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  1. 3 points
    Not that I’m a pro or would even consider myself close to that level. BUT I have run doses like that - and frankly even a little higher. And some guys I’ve had great conversations with like al durrah and Dorian Hamilton will even tell you doses like that are not uncommon for people looking to push the envelope (some of those are moderate - id even argue, you’ll see much higher in the competition scene). Something though I think that people don’t necessarily realize though is that just because this person is using 500-750mg Test now and sits at 280 doesn’t mean that’s what he used to get there. My cruise dose is 300mg of Test and I sit at a decently lean 250lbs but let’s not forget that I’ve pushed for higher doses to achieve that. Now im not advocating such doses and I’m certainly not saying that it’s needed. But do you really think most people will admit to crazy doses? I doubt it. But they may (and more than likely) respond greatly to androgens - it happens, that’s why they’re the best. You can’t fit everyone in the same box and say well you need 500mg of Test and no more. Some may grow like weeds and other to get the same progression may need 1,200+ just the way it is. And in regards to the health component... I’d actually say the vast majority of people who use, regardless of dose are ignorant to their health. Out of sight out of mind. And that’s the worst thing you can do.
  2. 3 points
    4 new items added Ripped is our new spring blend. 50mg Winstrol and 50 Stanolone (Pure DHT) Metribolone, another version of oral tren 1.5mg/ml Inj Winstrol at 75mg/ml Inj superdrol 30mg/ml
  3. 2 points
    yes its for vets,there is a buy sell trade section there. ill set you up
  4. 2 points
    Minimalist recipes are the only way to go for a lazy person. Why? Because having to go back to the store to get that one special ingredient you forgot is a pain, measuring out 50 different ingredients is a pain, and then putting all their bags, boxes, and canisters away is a pain. Unless of course you love baking; many people do. I'm not one of them. Laziness, remember? So if you're like me, this minimalist recipe is for you. It only has 7 ingredients and if you make this often enough, you can eye-ball them without measuring a thing, the way our great grandmas used to bake. Ingredients 3 Cups old fashioned oats 2 Cups water 1-1/2 Cups vanilla Protein 1 Cup Splenda (the kind that's used for baking and equal to sugar cup for cup) 1 Heaping cup frozen blueberries 1/2 Teaspoon baking soda 1/2 Teaspoon salt Directions Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Start with the oats in a mixing bowl and add the water first. You want them to begin soaking it up.Add the other ingredients (except berries) and mix everything together. Then fold the berries in too.Spray a 9x9 cake pan with coconut oil. Then use protein powder to coat the oil. This will keep the cake from sticking. (You can just use a non-stick baking spray if you prefer.)Dump the batter into the pan and spread it out evenly. Put it in the oven and bake for 25-30 minutes or until done. You can tell it's done when the top looks golden brown, and the edges of the cake slightly pull away from the sides of the pan. Note: Bake time will depend on your oven and elevation. Also, some ovens are more powerful than others. If you usually bake your cakes and cookies at 325, then do so here too.Slice into 9 somewhat equal pieces by cutting 3 lines horizontally and 3 vertically. Options You can use any berry you like. Strawberries are awesome for this recipe. If you're making this for someone who likes their desserts super sweet, feel free to adjust the recipe and either increase the Protein a little, or add a bit more Splenda. Feel free to add your favorite spices: cinnamon and cardamom are my favorites. If you're a nut lover, toss in some chopped walnuts. Nutrition Info Per Piece Total calories: 173 Fat: 2.8g Carbs: 24.6g (3.6 from fiber) Protein: 13.4g
  5. 2 points
    mt2 caused me major issues the first time i used,the slightest rub of my briefs against my cock would give me a boner. i know TMI but had to
  6. 2 points
    I get a kick out of this shit. One board says certain stuff is gold and the other is pure shit. Cant even believe reviews anymore. Glad i have a few good sources and dont have to use or believe any of this crap. What a joke
  7. 2 points
    i agree with LF4 and go with npp,id pin it with my test e twice a week
  8. 2 points
    Deca for bulking. Eq is a nice addition to other stacks to help with quality gains and vascularity. But deca hands down is superior for bulking. NPP is a good alternative to deca. Faster acting and less water retention.
