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  1. 4 points
    I'm mostly interested in his naked cat. Wait, that doesn't sound right...
  2. 4 points
    New pre workout inject in stock 50 mg test base, 20 mg superdrol, 20 mg anadrol 10 mg dbol. 100mg/ml
  3. 3 points
    Go see a naturopath doctor. You'll have to pay for your tests as the ones you want wouldn't likely be covered by provincial health insurance, but you'll get what you're asking plus a more supportive health professional.
  4. 3 points
    That’s my thoughts exactly, a continuous blast just isn’t at all good for you.
  5. 3 points
    My cruise is 200 mg of test. This is prescribed by my endo. But even before I started seeing him I was doing 200 and felt great and 'normal'. Everything always comes back great for bloods. I have thought about trying a cruise of test and 100-200 mg deca, but since i'm going to be doing a long offseason deca cycle it wouldn't be healthy for me to run that year long I suppose. Health is what's top priority in cruising.
  6. 3 points
    I cruise on 125mg-200mg max with nothing else thrown in. Cruising should be utilized to normalize your body and give it a break from super high hormone levels. I cruise at least 6-8 weeks minimum between blasts if not longer. You should be able to maintain your muscle mass on a cruise through good diet and weights/cardio, you might lose a little water weight on a cruise but should be able to retain most of your muscle. Cruise = normalizing hormone levels and letting the body rest imo
  7. 2 points
    Hahaha. Like arguing with a woman. You think you're getting somewhere but the further you travel the more you realize you're back where you started. And their capacity to carry on a 2 dimensional argument is infinite.
  8. 2 points
    Ya i find that i am more prone to cruise for a few months. I find that my sex drive is next to none with a 125 a week, cruise and sometimes i amp up my cycles early just so i can improve my libido lol
  9. 2 points
    Great video explaining why using aldactone is not wise and what kind of diuretic should be used. Dyazide is the diuretic of choice and potassium is not the culprit if cramping it is a sodium issue. T
  10. 2 points
    Here's what you need to know... Testosterone replacement therapy is as much an art as it is a science.Sadly, many doctors are crappy artists. A "normal" testosterone reading means almost nothing. You need to have total testosterone, free testosterone, and bioavailable testosterone measured to get a reasonably accurate hormonal picture. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) should be given based on symptoms instead of blood values. If you have no energy, gain fat easily, have trouble putting on muscle, have a low libido, and suffer from depression, you may need TRT. You have the choice of injections, gels, creams, pellets, or supplements in treating low T. However, testosterone injections give you the most bang for your buck. TRT causes very few negative side effects. TRT however, is contraindicated in men with existing prostate cancer. It can also cause an easily treatable condition where your blood thickens. Some benefits of TRT happen quickly, while others take years. Libido can improve within weeks, as can depression, but loss of body fat and an increase in muscle takes months to plateau while continuing on at a lesser pace for years. Are Your Balls Doing Their Job? So you just got the results of your blood test and your testosterone charts out at 600 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dl) of blood. You know that "normal" is somewhere between the range of 200 and 1100 ng/dl. So you breathe a sigh of relief and mentally give your balls a slap on their backs for a job well done in kicking out a reading of 600. But what does that number really mean? "Normal" Testosterone Means Zilch Unfortunately, that reading of 600 ng/dl means almost nothing. Testing for testosterone is rife with inconsistencies. Blood values of testosterone vary by the minute and the day. The only way to get a reasonably accurate reading would be to collect urine over a 24-hour period and have the lab use it to measure testosterone and its metabolites. Alternately, you could donate at least three blood samples from different times during the day. The lab would then pool the samples together and test that sample. But nobody does it that way. It's more expensive, more time consuming, and more inconvenient. Besides, the doctor would think you were nuts for even suggesting it because, really, who are you to question him, you hapless mortal, and why are you worried so much about your T levels? You should be content with vague blood readings, average testosterone levels, and at least quasi-functional balls like the rest of the sheep on the planet. And even if you did pool multiple blood samples, it still wouldn't tell you much. For one thing, even though the results might indicate that you have a normal level of testosterone, it might not be normal for YOU. Maybe you would've measured a high octane 1100 when you were in your twenties, but now you're sputtering along at a comparatively low octane 600 and spend your days Facebooking, or it's offline equivalent, scrap booking. The only way you'd know what was normal for you is if you'd established a testosterone baseline reading before you turned 30. But again, nobody does that. The Other Players: SHBG and Estradiol Then there's the issue of steroid hormone binding globulin, or SHBG. It's a glycoprotein that literally binds up the sex hormones, including, on average, about 60% of your testosterone, and that percentage keeps climbing as you grow older. The more