Tag Archives: bulking

What Are Bodybuilders Eating To Get So Big?

| October 30, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Dedicated to those who get horny from watching bodybuilders shop in supermarkets. Many online videos in the muscle sector reveal the eating habits of pro bodybuilders and their little brothers from the aesthetic crew also known as the Lower Doses Crew. The muscle warriors experience great pleasure from filming food trips during which they acquire […]

Why Is It So Difficult To Follow a Diet?

| September 3, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

The modern computer lifestyle common for humanoids in the cities contributes to the global accumulation of fat cells but is not the primary benefactor of XXXL clothing shops. As I have previously written, there are two primary elements that turn people into swines – the reign of corporate fascism shoving the wonders of the chemical […]

Bodyweight Gains and Their Effect On Strength

| June 9, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

If you go to a training forum and write that you are 6′ and 160lbs, you will be advised to eat more to avoid evaporation from the planet and get to the magic 200-220 pounds. Cool, except that it‘s not nearly that easy. Most people have extremely delusional ideas how much one could weigh without […]

Getting Ripped: What Boxers Can Teach Us about Getting Shredded

| February 12, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

“How much do you weigh?” is a popular question in commercial gyms. During the cold season, people boost the number, but as soon as the summer kicks in, the firmness in the tone disappears. Why? Because the fat gut popping under the XXL shirt immediately devalues the number. Does it matter that you weigh 220 pounds […]

Bodybuilders Eat Junk Food All The Time

| May 29, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

A young boy asked a huge bodybuilder: “How do I get big, sensei?” The huge bodybuilder smiled and replied: “Solid nutrition and training!” As one could expect, this is the blue pill. There’s nothing special about the training of professional bodybuilders. And as far as nutrition is concerned, we have to tell you a secret […]

How Much Protein To Build Muscle?

| May 18, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

The word “protein” comes from the Greek “prōteios” which stands for “of the first quality”. In other words, protein is considered an essential macronutrient. The body uses protein as a building block for the construction of everything – from muscle to hair.  The supplement industry has convinced most natural bodybuilders that a man can’t build muscle […]

When Bulking Goes Wrong

| May 10, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

A member of bodybuilding.com under the name of FunnyWeasel presented his bulking ‘progress’. He went from 185 lbs-83 kg to 273 lbs-124 kg. During the bulk, the bodybuilder/powerlifer relied on “hamburgers, chicken patty sandwiches, taco beef, chicken nuggets, fish filet, chicken breasts, popcorn chicken, cheese pizza, pancakes, french toast, eggs, and low calorie gatorade grape drink” to […]

Gaining Muscle Mass – 10 Myths You Need To Know

| March 30, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

Myth 1: Bulking is the quickest path to muscle gains. Bulking soldiers, I am almost sorry to inform you that the extra fat cells that result from your adventures in the world of force-feeding will not produce more muscle. How many times do I have to tell you that more bricks do not equal a […]

Eating Clean All The Time Is Counterproductive

| March 26, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

Many bodybuilders have been brainwashed to believe that eating clean all the time will produce the best possible physique and send them to heaven. This is not the case at all. Eating clean all the time could actually be counterproductive. Living your life around the clock and walking with a box of chicken breast and […]

Creatine Is a Scam

| March 8, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

Creatine a.k.a. ”the most researched” bodybuilding supplement has been promoted heavily over the last few decades. Many consider it a must for natural bodybuilders. Is the hype backed up by real results? Function: The main function of creatine is to facilitate the recycling of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). ATP is known as “nature’s energizer” and is […]

The Myths Behind Super Squats by Randall J. Strossen

| March 1, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

Many authors of strength literature present the barbell back squat as the most effective exercise for a natural bodybuilder. Consequently, the majority of the training programs written for beginners are built around the back squat. This may be the current trend, but the idea that squats produce quick and extraterrestrial hypertrophy within the body of […]