  9. 2 points
    I’d say deca for bulking for sure
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  11. 2 points
    50mg zinc before bed took care of my back acne, now I run it year round everyday and i never get acne anymore from cycles.
  12. 2 points
    Here's what you need to know...A pro bodybuilder could spend $8,000 to $20,000 for a 16-week competition cycle.Most pros are regularly monitored by trusted doctors who know exactly what they're using.Most health issues and deaths associated with bodybuilders are related not to steroid use but rather recreational drug use. That being said, diuretics and insulin can get a bodybuilder into trouble.This article contains the real drug cycle of a professional bodybuilder. Do not attempt it. Editor's Note: T Nation was approached by an IFBB pro bodybuilder who wanted to write anonymous articles for us as well as answer questions honestly in our steroid forum. After verifying his identity we decided to give him a platform. "Shadow Pro" was born. The Truth Remember those heated debates you heard as a kid about whether or not pro wrestling was real? Well, when I first started bodybuilding there were people actually arguing about whether or not the pros used steroids and other drugs. Really. You can't blame them (entirely). The magazines at the time never said a word about steroids and the pros of course couldn't be forthright when someone was brave enough to ask. It was a huge secret... and yet it really wasn't. Today things have changed, but I still hear a lot of lies and misconceptions about steroid use in professional, amateur, and "natural" bodybuilding. Most of this comes from online rumors and internet "gurus" throwing around nonsense. I want to set a few things straight about the real cycles used by pros and top amateurs. An Inside Peek First, let's talk about health. Yes, we care about that. Most of us at least. Perfect diet and supplementation play a huge role in keeping us healthy while on a cycle. If we eat like shit and neglect our health, then we can expect to look like shit on stage. I usually take time off each year. And I take precautionary measures to make sure my health stays on track. Throughout the year, on and off cycle, I get regular blood work done to make sure my levels are in range. With private doctors you can pay for any testing without questions being asked. Once you build a relationship with a doctor, you can be very straightforward with him about what you do. Then you can be monitored accordingly throughout the cycles. Most of the top pros have doctors that are trustworthy. Take into consideration they've been doing this for many years. Over time they eventually find a good doctor who understands what they do and works with them, not against them. I've been fortunate enough not to have any serious health issues. When blood tests are taken during a heavy cycle, the liver and kidney values can sometimes come back out of range. But after my PCT and after I drop the orals, everything comes back to normal within a few weeks. Recipe for Disaster The only people who I've seen suffer from serious health issues are combining steroids with recreational drug use or narcotic painkillers. It's a recipe for disaster. Usually if they're taking juice and being smart about it, they won't have major issues. Genetic factors may also make them predisposed to certain health issues but this will happen regardless of their steroid use. I think any steroid – or any other drug for that matter – can put you at risk if it's abused. That being said, if I had to pick one area that can get competitive bodybuilders into trouble it's diuretics. When you get close to a professional level show, the body is already in a vulnerable state at that point. But people take diuretics for years for blood pressure purposes without any issue. If the drugs are being used intelligently then any risk can be avoided. The only problem is when they're abused and overused before a show. Insulin is very dangerous if the bodybuilder is uneducated. If you really know what you're doing, you can use it safely. But if you're using it for extended amounts of time and not following appropriate protocols you can run into fatal issues. If you don't know what you're doing and you take too much you can actually die, but it's not the actual drug that's dangerous – it's the uneducated use. Bodybuilders "Dying of Steroid Use" It does not happen. This is a big misconception and the most moronic thing I've ever heard. The media likes to blow up stories like this and blame steroids immediately, without any kind of investigation