SHBG you have, the more of your testosterone is bound up, leaving less of it free to do all the good stuff. So while your testosterone level may be 600, a good portion of it is locked up. It can be maddening. It's like having a genie in a bottle that you can't uncork. That's why, at the very least, when trying to determine your T levels, doctors should ask the lab for your total testosterone levels, your "free" testosterone levels, and your "bioavailable" testosterone levels so you can get a little bit better of an idea of what your situation is. But, you guessed it, nobody does that, at least very few conventionally trained doctors. And we can't forget about estrogen, or more specifically, estradiol levels in men. Your testosterone levels may read normal, but if estradiol levels are high, it could thwart testosterone in its efforts to make you the man you're supposed to be. As you can see, determining normal testosterone levels is a tricky beast. So, regardless of what your lab values are, and given the problematical nature of the lab tests, you have to instead rely on symptoms and the simple desire to be more than you are, hormonally speaking. The Symptoms of Low T Do you have less energy? Have you experienced an inexplicable increase in body fat and have trouble losing it? How about a loss of muscle tone and an inability to make progress in your workouts? Does your erection sometimes falter and wane? Do you think more about your lawn than lady parts? How about premature aging? Difficulty in concentration or memory? Depression? Or maybe a lack of "appropriate aggressiveness" where you don't take the initiative in matters of business or the heart? Maybe you're nervous, or always pissed off, ready to tear the head off the pudknocker in line in front of you who bought the last damn cinnamon roll? Any of these things could be indicative of low T, including, seemingly paradoxically, that last item on the list about undue anger levels. Historically, low testosterone, or hypogonadism, has largely been a problem of middle age and beyond. A 2006 study reported that 39% of men over 45 suffer from it. Another study said that while 13 million men in the U.S. may be deficient in testosterone, fewer than 10% get treatment for it. That's quite a chunk of human change, but consider that these statistics reflect only those men that were clinically deficient, i.e., their lab tests indicated they were low. It leaves out the millions – many who are young or relatively young – whose lab tests say they may be fine but based on their symptoms, are probably deficient. It also ignores the younger men who don't typically get their T levels tested. Millions of them are likely deficient, too. Not because of old age, but because of environmental estrogens, pituitary and testicle stifling chemicals in general, and probably even a soft, cushy, modern, convenience-filled low-testosterone lifestyle. In fact, it's speculated that the testosterone levels of today's average man are roughly half of what his grandfather's were, at a comparative point in life. Get the Right Lab Work Done Your first task is to find a progressive doctor, or at least one who isn't threatened by a patient who knows what he wants. Luckily, there are now plenty of low-testosterone treatment centers around the country. Unfortunately, many of them are in it for quick dough and they aren't likely to be as informed on the topic as you'd like them to be. All the more reason for you to take charge. Once you find the right doc, describe your symptoms, confess your desire to get testosterone replacement therapy, and ask for lab work. But make sure you get tests done in exactly the way specified below. (For instance, if you don't ask for a "sensitive assay" estradiol test for males, they're going to measure your estradiol the same as if you were a ballerina from the Bolshoi ballet suffering from menstruation problems.) Ask for this lab work: Testosterone, total Testosterone, bioavailable Testosterone, free Estradiol (sensitive assay) Steroid Hormone Binding Globulin Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Luteinizing Hormone (LH) Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) Complete Blood Count (CBC) Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Blood Chemistry Panel Metabolic Panel These tests will give a fairly good baseline reading of where you stand so that when you have follow-up blood testing done three to six months later, you can see if you're on the right dosage and whether you're suffering any insidious negative side effects. What Are Your Choices For T Replacement? If you test out as deficient in testosterone, or if you have symptoms of low testosterone, you likely want to do something about it. There are definitely over-the-counter supplements designed for this very purpose. (Alpha Male® and Tribex® are the most potent.) And while effective, they're best used by healthy younger men who want a boost in T levels for bodybuilding purposes. They probably aren't the best choice for men who are clinically low and who've made the choice to undergo what's usually a lifetime commitment to testosterone replacement therapy, or TRT. 1. Testosterone Injections Testosterone injections are the creme de la creme of TRT. While it's true that testosterone gels (see below) create a more natural ebb and flow of testosterone, injections, provided they're administered properly, give you the most muscle-building, libido boosting, rock-your-world bang for the buck. You essentially have two injectable choices in America, testosterone enanthate and testosterone cypionate. The half lives of these esters differ slightly, but it's not that big a