Saturday, July 13, 2024


weather you are a bodybuilder, fitness enthusiast, or even any sports champion your goal would be to build muscle and cut fat, and no one would deny that, However, the new school of bodybuilding is to stay lean all year round rather than bulk and cut as with the case of old school read -> Starting a bodybuilding diet

if you are serious about keeping your fat down then you must be already on a healthy diet, and as you know food is not enough you still need supplements to keep your metabolism high

finding the right diet that works for you is a great achievement ,However supplements does support the diet in a great way


1.Pre workout
if you are on a zero sugar low carb diet then you may find yourself down during workout, that is a normal feeling as your glycogen levels are low so having a pre workout can boost your training without compromising your diet
for full information about pre workout click here

Top 5
A. Total War by REDCON1
B. Amino Energy by Optimum Nutrition
C. Pre kaged by kaged muscle
E. Mr.Hyde extreme by pro supps

2.Fat burners
there is plenty of products in the market, the aim of these products is to raise your metabolism so your body will burn more fat during a workout and throughout the day

Top 5
A. Hydroxucut hardcore by muscletech
B. LIPO 6 black
C. Shred by jym
D. leanmode by evolution nutrition
E. Animal cuts by Universal

A multi vitamin will diffinetly help cut more fat by imrpoving your metabolism and getting the daily nutrients of the vitamins your body need

Top 5
A. Optimen by Optimum Nutrition
B. Vita by Jym
C. Vitamode by EVL nutrition

Mohammed Riad
Mohammed Riad
Mohammed Riad is not just any pro bodybuilder; he's a testament to discipline, dedication, and drive. His chiseled physique speaks volumes of his commitment to the sport, but there's more to Mohammed than meets the eye. Beyond the weights and the stage, he's an avid writer, seamlessly weaving his extensive knowledge of bodybuilding into compelling narratives. Mohammed's articles at The Body Builder, formerly know as Body Guider, bridge the gap between hardcore training techniques and the philosophy of bodybuilding, making them invaluable resources for both seasoned athletes and newcomers to the sport. His unique blend of physical prowess and intellectual depth has earned him respect both inside and outside the gym. Through his words and his physique, Mohammed Riad continues to inspire and enlighten the fitness community, proving that muscles and mind can, indeed, coexist powerfully.

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