- September 29, 2021
“Bodybuilding Supplements and some explanations about them” according to Mahdi Farshidinasab, an Iranian athlete and bodybuilder
It’s so unlikely that a bodybuilding supplement has the same results for everyone. Some supplements are very effective for some…
It’s so unlikely that a bodybuilding supplement has the same results for everyone. Some supplements are very effective for some people while for others it doesn’t have the desired result.
On the other hand, there might be a supplement that doesn’t make you feel good. Also, you might have an allergy to some special supplements. Accordingly, to give you professional advice, in each phase of your sports program only add one supplement to your diet. In this case, you exactly know which supplement suits you and if you get any problem with any of them, you can stop consuming it.
If you think that you can have a better lifestyle and build muscles merely with supplements and no exercise, so you are wrong. Supplements are harmful if:
You don’t have enough physical activities and workouts.
Your activities are limited to running and walking daily and you don’t lift weights (or doing other bodybuilding exercises).
You don’t have a clear diet and eat anything you want.
You have some medical issues.
Setting goals before choosing a bodybuilding supplement
Why do you want to consume a bodybuilding supplement? If your answer is to reduce your workouts and to get rid of diet, supplements don’t suit you.
For example, people who claim that they are not interested in eating vegetables and fruits and instead they use multivitamins tablets are taking the wrong way.
Supplements are effective for people with a reasonable diet and regular sports programs.
These people use bodybuilding supplements along with their realistic plans. They know that bodybuilding supplements are not going to work a miracle, but improving their progressing rate.
If it is possible to reach your goals in sport in a natural way with exercising and not using supplements, of course, this would be a preference.
Mahdi Farshidinasab, born on the 31st of July 1986 in Iran, and currently, lives in Australia.