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Secret Techniques for Feed the Muscle

To successfully navigate through today’s jungle of misleading and
conflicting information, you're going to have to become a very shrewd and
discriminating consumer. I’d like to help you do that.

You need supplements to lose fat:
Exercise, nutrition and the proper mental attitude (self-image) are the only things you need to lose fat permanently. Supplements are not necessary.
Some basic supplements are helpful for “nutritional insurance,” and some supplements can help speed up the fat loss process a little, but not nearly as much as the advertising may have been led you to believe.
Even supplements that have been proven effective are only responsible for a small fraction of the results you achieve. Based on 20 years of experience in bodybuilding and fitness, I believe that at least 97% of your results will come from good training and good nutrition. If most of your results come from nutrition and training, then why would you
chase after that last 3% “edge” if you haven’t even maximized the first 97%? Isn’t that approach completely backwards?

Believe it or not, advanced trainees, competitive bodybuilders or athletes
will probably benefit more from using supplements than beginners. High-
Copyright 2003, Fitness Renaissance. level athletes are more likely to have "maxed-out” their training and nutrition programs. Their diets are impeccable. Their training is intense. Their
discipline is unwavering.
Once you've reached a high level of development from intelligent, intense,
methodical training and quality nutrition, and the closer you get to your
ultimate genetic potential, the slower your progress will become. Progress
can and will continue indefinitely, but as you reach higher levels of
achievement, this is when supplements and other “minor” details make the
most difference.
In world-class athletics, competitions can be won or lost by hundredths of a
second, a tenth of a point, a fraction of a pound, or a single judge’s opinion.
The extra 3% that supplements might provide could be the difference
between winning and losing.
Now look at the average beginner or intermediate: They're still eating junk
foods and skipping meals. They're not even working out consistently. And
what do they do FIRST? You guessed it; they immediately run out
searching for a "shortcut" in the form of a pill or powder.
It's a shame that so many people look for easy ways instead of making the
effort to learn how to eat and train better.

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