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Can only dream #summer #summerbody #zyzz #aesthetic ...

Can only dream #summer #summerbody #zyzz #aesthetic ... | Basics of Body Building | Scoop.it
... #shredded #protein #carbs #muscle #strength #bodyfat #creatine #power #strong #gym #motivation #transformation #bodybuilding #fitness #health #cutting #era #lifting #weightlifting #sixpack #abs #instadaily #instagood ...
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This isn't really an article but it is pretty inspiring and very cute. I just kinda enoyed it!

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BLOG 4: Misconceptions with supplementing with Creatine products ...

BLOG 4: Misconceptions with supplementing with Creatine products ... | Basics of Body Building | Scoop.it
Now back to misconceptions and individuals who I know that are not too fond of creatine. I remember when I would discuss protein and supplement products in general with my friend, a lifter who has 12 years experience.
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This was a helpful article. Whenever people talk about creatine, they talk bad about it. But thats because not many people are informed on what it actually is. It is a natural substance that keeps your ATP full. The ATP is what controls the body's energy. There are many benefits of creatine such as weight gain, enhances muscles mass and strength, increased power output from the energy, and enhanced recovery after exercise. I started taking it so I trust this article and will follow the suggestions of 3-5g per day.

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Creatine Supplements: Where does phenibut fit in? | The Nootropics ...

Creatine Supplements: Where does phenibut fit in? | The Nootropics ... | Basics of Body Building | Scoop.it
Although for all-out efforts lasting a meager three to five seconds – think weight lifting, or football tackles, we can't breathe in enough oxygen to produce the amount ATP we need. Here is where creatine comes into act.
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This article was very good because it was not biased at all. He told you everything he knew about creatine, how to take it, why it might not be the best, and how it works. I learned a lot more about the product from this article and I am a little more aware of what it does. I liked how it said many body builders have used it and saw major muscle gains from it. I didn't like how it was compared to a steroid because thats a little extreme.

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Build muscle: the skinny on how to bulk up - Health24.com

Build muscle: the skinny on how to bulk up - Health24.com | Basics of Body Building | Scoop.it
Build muscle: the skinny on how to bulk up
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Knowing what you're capable of is key, because you'll need to lift about 50 – 60% repetitively to add bulk.
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Kyle Graff's comment, May 29, 2013 3:36 PM
Eat, eat, and eat more was a section I liked a lot. I am a person that doesn't eat as much as I should. I need 15-20% more calories than I usually eat per day when trying to gain muscle, but these shouldn't be bad calories. They should be protein or carbs. Things that your body can break down easily.