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    Question Supplement to make Muscle Hard?

    I am 40yrs old and have been working out for 6months i have learned how to eat right take protien has needed and i take creatine and a good multivitamin and workout 5days a week and feel good with what i have learned and am doing....but my question is is there a supplement out there to take to keep your muscles hard even after you workout or not working out?? Thanks ahead of time.

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    dont know what supplements, but in his book, arnold said that posing; constantly tensing and flexing his muscles made them hard...
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    Originally Posted by jag32 View Post
    I am 40yrs old and have been working out for 6months i have learned how to eat right take protien has needed and i take creatine and a good multivitamin and workout 5days a week and feel good with what i have learned and am doing....but my question is is there a supplement out there to take to keep your muscles hard even after you workout or not working out?? Thanks ahead of time.

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    Originally Posted by oldsuperman View Post
    Train hard for six more months, they'll get harder, promise! ed

    Hey ed, you may want to define Hard as in training, lot's a guys get discourged , they show up regular but really don't allways "push it"
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    With absolutely no disrespect intended I have to say that when I read the thread title:

    "Supplement to make Muscle Hard?"

    All I could think of was: Iron.



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    I know there are supplements to make a certain muscle hard but I don't know about all of them, lol. .
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    Originally Posted by oldsuperman View Post
    Train hard for six more months, they'll get harder, promise! ed
    can't beat that advice.

    maybe not accurate (i hesitated to say anything) but i have one suggestion: stop the creatine and see if it is rounding you out with extra water.

    you may need to up your conditioning to get lean and vascular. high volume training may be helpful too. but really, i think the body is beautiful when it is supple. but perhaps you just want to look muscular rather than loose the naturally relaxed shape and feel???
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    And yet, you definitely dont want to overtrain. That's a surefire way to get soft flabby muscles. Train hard as you can, but make sure you're getting enough sleep and recovering completely between workouts.
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    The only way your mucles are going to get "harder" is through diet. The right kinds of food (protein) will help with this.

    Also constant flexing and holding for 7-10 seconds daily will help alot to.

    I used to take a supplement called Vanadal Sulfate, it really helped alot to make my muscle dense and hard. I don't think they make it anymore and even if they do I don't think it is as potent as it once was.
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    Thumbs up Just want to say...

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    Originally Posted by FlyingV View Post
    And yet, you definitely dont want to overtrain. That's a surefire way to get soft flabby muscles. Train hard as you can, but make sure you're getting enough sleep and recovering completely between workouts.
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