Best Bodybuilding Supplements!!!

Best Bodybuilding Supplements!!!


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The days when body builders took steroids to boost their muscle mass have long gone, and those who attempt to use anabolic steroids in an attempt to get a competitive edge run a very high risk of being caught and stripped of any titles they have won and some would say that being caught is inevitable.

So how, then, do body builders manage to build such huge muscles that seem far larger than those of other professional athletes? Is it because they spend so long in the gym and are very dedicated? Well, yes, body builders have to have great dedication, but they also take supplements. These supplements are 100% legal and don’t have the nasty side effects of the old anabolic steroids, such as “roid rage”. You will find several products that are designed to boost your body’s levels of anabolic hormones or are describes as having an anabolic effect.

Unlike the old illegal steroids, these bodybuilding supplements do not add any hormones into your system. Instead, these supplements stimulate your body so it produces more of its own androgens and testosterone and the male hormones that enable bulky muscles to be laid down on the skeletal frame. Some of these body building supplements increase energy levels as well and common ones include creatine, BCAA or Branched Chain Amino Acid,  and ZMA (which is a combination of zinc and magnesium, both of which are vital in testosterone production). These supplements are either used singly or in a stack or combination of several products. Some lines of body building supplements include products that come ready stacked for ease of use and to see some examples of common pre-prepared stacks. 

Of course, that’s not all. Muscles aren’t built of air. All body builders take protein supplements and eat a very high protein diet. When building muscle mass and this advice works for those who want to look a bit more toned or bulk up, as well as for those who want competition-level muscle bulk and taking a high protein supplement, usually in a shake or as a bar, is essential. This protein should be taken in combination with a small amount of glucose. The powder type of bodybuilding supplement is particularly handy for increasing the amount of protein in the diet, which all bodybuilders do.

Casting a glance over a discount supplier of these supplements, you can see that the protein supplements available to bodybuilders (and others) come from a range of different sources. Dairy-sourced protein supplements are the most commonly seen, with whey a popular choice, closely followed by casein (casein, just in case you were wondering, comes from the curds in the combination enjoyed by the legendary Miss Muffett before the spider arrived: curds & whey). Egg protein is also very popular and is suitable for those with dairy intolerance. Egg protein is sourced either from the whole egg or from the egg white only (just as an aside, powdered egg protein is also used in tree plantations and it’s applied to young trees to deter rabbits and hares from nibbling on them). And for vegetarians, soy protein supplements are also easy to find.

Other supplements that are commonly marketed as bodybuilding supplements but can be taken by anyone include multivitamin tablets and diet pills, especially the types of pill that increase energy levels and/or the metabolism, as this not only strips away excess fat (no point in having a really ripped torso and abs if those abs are buried beneath a spare tyre) but also supplies the extra stamina needed for the gym sessions (an hour or more) needed to build serious bulk.

Here are some of my supplements list that I have been taking for a while.

Protein powder – https://goo.gl/WqaWuH

BCAA powder – https://goo.gl/fKAZCC

Creatine powder – https://goo.gl/QotTiL 

Omega 3/Fish Oil – https://goo.gl/1g01Kx

Turmeric Curcumin – https://goo.gl/yaDplT

Multivitamins – https://goo.gl/S2s0dc

Vitamin D3 – https://goo.gl/rERBww

Joint Supplements – https://goo.gl/rcBmdZ

I also create my own preworkout Ingredients. If you want to see those just simply visit my youtube channel account. Then, click one of my video and scroll down at my video comment box then click show more at the bottom and you will see like this;

Here you go I hope this is helpful and until next time friends! 




















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hope this is helpful guys! Let me know your thoughts on the comment box below and I will see you again soon! -RJ


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