You have been lied with broscience and B.S
Like many other people, I would hit the gym regularly only to see little or no results. Naturally, this leads to frustration and many people eventually quit or turn to steroids or develop unhealthy eating habits. Fortunately, I chose the path of better education, and I started to help people get
great results from training and eating healthy.
Hi I am rahul and as a performance coach with an experience of over 25+ years helping more than 5000+ people the biggest lesson I’ve learned is building a great body just isn’t that complicated.
sure, it requires effort, but the principles are few and simple and if you stick to them, you get the job done
If you’re willing to train for 45 minutes per day, 3 – 5 times per week, and follow a sensible eating plan, you can have a great body that you’re proud of. And if you’re not already a seasoned lifter, you can easily gain 15 – 20 pounds of lean mass in your first 10 – 12 weeks of training
If you’re looking to lose weight, you can lose the same amount in the same period
Why I am here ...
first I want to talk about the broscience and the bs.
A couple decades ago, there wasn’t enough information on exercise and nutrition. These days, with the Internet and magazine racks full of glossed-up magazines featuring chemically enhanced athletes, the workout information market is like a mountain
Somewhere in the dirt are the basic, workable truths—the stuff we’re actually looking for—but they’re greatly out-numbered by the worthless crap.
If you hit the Internet and start participating in health and fitness forums, you’re entering a land ruled by broscience and stupidity, where it’s almost impossible to sort out what’s true and workable, and what’s not. Even on YouTube you ll find several channels giving stupid advice not even backed up by studies and science but pure broscience, although there are few very responsible people spreading authentic awareness the right way ....
Now ask me what broscience
It is the reasoning used by amateur bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts where the unreliable stories of people that really have no idea what’s going on inside their
bodies takes priority over credible scientific research. Just because a guy is big thanks to steroids or a woman is thin thanks to starvation diets that ruin your body doesn’t necessarily mean they have good advice for you.
You would find several advices which fall under this category like
You should do high reps and low weight to tone your muscles.
The more sets you do, the better.
Deadlifts are bad for your back.
Women shouldn’t lift weights because they’ll get bulky
And let me give you the fun fact about magazines which you probably don't know.
The famous magazines like muscle mag, iron man ,flex ,muscle and fitness, and rest of mainstream bodybuilding magazines are owned by supplement companies and are used simply as mouthpieces for their products. Yup. MuscleMag is controlled by MuscleTech; IronMan is controlled by MuscleLink; Muscular Development is Twinlab’s ; Muscle & Fitness and Flex are owned by Joe Weider, and are thus promotion catalogues for his companies,
The primary goal of these magazines is to sell supplements for the companies controlling them, and they work damn well. The magazines push products in various ways. They have advertisements all over the place,, and they balance the sales pitches with some articles that actually provide workout and nutrition advice (which also, in many cases, end with product recommendations of some kind).
So, this is the first blow that magazines deal to you: They give you a lot of “advice” that is geared first and foremost to selling you products, not helping you achieve your goals.
The supplement companies know that if they can just keep getting these magazines into people’s hands, they will keep selling products. So, how do they ensure that you will keep buying? By coming up with a constant flow of new advice and ideas, of course.
they get quite creative with all kinds of sophisticated (but useless) workout routines, “tricks,” and diets (that include certain supplements to really MAXIMIZE the effectiveness, of course).
The bottom line is that you can’t trust these types of magazines
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