Teen bodybuilding

Bodybuildingvideos.net has released a new article for teen bodybuilder’s, the post outlines basic rules and techniques for teen bodybuilding. Take a look at the post here, you may find some useful information!

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12 Responses to “Teen bodybuilding”

  1. Peter says:

    im 16 years old should i take creatine with my workouts??
    is 5 grams enough or uncessary/

  2. MJ says:

    Yo im with Peter….im 16 years old too….should we take creatine soo young?? Or does it matter about gender, weight, etc.?

  3. Emrah says:

    this is for all the young boy builders out there..my name is emrah and i am 17 years old right now. I started lifting weights in my freshmen year of high school when i was 15 and i was just lifting light for fun not for serious results. Then after i turne 16 in my sophmore year i got serious into lifting so i started lifting heavy then in my junior year i stared lookin at all the huge bulky guys mixing some shit in thier bottles so i asked around and i started to read about different supplements so after a wehile i started taking creatin. I took that for a month then stopped and i notced that my strength had increased ay more then my weight so then the next month i decided 2 try whey protien and after a month of that i noticed a hugh increase in my weght and my chest n shoulders were getting bulkier..So that is what happend to me and thats what i recommend for the young builders out their who are thinking about using the supplements..Creatine for 1 month then protien for another an thats what worked best for me..

  4. Zack says:

    well… i’m sorry to say but i believe the person above me is mistaken… You should use a Protein supplement such as muscle milk, or whey protein while your taking creatine, creatine makes you able to lift more during your workout and have more energy, protein supplements help you put on more size, hence making you have more strength and more size at the same time.

  5. mwill says:

    thanks emrah

  6. Andres says:

    Zack is right

  7. James says:

    Creatine can be bad i was using it when i was 12 im 19 now when i quit back then the water weight killed my abs so if u use it dont quit working out but now i use something to make me lose the water

  8. Dalton says:

    Creatine also helps you recover after workouts and with making you less sore.

  9. Dylan says:

    i took creatine when i was about sixteen.
    i am 18 now and my bench max is 285
    it was 130 my sophomore year

  10. The Beast says:

    Dudes i dont recommend creatine. when i first started working out at the age of 16 i didnt take anything i just ate before and after my workout. Believe me i saw results and i went up in weight so much that people thought i was on steriods and frankly they still do. I recommend that you hit the gym and hit it hard all it take is hard devotion and a strong mind, the rest comes naturally without the need of supplements. ohhh and vary your workouts for example chest and arms one day, back and shoulders the next and so on.

  11. jambon says:

    what is the best creatine to take if looking to gain size and strength without much water retention? eg monohydrate, citrate, ehtyl-ester, malate etc. ?
    and is it better in powder or pill form?

  12. ethan says:

    im 15 what would happen if i took Precision Engineered – Creatine Capsules (700mg) from holland and barret it says (This product is not suitable for persons under the age of 18) that made me think and i cant find out what tould happen

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