Feeling Wimpy? Build Muscles

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As a teenager, I never really experienced being part of the popular group. I was sickly, loved staying home and did not really enjoy being with people. Some people even saw me as a wimp. It was not a big deal for me but things had to change when I went to college. I have to get a job and study at the same time. Unfortunately my body did not look like I could manage to work and study at the same time.

Feelings towards the opposite sex have also started to occupy my life. I know that with true love, someone who would like me for who I am and not for what I look like. But as my first two semesters in college passed, I know I could not fool myself anymore. I had to do something to improve the way that I look, feel and probably see life.

Improving one’s self is a decision that comes into your life. It is not affected by what people say or may think of. When you start to feel the need to change and improve, you will, no ifs and buts, you just simply do. There is no turning back.

Starting is the most difficult part in changing, but once you have managed to take the leap, you find yourself having the trouble of stopping. In my case, it was easy for me to start I had friends that supported me and helped me in my journey towards change.

Being healthy and looking better physically is the first thing I had in mind. Being a geek myself, it was very easy for me to check on the latest innovations and medical help I can get to achieve the built that I want to have. I immediately bought protein powder online to include the supplement in my diet. Within two months, I saw the changes. My muscles started to get bigger, my weight started to improve and the most important thing is that I felt better about myself. I still go over Nutrition Warehouse’s website to read information and see testimonials of people who are experiencing the same thing like I do. Now I can say that I feel better towards myself and I have already started meeting friends.

The wimp in me is still there, I still sometimes feel inferior over the people that I meet at school and at work, but my confidence is slowly getting up there, and one day, I see myself as a happy, confident and a real man.

Resource Links:

How to Build Muscle Mass for Hard Gainers (buildingmuscle.org)

How to Build Muscle – The Ultimate Guide to Building Muscle (acaloriecounter.com)

Pre-workout Habits you Should Follow (ezinearticles.com)

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