The Haunting at Mc Flattery's Gym.
 
 

By  Lee Milligan Jr




 It was late and the Gym was about to close. Reese looks over and sees his friend at the Spider Bench shaking as if he saw a Ghost. " Hey buddy you ok ? " Still no response. " Steve, snap out of it your starting to worrie me. " " I'm ok, I just thought I saw something over in the corner at the dead lift station. " " Well, perhaps I should tell you about a man who once trained here many years ago." "This man had died while training. It seems that he had a bad heart or so I've read." " I never knew about that happening here before." " Not many people do, but there are a few that have spotted a ghostly figure at the dead lift station." " Some say that he still comes here to train as if its his unfinished business if you will. Tell me what did you see ?." " I was just sitting here working the Spider Bench and I glanced over at the deadlift station. I swore I saw a man there doing dead lifts but then a moment later he disappeared. I went over to the station to find that no one was there , very strange."  " Yes, very strange indeed." "It looks as if he's only interested in finishing his workout." " Yea, that's one dedicated trainer for sure." He shakes his head and continues on with his training.

 The importance of Potassium in bodybuilding nutrition is scaresly underestimated. Potassium contributes significatly to muscle growth and muscle contraction strength. A high sodium level can interfere with protein synthesis thus reducing the potential for proper muscular developement. Potassium restores the natural balance which brings about a suitable muscle growth environment. Potassium contributes to the release of insulin from the pancreas which is responsable for proper amino acid uptake into the muscle cells. Research also shows that Potassium increases circulating levels of growth hormone and IGF-1 which is responsible for direct muscle development. Good sources of Potassium are Milk , and an amino acid chelated form from a supplement.
 

Please remember to always consult with your Doctor before starting any new supplement and training program.
 
 
 

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