deal, especially if your dosing is adequate and you've chosen a suitable injection method and schedule. For most men, 100 mg. a week of either ester is enough for effective TRT. However, some men need less and some men need more, possibly up to 200 mg. a week. Beyond that amount and you're pretty much on a mild bodybuilding steroid cycle instead of testosterone replacement. Even if you're injecting weekly (always on the same day), you still might suffer a bit of a low-testosterone lull as you get further away from injection day. To remedy this, many men split their dosage in half and inject twice a week instead of once a week. Doing so keeps your blood levels of testosterone fairly stable. And while many men micromanage their hardest workouts to coincide with the peaks and troughs of their TRT, it's largely an unnecessary battle, especially when you're giving yourself two injections a week. Injections given that close together ensure that you're pretty much always riding a peak. Additionally, you might want to consider subcutaneous injections rather than intramuscular injections. Dr. John Crisler, noted testosterone guru, insists that sub-q is much more effective, so much so that 80 mg. of testosterone injected under the skin is equal to 100 mg. injected intramuscularly. Plus, he adds, you don't poke your muscle bellies full of thousands of holes over the course of a lifetime of TRT. All you do is take a pinch of skin on your glute, thigh, or even belly, and inject a tiny needle into the fold at either a 45-degree or 90-degree angle. Fully depress the plunger, release the skin, and you're good to go. Whether Crisler is right about the potency of sub-q injections isn't known for sure, but it has the ring of truth and it's worth a try. 2. Testosterone Gels As mentioned above, testosterone gels provide a much more natural androgen rhythm and there's probably some argument to be made that mimicking the body's natural rhythms is the way to go. However, many believe it doesn't have the same bang for the testosterone buck as injectable esters. Besides, gels have their drawbacks. You should only apply gels to freshly showered skin. You should refrain from swimming or working up a sweat for at least an hour. Furthermore, you can't, under any circumstances, let a child or female (especially a pregnant one) come into contact with the treated area until it's absolutely dry. If you do decide to use gels, you must apply them once (or in some cases, twice) a day. Don't use your hands to apply the gel, though. Any gel on the hands doesn't soak in to the bloodstream. It's like applying gel onto an old catcher's mitt, which isn't very permeable. Instead, squeeze the gel onto your forearms and rub them together. That way you won't waste any. 3. Everything Else Just about everything else, including creams, pellets, and sublingual drops, isn't much worth discussing. Granted, creams can be effective, but they're messy and they don't penetrate the skin as well as gels. Pellets and drops, however, are either ineffective or impractical and make accurate dosing all but impossible. There are, however, other protocols that have proven to be effective in treating secondary hypogonadism (where the hypothalamus, for whatever reason, isn't telling the pituitary to produce LH and FSH, which in turn cause the testicles to produce T), like selective estrogen receptor modulators, or SERMs. Two of the most commonly known ones are Clomid (clomiphene) and Nolvadex (tamoxifen). They simply trick the pituitary into producing LH, which then tells the testicles to get to work. Exact protocols are beyond the scope of this article, though. TRT, Your Testicles, and HCG One of the big fears about undertaking TRT is infertility and shrinking balls. While TRT does reduce the number of sperm that a man produces, it'd be foolish to think that your replacement dosage has rendered you safe from becoming a daddy. In many cases, though, the testicles will shrink and sperm count will drop, but these effects are easily prevented by concurrently administering human chorionic gonadotropin, or HCG. The drug mimics LH so that your testicles don't shut down. They'll still produce sperm and they'll still produce testosterone, so shrinkage won't occur. Additionally, there are LH receptors throughout the body, and HCG attaches to these system-wide receptors. Anecdotally, at least, this causes men on TRT and HCG therapy to report feeling pretty damn good. HCG is administered subcutaneously via an insulin needle and it's easily available to your doctor through various compounding pharmacies around the country. The generally recommended starting dose is about 100 iu a day, working up to higher daily doses or, alternately, 250 or 500 administered twice a week. The Potential Negative Side Effects of TRT There are a small number of bad things that can happen when on TRT. One is only an issue if you have prostate cancer before starting TRT therapy. Note that there's absolutely no evidence – even after researchers have compiled thousands of studies and patient histories – that TRT can cause prostate cancer. However, for some reasons that we don't totally understand yet, TRT can make prostate cancer worse. That's why it's important to have digital rectal exams (DREs) every year while continuing to monitor prostate specific antigens (PSA). TRT can also cause a condition called polycythemia, which simply means that the testosterone therapy has caused your body to produce too many red blood cells. Instead of freely flowing through your veins, your blood gets thick and spurts along like the stuff that comes out of the Dairy Queen soft serve machine and it can understandably cause