What if one doesnt want to put in much effort but still wants …[/quote]
^ because theyre children who need to have instant gratification for everything, not just bodybuilding… [/quote]
This, but I’ll also add that if a newb runs a few cycles to hit some goals that would have been attainable naturally, they haven’t built the necessary tools to be successful at this on a long term basis and those gains won’t be sustainable once they’re off cycle.
It’s bad advice, man.[/quote]
Im not giving any advice here
What if someone wants to look goodfor girls during college and dont mind losing his gains when he is all set with his professional life?
Or so they can audition for the jersey shore? lol
It’s just an example of all that’s going wrong with the generation. Yes, you should earn your body. Not because it wrongs me if you donâ??t, because it wrongs yourself.
If you don’t work hard and earn things, you don’t learn to appreciate and respect them. Take a newly driving teen and hand them a free Ferrari. At best they end up destroying the car because they don’t maintain it. But probably more likely they stomp on the gas until they either blow the motor or wreck the car.
Who do you think enjoys a Ferrari more, a rich teenage brat that gets handed keys for their 16th birthday, or the middle aged guy who worked his way up from nothing and finally got his dream car after years of saving?
If you are using as a method of avoiding hard work, yes, there is a problem. If you are using as a method of increasing your ability to work and push past limits, I don’t really see the problem.
In the name of bodybuilding, whatever, but I think it’s a huge life mistake.