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Cholesterol For Muscle Building

Cholesterol is another food ingredient that gets more than its fair share of bad press. Biochemically, cholesterol is a steroid-based molecule related to fat. Despite what you sometimes hear, cholesterol is needed in small amounts for good health. It is a major structural component of many body tissues, including the cardiovascular and nervous systems. It’s also used in the synthesis of many of the sex and adrenal hormones, as well as some digestive enzymes.

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The Basics of Bodybuilding Nutrition

Some of the most important components for building muscle include intense training, great genetics, supplements and attitude. Yet probably the most important component of all – food – is also the most overlooked. You can work out all you want and even possess Cutler-sized genes, but you won’t gain an ounce of new muscle tissue if you don’t consume the right nutrients. There’s nothing earth shattering about bodybuilding nutrition. You simply take in slightly more quality calories than your body uses each day.

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All About Stretching

Stretching is one of the most basic physical acts. Everyone, from a baby to a senior citizen, can enjoy a good stretch. The first thing many of us do upon waking is stretch our arms high above our head. It feels good while we’re doing it and we feel more refreshed afterward. Unfortunately, stretching is probably the most neglected component in health and fitness. During exercise you contract, or shorten, your muscles.

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What is Estrogen Aromatization

Testosterone is the primary substrate used in the male body for the synthesis of estrogen (estradiol), the principal female sex hormone. Although the presence of estrogen may seem quite unusual in men, it is structurally very similar to testosterone. With a slight alteration by the enzyme aromatase, estrogen is produced in the male body.

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How to Measure the Success of Training

There’s an old saying in bodybuilding: You can keep following a training routine as long as you’re getting results. But as soon as it ceases to be effective, you should switch to something new. If you’re eating correctly, training progressively and getting adequate rest, then you should be continuously increasing your muscle size and strength. If this is not the case, then some thing’s wrong. In order to solve a problem you must first identify its source.

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The Difference Between Free and Bound Testosterone

A very small amount of testosterone actually exists in a free state, where interaction with cellular receptors is possible. The majority will be bound to the proteins SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin, also referred to as sex steroid binding globulin and testosterone-estradiol binding globulin) and albumin, which temporarily prevent the hormone from exerting activity. Steroid hormones actually bind much more avidly to SHBG than albumin (with approximately 1,000 times greater affinity), however albumin is present in a level 1,000 times greater than SHBG.

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The Warmup

It’s amazing the number of bodybuilders who head straight for the squat or bench-press rack without a warmup. Their muscles are “cold” and not prepared to become subjected to hundreds of pounds of stress. No matter how pressed for time you are, don’t plunge headfirst into a workout without properly warming up.

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Direct and Indirect Anabolic Effects

Although testosterone has been isolated, synthesized, and actively experimented with for many decades now, there is still some debate today as to exactly how steroids affect muscle mass. At this point in time, the primary mode of anabolic action with all anabolic/androgenic steroids is understood to be direct activation of the cellular androgen receptor and increases in protein synthesis.

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The Nervous System and Bodybuilding

In order to maintain homeostasis (a fancy term that means internal balance with respect to outside factors), the body is constantly reacting and adjusting to the external environment. Such changes are detected and conveyed via nerves to the spinal cord and brain. Here the messages are analyzed, combined, compared and coordinated by a process called integration. After being sorted out, messages are conveyed by nerves to the body’s various target organs, of which glands and muscles are two of the most prominent.

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Sports and Anabolic Steroids

Steroids help athletes train harder and recover more quickly from breakdown but there are limits to what steroids can do. Athletes who want results need to work out. Nor can anabolic steroid drugs produce a skill such as balance or hand- eye coordination. However, for men or women with an athletic gift and self-discipline, anabolic steroids could make them bigger and stronger.

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The Cardiovascular System and Bodybuilding

The cardiovascular system is composed of the heart, blood vessels and blood. The heart is shaped like a blunt cone and is about the size of a clenched fist. In males it weighs about 300 grams, in females about 250 grams. Because of its importance, the heart is one of the first organs to begin functioning in a developing embryo, about four weeks after conception.

