1. Believe only the facts.
So much of the information that is available to the mainstream public is based solely on tradition. Things are done a certain way because that’s how it’s been done for decades. Why do we do 3 sets of 10? Because that’s what we learned somewhere along the way. Too bad tradition has nothing to do with results.
Believe it or not, there is actually a science to how the body responds to exercise. It’s called “Exercise Science” or “Kinesiology”. This is what I have a degree in. Without it there is no way I would be allowed to work with professional athletes.
99% of the information in the mainstream has no scientific basis whatsoever. This is why 99% of people get less than optimal results from their exercise program. Sure, they make D-bal max reviews excuses that it’s their genetics or lack of time, but this is rarely the case.
DON’T GIVE UP! THE FACTS ARE OUT THERE.
YOU JUST HAVE TO KNOW WHERE TO LOOK!
2. Stop bargain shopping.
Would you bargain shop for a surgeon? What if I told you he was really good, he just wasn’t officially a “surgeon”? I hope the answer is no. And it should be same answer for anything that affects your body, including your training and nutrition program.
Look, there are a lot of cheap muscle building products out there that promise the world but don’t deliver. You have probably used some of these before (I know I have), whether it was a supplement or a training program. Were you happy with the results? The point is, you get what you pay for. If you are serious about results, quit bargain shopping. Find the best source of information and do it right the first time.
3. Stop listening to self-appointed experts.
If I told you to go to an expert for exercise advice, where would you go? The personal trainers at your gym? An article written by a pro bodybuilder? One of the virtual experts that is selling his latest get-rich-quick scheme? These self-appointed experts are the reason that most people who workout never see results. It makes me sick to see them ruin this industry with pseudo-science and hyperbole.