It will help you release up to 87 percent more muscle and boost your bench press performance by up to 35%. Long story short, whey protein provides high-quality protein for the body to build more muscle fibers. And creatine encourages the muscles to release energy, helping them perform better in more intense workouts.
Granted, supplements can’t become an alternative to your diet, but where food doesn’t get it, \’good\,’ chemistry arrives. And we are not talking about anabolic or doping substances, but rather about those supplements that, taken in the correct dose, can help you reach your goals sooner and improve your performance in the gym.
In such particular cases, I believe that I should not offer advice except that you go to a doctor so that he can personally evaluate your case and can propose a correct diet. Regarding the number of days, the usual thing is that you train all muscle groups during the weeks.
Some people train for 3 days, and others for 5 or 6. You are always depending on the demand and how you distribute the practices according to the time of each session. No one better than a personal trainer to schedule a routine and planning.
Hello, good afternoon. I would like to know the backlink to get me to subscribe now that all the information they manage to bring to an end interests me. I don’t take any supplements when it comes to vitamins, but I know people who do, and they do well. I do not have references for now, but if I find out something in the conditions, I will inform you.
The truth is that I have never taken any supplements, but I think that I need them since it is difficult for me to continue a diet due to my work and occupations.
I mix it with water since it is monohydrated, and in this way, I avoid the digestion process with which it is assimilated much faster. As for muscle groups, I train 2 a day, although many formulas depend on the objectives, number of days, etc.
I don’t think there are any contraindications due to your age. Be consistent and responsible when training. The most important thing is the diet; it is the basis for starting to take steps toward your goal.
At the end of the season, you can opt for l-carnitine-type supplementation, a fat burner. If you take them in weeks where you increase cardio, they tend to see much greater effects. What I would recommend is that you combine soccer training with 2 or 3 hypertrophy sessions in the gym.
Separate yourself from unbalanced diets that guarantee you lose kilos and kilograms for days or weeks. My advice is that you know what your purpose is, and once you know it, learn the steps to achieve it… without rushing.
It is not a punctual sacrifice to return to the old ways and recover the lost kilos x2 or x3… that happens. Thanks for your feedback… when it comes to protein, you’re doing fine as long as you take the full day-to-day dose you need.
I take creatine at the muscular level to recover and train with greater demand. I usually take it a few times in the season, for 8 weeks each. I don’t know of cases in my environment where taking creatine has led to consecutive results like the ones you mentioned.
Try other manufacturers; it is possible that the one you have taken is a mixture of other supplements or substances that have generated these effects. Regarding how much is concerned, the usual is 2 to 5gr daily, depending on the phases.
Essential fatty acids
Hector, the idea is that you take one or a good combo that helps you achieve the results you want to see all of the above as long as you have now changed your eating habits and are training regularly. I would like to know if you can help me. I want to buy ISO 100 protein, but I don’t know if you know of any page where I can get it online that is not pirated, I am in Mexico, DF. Good day, Ramses; with the combination of both, you can get great results with a good diet.
Use the mutant mass supplements to boost the results you’ve been achieving. It is known that high carbohydrates in the diet (around 55-60% of total macronutrients) give a higher sports performance than those diets with lower levels of carbohydrates.
I cannot offer references for the “animal pak” and “animal cuts” because I have not taken them. Regarding the definition, we would now enter the training phases throughout the season. I don’t know if you have made an annual schedule with your coach… in my case, in the last 3 months of the season, we varied the training loads and increased the cardio to enter the definition phase.
In the last 4 weeks, in addition to this, we included l-carnitine to improve fat burning. Look at this stage with your coach and adjust it to your particular case.
A specific question, I take “Nano Vapor” from Muscletech as a pre-workout, and while I train the “amino build” from music tech and when I finish the “masstech” from Muscletech, my question is if taking them together is it recommendable? My goal is to gain mass and gain weight. Currently, I weigh 68 kilograms, and I measure 1.76, Thank you.
Thanks for your comment and for telling your story. In cases like this, I would advise you to contact a professional, either a personal trainer or nutritionist, so that they can see your case in person. Each one of them is as it is, and the general advice has the possibility of helping many but being counterproductive for another. Regarding the exercise routine, their intensity is also very important, and you reach the limit in strength.