heart attacks and strokes when it clogs up your plumbing. That's why it's important to monitor both hemoglobin and hematocrit. If hemoglobin exceeds 18.0, or hematocrit exceeds approximately 50.0, you either need to adjust your dosage of testosterone, donate some blood to the Red Cross, or submit yourself for what's called therapeutic phlebotomy (a simple blood draw in a doctor's office). What About Gyno and Heart Attacks? The much-dreaded gynecomastia is almost unheard of in males receiving TRT. Gynecomastia, or the growth of male breast tissue, is seen almost exclusively in men taking pro-bodybuilder levels of testosterone (1,000 to 3,000 mg. a week) or testosterone analogs. Hair loss is a possibility, but it seems to stabilize in your 30's. If you've made it that far without losing your hair, it's highly doubtful that TRT will make things any worse. All of the rest of the stuff you may have heard about testosterone causing heart attacks or anything else bad is horribly, horribly wrong. If anything, men with low testosterone levels are much more prone to a host of maladies, including heart disease, diabetes, dementia, and pretty much everything else usually associated with old age, death, or decrepitude in males. What to Expect from Testosterone Replacement Therapy Testosterone does cool stuff to the body, but it usually doesn't happen overnight. While you might start feeling pretty good, almost elated, after starting therapy, the various physiological benefits take varying amounts of time. Sexual benefits. These kick in fully at about week 3 and plateau between weeks 19 and 21. Depression. If it's a factor, depression often starts to lift by about week 6, but maximum benefits take longer. Anxiety, sociability, and stimulation of the cerebral cortex (the part that controls attention and even creativity). These start to improve at about week 3, plateauing about 3 months after beginning therapy. Insulin sensitivity. Starts to increase in just a few days, with effects becoming evident (less body fat) in 3 to 12 months, but often continuing for years. Increased muscularity. This is highly dependent not only on having adequate testosterone levels, but genetics, diet, lifestyle, and training. However, generally speaking, testosterone therapy can positively affect muscularity in as little as a month, peak at about a year, and then continue at a slower pace for some time. The good life. And then there's the intangible benefit known as life enjoyment. It's what you often get when you combine all of testosterone's benefits, the physiological and the psychological, into one. It can't really be measured, but it's oh-so valuable. Just make sure you find a doctor that understands that.
  11. 2 points
    The average pro does not use 5+ grams of gear. This is a myth parroted on the internet as an out for people who either don't have the genetics to get big or can't put in the work and consistency to get big. I think you're believing far too much of the garbage online. You're saying the average 180lb would run 900mg - 900mg can easily get you to a solid 220lb, 180lb should be natural. You're saying that someone at 180 would be cruising - there is absolutely no need unless it's medical hrt. I almost feel like I should call out exact names but if anyone knows some of the top Canadian pros of the last 10 years you'd know how off base this is. I guess specifically we can talk about is Fouad because he's open with it. He said he runs 1200-1500mg test and then would run something like 600mg of deca or 400mg of tren. I believe he said he's never gone above 500 tren. So you're cycle of 2800 test and 1400 tren, you've literally doubled what a pro who's competed at the Olympia at 270lb has done. I personally know a pro who I would say is the top pro out of Canada currently and arguably up there of best Canadian of all time. Unless he's just flat out lied to me with complete consistently since before he turned pro he's never ran a cycle above 2500mg, his total mg is lower than the test you said. I'm talking in all the conversations over the last nearly 10 years he's never said more than that. He also comes off completely after the Olympia (or whatever his target show was for the year) for 3-4 months. Sure he shrinks down but 2-3 weeks back on he's just as big. The only reason I'm harping on this is because I started to believe some of the shit too when I was a bit younger. The only guys I know taking crazy doses are the bloated always kinda chubby looks the same year after year 220-240lb guy who talks about gear too much at the gym. My best cycle in years was 1200mg a week with no orals. Which is one of my lowest doses in years and really the results came from diet and training. I had close friends call me a liar when they asked me what I was taking.
  12. 2 points
    We decided to create a cross breed. It will be our original helios + cardarine Cardarine at 5mg. This is simply our first version but we wanted to release a new item. We will be adding to this item as time goes on. We appreciate everyone's feedback as we make new items. I humbly say, I beleive our line up is second to no one and we are thankful we have a team full of innovators
  13. 2 points
    @Synyster we’re all grown men here stubborn as hell so we all make our own choices and live with them but believe it or not this community is about health and longevity too, I believe in one of Seth Feroce vids I watched I’m almost positive he said even him he cruises at between 125-175mg test-e going by how he feels , he states the same thing it’s not what your body can handle now it’s about longevity and how long you want to be around and continue doing this.
