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Get Started With a Bodybuilding Program – The Safe Way | Crazymass

Get Started With a Bodybuilding Program – The Safe Way | Crazymass
By Crazymass 2 months ago 680 Views

Welcome to a brand-new year. If you have goals to embark on a bodybuilding journey during 2018, you’ve come to the right place. There are thousands of resources out there to help you get started on this journey of growth and gains, but we’re going to make sure you have the most sound and safe advice. Let’s get started.

First of all, make sure your mindset is right going into this new lifestyle. Bodybuilding programs require a ton of patience, positivity, motivation, commitment, research, and consistency. You’re not going to see results overnight – if someone does see results overnight (or even in a week), that usually means they made some drastic changes that aren’t safe, healthy, or effective in the long run. Your best bet is to do things safely and over a long amount of time. In other words, the slower your results are, the more maintainable your lifestyle changes will be.

If you go into a new journey thinking you’re going to cut your current calories in half, do 2 hours of cardio per day, instantly get a 500lb squat, and only eat chicken and broccoli, you’re going to be majorly discouraged when you find that’s not sustainable or healthy in the long term AT ALL. Instead, go into this journey with the mindset that it might take YEARS for you to reach the goals you’re striving for. And that’s okay – that’s what makes bodybuilding such an admirable sport.


Secondly, you’ll want to become super-realistic with your new bodybuilding program. Are two-a-days really possible with your schedule? Or would 5 workouts per week, incorporating heavy lifting and HIIT for cardio, be more efficient for your current lifestyle? Sometimes, the less time you spend in the gym, the more effective your workouts are. This may not be true for everyone, but try it out for you. Instead of gliding on the treadmill nonchalantly for 45 minutes, challenge yourself to doing 10 all-out sprints, taking about 10-15 minutes total (including rest time in between sprints). When you’re realistic and somewhat flexible about your gym routine, your nutrition plan will become much easier, and you can begin adding safe muscle building supplements to help you reach your goals.


With nutrition, it’s all a mind game. Life itself is kind of a mind game. So, keep this in mind when you eat nothing but whole foods for 2 weeks and your body is craving a treat. Sometimes, it’s easy to pass these cravings on and distract your mind with something else. If not, maybe your body really does need a bit of a refeed. Try to keep treats to a minimum, but don’t deprive yourself for so long that it results in skipping the gym due to low energy, or binging because all you want is something sweet. Here are a few ideas for some healthy treats to enjoy in moderation:

  • A few pieces of dark chocolate
  • 1 serving of low-calorie ice cream
  • Flavored Greek yogurt with granola
  • Sliced apple and peanut butter
  • A protein milkshake made with whey protein powder and your choice of ice cream


When you’re trying to choose safe muscle building supplements for your new bodybuilding program, be sure to do your research. It’s easy to fall victim to advertisements in magazines or billboards that promise you’ll gain 40lbs of pure muscle in one month. Again, it’s not realistic or maintainable in the long term. Healthy and safe bodybuilding supplements will work slowly over time, and they won’t damage your liver or other vital organs that are essential for overall health. We highly recommend going with a safe muscle building stack – because it covers all of your bases and it comes with super-easy instructions to follow. If your budget is lower, or you’re not ready for a full stack yet, it’s best to get started with safe muscle supplements such as a simple protein shake and a testosterone booster to help you inside and outside of the gym. Here are Crazymass’ employee and customer favorites to help guide your strength and muscle gains:

We hope you’ve found this advice helpful, and there are some great additional tips to stay safe and healthy in the gym on this website. Best of luck during your new bodybuilding journey – we hope it brings you hard cuts, massive gains, intense lifting regimens, and delicious, clean eating! These changes you’re about to make are going to improve your life in more ways than one!