Although desirable, being buff is most certainly not an endorsement of a physical trainers depth of knowledge as far as the science of getting fit and fabulous is concerned. At a personal level, I’ve encountered numerous wannabees taken for a ride by these so-called genetically gifted freelance “professional trainers” with an “impressive” list of clientele that use their physique to ensnare the gullible into experimenting with their bodies, often to horrendous effect.
Alien to even the fundamentals that govern human physiology’s functioning, these smart alecs come with claims of transformation that need to be taken not just with a pinch but a whole fistful of salt. Self-proclaimed masters of the so-called “cycle”, popular amidst bodybuilding circles, rubbish what the real experts in the field have to say on the very real side effects that entail once hooked on the vicious cycle of anabolic steroids.
Adept at throwing unfounded and chic concepts at unsuspecting prospects, their sole intent of making a fast buck out of some desperate fool obsessed with looking like Adonis lies barely hidden. These are my suggestions to any and everybody wanting not just to look, but more importantly, feel fit and fine:
I wish you the very best of health, vigour and vitality for the remainder of your years.