Most healthy male teens aspire to build up their muscles
and have strong bodies so they can be attractive to
girls. There is nothing at all wrong with this. It’s a part
of human nature in every culture on the planet.
However, God created us with certain genetic and
physiological limitations. For example, just as we are
physically incapable of eating 2 lunches or 4 dinners,
(although some may try,) muscles cannot grow at a
faster rate without spending the proportionate amount
of hard work in the gym.
Correct nutrition + proper exercise = developed
muscles. There is no other equation.
But young men the world over tend to be impatient and
want instant results. This has led to creative shortcuts
to the natural process of muscle growth. Taking ad-
vantage of this innocent teen eagerness to look better
now is a tactic some marketers take unscrupulous
If you come across any advertising or website that you
think offers unrealistic results or implies that the
promoted products are the next best thing to steroids or
are masquerading as steroids or pretending to be just
like steroids or other illegal and health damaging drugs
or compounds; send then to me here at mmusa.com
Together we can clean up the gutter that runs alongside
the high road to health, wellness and being in top
physical shape. So that our young people can be leaner,
smarter and stronger for their entire adult lives.