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Steroids For The Older Men

Some of the most popular questions asked of me are, without doubt, based around the following, “Mick, I am getting on a bit, I am (e.g.) 50 years old, is it to late to take the gear? If I do, will it harm me in any way? Is it worth it? Will I make any gains? Will I still be able to have kids? " Now I am going to put your poor old minds at rest. Honest!

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Exercise and Adaptation

Unlike a machine, which cannot repair itself, the human body is continuously modifying its physiology. If a harmful organism invades, antibodies and white blood cells rush to the body’s defense. A small skin abrasion is repaired in a few days, and muscle growth follows a similar pattern. Many people refer to bodybuilding as progressive resistance training.

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Training and Cycles For Advanced Bodybuilders

At this stage you will have, or should have, done all your home work. Don't be fooled in to thinking (and know you are) that you can jump straight to this part - It does not work that way and you would be foolish to do it. The basics are the best way to set the template for the next few stages to this one. Work done hard and basic at first will make this one all the more enjoyable. But what would happen if you jumped straight to advanced?

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What Does The Term "Pump" Mean?

Since I just discussed muscle anatomy and physiology, it only makes sense to take a look at a unique bodybuilding term – the pump. Considered by some athletes to be almost sexual in nature, the pump is conceivably the most desired sensation of hard-training bodybuilders. After a couple of sets of an exercise the muscle becomes engorged with blood. It swells, the veins stand out and the owner begins to feel that on any day of the week he could match physiques with Arnold Schwarzenegger!

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Benefits and Results of Using Insulin for Bodybuilding

My point? Well, I have been in this sport for many many years now and I am proud to say (touching wood at this moment) I have never in all that time had any serious problems with taking steroids that could be regarded as news.

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What Is Bodybuilding Biology

It’s been painted and sculpted for thousands of years. Poets write about it and people routinely spend thousands of dollars trying to perfect it. The human body has been called everything from a work of art to an incredible machine. As a bodybuilder your goal is to improve both its appearance and health, not to mention its strength.

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How Important is Recovery Factors for Bodybuilders

Training one body part per week, especially a few years ago, would have been out of order for me totally. But after many different experiments, trials and tests I was converted but not after re-thinking a few things about the recovery aspects and it’s advantages. Here are a few examples.

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Best Equipment for Your Home Gym

You’ll need to buy a few items before beginning your quest to become a world-class bodybuilder. These items will increase the productivity of your workout and will cost you very little.

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Dieting Off and On Steroids

On or off the gear our diet's have to be as accurate as we can get them off the gear, we have not the advantages that we would have on. That being, the main fact is that when on the juice, our bodies are screaming out for quality protein in order that it can grow. With this gear in us, our appetites can be increased tremendously.

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What to Do If You Miss a Workout

It’s inevitable. You will miss the occasional workout. If you train pretty consistently,don’t worry about it – the extra day or two off will probably do you good! If on the other hand,you find yourself const

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Training and Cycles For Intermediate Bodybuilders

After 6 months up to one year the procedures of the beginner still apply to the intermediate. At this stage, we are still learning much about what our bodies will take and what it does not like. The training should be well established by flow and this is where the split systems could and I stress the word could, work better.

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How to Stay Motivated to Workout

Chances are you’re fairly new to working out. And unfortunately, if you’re like most North Americans, at least 50 percent of you will quit working out after the first month. Well let’s see if we can do something about that. Here are 8 tips to help keep you motivated and focused on your workouts. They’re all easy to implement, free, and virtually guaranteed to work!

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Are Steroids Addictive?

Anabolic steroids are not physically addictive. Users can stop taking them without physical withdrawal symptoms. However, steroids have the potential to be psychologically addictive.

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How Often Should I Work Out?

Although telling you when to work out is rather easy, telling you how often is a bit more difficult. Generally speaking, you want to work the muscles hard enough to stimulate new growth, but not so hard that they won’t recover before the next workout.