into the subject. The people who are writing these stories have no educational background in sport. There has yet to be any kind of proof that the reason for death was purely from steroid use. Then again, when you look at the government officials who made prohormones illegal, it just goes to show you the kind of idiots who are making the decisions about our lives. Of course, there are stupid people out there. I knew a bodybuilder taking 36 IU of GH every day, up to 5-6 grams of oils every week, and 100 IU of insulin everyday. Those are crazy amounts – very extreme. I honestly think the dumbest thing bodybuilders can do is go out on the weekend and abuse recreation drugs while on a cycle. It puts them at a huge risk for health issues. The Price of Being Juiced Bodybuilding isn't exactly a sport people get into if they want to make money. It's not the NFL unfortunately. In most cases, a pro bodybuilder could spend more on a competition cycle than he or she can win at the show! I compete in bodybuilding because I love the sport; it's not for fame or fortune. As a professional bodybuilder, I've spent $20,000 for 16 weeks. This was my most expensive cycle and it was mostly due to the GH for this particular run. Somewhere in the range of $8,000 to $15,000 would be more typical for someone at my level. It all depends on the price of GH. I get mine from the pharmacy so it's always pricey. A Pro Bodybuilder's Cycle So what do top bodybuilder's use and how much? I'll tell you. Just keep in mind that this is not a "how to" or a prescription, just an honest look at what's really being used by pros. An actual cycle is very individual and should be changed according to individual needs. 16-Week Cycle: General UsageCut long esters at 6-8 weeks out and switch to short-acting compounds.Increase anti-estrogens as the show get closer in order to get harder and dryer. This is where a lot of people fail because of lack of knowledge on the subject.Testosterone should be cut anywhere between 2-4 weeks out. Some people can get away with going all the way to the show but it really depends on the person. If they're going for a very hard and dry look, then likely they'll cut it earlier.Make sure supplementation is on target during the cycle to protect your health. I use liver support supplements, Flameout, Curcumin, etc.Simplicity is the key; a cycle doesn't need to be fancy. If a bodybuilder is not advanced or experienced – and most who think they are actually aren't! – he should go with a lower dosage.16-Week Sample Cycle: Moderate to High Dosage This is an example of a common pro-bodybuilder cycle. It's something I've done before and I do not recommend this for anyone! 1-10 Testosterone Enanthate, 750mg a week (1000-1200mg advanced) 1-10 EQ, 800mg a week (1000mg advanced) 1-10 Tren E, 600mg/week (800mg advanced) 1-8  D-Bol, 50mg every day (up to 100mg advanced) 10-16 100mg Testosterone prop EOD (100mg ED advanced) 10-16 100mg Trenbolone Acetate EOD (75-100mg ED advanced) 10-16 100mg Masteron propionate EOD (100mg ED advanced) 10-16 50mg Winstrol or Anavar ED (sometime I do both) 8-16 Start T3 at 25mcg ED and taper up as needed. 12-16 Halotestin, start at 20mg ED and increase by 10mg every week (not a good choice for those who aren't mentally strong.) Pharmaceutical GH 6-12 IU ED for the whole cycle (If people can afford more then the sky is the limit. I know guys who've gone up to 30 IU but this is rare.) Insulin For advanced lifters only! 5-10 IU pre-workout followed by drinking Plazma™ right away. This is a moderate dosage, a lot of guys are using much more. When to cut insulin is very individual and depends on conditioning, water retention and the amount of carbs the bodybuilder is eating. It could be run straight through or cut out in the weeks prior to the show and possibly reintroduced later on. Clenbuterol is on option starting at 6-8 weeks out. Most start low, 20-40mcg. Anti-Estrogens Nolvadex (Tamoxifen): 20mg ED for the whole cycle, taper up if needed starting at 6 weeks out. Arimidex for the whole cycle starting at 1mg EOD and taper up as needed from 6 weeks out. Provironstarting at 8 weeks out at 25mg ED and taper up as the show gets closer, up to 100mg ED. Note: This doesn't cover the last week. The peak week is very complicated and not easily generalized so I didn't include it. Anyone doing a cycle like this is very advanced and knows that the final week will change from show to show. There's no set plan for it. If someone gives you a set plan for your last week without looking you over and making changes based on how you look, he's an idiot.
