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Supplements For Bulking Up – Somanobolic Style
October 9, 2012 by admin
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When trying to build lean muscle, a high quality diet is crucial to your success. But what if you have hit a plateau and need that extra boost? Supplements can be the perfect way to give your muscles that extra push that they need.
Now, one of the frequently asked questions by individuals having trouble bulking up with high quality diets revolves around the best supplements that they can use to gain more mass. This is where it gets tricky. Today, there are so many drug companies in the world with each constantly unveiling a new supplement in the market and hyping its abilities that it’s almost impossible to know who’s telling the truth and who’s not. Well, that need not be the case. In his program, the Somanabolic Muscle Maximizer, Kyle Leon tells you clearly what works and what doesn’t.
How does he do this exactly? He talks about it from a personal perspective after actually using a supplement and documenting its benefits. There’s a huge danger in researching online about supplements and believing whatever you read considering that most of what is written is usually hyped up by pharmaceutical companies that want you to buy their products. However, Kyle, an expert in his field will tell you like it is without favoring any supplement. According to Kyle, if a supplement does nothing then that’s exactly what he’ll tell you. No bias. No embellishments. No hype.
One example of a supplement that Kyle strongly advocates for in his muscle building program is creatine. This is one of the most used supplements by athletes and body builders all over the world mainly because it has been known to increase one’s weight, strength and mass without notable side effects. Speaking from personal experience, Kyle advises all those aspiring to build muscle to consume only 5 grams of creatine before their workout and another 5 grams after performing their routine. One can ingest the supplement with either water or juice before workout but post-workout supplement ingestion should be done with a drink rich in proteins e.g. a protein shake.
You might be perplexed as to which creatine Kyle is referring to considering that there are many versions in the market, some of which “experts” claim to be quicker and better than the original. According to Kyle, all that is just hype and marketing B.S meant to get you all riled up to buy their product. All creatine works the same so be advised so you don’t burn your hard earned cash for nothing. You can read more about what Kyle says concerning creatine and other supplements that he advocates for in his program.