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I’ve tried a lot of supplements in my 13 years in the gym.

Protein supplements, pre-workout supplements, fat loss supplements, and, of course, muscle-building supplements.

You see, I used to think that supplementation is far more important than it really is.

I naively bought into the myth that supplement companies were on the cutting edge of science.

That they were in the business of selling legitimate products that delivered tangible benefits.

Well, I’ve since pulled the wool from my eyes.

And here’s what I’ve learned:

The vast majority of workout supplements–and especially those that claim to aid in muscle growth–do absolutely nothing.

Scientifically speaking, they’re just overpriced placebos.

That said, not all supplements–including muscle building products–are worthless.

There are natural substances that are scientifically proven to help you build muscle, lose fat, and stay healthy…if they’re used properly.

They aren’t game-changers in the ways that proper diet and training are, but they’re result amplifiers.

And in this podcast, I want to talk about “muscle builders” specifically.

I’ve wasted a small fortune on these types of supplements over the years, and I don’t want you to make the same mistake.

Instead, if you’re going to spend money on supplements, I want you to get your money’s worth.

So let’s start with debunking three of the most popular muscle building supplements out there…

Would you rather read about the best muscle building supplements? Then check out this article!

What did you think of this episode? Have anything else to share? Let me know in the comments below!

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