Here are more sales strategies that should be considered Before You;
- Purchase SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTS.
- Start a NEW DIET.
- Join a GYM OR WORKOUT CENTER, OR EXERCISE AT HOME.
1) The price of many Supplements can vary greatly, depending on the Company, Brand or Retailer. Yet, the same active ingredients can found at both ends of the cost spectrum. Many times your paying for the name on the label or the Fame of certain Spokespersons.
2) There is no magic pill to help you lose weight and gain muscle. Weight loss, on the most basic level, is burning more calories than you take in. Muscle growth requires proper stimulation of the fibers, and adequate protein intake that enters the bloodstream for nourishment and growth. Yes, HGH, STEROIDS and the like will make it easier, but the side effects can be very hazardous to your long term health. In addition, there are some unpleasant cosmetic changes to your body that often accompany the increase in muscle. This holds true for both men and women. There are other supplements that saturate the current market, and I'll address them in a later post.
3) Getting back to Dieting, watch for any supplement that is just a DIURETIC in disguise. Once the water weight is gone, that fat still remains.
4) I have mentioned these products in other posts, but any product labeled HOMEOPATHIC, or is recommended by NATUROPATHY, is essentially worthless.
Joining a Gym/Workout center, or creating your own personal exercise space at home is:
- A personal decision in finding the right environment. Both creating an area in your home for private workouts, or joining an outside venue have their advantages and disadvantages.
- A financial investment in your future. I have seen individuals spend tremendous amounts of money to create a home gym that Mr. Olympia would be proud of. At the other extreme, I have known people who think that having an expensive membership at the Big Name Gym or Workout Center will virtually guarantee miraculous results.
The decision should lie with what you expect out of starting a regular exercise regimen.
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