Five tips to bodybuilders that will keep them healthy in the long-run.

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30/12/2020 9:02

Building muscle mass rapidly can change the physiology of the body. The rapid build-up of muscle mass while taking many supplements without proper nutrition and training regimen can cause significant physiological changes and harm to health in the long-run.

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Protein, mineral, vitamin, and creatine supplements are unnecessary for maintaining a balanced diet. Although supplements may lead to a faster increase in muscle mass, it comes with a cost of long-term health damage while putting a lot of strain on the liver, digestive system, and kidneys.

 

Here are 5 tips to overcome the side-effects of bodybuilding.

  1. Eat only a varied and natural diet, without any supplements!
    • While supplements help build muscle mass in the short term and prevent muscle fatigue, they are harmful in the long run.
  2. The male hormone testosterone is a derivative of vitamin D, and it helps build muscle mass.
    • The most effective way to raise vitamin D levels is through controlled tanning or natural foods that contain vitamin D.
  3. Combine aerobic exercise to balance your body.
    • Building muscle mass creates significant lung effort. It is advisable to incorporate aerobic sports training such as swimming.
  4. Perform regular breaks in strenuous training.
    • When you build muscle mass, you slow down the regeneration of internal tissues in your body!
  5. Even if you want to stop exercising, it is advisable to gradually move on to another sport.
    • Health problems often arise when you get older, especially when you abruptly stop exercising.

 

GOOD LUCK! I wish all bodybuilders and weightlifters strong muscular and healthy bodies in the long run. 

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