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  1. @matt890ca I currently have not tried any AAS but since I started lifting about four years ago I got horrible acne on my back. Was thinking perhaps hormone changes from lifting was causing the issue. At times it is super painful, I always shower after I train and scrub my back too to no avail. I may try your protocol out, thanks for the post.
  2. @German89 I agree, it should not be cooked beyond med-rare or it totally sucks!
  3. Yeah, no time for power naps for me... meal prep, packing lunches, giving my wife a break when I get home from work are all I really have time for. I do take a 100 mg of caffeine before I work out in the AM but like you said I build up a tolerance. I can't take any caffeine after about 4PM or I just lie there in bed for hours not sleeping.
  4. I train five days a week and am up at 4:30AM to get to the gym. I love the morning crowd, you know they're all serious about what they are doing or they wouldn't be up that early. LOL. I usually get about 7 hours of solid sleep although I am a new dad and sometimes I get less sleep. I always try to aim for 8 hours but life and diapers happen... My issue is around 5PM I hit a mental wall and have what I would call a brain fog. Just curious if there are any over the counter nootropics or something similar that anyone has had experience with and would recommend. Thanks guys!
  5. This seems to make more sense from the hydration point of view because of increased cell hydration caused by creatine. Guess if you were slightly dehydrated from caffeine it would not be as effective.
  6. Hey, I've read on labels of creatine not to consume caffeine when taking it. I researched, and apparently caffeine can block to absorption of creatine. I also found further information that this not the case and caffeine is fine to take with creation. Now I don't know what to believe. Just curious what you guys think on the subject and what your experience has been. Cheers!
  7. @ElectricRocker Let me know how it turns out.
  8. Did you find that info on finger prick style samples, was curious to know if I've wasted my money or not? LOL
  9. This was funny when I saw this clip awhile back but on Friday at the gym I saw a woman doing this exact same thing! Needless to say I thought of this and could not stop laughing! I mean I guess it might get some glute action with the thrusting but I would never want to do this is a public.
  10. I usually get up damn early and train first thing in the morning. I work a very physical job and by the end of the day I'm just beat and if I train first thing there's no excuses, I just get it done! I have noticed if I train later in the day when I'm off work that energy levels are different and the whole workout does feel different as well. I kind of attributed this to the amount of food I had eaten. I'm still trying to work out what is best to eat before I train first thing. I usually eat then start my workout within 20 minutes to half an hour.
  11. I usually get up damn early and train first thing in the morning. I work a very physical job and by the end of the day I'm just beat and if I train first thing there's no excuses, I just get it done! I have noticed if I train later in the day when I'm off work that energy levels are different and the whole workout does feel different as well. I kind of attributed this to the amount of food I had eaten. I'm still trying to work out what is best to eat before I train first thing. I usually eat then start my workout within 20 minutes to half an hour.
  12. I've been racking my brain how to contribute to the board... I've got some great recipes up my sleeve and this one is by far my favourite. I grill year round, I think every true Canadian does! Ingredients: 1 medium onion, cubed small 3 garlic cloves, minced or crushed in a press 1 tbsp grated fresh ginger 2 tsp brown sugar (sugar is needed in this recipe to help tenderize the meat) 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup water Flank steak, I buy these at Costco as the quality is great and you usually get two to a package. Combine first six ingredients to make your marinade. You can then combine the marinade with the flank steaks in a large zip lock bag or marinating container. Allow the steaks to marinate overnight in the fridge and be sure to turn or flip the bag over every so often so all parts get flavoured equally. The next day discard the marinade and grill to your liking. Slice the steak in thin slices against the grain. All I can say is wow, I could eat most of it in one sitting! Let me know what you guys think. Cheers!
  13. Thanks for the info on fasting, probably would have missed that!
  14. I have ordered this test as well, thanks for the info. Just waiting to get it and send it off.
  15. I have been taking ashwaganda for about two months now. Haven't noticed too much in strength gains but arms have come along a little. The biggest thing I've noticed is better erections! Wasn't expecting this to happen but did further research and found apparently it can help with this also. Anyone else here using it? It it recommended to cycle ashwaganda?
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