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19 August 2010 5 Comments

Bodybuilding muscle are not achieved over the night or with simple steroids use. Bodybuilding workouts are what makes people gain muscles. Bodybuilding muscles is all about training, nutrition, rest, applying different workout principles and only 10% of steroids use, I will underline correct steroids use not abuse.

Steroids use is a subject apart but all I want to say that only intelligent people who did their homework will succeed in getting bodybuilding muscle with steroids.

Bodybuilding is not really something simple but requires you to think and implement different training and nutrition principles if you want to succeed, you can’t simple think that going 3 times per week and lifting weights will make you look great. If that would be so then majority of people from gym would look great and had muscles but it is not so.

This shall make you think that actually bodybuilding is a science and you must read and learn a lot before getting bodybuilding muscle and success.

Train hard and always learn!

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  • John said:

    Yoy have got to learn from books and others and then find out what works for you.


  • Muscle Building Underground said:

    Your right! Some people think that just by taking steroids, some how your on your way to a “Arnold” type body. Fact is that there is allot of science, discipline, pain and patients involved. Nice job! I’m going to social bookmark this.

  • Jim said:

    you are right bro.

  • Mattie said:

    Great site. Lots of helpful info here. I’m sending it to several friends ans additionally sharing in delicious.

    And of course, thanks for your effort!

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