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      FITNESS TIPS FOR 11/8/2000                  

Bodybuilding Guide For Working Bodybuilders   
By Matt Danielson 

When you read about the pros in the Bodybuilder
Magazines, you have guys talking about how they make
their living in different more or less weird ways - As, the
majority of interviewed people say, how could they possibly
hold a normal 9-5 job? Well, for one thing, that's kind of
tragic - It's my personal belief that some honest work
would do some of these guys good! But apart from that, it's
a slap in the face to the rest of us, who have a family, with
bills to pay, and still struggle to get in better shape. Would
you walk up to your boss and say: "Look dude, I feel like my
cubicle is holding me back from getting those awesome,
striated quads, so I was planning to take the rest of the
week off. Oh, and is it Ok if I only drop in on Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons in the future as well?". Odds are he'd
chase you all the way out on the street with a club. 

A heartening fact is that the current Mr.Olympia, Ronnie
Coleman, is a full-time police officer with bad shift-hours.
So much for the pompous Mr.Olympia wannabes that claim
they can't hold a normal job. The conclusion is obvious: If
you WANT it bad enough, you WILL succeed. It CAN be
done. There's no such thing as "not enough time"!
Speaking for myself, I'm a 9-5 guy, working long hours at a
high-tech company like everyone else in Silicon Valley,
with a family and a dog to take care of. In my spare time
I'm working on my diet book, my freelance writing, and like
most people would think - it IS nice to read a book or
watch a movie once in a while! So how do one find ways to
work out regularly, when there never seem to be enough
time? Not to mention maintaining a DIET! I say - no

Consistent schedule
First of all, establish a pattern that will work in the long run!
Getting your butt into the gym is the first and most
important step on the road to physical excellence - if you
don't go on a consistent basis, you'll never make any
progress worth mentioning. Planning a gym-routine around
EXCEPTIONS, as in trying to squeeze gym sessions in as
other things drop out of your agenda is doomed to failure. I
mean, hey, how often do you say the words: "Gee, Look, I
got an hour and a half and nothing to do!"? About as often
as a plumber's "first estimate" will end up less than the
actual bill. You might end up in a situation where you'll have
to sacrifice something else. Well, face it as the choice it is
- do you WANT to be serious about the gym, or do you
WANT to stay in the local Nose-flute quartet?

Just as it is crucial not to build your workout schedule
around some flimsy "improvisation" - plan, it's crucial not to
get TOO rigid about your schedule. A 3-day business-trip
would smash it totally! Face it - you're living in a
high-speed, high-flexible business world. You WILL miss
scheduled workouts. Roll with the punches - make sure to
reschedule something else that is low-priority so you can
catch up the next morning. Sometimes you will have to get
up at 5 am, to squeeze in the planned session before work
instead of after. Like I said, there WILL be changes forced
upon you. Those you can't do anything about. What you
CAN do is to refuse being the victim, and succeed through
superior willpower and planning ability. This is what
REALLY sorts the winners from the losers. Look at Ronnie
Coleman if you're not buying it.

Like I mentioned before, it's the superior planning ability
that makes all the difference. A small cooler can be your
best friend when keeping your diet. Plan all your meals,
from breakfast to snacks to dinner, for the entire week in
advance. This will save you money in the grocery store (as
you won't waste money on fast food - that you'd mess up
your diet with just because you were hungry otherwise),
and by pre-making and freezing lunches and similar, you're
actually SAVING time during the work-week! An 8 x 8 x 10
inch cooler make you independent of freezers, micro
ovens, and restaurants when you're traveling. 

One of the best ways to incorporate cardiovascular training
into your schedule (which is extremely important for a
variety of reasons), is quite drastic: Get rid of your
TV-couch. Buy a treadmill for you and your spouse, and let
the kids have beanbags if they're not all that hot on the
idea of working out as they watch their cartoons. This might
sound like the most wacko idea in quite a while, but hey - I
did it. And it serves as a double function: Not only does it
give me a good cardio boost every day, it also drastically
cuts down the hours of brainless zapping each week! As
you usually are a little too tired to spend an entire night
exercising, you have a nasty little way of forcing yourself to
get a life instead. Not that I got one anyway, but now I can
sit out in the back yard and pretend I have one instead of
watching TV. Sometimes I'll even convince myself that I
have friends outside the gym, but that's really going
overboard so I usually snap out of it quickly. But the benefit
of cardio remains though. :-) 

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