“And they may even cut supplement costs over time, if less of the molecule is required by the manufacturer [to achieve the intended effect in the body].” People who feel isolated by personal training—or simply don’t want to pay high prices for it—often sign up for boot camps so they can work out with others who have similar goals in a more playful group setting.
But boot camps, which boomed through the past decade, are now on the wane.
If the supplements you take aren’t working, it may not be their fault.
Your body could just be incapable of absorbing them and letting them work as intended.
(Just one…more…mile.) To help you make sense of this new, new world, we compared where fitness has been with where it’s headed.