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Bodybuilding on a Budget
The sport of bodybuilding requires dedication, discipline, and can become very expensive very quickly. Therefore, if you want to take part in the sport, here are a few tips in order to be able to succeed and still do it right while on a tight bodybuilding budget. By doing some research, and talking to the right people, you can easily cut costs and still be able to fit bodybuilding into your budget.
The first cost is a gym membership, for professional high quality gyms (which professional bodybuilders use) you are looking at spending $100-200 per month. These higher priced gyms have many amenities which you will not require, therefore by shopping around for a gym with the bare bone basics (weight lifting machines, cardio equipment, and cutting out the amenities like spas and saunas), you will be able to save right there. Also, don't settle for the first price quoted to you; try and negotiate a deal with the owners, especially small local gyms, they are always in need of members, so they might be willing to cut you a break on membership fees.
The next cost is food. The proper diet is key to getting into shape; the foods eaten are more important than any supplement you can take, therefore finding the right foods is critical. The high amounts of protein which bodybuilding requires can get expensive pretty quickly. Many bodybuilders recommend shopping at warehouse stores to get the most for your money. Also, choosing proteins, which are typically, lower in price like poultry, eggs, tuna, oatmeal, along with fresh fruits and vegetables.
One of the biggest additional costs are the supplements, however, more is not always key to getting a quick fix. Many bodybuilding gurus have reported that with the proper diet, you will only be required to take minimal amounts of supplements to add on. These should include amino acids, creatine, and testosterone boosters.
Last, but of the highest importance, is proper training. A personal trainer knows all the right techniques, but the cost can kill you, and very quickly. With all the bodybuilding books, bodybuilding DVDs, manuals, and other literature on the market today, doing a little extra research and reading up will really pay off and save you money. Setting up your own training program is a great budget saver.
Although it takes extra effort, you can take part in the sport of bodybuilding while on a budget.
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