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Archive for January 2nd, 2013

by Craig Titus
Craig Titus

This column does not represent the opinions or views of IronMagazine, it’s advertisers or affiliates. Craig’s column is unedited and for entertainment purposes only, read at your own risk.

What’s your opinion in regard to these so-called “Guru’s” in the bodybuilding and fitness industry? Have you ever used a “Guru” during you career?

The first thing I’d like to point out is that I’m certainly guilty myself of using several different “gurus” over the years, trying to better my physique but more importantly attempting to find some sense of consistency in my contest conditioning. My experiences using different coaches, nutritionists and self proclaimed contest preparation gurus have been both good and bed as well as borderline worst case scenario. I’m fairly certain that must athletes would agree that it’s always best to find what works for you though trial and error over the years. Certainly don’t see any problems with expanding your knowledge by using a “guru” but my concern would be it they’re qualified or not.
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by Mark David

Supplements are safe for teens! (or are they?) Question: I am 18 years old. I’ve been weight lifting for about a year now. I want to take a few supplements like:
-or animal pump instead of creatine and NO-explode
-a multi vitamin
-whey protein

My parents are claiming that for my age all of this is totally unsafe and would destroy my liver and kidneys!
I can’t convince them so I need to know are they safe if they are taken by the recommended dosage! If they are safe will you send me what I can tell them to convince them. I have tried every which way to say it is totally natural and completely safe if used according to the recommended dosage. If they are safe, I need the medical and chemical speech to convince them so help me please.
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