When I started blogging, I thought I was going to talk about fitness all of the time. Looking back, that was silly! I’ll admit that, too, because I had just started working out but I realize I started the blog as kind of a way of making a chronological blog for fitness. It’s a way of sharing with you the trial and error as I attempt to define my body and define myself.
“..I attempt to define my body and define myself.”
With that in mind, I think that it’s actually a pretty cool idea! However, I also like to talk about Crohn’s Disease and other autoimmune disorders. I also like to talk about nutrition and I like making “Join the Discussion”‘s about nearly anything, and I love blogging about random events.
..so, in retrospect, I think I had a good idea but I was totally limiting myself.
I realized that moving forward as I added more categories. Now, with the new webpage, I am hoping that you can easily navigate to any part of Maxed Out Muscles that you’d enjoy the most. I hope you enjoy it!
First post on “MAXED OUT MUSCLES”, or MOM for short, and I just want to keep it simple and say that building up muscle is mostly just a matter of consistency. Don’t worry about your gains too much or read a million articles. Just go to the gym and get shit done. As long as you are consistently working out, you will get amazing results in a year. Done.
I had an interesting thought today while writing a previous post. I was thinking to myself, “I could share a video to entertain them. I don’t know which one though. I really like Elliott Hulse’s videos but I think Brosciencelife videos are hilarious.”
Thinking about the two and how drastically different they are, I decided to share them both and let you decide who gives the better advice(yes, I know brosciencelife is satire but I think most of their viewers actually take their advice. Also, E. Hulse could be looked at in such a light due to his energetic attitude and off the wall advice at times…not hating, just stating).
Now, to compare the bro-scientist to the gym shaman.
To find the answer, subjectively, you can decide whose advice you’d take on preworkout in the videos below:
Gym Shaman Elliott Hulse:
Bro Scientist Dom:
There you have it! You got to see both perspectives and I’m sure you decided for yourself! With all that being said, I’m going to go drian a Monster and hit the gym!