GYM MUSCLE GAIN BODY TRANSFORMATION CAPTAIN AMERICA WITH FREELETICS GYM
Hi, my name's Julian, I'm 26 years old and currently a student. My whole life I've had problems gaining weight, maintaining my bodyweight or gaining muscle in general. I've always been very skinny but also always had the dream of gaining weight, being stronger and having a good physique. I went to the gym for a while, quite regularly. But this didn't change anything and left me pretty frustrated. About half a year ago I went travelling around the world.
During this time I realized how out of shape my body got from not doing any sports or exercising. This showed in how super skinny and gaunt I became. Freeletics Gym is a free app that creates you a personalized training plan every week. It guides you through every training session and teaches you all the movements. This was perfect for me as I didn't have any experience with barbell training. It adapts to your goals and experience and programs the training accordingly. Check the description for a free link.
I've been training with Freeletics Gym for the last 18 weeks now. The first couple of weeks I focused on learning the exercises but soon after I was able to increase my weights on a weekly basis. I have become stronger than I ever could have imagined especially since I went to the gym for years before and never saw a real change. Don't forget to like and share the tutorial :).
LArginine Benefits For Bodybuilding
Hey, what's up guysé Sean Nalewanyj, of EliteImpactLabs .And in this tutorial lesson, I want to do a quick review of LArginine supplements, and discusswhether or not they have any place in a wellrounded bodybuilding program. So, LArginine is theprimary compound that is found in most of the preworkout nitric oxide boosters, withthe main forms being LArginine AKG, LArginine HCL as well as regular LArginine. And theidea here is that because LArginine is a precursor to nitric oxide, and since nitricoxide is a powerful vasodilator, which means that it widens your blood vessels, that LArgininesupplementation is going to increase blood flow to the working muscles, which is goingto improved muscular power, endurance and
recovery. But is there any truth to thiséWell, a common theme that you'll find in the supplement industry is that they will simplytake an ingredient that has a specific benefit in the body. And then follow the logic thatquot;If some is good, then more must be better.quot; And this is pretty much exactly the case whenit comes to LArginine supplementation. Yes, LArginine is an important substance in thehuman body. And yes, it does play a central role in nitric oxide production. However,there isn't a single shred of research available that shows that additional LArginine supplementationboosts nitric oxide levels or that it has any effect on strength or performance in healthylifters. And here's the simple reason why.
In order for the nitric nitric oxide pathwayto function, you need both the enzyme, in this case, it's an enzyme called quot;Endothelialnitric oxide synthase or eNOS for short,quot; as well as the substrate, which is LArginine.And the reaction between these two is what produces nitric oxide. And in healthy individuals,the amount of LArginine that is in the bloodstream, already far exceeds the amount of eNOS. Inother words, the eNOS enzyme is already completely saturated with LArginine, and LArginineis not the limiting factor in nitric oxide production. And because of this, supplementingwith 5grams or 10grams of extra LArginine is not going to have any additional effecton nitric oxide production, since your body
already produces enough to completely maxout the effects. For those with specific al conditions like heart disease or diabetes,there might be some benefits to LArginine supplementation, but this only applies toan extremely small minority of the population. So, why do supplement companies continue crammingLArginine into their formulasé Well, the reason is pretty simple. Either one, theydon't care about your results. Number two, they don't know any better or it's just acombination of both. And LArginine also happens to be an extremely inexpensive ingredient,making it even more attractive for shaggy companies to add to their products. So, that'sreally the bottom line. For an otherwise healthy
bodybuilding trainee, there is really no reasonto supplement with additional LArginine as part of your overall program. Your body alreadyproduces plenty of it. And the research has never demonstrated any increases in strength,endurance or muscle growth as a result of LArginine supplementation. If you are seriousabout building muscle and burning fat and improving your overall physique in an effectiveand efficient manner, then stick to proven sciencebased supplements with reliable trackrecords such as whey protein, creatine monohydrate, Beta Alanine, fish oil, multivitamins et cetera.And if you do want to check out some very high quality formulas in those categories,you can check out our product line over in
the EliteImpactLabs store. And I willinclude a link to that in the description box below. So, I hope you found this supplementlesson useful today. If you did enjoy the tutorial, as always please make sure to hit thelike button, leave a comment and subscribe to stay uptodate on future tutorials. Alsomake sure to grab your free 28day mass building plan, which includes a free workout, mealplan and supplement guide over on EliteImpactLabs . I'll also link that in the description box.And make sure to join the Elite Impact Lab's Facebook page, for daily tutorials articles,tips and muscle building supplement giveaways. Thanks again for watching. And I'll talk toyou again soon with more free tips.
