Steroids maybe? Look, I think a lot of supplements confer some benefits and in conjunction with good diet and training you'll of course see great results but it then becomes hard to separate the main casual agent in it all. I personally felt I had improved recovery while taking eas's betagen but the cost made it not worthwhile for what I want.Quote:
How come only body builders who follow exact regimens of supplements and diets are physically, larger and stronger than those who are all natural?
As far as articles about supplements do a search here for the poster "FingerOrMoon" and the subject creatine. He's got scientific articles, from reputable sources coming out of his ears. The bulk of sci. evidence seems to refute much in the way of advertised benefits, those that don't show close links to manufacturers, itís a case of good marketing and a questionable product, which is what this site is about in many ways.
Iím actually a proponent of some supplementation (particularly protein as it can help remedy certain diet choice issues Iíll otherwise make) but feel that opposing views help provide a more balanced perspective, that is why I wanted a certain individual to post.
As far as your trainer goes you are obviously a far more lucky or wealthier individual than I. All the trainers at any of the gyms Iíve been to have been less than knowledgeable and simply crank out the chainís fitness program which while probably good for newly working out folks is inefficient for those whoíve been working out for long. The fallback position for any of these trainers is to recite the latest fad workout from muscle and fitness but have no idea about human physiology. With only a smattering of physio, nutrition and biochemistry from undergraduate study I can figure out more than they know. Of course they all juice and then starve themselves for bodybuilding comps so who would listen to me?
My single chopstick is bad at serving soup, cutting steaks and basting roasts and chickens. Besides that it owns.