To be happy is not only to be balance inside. Now that I am twenty-two, it’s time for me to put some weight and forget the insecurities brought by being underweight.
Now is the time for transformation and I am not only doing this for myself but also because I’m all up for the challenge to get the attention of those single ladies, even with or even without my shirt on.
My cousin, who’s two years older than me, is all about heath. He wants to get fit, he wants to be the next Rafael Nadal and here’s the cool part: His dedication to go in the gym is consistently awesome. He is doing it at least thrice a week just to get shred and be one of those ripped bodybuilders we saw in health magazines.
While at the gym with him on a Saturday, I overheard a-father-and-son talks and I’ve caught up with something like nitric oxide.
What is nitric oxide? I can’t understand it how this term was used by the people lifting weights inside the gym. All I know is nitric oxide or nitrogen monoxide with a symbol (NO) is one of those elemental compounds involved in any vertebrates’ physiological processes.
In other words, nitric oxide is helpful in controlling our blood circulation and in proper regulation of our brain, lungs, kidneys, liver and other vital organs. Our immune system also needs NO for the creation of Killer T-cells and these cells will destroy infectious parasites and viral infections.
Going home that day, I immediately turned on my desktop and research for some information about NO related to bodybuilding and here is what an article has say:
“Nitric Oxide boosters is confirmedly a rich chemical union consisting of B-sitosterol, ursolic, ghycosides, plant sterols, anthrquinoidenes, potassium, zinc, calcium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and iron. If ingested in suggested dosage, the NO becomes an enhancer, as what experts call it “the vasolidator,” to blood circulation. In a period of few minutes or hours, this condition results to muscular advancement. You’ll be more driven to lift weights, to push up and do crushes with less burnout.”
This is cool. Perhaps, this is what I need to get buff like my cousin but first; reading this article at its entirety is a priority.
“Just beware that NO can develop your overall physique but it can also be harmful to your health. Various NO boosters comprise amino acid arginine-alpha-keto-glutarate and this can exacerbate things instead of achieving great results. You need to get in the picture that too much of NO results to diarrhea, nausea and unexplainable fatigue. For this, the most critical aspect one should understand by hand about Nitric Oxide supplements is its noticeable benefits and side effects you experience the first week you ingest small dosages.”
I get it. It’s still important not to be too excited to try NO boosters when you are uncertain. If one is experiencing great benefits with lesser side effects then it is fairly a good hint that one is doing the right track.
Perhaps, I should ask my cousin about it. I don’t want to end up in a hospital just because of overdose or some deadly complications. My cousin is also a bookworm. I am confident he can share to me some juicy insights.
Need to call him…