There you are. Look at you! You’ve visited our anti aging
clinic and you got your recommended HGH cycle. You’re pumped, you’re excited
and nothing can derail your progress. Well, except for you…
Far too often, people leap into a lifestyle change protocol,
primed and poised to make monumental changes. They get off to a great start,
only to end up hitting a plateau and wondering why.
In the best of cases, it’s because they fell into some bad habits that can easily be turned around. This is almost always the case. And what you are about to learn are five of these common things that can sabotage any man or woman’s progress in the crack of a matchstick. Don’t become another victim to this outcome.
Avoid these pitfalls and the funds you spend on your HGH dosage will be money well
1. Drinking Beer
Let’s expand on this a little bit. Drinking all forms of
high-calorie beverages is bad news for your progress. But it just so happens
that beer and other forms of alcohol are the worst!
For some reason, people are still under the false pretenses
that calories from alcohol don’t matter. At least, they want to justify
imbibing a couple pints or glasses of wine in the evening when they’re lounging
on the back porch.
If you are serious about your health and keeping weight off
or losing it in the first place, then lose the alcohol. And the soda, sweetened
teas, energy drinks, juices and so on.
To add to the destruction that alcohol can do, it’s not only
fattening, but it also blocks your body’s ability to produce testosterone when
consumed in excess. Then you can kiss your muscle mass goodbye and you end up
with another problem.
Keep it to low levels and don’t drink it often.
2. Not Training Hard Enough
If you think you can get in shape without putting your foot
on the accelerator, you are fooling yourself. And on the other side of the
coin, you do not want to train too hard, too often.
Overall, there is a sweet spot you want to hit. This can
take a little trial and error. But for the most part, if you are not building
muscle or breathing hard during your workouts, then you’re not training hard
enough. People who spend more time on Instagram than working out fall into this
Don’t worry about who’s Live or on vacation in Paris. All
that nonsense can wait until after your workout. Get serious and go for the
gold every time you step foot in the gym and you won’t get thrown off course.
3. Eating too Much and too Often
If you like to eat six meals a day or three meals and three
snacks, then you must not like the idea of getting into shape. There are a
couple problems with this strategy. First of all, let’s take a look at your
When you eat even a balanced meal that contains protein and
carbs, your blood sugar level rises. Your pancreas then releases insulin to
balance it out. Insulin is a fat-storage hormone.
When you follow this patterns six times a day, your insulin
never gets a chance to come back to baseline. Do you see the problem here? You
are then predisposing yourself to diabetes, while also putting yourself in a
favorable position to store fat.
Plus, because you are eating all day, you can easily go
overboard on the calories. Then the problem quickly becomes twofold.
If anything, you should go the opposite direction and eat
only two or three meals a day with no snacks in between.
4. Doing too Much Cardio
No, cardio does NOT make you fat! Geez… It was a Grade A
idiot whoever made up that nonsense. But it WILL cause you to plateau and not
make any further progress if that is all you do.
Your goal is to formulate a plan that includes cardio AND
weight training. Adding muscle to your body will raise your metabolism, among
So don’t spend 2 hours a day, 7 days a week on a cardio
machine, moving at a slow pace. Do more like three cardio workouts a week and
three weight training workouts a week.
And make sure those cardio workouts have some pop to them.
In other words, incorporate high-intensity intervals.
Following this type of scheme will prevent plateaus and give
you the best chance of leaning out.
5. Following Fads
Ah yes, the good old fads, You’ve probably seen and heard
them all. Low-carb, Paleo, gluten-free, CrossFit, Brazilian Butt Lift, the list
goes on and on. Don’t be a fool and buy into any of this!
The perfect plan for you is not what your friend Mildred
down the hall from you is doing. That works for Mildred. You need to find out
what works for YOU and no one else!
Take this into consideration for a second. You started doing
a solid workout routine that you got from a personal trainer. In addition, you
gave up processed grains and sugar and started losing weight.
You also felt great and started seeing noticeable changes in
your physical appearance. But… one day you walk into the office and heard about
this “thing” called the keto diet. So you cut your carbs down to 30 g a day.
Three days later, you found yourself ravenous, anxious and
starving. Then you went off the hook and ate an entire bag of kettle corn. Your
sweet tooth got triggered and you started eating everything in sight.
Sad to say, you gained back the weight you lost and lost the
motivation to start back up again.
That familiar scene can be avoided by sticking with what
works for you and not being fooled by what others are doing.
Be the Change
With a little bit of knowledge and determination, you can
lose weight, gain benefits and avoid falling off the wagon when you are using
HGH. It just takes avoidance of the wrong things and acceptance of the right
ones. Stick to the right and you will not be disappointed.