  13. 2 points
    So freakin good! Better than the PB chocolate doughnuts. Mixed as per recipe with the substitute of 1/2 cup brown sugar instead of splenda. Will up the berries to 1 1/2 cups from 1 cup. I also added some crushed pecans sprinkled on top. Replaces my bowl of oatmeal in the morning, or a protein bar later in the day.
  14. 2 points
    Wheat, Dairy, Sugar, and Soy If you just focus on macros or calories, these foods don't seem like a big problem. Just consume them in the right amounts, right? Well, not so fast. Sure, their nutrition labels might tell you that whole grain pasta is a great source of fiber; that standard milk is a great source of calcium and a complete protein; that sugar can replenish your glycogen stores; and that soy is a complete source of protein. But their nutrition labels don't tell the whole story. These substances can be an issue – a big one – and possibly the reason you're not achieving the results you want or are suffering constant digestive issues. If these things prevent your gut from functioning properly, then you won't be able to completely digest and absorb what you're consuming. As a result, the food that enters our body can either be stored as fat or treated as an allergen, leading to low-grade inflammation and a host of metabolic issues (1). Here are the four biggest irritants and how your body may be reacting to them. 1. Wheat – The Zonulin Issue Gluten is a divisive issue. Many believe that unless you have celiac disease, it's nothing to worry about, and avoiding it is just a fad. But recent research has shown that most of us would be better off avoiding gluten and its wheat-protein cousin, gliadin. If you just look at the numbers, there isn't much of a difference between pasta and rice. Both have about 130 calories, 25 grams of carbohydrates, a gram of fat, and very little in the way of vitamins. However, wheat pasta contains gluten and gliadin. More and more studies are showing how both contribute to the release of something called "zonulin," a protein that modulates the permeability of tight junctions between cells of the wall of the digestive tract. (2, 3). Researchers are finding that zonulin opens up the spaces between the cells of the intestinal lining, a problem associated with autoimmune diseases and cancer (2, 4, 5, 6, 7). These spaces are indeed supposed to open up naturally, but zonulin basically causes them to open up too much. If you think about our intestinal lining as a pipeline, zonulin puts big holes in it, allowing substances into parts of our body they don't belong, causing hosts of problems such as allergic reactions. It doesn't matter if you're celiac or not. This is how our bodies are responding to the wheat we're eating today. Our bodies look at certain components of wheat as a harmful substances, like bad bacteria, and zonulin is released to open up the tight junctions in our intestinal lining (2). If we're able to keep a strong and intact intestinal lining then we can keep food where it's meant to be, optimizing digestion and limiting any adverse food reactions. This is likely a huge reason why so many people that are non-celiac are going gluten-free – because they feel and perform better without wheat and other gluten-containing foods (8). 2. Dairy – Sugar and Digestion Issues Unfermented dairy (regular milk for example) can also cause us a variety of problems due to the difficulty we have breaking down and digesting the sugar and protein, specifically lactose and casein (9,10). Research has linked excess dairy consumption to fat gain, insulin resistance, acne, osteoporosis, and diseases such as multiple sclerosis (11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16). Most people don't think of milk as being high in sugar, but it is. In just one cup of milk there can be 13 grams of sugar, which is one reason you may have a better time tolerating yogurt and kefir – the fermentation process breaks down these sugars into beneficial bacteria, making dairy much easier to digest (17). Even though milk is a great source of whey and casein protein, if we aren't able to digest and absorb these proteins properly then they're of no use to us and can cause us more harm than good. You may be wondering, why were we brought up on human breast milk but now cow milk isn't agreeing with us? Well, they're composed of different percentages of whey and casein proteins. Human breast milk is 80 percent whey and 20 percent casein while cow milk is 20 percent whey and 80 percent casein, making cow milk more difficult for us to digest (18). And if the body isn't able to break down and assimilate what's ingested, then we can't put nutrients to