Week Four Day 4
What's going on in my head?
Patience. For experienced trainers the gift of patience is compulsory.
Once a beginner lifter has moved past the rosy glow of super quick muscle growth..which does happen, and starts believing he could beat Ronnie Coleman into 1st spot at the 'OLYMPIA', he moves into the category of 'experienced'. Once that happens patience as a quality is probably on par with other attributes such as commitment and intensity and persistance.
Muscle growth is not as easy as people believe it is. It takes years of hard work and huge consistent effort. That's why it is such a valuable prize, as opposed to your average 'juicer' who is pretty large...if he's lucky, after a couple of steroid cycles. Once you've built the muscle honestly and you keep training, it's yours to keep. Start juicing and any growth you achieve is GONE once you stop, and face it, you cannot spike forever.
A final word...the primary side effect of steroid useage is....PREMATURE DEATH.
Hardly worth it, is it guys?
Which brings me onto the subject of women and muscles. Most of my female clients express major discomfort when they learn they are going to be training with heavy weights. "But I don't want to get all muscular" You won't, the laws of physiology prohibit it. You don't make enough testosterone, well the majority of you anyway. So if your trainer is asking you to lift heavy weights, it's THE BEST WAY TO LOSE BODY FAT, which is most womens primary objective.
Same basic composition as yesterday.
I'm would take poison on Carlos DeJesus, a World Champion Natural Bodybuilder (no steroids) agreeing with me 100% on todays topic.