12-Week Daily Bulking Trainer - Wednesday, Week 10: Supplements!

Here is your 12-Week Daily Bulking Trainer! We'll help you build lean mass and a defined physique. Today we'll be covering supplements.

12-Week Daily Bulking Trainer - Wednesday, Week 10: Supplements!

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Bodybuilding.com presents your 12-Week Daily Bulking Trainer! Day by day, we'll help you build lean mass and forge a ripped, defined physique. You'll learn about setting goals, training for extreme muscle growth, following a proper nutrition plan, bulking supplementation, and staying motivated. All the knowledge you need to succeed is at your fingertips.

12-week Bulking Trainer Week 10: Day 48
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You'll need to do 30 minutes of cardio today.

Supplements Are Not Magic Pills

Without all the hard work, supplements do nothing. If your diet is lacking or your training is weak, adding supplements is not going to give you results. If your diet and training programs are solid, supplements will help maximize your results.

Basic Supplementation

Whey Protein: A fast absorbing high quality protein. Great for meals or post-workout nutrition.

Multivitamin: Taking a multivitamin helps to make sure you don't have a defficiency in your daily requirements of vitamins and minerals.

Fish Oil: A daily dose of fish oil will make sure you are getting your needed Essential Fatty Acids.

Joint Support: Joint supplements may support injury prevention by supporting healthy joints.

Workout Performance Supplementation

Creatine: The body uses creatine to store energy for muscle contractions. Creatine may support increases in muscle gains and strength.

Beta Alanine: Beta Alanine may assist increases in muscular endurance and strength and increases in muscle gains. It also may help to decrease lactic acid levels in the muscle and delay fatigue.

Complete Pre-Workout Supplement A supplement that contains both creatine and beta alanine is best for pre-workout.

Recovery Supplementation

Brached Chain Amino Acid: (BCAAs) May help to increase and maintain healthy protein synthesis, which can allow your body to recover faster.

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