work rebuilding our body after a great training session. Interestingly, the popular idea of post-workout chocolate milk was meant to promote muscle protein synthesis and replenish glycogen stores because it's a fast acting carbohydrate and a protein source, but because it's more difficult to digest, it's probably not the best idea. 3. Sugar – The Bacteria Problem Well, this one is obvious, unless you own a soft drink company. But there's more to the story. Overconsumption of sugar and other refined carbohydrates can lead to a whole host of issues from diabetes to bacterial overgrowth (19). A major epidemic right now is the prevalence of candidiasis, otherwise known as a yeast overgrowth (20). When we take antibiotics, they wipe out our entire microbiome, leaving no good or bad bacteria. If we don't replenish our microbiome with good bacteria from probiotics, then this leaves a breeding ground for yeast and other harmful bacteria to prosper (21, 22). This is why many people suffer from gastrointestinal issues after being prescribed antibiotics (23). The intake of sugar/refined carbohydrates feed these harmful bacteria (19), which, among other things, can lead to cravings for MORE sugar and refined carbs. We need an abundance of good bacteria in our large intestine, and when we have more bad bacteria than good, we'll have a difficult time using the food we eat. If this is the case, no matter how high of a quality of protein we eat, we won't get the benefits that we would if our digestion was functioning properly (24). 4. Soy – Impaired Thyroid Function (and More) Similar to these other foods, soy can wreak havoc on our gut lining, specifically resulting in impaired thyroid function (25). Phytoestrogens found in soy products can also disrupt sex hormones. This has been shown to affect ovulation, lower testosterone in men, and decrease fertility in animals (26, 27, 28). Even though it's a complete protein, soy has very low amounts of the essential amino acids tryptophan and methionine, making it a very low-level complete protein (29). If you have soy isolate in your protein shake, the way it's processed can make it even more of a problem. The heat damages the amino acids, further lessening the bioavailability of the protein (30). The amino acid, cysteine, is damaged during the heating process. Cysteine is responsible for supporting glutathione, an antioxidant which is found in high amounts in humans that live the longest (31, 32). In the United States many have turned soy into a primary source of protein, whereas in Asia it has always been more like a condiment, such as soy sauce or a small piece of tofu in a stir fry. On paper, soy looks great for us with its fiber and protein content. But it's extremely difficult to digest, which makes it more of an irritant than nourishment (33). References Cani, P. D., & Delzenne, N. M. (2009). Interplay between obesity and associated metabolic disorders: new insights into the gut microbiota. Current opinion in pharmacology, 9(6), 737-743. Fasano, A. (2012). Zonulin, regulation of tight junctions, and autoimmune diseases. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1258(1), 25-33. 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  15. 2 points
    Hi everyone! I’ve been using BT products for my last three preps and I have to say it is the best products I’ve used! The rep for Bt is awesome, always fast shipping. I’ve started their t400 and going into my prep I only use 400mg/week and that stuff does wonders for me! Can’t wait to start using the tren e and masteron e later in my prep. Thank you Bt for always doing your best!!
  16. 2 points
    It’s pretty easy. The collection tubes are called vacutainers. YouTube shows the whole process
  17. 2 points
    Nice. Im in sort of the same situation so I may try doing it myself as well. Thanks
  18. 2 points
    You’ve always been a pleasure to deal with as well brother!
  19. 1 point
    Lgd and mk677 are both pretty good. Lgd4033 is good for a little bit of strength and size. I’ve used both. Like to run the mk677 for a few months to really feel it. Any where from 12.5mg to 25mg per day. For me 25 worked the best. For lgd I ran it at 10mg. Worked pretty good between blasts. I also threw in some ostarine in there.
  20. 1 point
    My Hemoglobin i check every 60ish days normally around 160 and hematocrit is generally in line as well. But I also don't run a ton of eq or for super long periods. Age is generally a factor here as well. The older a person is the more hematocrit problems they tend to have with higher hormone levels. There are also supplements which can negatively and positively effect this as well.
