How would you like to be able to gain 10 Pounds of muscle in 3 Days? You will see plenty of adverts which make this claim. They even show you photographs and can be pretty tempting. However, beware, nothing is for free.
There is one fundamental reason why I recommend caution. To gain 10 pounds of muscle in 3 days just is not possible. Whatever supplements you might choose, whatever they claim, they cannot attach extra muscle to your body. Nothing with your body comes that easily, it’s as simple as that.
Do Your Own Research.
It is a good idea to research the claims that they make. A supplement might promise that you can gain 10 pounds of muscle in a very short time. They might claim that they will make you burn fat at a faster rate too. But you would be well served to do your own research.
Real research articles will have a reference from the research material. If they don’t have references, treat them with suspicion. You can use sites like PubMed to check out the references. You may well find that the research doesn’t really exist, or if it does, it is not related to human muscle growth.
I know that the supplement industry spend a fortune on advertising campaigns. They publish testimonials and support their case with research. Whilst it is all designed to convince you that their supplements are the best if there was such a supplement everyone would know about it and everyone would be taking it. The government would be issuing the supplements and save the money that they have to spend on healthcare for the unfit and help solve the obesity problem that is now so common in the Western world.
It is true that some supplements are good and they will help you gain muscle. What they will not do is cause you to gain 10 pounds of muscle in 3 days, or even 3 weeks. There is nothing that can replace the fundamentals. The fundamentals are;
- Working hard in the gym
- Getting your diet right
Get Yourself A Good Program.
Get these right and you can gain much more than 10 pounds of muscle, but it all takes time and effort. You need to follow a program. You need to work out regularly, that means at least 3 times a week. You need to train all the parts of your body in a scientific way and controlled manner. You need to monitor your progress so that your workouts have the best effect possible. You need to eat the right things at the right time. You need to get enough rest. Supplements can help you grow muscle, but that is what they are, supplements. Not a replacement for the hard work.