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Bodybuilding and Fitness Information - Way Too Much Information- with Victor Costa

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Published on Jun 23, 2012

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Bodybuilding and fitness information with Victor Costa. Sometimes there is just way too much information. In bodybuilding there are so many competing points of view. Today you amy read an article that suggests one thing and tomorrow you amy read another that discourages the same. Often, the overwhelming amount of information can keep us paralyzed. Afraid to take the wrong road, we deliberate and deliberate, never fully committing. Today we read one article and it suggests one method of training and then tomorrow you read another article and it suggests otherwise. Yet, the two are diametrically opposed. Imagine taking a supplement and the container calls for a scoop of x formula. Instead, you decide to take a half scoop of formula x and a half scoop of formula y. Formula x specifically called for a full scoop. Yet, you couldn't decide between formula x or y so you decided to do a bit of each. Sounds smart right. Well, imagine that neither works unless you take a full scoop. The clinicals said the results only happened with a full scoop. But, because you stayed the middle ground, you reaped none of the benefits of either. You were almost there , but weren't able to commit, so you got nothing. This happens all the time in fitness and bodybuilding. Take a particular point of view and give it time before judging it. However, use good judgement. Peace, Vic

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