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The BIG ifference between your Training and a Bodybuilders.

11 July 2011 7 Comments

Just a quick headsup.

I just want to give you a quick break down of what the lifestyle of a Bodybuilder actually is.  Anyone who googles ways to find out how to get huge and take this product or that product, workout this way add this to your day.  Its all complete Garbage. 

What you need to do to get the real ripped huge physique, is to one be in the gym 3x a day, eating 6 to 9 meals a day, taking in Growth Hormone and Anabolic Steroids.  This is it. 

When the typical person goes to the gym trying to get into shape, you go in there for 45 minutes to 90 minutes doing one body part, maybe some cardio and that is your day.  You may get 8hrs of sleep a night and you may eat sort of healthy.

A Bodybuilder typically spends around 50,000$ a year on Anabolic Steroids alone, so your 500mg to 1000mg cycles probley are not on key to there 2500mg cycles or more.   When a Bodybuilder starts there day they are up at 5am, They have a meal that is roughly around 800 calories and atleast 50 to 100 grams of protein. Then they are off to the gym for 2hrs, working there back pushing as far as they can go.  They return back to there home, in which they will take in 2 to 3 more meals over the next few hrs, and return back to the gym, to work on there back yet again, the same routine.  Return home rest and eat another few meals, and return to the gym to do atleast 1 hr of cardio.   They then again go home take in another meal, go to bed by 8 or 9pm wake up at 2am to drink a protein shake and a meal and go back to bed to do it all over again the very next day.  This is not including steroids, the steroids are run year round, so off time is low and the cycle will last 20 or more weeks.

Take this into consideration when you are back in the gym thinking you are doing everything you can but are not acheiveing results, because you probley are not.  Eating and Training are the most important parts of your day.  Yes you can over train but you are not going to over train your body working the same muscle out 2x a day naturally, you work your legs all day everyday walking around there not going to get smaller if you gain weight and you are carrying more weight around, your legs are going to get bigger to adjustt to beable to carry that weight around.   Workout and Eat, sleep and you will get the great reaults that you want.

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7 Comments »

  • Angelo said:

    You couldn’t have said it any better then that.

  • Classic Bodybuilding said:

    This is the reason why you should check out natural weight loss, which is actually an effective and a really cool way to reduce your body weight in a natural way, which should be a no-brainer for most of you as that is precisely why it is called the natural weight loss process.

  • Lagartizscha said:

    This article should be published on all bodybuilding websites.
    Great article!

  • Real Deal said:

    How can I believe someone on this subject, whose grammar is not correct?

    Plus, I personally know a couple IFBB pros, and they do NOT train the same muscle 2x in one day. Just saying, :).

  • musclesprod said:

    Well i try to do my best with the time i get each day. I am sorry about my Grammar. But i also no some pros and have seen it work. Its true because of the amount of steroids they take they can handle the training. Look at tren at 100mg EOD. You gain incredible results, now imagine the 600mg the pros use and more.

  • Muscle Building and Muscle Gain said:

    Great article.

    I like how you point the key differences between a regular lifting versus a professional bodybuilder.

    It helps keep people in perspective. The life of a professional bodybuilder may not be all that glamorous, their days consist of pretty much eating, working out, resting, eating, working out, and sleep.

    Then they wake up the next day, and carry out the same day as the previous.

    May not be the lifestyle of most people. It takes discipline and passion to pursue that route.

    Thanks for sharing!

  • jared szczesny said:

    50k / yr on steroids? That is the Dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. And “there,” is not possessive, the correct word is “their.” How am I supposed to believe you know how to research (read) when you can barely write ……or would it make more sense if I said, barely right? Anyway, there are no facts here, while everyone should be aware that steroids are a huge part of the bodybuilding (AND ALL SPORTS INCLUDING OLYMPICS,) we should, also, be aware of close minded, biased, and simply INCORRECT, articles like this which seem to have no motive or advice except that jealousy and envy make you look dumb, and immature.

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