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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsMost young guys step into the world of fitness watching a famous bodybuilder who's been winning. Some look up to movie stars who went shirtless and swept the audience off their feet. Now, there's nothing wrong with drawing motivation from these personalities, but there's a problem and it's a pretty big one. The Problem is Trying To COPY Them As It Is People start following these famous personalities for nutritional advice, which is the dumbest thing one can do. You know what's even worse than that? Paying these bodybuilders for their diet plans! What most men do not understand is that 1. They do not have the genetic gifts that a pro bodybuilder has. 2. They do not and cannot work out for hours like a pro bodybuilder. 3. They do not use steroids and even if they do, they are nowhere near the dosages that pro bodybuilders inject. All of these things, especially the steroids help these bodybuilders get away with crazy amount of food, at least for a few years. A normal gym rat on the other hand won't get away with for a week. If you try and follow these “muscle gain” diets and you'll get fat and wreck your health. Keep following these diets and you'll start developing a host of problems like anabolic resistance where your ability to pack on muscle mass is seriously impaired due being in an unnecessary caloric surplus for a long period of time. What A Huge Amount Of Uncalculated Food Does © Pinterest It makes you insulin resistant to start with, then comes leptin resistance and when in full swing, it blows you up like a balloon where you even start losing the pump no matter how hard you work a muscle. Strength gains diminish drastically, inflammation is high, and you even start suffering from low libido. Cutting down to lower body fat levels also become very very difficult due to the above mentioned conditions. This is the reason why following the same diets as pro bodybuilders is a very bad idea if you are not using the same amount of exogenous assistance and training the way that they are. Don't Pay For Problems © Pinterest The sad reality is that many people end up buying diet plans from these bodybuilders and internet 'contest-prep' gurus and end up regretting it after they make a mess of their physique. The funny thing is that these Gurus claim that these diets are customized when in reality, they make diet templates and email the one that is the closest to a person's details. Doesn't even come close to being customised for a person's needs and preferences! What Should You Do? When it comes to advice about nutrition and more importantly supplementation, never take the word of a pro bodybuilder for it. These guys are athletes, not nutritionist. Nutrition is not their area of expertise and you would never take the advice of a guy about a field that he is not an expert in, would you? It gets even worse when it comes to supplement as with boom in the supplement industry, every half witted moron who has six pack abs is now a sponsored athlete and expecting a honest advice from a sponsored athlete is quite simply, stupid. Following them for motivation is well and fine but you need to remember that the plans that you buy off the bodybuilders are their plans which were given to them by their Gurus and which they have been following blindly for years. These are neither tailored for your need or preferences nor are scientifically sound. © Pinterest You'll need a lot of trial and error to figure out which eating pattern works best for you. Mindlessly following a diet which makes you stuff your face with bland chicken breast and rice every 3 hours until you puke is the stupidest thing you can do. When in reality, you only need a surplus of around 200-300 calories above your maintenance to build muscles effectively. Don't believe me? Then keep paying someone else for the copy pasted templates and see how far it takes you. Ignorance is expensive. Nav Dhillon is an online coach with GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company that helps people with fitness goals right from losing weight to competing in bodybuilding shows. He has coached individuals from all forms of life, right from people looking to get in shape in general to national level bodybuilding and physique athletes. You can reach Nav on email@example.com or his Instagram handle if you are looking for professional help with your fitness goals.
