hello, has anyone ever invested so much into working out but never got the results they wanted? i want to look ripped, big, and strong like a professional body builder, wrestler, or even a fitness model. right now im taking protein supplements to bulk up and have been doing so for years. i find of course nitro tech being my best choice for increase strength, mass, and recovery. I run almost every morning and sweat as much as i can. i dont want to give up my protein shakes for lean muscle mass. because ive tried and i felt my strength and mass go down but turn i was more lean. i want the whole pie! NO Steroid ADVICE! anyone have any tips. i eat chicken breast and tuna everyday. i try to get as much protein in me as possible but of course not to much. anyone have a bear gut? i need to slim my waistline down. ie also heard of rumors that protein shakes put a lot of pressure on your kidneys and other organs but cant find anything ligit online. i found facts on the web that creatine does damage to the kidneys if taken long term but what about protien shakes? i have ideas of my own about burning fat yet increasing size and some great ones i found online. so hit me up if interested. href=http Please do not post links to commercial sites here - thank you do it again and your access to this site will be blocked
for administrator guy. hey if you have ideas and would like to post them freely, by all means. im just doing what your suppose to be doing with forums ask questions and get replies. thats it. hey can you do something about all these pop ups too their annoying.
Asking questions and giving advice is one thing, but you seem to be just trying to advertise a commercial weight loss program for bodybuilders. If you care to share advice with us then that's great, but if you're just going to sell a product then take it somewhere else. That's not what this forum is about.Now in response to your question about excess protein being hard on the kidneys, it's true. When you are taking in more protein than you can use, urea is produced from ammonia that comes from broken down amino acids and carbon dioxide in the blood. It is what gives our urine (and sometimes our sweat) a yellowish colour, and it is hard on the kindeys to filter out large quantities of it from the blood. If your urine has a dark colour, then you're taking in more protein than your body is using.Creatine has a similar effect. It breaks down in creatinine, a useless waste product that the kidneys have to filter out of the body. I've heard that creatine isn't too bad if taken in moderation and in cycles, although you'll need advice from other members on that since I don't know enough about moderating its use.A good estimate for athletes and bodybuilders is 1.2-1.8 g/kg of bodyweight. The upper range is for high intensity athletics (like sprinting) and bodybuilding while the lower part of the range is for endurance athletes.Do you drink lots of water? You seem to emphasize "sweating" a lot. That's to be expected with cardio, especially in hotter climates, but be sure to drink plenty of water to rehydrate.
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