Agreed, I am 15, have been working out for a couple of months and I have had results. Steroids are for lazy people who want instant results, yet dont want to commit themselves and work hard to get these results.
man…uh…think that way until you’re 25. It’s good to think it that way until you’re 25 really…but uh…keep it to yourself.
Also go to a pharmacy and get some fish oil capsules and a multivitamin, buy some protein powder…forget about most advertising and bullshit there’s out there. 95% of the supplements are never what they claim to be. I have a modest experience with Biotest products and yeah, they are one of the few that make some really good stuff.
I buy my stuff from a supplement store that has a section dedicated to Biotest products. Metabolic Drive is a good protein powder for instance. If you gonna buy some other brand make sure it doesn’t have soy protein. Also don’t read muscle mags or get any advice from shitty sites like BB.com. Just stick around this site and read, read, read when you’re free.
Take it easy little bro, basic stuff is sometimes better that taking a lot of supps and whatnot. Train seriously for a year or so then yeah, start taking some creatine. Also, limit training for 45 minutes or an hour. 3 times a week for now, use compound lifts (Squats, deadlifts, benchpress, pull ups etc etc). Take minimal rest between sets (say 45 seconds), and stick with free weights. Once every 4 weeks change your training routine a little.
Avoid training to failure, that means doing 4 reps instead of 10 for example. Always start sets from a smaller weight to a bigger one. Rule of thumb: 3 sets x 10 for most bodyparts is good. Legs can withstand more stress tough so 6 sets x 8reps is fine. And most importantly, use common sense. You not gonna get huge in a year. But sure as hell you gonna look and feel better if you do the above.
Once every few months, if you not growing, take a week off from training. Also some pigging out say once in a month is ok. and most importantly enjoy life. Don’t make radical changes to your lifestyle, introduce changes slowly. Lifting weights will become something natural like breathing, taking a crap when you wake up…etc Also, never ever try to impress people by lifting more than you can handle. Proper form with a lighter weight will make your muscles grow bigger and stronger.
Also keep in mind those small weight plates, say 1.25Kgs plates are those that will move you up when you face a plateau. Add weights slowly, then when you harness it, only then add another small weight and continue like that. This is the bread and butter of weight lifting, irrelevant whether you are a beginner or a 300 pounds ripped fella. Stay strong