Someone pointed out something significant to me many moons ago:
"Fitness is far from healthy."
They were, of course, referring to all the freaky behind-the-scenes stuff going on in the bodybuilding/fitness world many regular Joes have zero awareness of:
* Rampant steroid abuse
* Starvation diets that wreak havoc on your natural testosterone levels (and other hormones)
* Injecting synthol or similar oily substances in your muscles to make them appear larger
* Eating every three hours, on the clock, whether you are hungry or not
* Women augmenting their bodies with breast and butt implants
* Stuffing your face with obscene amounts of food, trying to get as big as possible, destroying your gastrointestinal health
* Skipping cardio because aerobic exercise could hinder muscular development
* Muscle pain or joint problems, especially during or immediately after exercise
* Massive fluctuations in bodyweight
* Exhausting workouts that take two hours (or longer) to complete
* Waking up in the middle of the night to chug down a protein shake for fear of going catabolic
On and on and awnnn the list goes...
Those in the fitness community who do these things may *look* physically fit.
But are they healthy?
Don't think so.
That got me thinking...
What if there was a better way to train to get in shape?
A way that doesn't damage your body.
A way that makes you look and perform like an athlete.
A way that *is* healthy.
That's where Next Level Hockey Training 2.0 comes in. It was designed to turn hockey players not blessed with great genetics into freaks.
Without ruining your body in the process.
But, the program sure ain't for everybody. To paraphrase Warren G:
"You can't be any geek off the street.
You gotta be handy with the iron, earn your keep."
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