  21. 1 point
    Update...Made a oral suspension in EOO at 25mg/ml. Doing 75 mg pr day split in two doses. So far so good. Product seems nice and clean. CS is my new go2guy regarding oral raws
  22. 1 point
    I don’t understand his hate for the guys on the other board either. Obviously he don’t know any of the older long term members because he wouldn’t be saying what he does. I’m not bashing bt or dracorex, they are likely trying to do their best as they are trying to get a good rep for themselves after all this shit. A bunch of friends of mine I got to try BT years ago are still running it and are happy. I didn’t tell them to quit, then I’d have to explain all the shit about everything and I really don’t want to waste any time with that. Its funny though because how does an owner of a lab remember each one of his hundreds of clients? How does any of them send you monthly lists? A lot of reputable labs send monthly lists. I guess they must have my email info somewhere, lol. And owning a lab is a dangerous thing, I bet it is safer not to run around admitting to owning one one an open board, lol. I know a few owners that don’t scream that a lab is theirs on the board they sell their gear on. You may figure it out later in when you are known and trusted, but no way you would be told in an introduction email. Honestly let it go before people get turned off and quit coming here. When CJM fought with Northern Muscle bashing Northern all the time, it just drove people off CJM. There is so little board traffic anymore, no one can afford to lose anyone. And Jesus Traps, don’t think this is a personal attack against you, and start screaming back at me with the cap locks on, lol. The best interests for any board is to not get into all the drama. or tell me to fuck off, lol, I don’t really care
  23. 1 point
    Honestly if your girls looking for something to make her more hornier a simple very low dose shot of test propionate would definitely do the job I take that stuff at a lower dose and absolutely I'm climbing the walls.. I will also mention to that if you've familiar with the peptides but melatonin 2 acts as an aphrodisiac and makes you insanely horny something to keep in mind plus you get nice and brown from it... you can try low dose anavar i get more off of test personally but everyone has individual sides...
  24. 1 point
    You could always try mixing in some natural pb to slow it down, or some oats as well. If it’s happening post workout you just might not be replenishing your glycogen enough. If this is happening every time you take it and the pb is not helping, you might have an actual allergy to the protein itself.
  25. 1 point
    Give blood. Don’t tell them about the juice or they will ban you.
  26. 1 point
    Get a test deconate or udeconate and do a big shot before you go
  27. 1 point
    Keto,I have been doing the same but it would be nice to get a better deal..
  28. 1 point
    ****UPDATE**** Promised I would update so here it is Just finished bulking cycle and pct, going to take a break for another month but satisfied with gains (disclaimer, I dont have the best body genetics but that's why i'm not a bodybuilder, just a hormone and gym enthusiast ) Canmed Cycle t400 2cc per week Deca 2cc per week (cant recall what they dose it at off hand) Dbol 25mg ed for 6 weeks Aromasin eod then used PCT hcg clomid nolv. No strict diet (I said im not a bodybuilder, get off my back) but I did try to insure I got my protein in! #nohomo Eatings never an issue as im a foodie buuut, id say my diet stayed the same aside from consuming extra protein. Weight was 173 when I started now im at 188 as of this am. Just finished PCT so before pic is day I took my first shot and last pic was yesterday, both post gym. Look forward to cutting up for summer in my usual douche bag tradition! Going to get blood work done so I will update then and see where my natty test levels are at prior to starting cutting cycle, but thinking about starting in a month or so.
  29. 1 point
    Good luck! Keep us updated
  30. 1 point
    Been using BT for a few years now. Very happy. Price, rep, delivery, and always painless gear. Top notch lab. Never disappointed. The added goodies to the list are welcome ! One stop shop now. Another TD yesterday. Packaged well as always and quick. No complaints. Madol is great. Been using preworkout lately. Looking forward to trying to injectable SD soon as well. Almost forgot, the pornstars and Jackhammer are on point. I frequently go to LS parties and they just always work !!!!
