Bodybuilding Supplements Explained

Choosing the Correct Supplements. Supplements for bodybuilding, brands, buying online, gain, recovery, for men, for women, pre-workout, post work out, and more!

What benefits can I get from taking supplements? Will supplement speed up my progress? What supplements should I take? What is the proper timing for taking supplements?
Many beginning bodybuilders, and even some intermediate and veteran bodybuilders, really struggle with the implementation of supplementation into their lifestyle. This books aims to answer all of these common questions and more.

The book is written in an easy to read and understandable style. In a straight forward, no nonsense fashion, Jon Shelton covers all aspects of Bodybuilding Supplements. The book is full of informative content and answers to your questions – including some you didn’t know you had!

Bodybuilding Supplements Explained

Body Building Supplements

With any program of supplementation, start slow. Build upward from the fundamentals. You will do yourself a tremendous amount of good simply by following the basic rules of nutrient timing described in Chapter 1 along with taking a good multivitamin, whey protein, and some creatine.

Everyone reacts differently to supplements. Learn how your body responds and give it what it needs. Do not “push through” a negative reaction and run the risk of setting yourself back.

And do not fall for the idea that more is better. Less is more when it comes to supplements. This is especially true of stimulants.

The last thing you want is to become so over-dependent on pre-workout products you can barely put one foot in front of the other without your shake. Many of these supplements also cause severe gastrointestinal distress when used to excess. Show More

Jon Shelton

I love to write books about fitness. My books are written for everyone in an easy to read and understandable style. Some of my other titles available on Amazon (and various other book retailers) are “Diet & Nutrition For Bodybuilding” (ISBN 978-0-9896584-0-9) and “Optimum Men’s Health” (ISBN 978-1-941070-75-8)…. and many more to come! Many of my titles are also available for Kindle on Amazon and as digital eBooks from various online retailers.
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Thought book could be comb, spiral or wire-o bound for it really needs to open flat for easier reading, I’d pay more for that 🙂 I totally LOVE! the view on Androgenic-Anabolic Steroids and Steroids for that matter she is totally REAL and more bodybuilders should understand the harmful effect on the heart and body.

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Easy read and contains lots of useful information

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Bodybuilding Supplements Explained

Choosing the Correct Supplements. Supplements for bodybuilding, brands, buying online, gain, recovery, for men, for women, pre-workout, post work out, and more!

With any program of supplementation, start slow. Build upward from the fundamentals. You will do yourself a tremendous amount of good simply by following the basic rules of nutrient timing described in Chapter 1 along with taking a good multivitamin, whey protein, and some creatine.

Everyone reacts differently to supplements. Learn how your body responds and give it what it needs. Do not “push through” a negative reaction and run the risk of setting yourself back.

And do not fall for the idea that more is better. Less is more when it comes to supplements. This is especially true of stimulants.
The last thing you want is to become so over-dependent on pre-workout products you can barely put one foot in front of the other without your shake. Many of these supplements also cause severe gastrointestinal distress when used to excess.

Never lose sight of the influence of supplement industry hype. If a product so sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

The manufacturers are in it for the money — and this is a field where there’s plenty of money to be had. That explains the extremely short product turnover window — often less than 18 months.

Be certain that the information you are receiving is indeed information and not advertising. I have not received any compensation from any supplement manufacturer. There is no industry influence in this text, which is why some people may find it “boring.”

Fantastical claims are indeed entertaining. They meet our need to believe we can reach fantastic often unrealistic goals. But they also represent the all-too-human desire to take shortcuts. No supplement is a magic pill. Nothing takes the place of doing the work. Supplements support training. They don’t replace it.

Although I included a chapter discussing steroids, I am against their use. At the same time, I am realistic enough to know steroids are used and will continue to be used in bodybuilding — and in other sports. Otherwise, Lance Armstrong would not have experienced his public fall from grace.

No matter how you cut it, steroids are illegal and can be extremely dangerous. If you do decide to “juice,” cycle your usage and carefully monitor your health. Do not destroy your body in the name of “perfecting” it.

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