I believe that it is all about putting together the right combination of nutrition and muscle building exercises.
I never resorted to taking steroids because I didn't think that there was much challenge in taking drugs. The drugs do all the work. I like the challenge of creating a physique within my own genetic limitations. I don't care about the ego crap. I am secure with my body and my strength and weaknesses.
The bodybuilding lifestyle is a way of life that only a small percentage of people follow and understand. When I started bodybuilding I was a teenager, my friends and family didn't know what it meant to bodybuild. I always had to defend my way of life. Even today when I show pictures of my physique to people who don't understand bodybuilding they don't know what to say. They don't understand the type of discipline and mental fortitude that is required to change the look of the body, not appreciating the hard work. They just make fun of it all.
I always felt that the human body is God's greatest creation and that we should respect and keep it healthy and clean (inside and out). I have a tremendous respect for our creator and I am thankful for all that we have been given. I feel privileged to be able to experience life on this Earth. I have never taken life on Earth for granted. I am honored to be here. To show my respect to the creator I have chosen to always take care of His greatest creation-- the human body.
It has been twenty-three years since the photo above was taken. So I figured it was time to do another photo shoot to see how my programs were working. The following pictures were taken last week September 27, 2011. I had just finished my 6 month Buff Daddy program. Here are the results.
BUFF DADDY: Bodybuilding For The Family Man COMING SOON!!!
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