  31. 1 point
    Msg @Ironfist they are our sponsor here and manufacture legitimate peptides within Canada. Many people have used their items successfully
  32. 1 point
    So took a bit to kick in but I am sweating at night so tren is good to go. Piss is orange too lol. Strength coming in. Breathing hard and heavy. I'm on their EQ too only 450mg (0.5cc of 300 mon-wed-fri). I need some breathing help and endurance lol... BP is up Heavier squats become a problem sigh, I get all red.
  33. 1 point
    If you still have high prolactin levels on your next blood test and you want to bring it down a notch, I would suggest you get on B6 + Ashwaganda. I had high prolactin levels not long ago and those two fixed it. Cheers!
  34. 1 point
    Microdosing is not self defeating. It’s beneficial. Your body doesn’t produce one dose it keeps a steady supply. The more shots you do the closer it mimics the body and the less sides. The catch is, there’s more injections. If the pinning doesn’t bother you, split it up. Just do the math so the weekly amount is the same.
  35. 1 point
    For Fat Loss, Do You Exercise First or Diet First? "Both!" you just answered, right? Yes, ideally you should start training and improving your diet simultaneously to lose fat. Why? Because... Diet without training just leads to a smaller, still-flabby body... and then the body fat boomerangs back.Training without a complementary diet often leads to zero fat loss, or maybe a little fat loss at first followed quickly by stagnation. "You can't out-train a bad diet," I wrote back in the 90s. For most people, that holds true. But as weird as it may sound to T Nation readers, most folks who want to lose fat say things like, "I need to diet and lose weight first, then I'll think about joining a gym." Maybe they assume every gym is filled with Amazons straight from Paradise Island and chiseled male specimens straight off the latest cover of Men's Health. They're "gymtimidated." But many just think that diet is the most important component of fat loss... and they're not wrong really. But a new study shows that if a newbie wants to lose fat, training first and worrying about diet later may be the smart way to go. The Study Researchers gathered up 2,680 sedentary people between the ages of 18 and 35. All were prescribed 30-minute aerobic workouts using stationary bikes, treadmills, or elliptical machines (their choice). They did these workouts three times a week for 15 weeks. And here's the interesting bit: they were ordered NOT to change their diets. The Results They changed their damn diets anyway! Defying instructions, most participants reduced or dropped the fried foods, sodas, and junk foods in favor of lean meats, fruits, and veggies. Why Did This Happen? In other studies, moderate exercise was shown to decrease preferences for high-calorie, higher-fat foods, probably via changes in dopamine levels. Note that with more intense training, hunger itself may increase, but the preferences for healthier fare could still occur. Or it could be more simple than that. After seeing their bodies begin to change, maybe they just got hooked on feeling good again. The next logical step is to add a diet component to complement their workouts and keep those good feels coming. Let's hope they added weight training to their cardio plans too. The researchers also observed that many of the participants previously believed that "their size was inevitable." No surprise really, since there are many health-at-any-size advocates out there preaching that exact message, which is known in scientific circles as "complete and utter monkey shit." As one researcher pointed out, one healthy habit can promote other healthy habits. In this case, working out first promoted better food choices later. How to Use This Info If you know someone who wants to get in shape and he or she is struggling with making diet changes, push them to get their butts to the gym. According to this study at least, once they're hooked on training the dietary changes will usually come along naturally.
  36. 1 point
    Hi everyone nice guys from Kratos graciously sent me a few items to try out Madol and a few oils I haven’t used the oils yet but I did use the Madol at 20mg it a real kick in the ass I don’t imagine training without it now , tabs are well pressed not chalky or dusty none broken the dose seems spot on, communication was fast shipping even faster, rep was great to deal with, I will continue the review as I pin the oils.
  37. 1 point
    But see that’s the thing everyone needs to work to your own individual threshold.
