Bodybuilding Nutrition

Bodybuilding Supplements

Bodybuilding Supplements

If you are serious about body building, you will want to consider adding a body building supplement to your nutritional program. Supplements are sort of like vitamins. They add to what you are already doing when eating right for body building and provide you with more of what your body needs to grow muscle.

Sports Nutrition for Bodybuidling

Sports Nutrition for Bodybuidling

Body Building and NutritionNutrition in the body building world is very important for anyone serious about this sport. Good nutrition is key to liv...
A message from the REAL Flex Nutrition Brand!

A message from the REAL Flex Nutrition Brand!

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"Imitation is the ultimate form of flattery"

The first written peice of this proverb is seen in the biography of Marcus Aurelius by Jeremy Collier and André Dacier, titled Emperor Marcus Antoninus his conversation with himself, 1708

"You should consider that Imitation is the most acceptable part of Worship, and that the Gods had much rather Mankind should Resemble, than Flatter them."

Another was an English writer Eustace Budgell in the newspaper The Spectator No. 605, October 1714:

"Imitation is a kind of artless Flattery."

The most famous of them all came from Charles Caleb Colton, in Lacon: or, Many things in few words, 1820:

"Imitation is the sincerest of flattery."