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Nitrobol Review

Since ordering Nitrobol seven weeks ago I have gained about 
20 pounds of straight muscle. I didn't think I could get 
to this bodyweight. For a long time I was stuck at 165 but 
today I am 186 and still growing. Everyone around me 
things I am on the juice but when I show them the
Nitrobol bottle they want to know more. 

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Lionel E. Pope II

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     Fitness Tips For 11/16/2011
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Overtraining Test: Are You Overtraining?

By Oliver Wolter, inventor of The X-Size Program
see Bodybuilding Software 


Do you workout too long or too often?

Are you working too hard in the gym?

Yes, you do have to work hard to build muscle and strength, but if 
you are overtraining then you effort will be wasted and your reward 
will be stagnation.

"But how can I tell if I overtraining", you might ask, "is there
an overtraining test?".

Yes, there are many ways to test for overtraining. One of the most 
accurate ways is the monitor the amount of lactic acid in the blood
after a workout. But since this requires sophisticated equipment 
that we don't have access to, a reliable alternative is to monitor 
resting heart rate.

When you workout too hard or too much, your adrenal glands release
too much of a stress hormone called "catecholamine" which puts your
body in a "wired-up" state. In this condition there is a great 
increase in your heart rate. What this means is - if your resting 
heart rate is higher then what is normal for you, then you are on 
the verge of overtraining.

A Simple Daily Overtraining Test

When you wake up, first lie quietly in bed for five minutes and then
check and record your resting heart rate.

Next get out of bed and weigh yourself and record another count of 
resting heart rate.

After your workout for that day rest for 15 minutes and again record 
your heart rate.

If you see a steady or sudden rise in your morning heart rate over 
the next 7 to 28 days, it is evidence that you are overstressing your
body and you will need to decrease the volume and intensity of your
workouts to keep from overtraining.

Also if your resting heart rate 15 minutes after your workout is 
faster then 5 beats over your morning count, you may have 
overextended yourself that day and should plan a less intense 
workout on your next trip to the gym.

Another way to avoid overtraining and make the fastest progress 
possible is to use my X-Size Software to design and monitor your 
workouts, go to Bodybuilding Software

To your success,

Oliver


Build up your muscles 312% faster with X-Size

X-Size is more than another Training System - it's software 
with an build in A.I. (artificial  intelligence). It perfectly 
adapts to anyone's needs.

With this system you can build up muscles 312% faster 
than ever before. You can also drop fat 66.7% faster. 

It will make you stronger fast - if you want to be the next who 
bench presses over 300 pounds this is your way.

If you're serious about getting YOUR DREAM BODY - and want 
to use a shortcut, then go to Bodybuilding Software


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