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As of December 1st, 2009, the FTC requires that all bloggers disclose whenever there could be any type of hidden interests or unspoken biases related to product recommendations.
If you’re a long time JCDFitness reader, you know I rarely recommend products, but when I do, they’re pretty awesome. If it wasn’t and I wouldn’t use it myself, I wouldn’t recommend it. I refuse to promote stuff I don’t like or care for, no matter what companies may offer me as payment.
So if you see a link or image with my recommendation, know that if you purchase through that link, I will likely get a small commission. We all have to eat.
The content here is my intellectual work and I don’t like it when I find others who steal my work, publish it on their own sites and call it their own. If you enjoy my rambling and want to reference it on your site, simply post an excerpt with a backlink to the content. Here’s an example.
When you lift weights intensely, you break your muscles down and they must go through a recovery phase.
As a result, you have to allow your muscles to recover before you can perform another training session with a similar intensity.
Intense weight training is the signal that tells your body it needs to repair itself and come back stronger.
But training must be intense, challenging, and should be focused on making progress in some manner. Either you’re adding weight and/or doing more reps or sets regularly.
This an excerpt from an article I read today over at JCDFitness about bulking. Check it out.