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How to Beat Boredom, Procrastination, and Demotivation So You Stick to Your Workout Plan

by Ellen Thomas (2019-03-26)

Regarding CrazyBulk supplements other than (carb-plus-protein) recovery drinks, creatine monohydrate, bicarbonate and potentially even carnosine (or more likely beta alanine) also support anaerobic speed and power. These serve as circulatory and/ or myocytic (muscle cell) acidity buffers (15) and let's not forget that acidity build-up is a primary culprit in shutting down intense bursts of activity.Of course, creatine also pulls double duty, re-supplying that essential ATP pool. And interestingly, meat supplies all of these buffers - just not in supplemental quantities. And so we have toured the reaches of comparative muscle biology (in our own twisted way) and how we endeavor to be more croc-like, realize it or not. We may as well "get brutal and get into it" as a famous Austrian once suggested. Thanks for indulging my inner geek by coming along.You might think that building that 6 pack is all up to you. Your drive & motivation. Your pride & determination. Sorry, but there's more to it than that. Other people matter too. Don't believe me? Keep reading. The people we spend time with matter a lot. You may have heard this proverb, "Tell me your friends and I'll tell you who you are." Or this quote by motivational speaker Jim Rohn, "You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with." Or your parents may have told you they didn't want you hanging around with "that kind" of kid. There's a good reason for all this.The people we spend the most time with affect us. Human beings naturally and unconsciously change our behavior to better match that of the people we hang around with. When your parents said they didn't want you hanging around with "that kind" of kid, they weren't just worried about you getting into trouble in the present. They were afraid that some of that kid's attitudes & behaviors would rub off on you over time. And they were right.