  38. 1 point
    Test is the ideal compound to put on muscle. Blast on 800-1000, cruise on 100-150mg repeat.
  39. 1 point
    Yes. Different mechanism though.
  40. 1 point
    I get a little sick if i dont drink enough water when i take it. 500ml is the min i take with it. Usually 750 ml
  41. 1 point
    Pretty much this. I prefer a Test Deca combo it's what I use 90% of the time. Most of the exotic stuff is only needed for contest prep or peaking for competition and staying in a weight class. I like test cyp. I cruise on 250. As for recomp run whatever you want just keep your e2 under control. For bulking like storman said how high you go is up to you. I start having a tough time over a gram but everyone is different.
  42. 1 point
    Ordered Friday and I got it this morning. This has to be a record for me lol. It will be a little while before I get to use the test. I have a shitload to get through, but I will be doing a short run with the DNP real soon, so I will be able to give a review of that in the near future.
  43. 1 point
    You couldn’t have said it any better man
  44. 1 point
    Great to see that at least someone understand what is going on
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  46. 1 point
    So I had to put this out there I don’t know how much this is actually being covered... so the terrorist we paid 10.5 million to have him bail ontop of that is now crying that he wants his passport back so he can travel and go to Mecca... oh and talk freely with his sister that has been on the CBC pretty much calling Canada a shit hole and supporting terrorists! im sorry but fuck you the father you killed doesn’t get to travel doesn’t get to see his wife doesn’t get to see his kids grow up and you got 10.5 million.. and you’re now crying about the deal you made?? The fact that we paid a dime to this terrorist sickens me! And who signed the cheque that idiot Trudeau. All while our veterans are asking for “more than we can give” Wake up Canada get rid of this idiot please
  47. 1 point
    Water would be one for sure. Here's something to help you : High estrogen sides Acne, loss of libido, water retention (Bloat), pissing less than the water you consume, moon face, very small testicles, scrotum hanging too high, soft testicles, extreme oiliness all over, aggression (roid rage), depression, bitchiness, lethargy, insomnia, soft erections, extreme cravings for sugar/chocolate, high bp, bp spikes, enlarged prostate, pressure in lower abdomen when urinating, thin stream, constipation (from water retention) Low estrogen sides Dry skin, dry lips, dehydration, loss of libido, good morning wood no wood when its time for sex, loss of wood while having sex, loss of sensitivity, dry gland (penis), white gland, loss of girth, irritability, mood swings, crying for no reason, dht rage (aggression you take out on others), dull orgasm, hesitation just before urinating, night sweats, loss of appetite, constant fatigue, lethargy, constipation (due to dehydration), diuretic effect (pissing more water than you are consuming), itchy scalp, obsessive thoughts
  48. 1 point
    Listen I'm gonna be honest here. To his credit he always always always treated me like gold. When he was bodytechs rep he sponsored me, sent me samples of new stuff, gave me really good prices, and was always quick with emails and shipments. Even after bt changed reps it's still the same quality. When he ran NM, he treated me like gold as well for toques, shirts, etc etc. He treated board members with pride and Love. His heart may have been in the right place but shit may have gotten out of hand. This doesn't make him a bad person. Misguided maybe. I have literally zero things to say negatively. I do not like the fact that my information was held for years and at risk of being revealed. I think it's bad practice to go on a which hunt to slander someone. Give out the necessary information and let people decide what to do.
  49. 1 point
    None of them deserve to come back. Let them be sorted out over there before they step foot here and collect a giant cheque from Trudeau. Good men and women fought for our wonderful country, you leave to go join a terrorist group im sorry but you gave up everything generations fought to have. You don’t get to turn on and off being Canadian. I volunteer to greet the boat, gladly give them a long nap under water!
  50. 1 point
    i believe we are the only brand that will offer testing at any time. you can pm me,within 24 hrs i can have a vial sent out. that way there is no pre dates for testing,we prefer to keep it random and also encourage all users to please test out the gh. We firmly believe that many people will be content by testing.
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