  14. 2 points
    Add the ventrogluteal to your site rotation. By far the best spot to inject IMO
  15. 2 points
    Used the maple website and got the blood lab paperwork i needed in less than 10 mins. Amazing. Highly recommend that service for anyone struggling getting blood work done in Canada. Gonna bring it in tomorrow and get it done. Really appreciate the help here
  16. 2 points
    I remember talking with Greg years and years ago back in the old ripped canadian days as he was an up and comer and into his pro card. Guy got into a mess years ago with the law but seems to have bounced back better than ever and his channel already has over 65,000 subscribers! He is one of those guys who has the knowledge of a scientific background (masters in kinesiology) with lots of nutrition courses, is an IFBB pro, and has tons of experience so can weed through the shite and call people out for what it is, and really is honest to goodness no bullshit. plus his anabolic french toast is insanely awesome! give his channel a spin especially with his latest vids! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLqH-U2TXzj1h7lyYQZLNQQ
  17. 2 points
    Check this out... Get Lab Tests From  Doc Online I found this recently and have just messaged them as it appears my extended health benefits might cover the cost making it completely unnecessary for me to even have to involve my useles doc lol...
  18. 2 points
    Few things ima clear up. Error for the delay begins on Ahmed's end. His order did not "supposedly" go out on Thursday, it did go out. Order was verified and payment was accepted on the 24th and was shipped on the 24th. Had his address been correct, it would of arrived next Friday. Vs the week and half delay which incurred due to his mistake of leaving out the unit number on his corrected order. Our orders are forwarded to our shipper. It's a simply copy and paste, so can't be an issue from us, which I did say to Ahmed. Ahmed right away accused our shipper of the mistake because he verified he sent correct info. I then provided screenshot of the addy he provided with order and he then apologized. Personally this is what ticks me off is when people jump the gun right away and blame a rep or someone else. Had he given his addesss correctly the first time, there would be no issue and we would have shipped the vial mix up. The delay in response later next week, it's simple. It's a long weekend and we shut down Thursday. We all got a life and I'm not taking work with me. This was blown way out of proportion because he seems agitated because his order is late but he can blame himself for that. But to assume we are ignoring over a vial is an immature reply but then again he blamed shipper right away, even when the mistake was his.
  19. 2 points
    No.... the mods are the mods. Nothing around here gets out of hand enough before a mod sees or deals with it. @CapeBretonDadBod, if you want to be a mod, just appeal to oly or northernlifters, they may make you one or tell you to get your post count up, or post quality up. Heaven forbid and until this board is like messo, the mods are doing a fantastic job. Us vets can always scold the newbs via or posts if they get out of line.
  20. 2 points
    @Littlefry your exactly right on brother bringing those hormones to as close to normal as can be , considering what we put our bodies through. I go 8 weeks . Enough to keep my dick working and keep the old lady happy.
  21. 2 points
    Brother 350-400mg of test is not a cruise brother your on at that dose, my cruise will consist of 150-175 mg sustanon per week and maybe 100mg proviron ed. That’s just my 2 cents I’m old so what do I know lol.
  22. 2 points
    What The Absolute F? This Doc Was Basically A Drug Dealer Yet Can Still Practice! I know about this as this doc is in the city where I live. Go read the report on the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons website (the link above) and be prepared to feel like you want to puke! The worst part of this is the realization that no matter what a doc does there is no point in complaining and you will never get any justice for being mistreated. The complaint process, for anyone that hasn't experienced it, is blatantly designed to prevent anyone from actually following through with a complaint against a doc. They tell you right off the bat that once you file the miles and miles of paperwork, it coul be 12 months before anyone even contacts you and many more months after that while they review whatever the accused infraction is! Who is going to waste that kind of time following through when you see stuff like this lowlife bitch doc get away with what she did with no more than a slap on the wrist or some scumbag POS doc who sexually assaults women and the only punishment is he's not allowed alone with women and has to have a sign up front proclaiming that!(that was in the news a while back) As someone who has been seriously mistreated by, and failed by, the system, and has been so badly disrespected and demeaned by arrogant asshole doctors, this sort of thing drives me into a rage beyond belief. I'm a big boy, spent 25 years working on and off as a bouncer in some rough joints whenever I needed spare cash for school, was inbetween other things, or was just bored lol, and I guarantee you there isn't a doc practicing in Canada that if they drove me into a rage like they have, had my wife not been there to remind me I'd be going out in handcuffs, that i wouldn't have been able to dismantle in level of biblical epic proportions but instead I had to lower my head and walk out, tail between my legs thoroughly embarrased and humiliated, even in front of a whole waiting room full of patients! File a complaint you are told! Ya right!
  23. 2 points
    @harry i see that you are new please read the rules , we are not a source board, this is not an acceptable first post, review all the boards rules as they are clearly posted, you will get the benefit of being new this time, next time you could have posting privileges suspended, with that being said and out of the way, Welcome to northern lifters, we have great content please read , learn and contribute. Most of all enjoy !
