It's not difficult, hard, or complicated...it's actually really, really easy to do!
But strangely enough, some guys just don't get it.
Which brings me directly to disclaimer number 2 (sorry folks, but this has to be done).
If for some reason you do not understand the concept above, or are not willing to do it, please leave this page now.
The LAST thing I want is for you to order one supplement, take it 36 days in a row, then email me, complaining that it doesn't work.
I'm tired of getting emails like this!
If you can't or will not cycle, move on please, there's nothing to see here.
Great article! I am 33 almost 34 73in 194lbs and military. I am growing my knowledge on strength training and the difference from bodybuilding. I want to build a good strength routine and diet, however I am deployed and it is somewhat hard to eat. I have started doing squats and deadlifts more but I don't want bad form. I have tight hip flexor muscles and tight quads (really I am just stiff). I want maximumize on my strenght training and see some powerful results. What can I do gain flexibility and increase strength? I am taking muscle milk, BCAA, pre workout, fish oil, D3 vitamins, and a multi vitamin. Also, read in the article the benefits of drinking milk, could that help me. BTW (injuries - teneditionus both elbows and left shoulder) However BB shoulder press doesn't hurt.