Can u build muscle without steroids

4 Star Review on "Can U Build Muscle With Bodyweight Exercises" : I liked this book. It is easy to read and is laid out in a straight forward way. Some may finds the author's word sketch of his achievements a bit full on, but as Mohammed Ali once said, "It ain't boasting if you can do it!". The author sets out a lot of commonsense about nutrition, exercise and fitness in general, but... He also talks in this means is that the book is fine for those who are seeking guidance of a general nature on how to achieve meaningful results from a exercise program without having to spend huge amounts on gym memberships, expensive equipment, or the latest fad on the shopping for those readers who already have a sound technical knowledge of physiology, human movement, nutrition and anatomy, some of the generalities are liable to irritate. As such a person, I was determined to set aside irritations such as the author's advice about water, which tends to conflict with the latest research. It is not that the advice is wrong, but rather is dated. That said, I am sure that when the author looks at putting out the 2nd edition, he will include the latest research. While I'm at it, I hope that the author changes the cover graphic for the 2nd edition. The current 'shirt-off' personal image is not a picture of my 60 year old "own gym" and therefore runs the risk of putting some potential purchasers off buying the worthwhile messages inside the cover. Perhaps the next edition might have cover images of a range of different "own gyms" to appeal to the broad audience who will benefit from its book did provide me with what I was looking for, and that was advice on body weight exercises. I wanted to expand my knowledge in that area, as I adjust my exercise regimen to meet the changes in my body brought on by my advancing years. I can no longer squat 300kg, so I won't try. That is where the book comes into its own by giving me testing but doable exercises to replace those from my long past days as a power book does contain information that I already knew, but I expected that. The author was not writing for me, but for a broad audience and in my opinion he was done a good job at meeting the needs of that audience. You will find quite a bit of BS on the fitness shelves of your local bookshop, as well as online. This book is not BS. It contains good general commonsense and is certainly worth the modest price you will pay for it on Amazon.

It is possible to build size with a light 10 lbs dumbbell. All exercise is useful, BUT its the way you perform them that counts. Bobby Pandour allegedly only used light dumbells and was constantly tensing his muscles. The point seems to be that YOU must also tense your muscles HARD throughout an exercise (every exercise, even free hand squats) AND perform each rep SLOWLY while doing about 12 to 20 reps per set, work up to about 5-10 sets per bodypart over 4-5 weeks. Try it yourself (it’s all about self experimentation – what works best for you).

– your recommandation on daily need of protein is not very accurate, since 1- your are confusing kilograms and pounds, 2- your recommandation per Kg is very high.
1- you multiply LBS with a daily consumption per KG: as a result the daily consumption for a 190 pounder guy is of 270 g of proteins, which is quite ridiculous… it means eating more than one kilogram of beef a day, or 2,5 Kgs of eggs, namely 30 eggs a day ! 🙂
2- you suggest /Kg, which seems to be your personnal recommandation, how do you make it? It can be much lower for some people (/Kg), and much higher if you are a big runner (2g/Kg), all this depends of your activity.

Great, great article. I’ve got a few questions, however. I’ve been lifting now for about 5 years, and really only a month or so have been SMART training (diet in check by tracking, progressive overloading in the 4-6 rep range, essentially following BLS) and have made substantial progress on cutting. Does this mean I’m technically a beginner by these terms, being that I’ve trained for years but only recently started becoming fully educated? Should I be cutting first? My plan was (starting at ~15% BF) to get down to about 8 or 9 (I am roughly 11-12% now). Should I be cutting that low, or bulk earlier to cash in on “genetic potential”?
Thanks
Matt

Can u build muscle without steroids

can u build muscle without steroids

Great, great article. I’ve got a few questions, however. I’ve been lifting now for about 5 years, and really only a month or so have been SMART training (diet in check by tracking, progressive overloading in the 4-6 rep range, essentially following BLS) and have made substantial progress on cutting. Does this mean I’m technically a beginner by these terms, being that I’ve trained for years but only recently started becoming fully educated? Should I be cutting first? My plan was (starting at ~15% BF) to get down to about 8 or 9 (I am roughly 11-12% now). Should I be cutting that low, or bulk earlier to cash in on “genetic potential”?
Thanks
Matt

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