  24. 2 points
    Actually, this is another area where technology has changed the entire dynamic. Most fruits and vegetables that are sold frozen now are harvested while at their peak and then flash frozen which means that they are literally locked in time, but more importantly they are locked in their nutrient rich state. That will only start to degrade after they have been in that state for roughly a year, give or take a bit depending on the fruit or vegetable. The flash freezing is th extent of the processing. They are no longer blanched, a process that was seriosuly detrimental to the nutrient state. So go right ahead and buy good quality frozen fruits and vegetables as you aren't missing out on a thing. Now this does not apply to growing your own and freezing them. The flash freezing process is critical to the conservation of the nutrient rich state!
  25. 2 points
    Yeah BT have just about everything you need it’s kinda a one stop shop
  26. 2 points
    Probably because it is difficult to get bac water and the b12 won’t hurt it.
  27. 2 points
    So I’ve been using Bodytech for 7 weeks now. So far it has been a great experience, I did 3 small orders to try various things out and all went super smooth. Was already on Test and Tren when I started, but Bodytech gear put things into overdrive. For the last 7 weeks I’ve been running the following as my “base” (all Bodytech stuff): 250mg Test E per week 400mg Tren E per week 400mg Mast E per week Very happy with that. In addition I tried a few other things. -Ran two, 2 week cycles of Clen. Worked up to 150mcg per day and actually had the shakes. This has never happened to me before with clen. I know it’s best not to judge something by side effects, but it was working as it should and maybe even better. -Injectibale SuperDrol 15mg daily. Good stuff. Painless. Maybe placebo but puts me in the mood to lift. Got stronger on lower calories. Felt great. Also started to get a more thick/dense look. Almost like I was filling out, while dropping weight. -Injectable Winstrol (in water), about 35mg daily (half CC). No complaints, easy injection, usually very paranoid of shooting water based gear due to more likelihood of infection but not even a scare here. Never redness or swelling at injection site. -Proviron 50mg a day. Libido picked up on it, think with the combination of Winstrol, started to get the ‘harder look’ much quicker then usual. -Anavar, started at 50mg a day, bumped it to 75mg a day. Great pumps. Also, I swear after a few days of taking it, the fat loss in my stomach went turbo mode. Went from having abs, to really getting them to pop. Could be a combination of things, or just timing of my diet coincided with me starting anavar, but I’m not complaining. -Prami, 250mcg per day. Now this was the biggest shock for me. Never tried Prami before, as in the past I’ve only used Caber. Although Caber I got was always pharma grade, this liquid Prami blew it away. I didn’t get blood work so don’t know what my prolactin was at but I guess it was high because Prami changed my whole mood/libido/attitude real quick. Maybe I was a bit depressed, not sure but after taking Prami, I was happier, more talkative and just felt great. Like no stress at all. Only thing I did have to modify is stop taking it before bed as I think it gave me a bit of insomnia. So now I take it around lunch and feel fantastic. -Aromasin, works like it’s supposed to. Feel like estrogen is getting high, no morning wood, pop 12.5mg and a day or two and my morning wood is back. Can’t ask for much more . -Cialis, have on hand but haven’t tried yet, since I still have some 5mg tabs left to use. So overall, I’m more than satisfied with BT and the results I’m getting. I’ve attached a pic of my progress. Very happy with it, what was going to be a cut, has turned into a great recomp. Feel (and getting comments) that I’m actually growing while leaning out. Most likely an optical illusion, but I’m happy I don’t look like a tall stick yet (usually happens when I diet hard ha ha ). I’m going to continue for the next few weeks with the following: 250mg Test E per week (contemplating bumping to 500mg, but I’m one of those who’s libido gets worse, the higher the test. Maybe need more AI, not sure. But at the same time, I’m thinking why change things, when the current is working?), 400mg Tren E per week, 400mg Mast E per week. That’s it for injectables. As far as orals, will continue on Anavar and will probably bump it to 100mg to see how like it. Proviron will stay at 50mg. Will add 50mg Winstrol and proably work up to 100mg. (switching to orals, because I’m old and tired of injections. Hence why I stick to long esters). Will update in a few weeks on the progress. Thanks for reading (sorry for the essay, but hopefully will help someone), and thanks BT for the great gear and amazing service (which is seriously fast). Edit: To be fully transparent, also doing 10iu Humalog pre workout.
  28. 2 points
    all good now thanks for the help guys. just turned out to be a little leak.
