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Kick Your Fitness Program Up
Put your fitness program into high gear with nutritional supplements that get results but don't break your bank.
What is possible for you, in terms of muscle and athletic performance? Plenty. By training hard, eating right, and smartly using the supplements offered here, you can also have a lean, strong body. You don't need to starve yourself or spend a fortune on supplements. A well-planned supplementation strategy is the key. Ask us for advice. What kind of advice can you expect? Read what we said about preworkout supplements.
Increase the intensity of your workout (fewer reps per set, with heavier weight in each set). If you do 3 sets of 10 reps, you are sacrificing intensity for conformity. Change that silly pattern before supplementing. You should find each set harder to do than the last, so it will necessarily consist of either fewer reps or less weight. If each set is the same, you are doing something wrong. Think about the logic, here. Then, implement the change and watch your results improve.
It's not how many reps you do or how much you lift. It's how you force that muscle into positive adaptation. Slow reps with less weight will work more than 100 times faster in muscle-building than fast reps with more weight added just to impress others in the gym (even though nobody is impressed).
Eat six small meals a day. Plan your meals, and eat only what you planned at those six times. Change the FDA's disastrous Food Pyramid by replacing "grain" with "green."
Avoid products produced by Big Agra, such as corn-fed beef (toxic, wrong hormones, disease-infested), corn syrup (many negative health effects), and any processed flours of wheat or corn (federal law mandates adding folic acid, which is stupid in the extreme and toxic to the max--you should consume only naturally occurring folic acid).
Go to bed at the same time every night. This sets your body clock. You can't make up for lost sleep by "sleeping in."
Change/wash bedding once a week, to reduce sleep-robbing irritation.