Tribulus Review Does Tribulus Work
Hey, what's up guysé Sean Nalewanyj, of EliteImpactLabs here. And in today's tutorial lesson, I want to do a quick review of Tribulus supplements.Now, Tribulus is a flowering plant that grows in many tropical and moderate areas of theworld. And it's been used for thousands of years by many different cultures for a varietyof reasons. As a muscle building supplement though, Tribulus is recognized as a testosteronebooster. Now, testosterone is the most important muscle building hormone in your body. Andit's actually one of the key limiting factors that determines how much muscle any givenperson can build. Now, Tribulus does not directly raise testosterone levels, but instead supposedlyworks by raising the body's levels of a substance
called, quot;Luteinizing hormone or LHquot; for short.Now, LH is a hormone that is secreted from your pituitary gland and it stimulates thebody to produce testosterone. So essentially, LH sets the production of testosterone intomotion. And this would then have positive implications for muscle growth and workoutperformance. Increases in testosterone would result in increased muscle size, increasedstrength; enhance recovery ability, just to name a few. But what does the actual researchsayé Well, the fact is simple. At this point there has yet to be a single reliable, modernstudy that shows a positive relationship between Tribulus use and an increased in muscle size,strength or fat loss. Studies that have supposedly
shown this were either conducted in the EasternBloc many years ago or have never been peerreviewed in a Western medical journal. In fact, a fewstudies do exist that have shown Tribulus to haveÂ no positive effects on lean bodymass or performance. One a study back in 2000, using 15 subjects, and they were using about3mg of Tribulus per kilogram of body weight daily, measured body weight, body compositionand strength over eight weeks of weight training and Tribulus supplementation. And the studybasically concluded that Tribulus supplementation has no positive effects on body compositionor training performance. There was an also another study which use as much as 20mg ofTribulus per kilogram of body weight. And
that also showed no increase in serum androgenproduction. So, the important thing to keep in mind here with any herb that claims toboost testosterone levels is thatÂ boosting testosterone levels on its own is not enough.Not only do you have to increase testosterone levels, but it also has to be to a high enoughlevel to positively affect muscle size and strength gains. And this requires upwardsof several hundred to 1,000% plus increases in testosterone. So, to say that a particularsubstance boosts testosterone levels really doesn't say anything in and of itself. It'skind of like saying that going grocery shopping increases your chances of being killed bya runaway shopping cart. It's true. But the
0.0001% increase has no practical relevancein the real world. So, even if Tribulus does increase testosterone levels, which has neverbeen shown to do, it's almost certain at this point that it's not to a high enough levelto have any real benefit to bodybuilders. The only area where Tribulus may have benefitis as a libido enhancer. Other than that, leave your Tribulus on the shelf, and stickto proven supplements with reliable track records such as whey protein, creatine, betaalanine,fish oil and multivitamins et cetera. If you do want to check out some researchbased highquality muscle building supplements, I'd highly recommend checking out the formulas that weoffer over on EliteImpactLabs . The link
to which is in the description box below.So, thanks for watching this tutorial. I hope this information was useful to you. Pleaselike, comment and subscribe if you did find the information useful. Don't forget to joinus over on Facebook, where we do free supplement giveaways every Thursday night. And make sureto grab your free 28day mass building plan which includes a free workout, meal plan andsupplement guide. The link to which is also in the description box below. Thanks again,for watching. I'll talk to you again soon.