  29. 2 points
    I don't think we will ever see another WW like what we think of with WWI and WWII. There certainly may be endless police actions and counter insurgency operations that will be traditional warfare based but I think if it ever comes down to and Allies vs Axis conflict again it will be a matter of whomever initiates the conflict setting the stage. Nukes will beget nukes pretty much for certain but there's also biological warfare and chemical. I think that there's also a pretty fair chance of a pre-emptive strike against provocateurs in perhaps the middle east or aisa. I don't think anyone will ever throw down with China but North Korea might get stomped on if they aren't careful and depending on who is in the Whitehouse at the time. The common thread though is that no matter what battlefield or how, it won't end well for anyone involved. There's just too much tech allowing a far too rapid closing of the gap/distance between parties. This is why the US and allies are always so focused on making sure that whatever tinpot dictator doesn't ever get long distance capabilities. Sure, you can put a dirty bomb in a suitcase but that's a long far cry from a mega-tonne warhead coming from as far away as N. Korea in the middle of your Christmas dinner.
  30. 1 point
    Are science proofs enough or is it all a scam?
  31. 1 point
    Sounds like you hit a vein, nothing to worry about. Happens bro
  32. 1 point
    but it is very confusing.... what is infinity? there must be an end point somewhere...
  33. 1 point
    To quote the infamous Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane from Dukes of Hazzard: “Good news, good news!” https://thegunblog.ca/2019/08/14/cacp-police-chiefs-lobby-opposes-gun-bans-the-canadian-press/ This is huge news. If Canadian police chiefs are not supporting a handgun ban, Turdeau and his Libtards don’t stand a chance of passing their stupid gun-ban laws.
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    I prefer EOD injects no matter what I'm running, but that's just me
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    Lats is an other good spot indeed. Theres two ways either with the arm up or across the chest. Personally I rather the arm across the chest I find it's more comfortable. You definitely don't want to always be pinning the same spot. The more in rotation you have the better in imo. Pushing a pin through some scar tissue gives me the same feeling as nails on a chalk board. Feels like you can almost hear the crushing.
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    That’s an amazing ride brother , love it !
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    Agreed. I have crossed international borders countless times with scripted narcotics in my checked luggage and anything that wasn't scripted, like supplemental meds that I had either run out of my script or that i couldn't get scripted at the time, just went into script bottle no issue. A few minutes with a LabelWriter and you can have legit looking script stickers on any bottle so.....
  38. 1 point
    Yup. The closest one to me is Niagara Falls but I would imagine Toronto too...not sure about smaller centers but their webiste would list them I would imagine. They also answer their phones in short order so if nothing else you can give them a ring.
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    Ya and what kind of arsewipe would it take in this day and age to give you grief over it....that's someone needs a trip out behind the woodshed as my grampy used to always say.
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    I get the same if I use any of the "antbacterial" type soaps. I use carbolic acid, charcoal, and clay/colloidial oatmeal soaps depending on how my skin is at that time. I also find that despite feeling like youw ant to take the scrub brush to those little pebbly annoyanaces on your shoulders they are better left alone and just thoroughly washed and lightly exfoliated. Oherwise they tend to get angry looking.
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    I finished the whole protocol. It did initially take away all the tendinitis symptoms in both my Achilles (and completely got rid of the tennis elbow), I started running again (which normally would set off the tendinitis by the next day), I progressively ramped up the intensity and frequency of my runs...at about 3 weeks out of running intervals I got up to 3x/w (30mins / 5K with one or two flat out runs and the rest of the time alternating between a fast jog / slow run and walking) before the symptoms started coming back...mind you I have not been running a maintenance phase (I just did the initial 4 week load) and perhaps should have but I wanted to test and see how it would hold up without continuing to run the TB and BCP. I have to admit I am impressed, these two drugs did more than RMT, Shockwave, and accupuncture did. It's certainly not a cheap solution but it seems to work at least in the short term. I am going to give it some time off and try this protocol again in the fall with the hope of returning to touch rugby in the winter to give it a proper test. This time I will continue to run at least a low dose of TB/BCP a couple times a week.
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    @Francis "Frank" Castle I have to agree with you wholeheartedly, I have had "run ins" with my doctor for years. Always left his practice feeling like I had been shit on and humiliated. The last straw came for me when I went to him with an issue I was having that was causing me great amounts of pain and he told me to, "suck it up princess." I was also told there was nothing he could do and that I needed to live with the pain. Needless to say I got a second opinion from another doctor who actually gave a shit and did his job, which is trying to help and care for people. I discovered my doctor misdiagnosed me, that it was very treatable and I didn't have to just "suck it up princess." My anger towards my now former doctor is immense. I would really like to tell him what I think of his antics but I feel my energy is better channeled elsewhere. It would be a waste of time to even attempt to let that arrogant puke know what I think of him. Sorry to rant but this "God complex" that so many doctors have drives me up the wall!
