Every single culture on the planet has it’s myths and, whether it be “Big Foot”, or “The Lochness Monster”, bodybuilding has it’s fair share of myths too. Like a lot of myths most of them have some truth to them and some are have no truth to them whatsoever. Bodybuilders and fitness experts the world over have been trying to get rid of these myths but have failed. I may fail too, but I am going to give it one hell of a go.Winstrol for sale It’s time to stop these myths once and for all!
A lot of myths about bodybuilding start within the bodybuilding community, but there are the odd few that start outside by the general public or medical industry.Deca Durabolin For Sale The myths I am going to touch on here are in no particular order. Let’s start with a well known classic first of all:
Bogus Myth #1. “When you stop working out your muscles will turn to fat”
This myth is mainly used as an excuse as to why people don’t start a weight training program and are resenting those that have. My Auntie used to say this to me a lot when I started going to the gym at 16. There is no proven physiological mechanism by which muscles amazingly turn to fat when a person stops working out!Anavar for Sale What happens, however, when a person stops training, their muscle mass will decrease due to the lack of stimulation. People who do not exercise and eat too many calories get fat, it’s not ground breaking stuff. So what you have here is often a lack of muscle mass coupled with an increase in fat due to an intake of excess calories and complete lack of exercise. The next time you look at someone who used to be nice and ripped but are now fat, it’s not because there muscles converted to fat. They are fat because of the reason so many others are fat; too many calories and not enough exercise.
What if it was true? Is the fear of this crazy idea that your muscles convert to fat a reason not to start a bodybuilding program? If you stop washing you get dirty, but that’s not a legitimate reason to never start washing in the first place is it! I have gained and lost a lot of muscle in the past, and I have known and worked with a lot of people who have gained and lost weight, and I have yet to see and truth behind the myth of muscles converting to fat. Let this be the end of this myth and let’s here nothing else about it.