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The Use doping in Sports

There was never a “Golden Age” of sport when all competitors relied on talent alone. Better training, improved technology, or performance-enhancing substances have been present in sports for hundreds of years. Participants in every sport have tried to gain an edge over their rivals.

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The Best Place to Exercise

One of the first decisions you’ll have to make is where to work out. You have two choices: at home or at a fitness center or gym. Both have advantages and disadvantages.

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How Dangerous Are Steroids?

At the very least, there are health risks involved in the self- administration of any prescription medicine. People using anabolic steroids without a doctor’s advice or monitoring of the correct dose and duration of use risk severe problems. It’s also possible that severe side effects may go unnoticed or untreated until it is too late.

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Creatine - the most popular supplement among athletes

Many athletes take nutritional supplements instead of or in addition to anabolic steroids. Supplements are available over-the-counter at drugstores and health food stores. Americans spent more than $22 billion on nutritional supplements in 2006

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How Much Weight Should I Lift?

A big mistake made by novice and advanced bodybuilders alike is trying to usemore weight than their muscles are capable of lifting.

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Steroids and Elite Sports

Anabolic steroid use by elite athletes raises questions that diverge from controversies about drugs like marijuana. Unlike almost all other illegal drugs, steroids are not taken for their effects on the mind. Instead, people use them to build muscle and increase strength.

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What Does The Term 'Reps' Mean In Exercise?

Bodybuilding has its own unique language and terms, and before long you’ll be well versed in the talk of super sets, pyramiding, and pre-exhaustion. This article details and explains what does the term reps mean in exercise.

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​What Growth Hormone does?

There has been so much written and said about the growth that it is becoming quite boring now, and to be honest there is not going to be a hell of a lot written here as well but for the better part, I will explain my practices, results and success with myself and many of the champions that I have coached over the years - even because some of the selfish bastards would not admit it to you.

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What Does The Term 'Sets' Mean In Exercise?

If “rep” is the most common term in bodybuilding, then “set” is a close second. As explained earlier, you don’t perform endless reps; you put them together in groups called sets. Now your first question is probably, “What is the most productive number of sets?” Ask two different bodybuilders and you’ll probably get two different answers! As with reps, most bodybuilders experiment with different set numbers to determine which provides the best results.

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Training and Cycles For Beginners Bodybuilders

The word “beginner” doesn't really mean that our person would be starting from scratch in the exact sense. It means that they would be starting out on a basic mass and size programme with a steroid cycle to suit. I am assuming that he/she will have gone through the "trial period" of about 3 months and from that, we can start to put a system together that they can work on, hopefully with a large degree of success.

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What Is DOMS and What Causes It?

Most people start experiencing soreness in the exercised muscles about 12 to 24 hours after their workout. Physiologists use the term “delayed onset muscle soreness,” or DOMS, to describe this general condition. Some people may find that one or two muscles do not reach their full soreness until 48 hours later

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Training On and Off Steroids

Everybody wants to look like the pro's - why not, most do - but remember, the pro’s did not do it by just training and taking vitamins - not a furrrrking prayer me old cock sparra’s! They take gear - period! The pro's that I admire the most, are the ones that admit it; If they don’t then looking good and being a twat must also be in their genes. Of course they take the gear, but what actually does gear do?

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16 Characteristics of a Successful Bodybuilder

While most readers will be content building a great-looking physique for its own sake, or maybe with entering a local bodybuilding competition, a few of you may be interested in dethroning the current Mr. Olympia! Greg Zulak, former MuscleMag International editor and current contributor, once compiled a list of physical and mental characteristics necessary to reach the top in our sport. Nearly every competitor at the international, amateur and pro levels possess just about all of these characteristics.

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Steroids Clearance Times

This article is indeed a very good guideline as to the clearance times of certain steroids in use today.

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3 Factors For Muscle Growth

Unlike most sports, where training tends to be generalized for everyone, bodybuilding programs can be tailored for an individual’s genetic build and goals. If you’re like most iron pumpers, improving your overall shape, appearance and health will be your primary goals. But as you begin seeing changes in your physique, you will start to feel great about how you look.

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