In the 60’s to 90’s the sports and fitness industry started to push protein supplements instead of whole food eating. The main protein supplement was protein shakes. In those days, I would drink 2 gallons of milk with my protein per week just to try to add more muscle. The protein tasted like a health food store and the serving size for 15 grams was a cup of powder. Vintage articles in the hardcore bodybuilding magazines didn’t tell me was that I would get explosive gas, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea from taking this mixture. Those side effects were the symptom of a condition called Lactose Intolerance.
Many guys have the desire to build the perfect muscles but are unable to achieve results. Some focus on intense workouts while others even resort to supplements such as creatine to develop muscles but still don’t see enough improvement.
Are you a skinny guy looking to put on muscles? Don’t think that you don’t have the potential to get a muscular body because of your genetics. Follow a proper nutrition & workout plan, and you will be able to achieve your goals quickly. Here are five tips to help you out!
There are many different exercises and routines to help work on just about every part of the body as well as special equipment for each muscle group too. Sometimes all of this can be a little overwhelming and make it difficult to know where to start. If you are looking to build up your forearm strength or your grip strength here are a few tips to aid you in your quest.