13 Unusual Outfits To Copy From Saqib Saleem's Wardrobe That Will Definitely Impress The Ladies
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsStyle is subjective, yes, but when it comes to impressing your date in terms of your outfit, you have to walk the extra mile. Men's fashion has been evolving rapidly, and in order to keep up with the dynamism, only the best will do. Saqib Saleem is one of those rare Bollywood celebrities who has a rocking style game, but is underrated - just like his prowess as an actor. Here, we have compiled a list of 13 outfits from his wardrobe that are classy, edgy, and modern - or in a nutshell, will impress your date in a heartbeat: 1. A statement, pattered shirt with a well-fitted pair of trousers will always work. Crop the trousers at the ankles, wear a classy pair of shoes, and accessorize optimally (notice the pocket ornament Saqib is wearing) for a head-turning aesthetic. © Instagram 2. A well-fitted blazer will always give you an edge over everyone else in the room. We love the white detailing in this particular piece. © Instagram 3. Asymmetrical, complicated, draped ensembles are in, and your tailor better be a magician. Just look at this outfit! © Instagram 4. Simple, but intelligent tailoring can go a long way in making you stand out in a crowd. We are loving the contrast of white and duo-tone blue in this outfit with the asymmetrical hemline. © Instagram 5. Indian ethnic-wear can be surprising, but extremely sophisticated choice for a date that involves fine dining. Go for it! © Instagram 6. Sometimes, bright colours can do a lot, in terms of making the mood a little playful. Embrace colours like red and pink fearlessly. © Instagram 7. A pink double-breasted jacket that is flawlessly stitched - if this doesn't floor them, nothing will. © Instagram 8. When it comes to classy double-breasted suits, checks definitely should be on your priority list. © Instagram 9. This checked ensemble in powder blue is striking in its own right. Just look at that construction! © Instagram 10. Black and white doesn't need to be boring, provided this is how you pair them. Bonus: vertical stripes will make you look taller. © Instagram 11. An all-black fusion ethnic ensemble, like this one, will make sure that you're right on track when it comes to keeping up with the evolution of Indian wear. © Instagram 12. A well-stitched 3-piece suit is a classic, and you should definitely invest in one. © Instagram 13. When it comes to a brunch date, go for colours that are bright and 'summery'. This will definitely score you brownie points. © Instagram
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsWhen in the salon, we are often confused about how to get our beard shaped and styled. The result? We leave it up to the barber, and mind it, as crude as it might sound, not all of them are 'expert stylists'. Obviously, after that, we just end up with a beard style that we have to later rename 'regret'. But does it have to be this way? We certainly don't believe so, and therefore, have compiled a list of 5 easy to maintain (and easy to copy) celebrity beard styles. Take a look: 1. Kartik Aaryan © Instagram Kartik is sporting one of the most popular beard styles right now. If you have a decent growth, and want to keep it short and fuss-free, this is the style you should go for. Just tell your barber to use the trimmer on 3-4 (according to the length you prefer) all over, and use the razor under your chin, above your Adam's apple, and on your cheeks to give the desired definition. It's extremely easy to maintain as well. 2. Vicky Kaushal © Twitter For those of you wanting to sport the charming, low maintenance guy-next-door beard, Vicky Kaushal's beard is the ideal choice. All you need to do is maintain the length, that is, trim it close from time to time, and you're sorted. Just trim under your chin if you want to feel a little 'cleaner'. 3. Diljit Dosanjh © Twitter This simple beard style is a blessing for our homies with a patchy beard. A patchy beard doesn't essentially mean that shaving is a better alternative. Look at how baller Diljit looks here. Just get it shaped properly from time to time, and voila! 4. Anand Ahuja © Twitter Anand Ahuja has a good growth, but he prefers to keep it low key. He stands out by keeping a division between his moustache and the beard. You need a skilled barber to pull that off, but the good thing is, often, it's the natural facial hair growth pattern for a lot of men. A blessing in disguise, we say, if you know how to use it to your advantage! 5. Virat Kohli / KL Rahul © Twitter Notice how Virat and Rahul both essentially are sporting the same beard style here. All you need to do, is make the shape of the beard a 'V', and leave some space in the area your dimples are supposed to come (even if you don't actually have dimples). Give a little bit of definition to the moustache, and you're all set!
This is an entry about our IPS Community Suite 4.2 release We have introduced a feature which will allow moderators, with permission, to copy topics from the Forums application, into any custom database in the Pages application. New Moderation Item This feature will copy the contents of the first post of a topic, and copy it as the body of the new record. The moderator copying the topic will then be given a pre-populated form which will have the Title and Content fields automatically filled with the topic title and first post contents, which then can be modified to add any additional notes (such as an editors note at the bottom). The form will also include any custom fields that can be filled in, as well as all moderation options you would normally see when creating a record. Form Input In addition to all of the normal options you would typically see, there are two additional options. The first is the ability to copy all posts in the topic as comments on the new record. The second is the ability to post the record as the original topic author, or as the moderator copying the topic. This new feature is very useful when you might see a topic in the forums that you want to copy to an article or keep in a permanent knowledge base. View the full article