Hennie Kotze

Becoming A Bodybuilder

 

Becoming A Bodybuilder: 6 Myths Exposed

No one can be entirely sure where they originated, but there are always myths that creep into the realm of truth. They same can be said about becoming a bodybuilder – know how to separate the myths from the truth.

Bodybuilding is hard work and everyone has an opinion on what you must do to get great results. However, you need to know which advice to follow – which is not always easy. Sometimes you have to take some advice with a pinch of salt and know when something is a myth and when it’s a fact.

The Myths To Take Note Of On The Road To Becoming A Bodybuilder

In the locker room talk is where most of the advice is dispensed. Someone will hear that if you do this, or eat that it will get great results… fast. But is it true? A lot of the time myths make their way around, and although it may sound like a miracle, you need to know when to sort the gems from the dirt. Take note of these 6 myths when becoming a bodybuilder: 

There you have it – some myths to avoid when becoming a bodybuilder. Remember that becoming a bodybuilder is hard work and there are no short cuts. Focus on getting a routine that works for you and a diet that will maximise your results. Next time someone brings up a story in the locker room, it could be a myth!

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