (if ok with your physician) an electronic muscle stimulator actually work; the "supplements" are unlikely to do much good. For definition ("ripped"), it's reprogramming yourself to eat only when are truly hungry & shun greasy & sugary stuff & do a lot of cardio. Doubt mr. Jackman uses supplements. ...Read more
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Nothing!: Aside from extra-protein in the form of whey, nothing will get you what you want than vigorous exercise! ...Read more
You can't. Need --: -requires hard work for core strength. Also you have to take into consideration your genetics. This may be able to be obtained but many be covered by a layer of fat, so it will be hidden. ...Read more
All of the above!:
Using all of the above mentioned, along with a trainer, to guide you, will help.
Good luck. ...Read more
There are none: Supplements are exactly what they are, supplements. The best way to lose fat and to gain muscle is to incorporate an exercise program that will work the entire body, which includes weight lifting, some kind of aerobic exercises and be consistent. The next part which is equally important is one's nutrition. Taking the proper amount of protein, carbohydrates, and fat is the answer. ...Read more
Doesn't exactly: Work that way. Reducing fat % and increasing muscle % will require work on your part. ...Read more
I am 21, I have a plan to gain muscle is it advisable to use supplements in my diet? I am spending 60 min daily in gym
I'm thin guy. My height is 5.7' and weight is 53kg. I going to the gym. What is the ideal supplement to gain my muscles and weight?
Since, I am not a:
Big proponent of some of these supplements; I will instead provide info about foods that can help. Eat healthy foods
that are high in calories. Eat six meals per day. Work on strength training to build your large muscle groups. Work out w heavier weights w fewer repetitions. Sleep at least 8 to 9 hours/night. Hydrate well w water. Foods to help w healthy weight gain: almonds, cashews, pecans, >. ...Read more
Sir have used some supplements for muscle gains for 1yr and now it has been 2yrs I habe not used them. They are still in my body??
Probably not: Supplements could mean anything, and unfortunately, may include ingredients that are not on the label, or may not even have the labeled ingredients nor the labeled amounts of said ingredients. Without knowing what ingredients were taken, one can guess that "supplements" don't stay in the body for more than a few days, or at most a month or two. After 2 years, one can safely presume they are gone. ...Read more
Creatine: It is the one supplement that will help you considerably with making the muscles that you work grow rapidly. Most other supplements are of little or no value; especially, you do yourself a disservice to use a "fat burner" instead of exercise and diet. Every ordinary guy I know who's tried Anabolic steroids has been sorry. Glad you're lifting -- enjoy. ...Read more
Creatine: It's safe and it works if you are doing resistance training and eating plenty of protein. I hope you will not try Anabolic steroids -- though they work, most users who are not members of the extreme bodybuilding culture are very sorry in the long run. The others are probably ineffective. ...Read more
Adequate protein in-: -Ur diet may B all you need. Watch your dietary intake of protein, your need 50gms/day if you R on a weight training program, you may need a supplementing, whey protein is what I use. Read the label and Google the additives to see what they are. Take a pic using Ur phone, and study the ingredients before you buy. ...Read more
Depends: You want to be sure you know what's in your supplements. "protein health shakes" at the gym may be laced with anabolic steroids, which carry risks that are well-known -- the most predictable being increased aggressiveness that can land you in jail or worse. Creatine and protein powder are far safer; expensive "vitamins" are a waste of your money. Most women prefer natural muscle. Good luck. ...Read more
Not a problem: Depend what kinds and how much, usually it is safe but for a healthy child with balance diet containing protein, there is not need for this form of artificial nutrition, It can harm you kidney if ingest to much and causes renal stone due to high protein content, chicken and fish are better protein source and safer ...Read more
It will, but not without any work on your end. Creatine can help facilitate greater muscle building but only when the two most important aspects of muscle building are also present: workouts that stress the muscles, and protein consumption.
Aim for higher weight and lower reps on bigger muscle groups (deadlifts, squats, bench press. Consume 30-50 grams of protein split before and after workout. ...Read more
Fitness: This is a good question. The answer to what you almost certainly want isn't going to be found in food, but in continued involvement with an aerobic fitness activity that you enjoy along with a healthy diet. You're almost a grown man. Very few men want to gain fat, and this is an important time in your life not to put on fat for the sake of your later health. ...Read more
A dietary supplement, also known as food supplement or nutritional supplement, is a preparation intended to supplement the diet and provide nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, fiber, fatty acids, or amino acids, that may be missing or may not be consumed in sufficient quantities in a person's diet. Some countries define dietary supplements as foods, while ...Read more