Steroids are muscle-building supplements that boost muscle mass and performance. As a bodybuilder, steroids that guarantee you good results without causing any adverse effects on your health are great as compared to anabolic supplements that can actually prove to be quite unsafe in the long run. Also, for bodybuilders, who intend to achieve a certain physique, it is very crucial to know the dose when it comes to taking legal steroids because they contain different ingredients.

Some of the things a bodybuilder should consider before taking any steroids include; health condition – do you have any heart disease? Intended purpose – is it for weight loss or for workout?. Pregnant or breastfeeding women are advised against taking steroids because the effects are yet to be established. However, most legal steroids are safe for both women and men.

Every bodybuilder should also be aware of steroids that contain clinically effective dosages in their formulations. Bodybuilders prefer to use steroids with clean and pure natural ingredients like crazy bulk legal steroids which are a safer version of anabolic steroids. For one to achieve the required goals, some effort has to be put even as you continue using steroids. The steroids basically maximize your performance during workouts and accelerate muscle recovery.

While taking steroids, bodybuilders should consider the dose recommendations suggested by the manufacturer to avoid any overdosing or misuse of the steroids. Unfortunately, illegal steroids are available everywhere exposing bodybuilders to the possibility of getting addicted to the substances and hazardous risks on their health. An addiction to any of these illegal substances may have irreversible effects on an individuals’ life.

Legal steroids are advised because they are acceptable in most places because they do not contain any chemical substances or additives harmful to the health of an individual. They can either be aimed at burning fats or act as supplements for strengthening the muscle mass. Bodybuilders should be able to choose the right steroids depending on their needs.

Unlike steroids where individuals have to inject themselves and be subjected to the physical pain, legal steroids are available as pills which are taken orally thus making them more effective. Steroids work by enhancing a persons’ bodybuilding process which is achieved by triggering the testosterone and Human Growth (HGH) Hormone to give you a bulky or ripped body.

Patience and consistency 

Even as you use legal steroids, you shouldn’t expect a ripped body overnight. It takes resilience and patience before one can see the results or outcome. It may take two weeks to one month before one can see any outcome. At first one might have mild effects such as headaches but all this goes away once your body gets used to the steroids.

Illegal steroids, on the other hand, have several side effects on the body that bodybuilders should be aware of. These side effects include – cardiovascular complications, high risk for hair loss, shrunk testicles and altered sex drive among others. Every bodybuilder should thus familiarize himself with legal steroids for guaranteed great performance and results with no side effects on your health.

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How to Trick Your Brain into Making Better Decisions (Backed By Scientific Studies)

What are some tools to use for effective decision making? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing site where questions are answered by people with unique insights. This answer was shared by Charles Duhigg, staff writer for the New York Times and author of Smarter Faster Better, on Quora:

Here is what scientific studies say will help you make better decisions:

Thinking through various, contradictory possibilities, and then trying to force yourself to figure out which ones are more or less likely, and why. (This is known as probabilistic thinking, and studies show that it significantly increases the quality of people’s decision making.)

Say, for instance, that you are trying to decide whether your group of rebels should attack the Death Star. Seems like an easy decision, right?

After all, the Death Star is filled with jerks, and it has a big glaring weakness (that apparently no architect considered when designing the ship): one well placed shot can blow up the entire thing.

If you are some hillbilly from Tatooine, you’ll charge off into space. You’ll think about this decision in binary terms (“The Empire=bad. The rebels=good. What can go wrong?”)

But, if you are practiced at decision making, you’ll probably do something a bit differently: you’ll sit down with Adm. Ackbar, and you’ll try to envision the dozens of different outcomes that are possible. (“We could get defeated before we make it to the ship. We could make it to the ship and not have enough X-wings.

We could have enough X-wings but then miss the shot. We could make the shot but our intel could be wrong. We could have good intel and make the shot and the Death Star blows up, but our reward is Jar Jar Binks…” You get the point.)

Now, here’s the thing: you aren’t going to be very precise at assigning probabilities to all those possibilities. (“What are the odds that our intel is bad?”) But forcing yourself to think through all the possibilities and then simply TRYING to assign odds will be really helpful in revealing what you do and don’t know.

So, maybe you are pretty certain that your intel is good, and maybe you are pretty certain that, if they can get close to the Death Star, your pilots will hit the target (because, after all, you’ve got the force on your side), but you aren’t particularly certain that you have enough X-wings to make sure that you’ll get close to the Death Star.

Now you know which parts of your plan are weakest, you know what you need to learn more about and what problems you need to solve to increase the odds of success.

Our brains, left to their own devices, prefer to think about choices in binary terms. (And, from an evolutionary standpoint, this is really efficient.)

But to make better decisions, we have to force ourselves to think probabilistically – AND THEN WE NEED TO GET COMFORTABLE WITH THE FACT THAT PROBABILISTIC THINKING TENDS TO REVEAL HOW MUCH WE DON’T KNOW.

It is scary to confront uncertainty. It can make you crazy and anxious. That’s why it is so much easier to look at choices as binary options (“I’ll either succeed or fail”) or deterministic outcomes (“I ended up married to her because she was my soulmate.”)

But if you genuinely want to make better decisions, you have to fight that instinct, and make yourself think about multiple possibilities – both the good and the bad – and be really honest with yourself about what you do and don’t know (and what is knowable and unknowable.)

And then you have to take a leap, and make a decision, and see it as  an experiment that gives you data, rather than a success or failure that you should congratulate yourself on/beat yourself up about.

Because, unfortunately, the force doesn’t really exist. But probabilities do.

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