If you got a minute, I wrote up 20 questions in True/False format that I am curious to know your opinions towards:
T/F (feel free to elaborate)
1. Creatine loading gives you quicker results--it is not another supplement industry scam.
2. ALA is a useful supplement like protein and creatine, it does not fit into the HMB/CLA category of having very little benefits for the amount of money you would spend to achieve them.
3. It is extremely difficult to eat too much meat, too many eggs, or drink too much milk
4. Cardio is detrimental for those who are bulking
5. Pro-Hormones have the same side effects as illegal steroids, a higher price, and little benefits in comparison.
6. The intake of carbs before bed has a negative effect on body fat.
7. Whey protein along with dextrose and or maltodextrin is by far the best thing you can put in your body post-workout.
8. Behind the neck presses/pulls are bad for you.
9. Multivitamins sold at pharmacies (Centrum, One A Day) are almost as good if not as good as higher potency formulas (GNC, Twinlab, AST, Animal Pak).
10. Your training habits should not alter when you go from bulking to cutting.
11. I often wear wrist wraps during my workout
12. I usually eat either eggs, oatmeal, or a combination of for my first meal of the day.
13. It is impossible to gain muscle and lose fat simultaneously.
14. The best type of cardio is alternating intervals of high intensity with low intensity running or biking.
15. Performing front dumbbell raises is overtraining if you have already done any type of shoulder press during that same workout.
16. Water is the best thing you can drink during a workout, forget those ABB drinks and any homemade concoction you've invented!
17. There is a such thing as too much tuna...I buy into the mercury hype.
18. White bread is pure evil no matter what your goals are.
19. Workouts should not exceed one hour.
20. Training to failure is a crucial element of bodybuilding.
Thanks to those who reply...I'll be back with my answers.