Bodybuilding, when most people here the word, they picture men (and women) with big muscles and veins sticking out all over.
And while it is true that most (if not all) of the guys you see in the magazines have massive muscles and veins-there is far more to bodybuilding than those two points.
For one, muscle burns calories so the more you have the more calories you burn everyday, even at rest.
I wish I could tell you how man calories a pound of muscle burns in a day, but I cannot.
Because I honestly do not think anyone knows.
Years ago I read that one pound of muscle would burn fifty sr9009 stenabolic sarm calories a day-this amount has been moved down, but I do not know if anyone knows the exact amount.
Regardless, the fact remains, that muscle burns calories and bodybuilding (lifting weights) is, in my opinion, the best way to add muscle to your frame.
Second, lifting weights helps to get and keep you strong so that you can do the little things that we all take for granted, like open up a stuck jar, start the lawnmower or simply be able to carry heavy grocery bags.
Third, the man or woman who starts bodybuilding and finds six months later that their clothes are fitting looser and that their bodies look and feel better than they have in years, will begin to see themselves differently.
They will have a quiet confidence-they will know what they accomplished and realize that if they could reshape their bodies, they can tackle just about anything.
It is for this reason that I do not like scales because taking our imaginary woman from a