First off, let me admit that I love the infomercial for P90X. It's awesome and it looks great but it seems to me like they are really selling and not really delivering.
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Sometimes I hear this too so I thought we should get this out in the open. Have you ever seen a skinny guy and talk to him and he thinks if he lost a couple of pounds more, yeah losing weight, that the girls on the beach would think that he's sexy? I have.
When was the last time you read an article discrediting the effects of glutamine? Maybe this will be your first one? Unfortunately, the majority of bodybuilding and muscle magazines still have this supplement on their "Top 5 Lists." I am not here to convince you to never buy another tub of glutamine again, but if you stay with me, I will do my best to debunk some of the common myths that have led you to believe that this expensive supplement is necessary.
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If you knew how to build muscle then the skinny jokes would have ended long ago. If you knew how to again weight quickly then the blank stares would stop when you tell someone you work out with weights. And if you knew how to build muscle and gain weight quickly you would no longer frustrated that the scale has not budged upwards since you first started lifting.
There are two common fitness goals - to gain muscle mass and to lose body fat. Unfortunately, for the most part, the two goals are at opposite ends of the spectrum. Building muscle mass is going to require you to take in a surplus of calories because, well, let's face it, you can't build muscle out of nothing (unless of course you have some chemical help going on).