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Bodybuilding

Contrary to popular belief, bodybuilding is not just about the relentless pumping of iron. It's about getting into shape and building your physique through a combination of training routines, dietary intake and lifestyle adjustments. Without the right mix of these bodybuilding basics you'll find it difficult to achieve your bodybuilding aims.

No matter what your sex, age or level of fitness, bodybuilding is something that you can do. Enrolling at a gym and enlisting the services of a personal trainer is a good way to get started in bodybuilding. A personal trainer will be able to advise you on a training routine to help you first get into shape and lose weight, and then build lean muscle mass. Normally a spread of resistance training, cross-training and aerobics exercises will be recommended by a personal trainer, with more emphasis on 'bulking up' by using a variety of resistance equipment.

A protein-rich diet is also an important consideration in bodybuilding. Protein helps to repair muscles after workout and accelerates the process of new muscle growth. Eggs, fish and meat are good natural sources of protein, and can be supplemented with protein drinks & bars available from most fitness retailers.

Check out the resources on our site for more information about bodybuilding.

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