Important facts to keep in mind for keeping body building natural
Please note, that none of this should be taken as medical advice and you should always seek proper medical care and advice.
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Body Building is intensely physically demanding.
Anyone who takes on a body building regime will know ideally before they start, but will be absolutely certain once they have started, that much of the work involved will come outside of the gym, with the requirement to keep your body in a condition where you can train in a sustainable, effective manner.
Keeping body building natural outside the gym
There is no point going for it with all guns blazing in the gym if, once you are back on the outside, you go straight for a burger and a beer. This will merely undo the good work you have been doing.
Often, people feel that they can defy nature by lifting weights and bench pressing during the day, going for fast food at night, and taking supplements to make up for a less than perfect diet.
These people are invariably in for a big surprise when their efforts in the weights room end up with them hitting the mother of all walls.
It’s quite simple to explain why this happens, though. Dietary supplements are all well and good, but they do not undo the bad work done by unhealthy food.
Food for keeping body building natural
- lean meat, eggs and cottage cheese for protein
- potatoes, pasta and rice for carbohydrates
- and fresh vegetables for the many nutrients they contain
This is by far and away the best way of keeping a sustainable regime going. It will also mean that when you really want to go for a beer and a burger, you can do it without it having a serious negative impact.
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