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Is alcohol bad for bodybuilding?


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Posted by 5teelface

Getting big and ripped is about 60 % diet if not more. Professional body builders constantly have to watch what they eat, how much and when. Now Iím not a professional nor would I want to be. I want to be bigger than I am now and lean. A ďsimpleĒ objective we probably all strive for. Next to weight training I study, internet, read, work and go out every other Saturday. Going out means drinking with the boys. You all heard the same story: alcohol is bad, it slows growth , blah, blah, blah. The fact of the matter is that going out without drinking sucks. I go out, get tipsy, have a few laughs, chase the skirts and go to sleep. I donít have to drink every day just that one. So the question is to the ppl who do drink and bodybuild, how do you handle the alcohol dilemma?

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Posted by TheBoogieMan

There really is no dilema, What are your priorities? Getting drunk, feeling like shit the day after, empty wallet, possibly making an ass out of yourself and adding unwanted calories and damaging alcohol to your system or do you want the body you've been training for? Pretty simple answer unless you are unhappy with life and have to turn to booze to get you through the day or nite? Motivation bro! What doesn't kill you will make you stronger!

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Posted by 5teelface

your right when you tell me to get my priorities straight. I want to have a certain body yet i damage it by drinking. I don't drink often, once every 2 weeks actually. I also don't that much drink to get drunk, make an ass out of myself, empty my wallet or have a hangover. I drink to get typsy. Can that be so damaging? If you haven't slept enough it's also damaging for your training. So what do you do? never go out? Same with drinking. There's the dilemma....

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Posted by TheBoogieMan

As a matter of fact I don't stay out past 12 and I haven't drank in months. Do you really need to drink to have a good time? You may not drink to get drunk but to get tipsy as you say, well then you might want to think about the need to get tipsy, not to many people I know drink because it tastes good? Most drink to get buzzed if not drunk, so it's obvious that we as humans have a problem with reality and our self image if we need to get buzzed or drunk or tipsy?I'm not saying I don't drink or haven't drank or that you can't drink all year if you train all year but for us who are on the juice and have 8-10 weeks to give it your all it would really be counter-productive to drink and I personaly ge a buzz off the fact I feel bigger, look bigger and damn it people like me!lol But if you are not on the juice then maybe you want to set aside a few months at a time where you are focused on a goal and not let yourself down. Anything in moderation wont hurt but when you have a goal in mind what's the point in not giving it your 110%. It really is no dilemma unless your an alcoholic??? Get a buzz off of life bro!!! I'm not saying not to or preaching to anyone but the fact is if you cant' set aside time away from the booz or whatever you may use to have a good time then the problem is bigger than you realize. What do you want out of life??


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