12 WORST Supplement for Muscle Growth (do not buy!)

“What are the best supplements for X, Y, Z?” – This is one of the most common questions in the fitness space, especially among beginners. When you’re new to the gym, it’s easy to believe that supplements can add tons of strength and muscle or help you burn a ton of fat so you can finally get that six-pack you want.

Some people go as far as to believe that the difference between being in great shape or not is supplementation and that you absolutely need supplements if you want to maximize your results.

But is this true?

Do you need supplements to build a great physique? The good news is no; you don’t need supplements to build an impressive physique.

You’ll get 99% of your results from proper nutrition, training properly, and improving your lifestyle like getting quality sleep every night, staying active, and managing stress levels.

You simply can’t out supplement a bad diet or lack of consistency with your workouts. Even the best supplements with plenty of research to back them up, like creatine, only have a little effect in the grand scheme of things.

But that’s not to say that supplements are useless. Unfortunately, however, the supplement industry is known for embellishing its products, making them seem much more effective than they truly are so that more people will buy them.

And if you’re not aware of this, you’ll feel like you’re missing out. In this video, we go over the 12 worst supplements that are a waste of money, so you know exactly what to avoid.

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References
[1] – https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0765159721002008
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[7] – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18500945/
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[11] – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31743774/
[12] – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12875611/

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