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    Tbh, I don't know lol. I've never used Asin or Letro before so this is going to be a first. But studies show a dose of 0.5mg-1mg Adex reduces estrogen by 50-80%. Letro at 0.1-0.5mg reduces estrogen by 75-78%. My ratio of Test:Adex is 100mg:1mg. So I have to base the dosage on some mathematics and feels. As for Asin, which I'll try first - before going the Letro route - is the standard 12.5mg E3D. Will do a blood test after two weeks to see how that's going. But there's no rebound with Asin so I'll have a better idea of whether I've crashed my E2 sufficiently.
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    Great link!. I love watching Dave's videos. I can't help but be thinking when I see him though about when the movie "Honey, I shrunk the Dave" will come out, lol...Obviously retired he's not going to stay huge but man it's such a difference when you look at photos from when he was competing. No surprise just hard not to marvel at what can be done with the human body!
  46. 1 point
    I personally pin twice a week 250mg x 2. I find no crash. When i am TRTing i will do once a week.
  47. 1 point
    This is my boy Noots. He's quite the character and although I will admit to a little bias, I wouldn't be hyperbolic if I said he's probably one of the most clever cats on the planet. I rescued him as a kitten, 3 years ago, after he was abandoned due to his requiring life saving medical intervention and the less than humanoid who happened to be his really poor guardian at the time wouldn't pay. Thankfully a patron of the shelter took care of it and while he was on the mend we met. I had lost my old fella of 22 years to inoperable cancer and was determined that he was not going to be followed by any more pets as I didn't feel that I could do it. My old guy was a huge bruiser of a buff colored tabby who weighed in at 19.5lbs, no fat just a really big boy and had the most wonderful temperament. He was with me through a divorce, through my "Leaving Las Vegas" era after the divorce, and through the rebuilding. He was my friend for 22 years until the largest of the tumors, he was riddled with at the end, somehow managed to move/grow enough to wedge itself against his windpipe and choke him to death. He died in my arms. So wife #2 and I are in a pet-smart in West End Toronto one day picking up food for her cat "Snarf" (the handsome ginger fella in the last photo) and they had some shelter cats in their kitten area and Noots was one of them, although at that time his name was "George" lol. I read his bio on the sheet stuck on the front of his little enclosure and while I was holding the sheet a little with my hanb I feel this little wet nose pushing through the bars of the cage, against my hand. I asked one of the associates if I could take him out of the cage and they said sure. I picked him up and he literally gave me the biggest hug his little front legs/paws could manage, right around my neck. I was hooked lol. The associate was still standing there and I asked if he was ok to go and she said yes but was I sure? That kind of confused me. he had been ready to go for a couple weeks and had been passed over because even though the surgery was successful, so no prob there, they were worried that because he was a runt size and not really growing that much ( having your stomach cut open at 5 weeks old might interfere a a bit ya think), and he had some breathing issues they hadn't identified yet, that he may not be the "hardiest" which might lead to upsetting circumstances. Now this whole time I'm talking to the associate Noots hasn't budged even a little from his hug around my neck. Too late now for the "long story short" segue I guess lol, that was a little over 3 years ago and as you can see he is quite well. He does have asthma for which, believe it or not, he gets 2 puffs of Flovent from an inhaler every day and sometimes a Salbutamol rescue puff but not very often any more. We have a special little apparatus that makes it easy and at bedtime I call him and he runs and jumps up on the bed and sticks his nose up in the air for me to put the little neoprene mask deal over his snout so he can get his puffs. After he gets a couple of his fav treats lol. I have a movie of this and I'll look for it in the morning so I can add it to this post. As you can see he is quite photogenic and he loves to ham it up for the camera. he also decides when its time for breakfast and is quite adept at making his point understood lol. He is never more than a couple of feet from me, except sometimes while napping in Fort Noots, and he literally understands every single word I say to him. That's taken a lot of time and attention to achieve but a lot less than i would imagine if he wasn't so damned smart! Ok I know, it's like baby pics right and I do ramble a bit when i talk about my little guy.
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    Just want to express my appreciation for BodyTech. Having an affordable reliable domestic that isnt fly by night is a godsend to the community. I hope you all appreciate the stress and work that goes in to doing what they do for us.
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    Here is my little get up ?
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    A firearm has more purpose than to "just kill". I'm a hunter and I use my rifle to obtain meat that i provide my family and many of my friends with. I live off that meat year around, and my family has lived this way for generations. My firearm is my protection when I'm camping, hunting, fishing hiking, or any other out door activity, and I've needed it for the purpose of protection many a time. My dad taught me how to shoot targets at 4 years old, in fact my whole family learned to shoot responsibly at a young age. I grew up on a farm and guess what the farmers used to kill the cattle, pigs, lambs before butchering, a firearm. When I hear a person say something as ignorant as "guns only have one purpose, kill" it drives me fucking crazy. Like I said above, people need to learn a bit about the subject before forming an ignorant opinion.
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