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  1. If you are not using the strongest tool currently availaible in terms of cognitive enhancement, stress reduction and overall health improvement, you're missing out. http://deconstructingyourself.com/proven-benefits-of-mindfulness-meditation.html Full texts are directly linked in the referenced links on the website. I sure wish I had bitten the bullet earlier, but here I am, happy as ever. I've experienced a massive change in overall mentality, cognitive clarity and ability. If you don't think meditation is powerful or can help you, please explain why. I'm genuinely interested. A lot of people, when asked, simply exclaim: "I cannot meditate! It's impossible for me." This is a cop-out. Belief is a strong thing. Change your beliefs - change yourself. NB: Here's the truth about early/beginner meditation training: It isn't about having no thoughts or THINKING ABOUT NOTHING as many people claim. No, it's about passively observing the thoughts you have, not judging them, and gently pushing your attention back on your breathing whenever you stray. Wish you all the best,
  2. I've never really understood the nearly universal recommendation from US health policy bodies to reduce sodium intake because the NHANES data has pretty consistently shown either no or an inverse relationship between sodium intake and both CVD and all-cause mortality in US adults. Despite this, the current CDC/IOM recommendation for adults under 50 is to limit sodium intake to a maximum of 2.3g/day... But now we have a new, large meta-analysis (mainly of observational studies but with a couple of interventions thrown in) that shows that consuming LESS than 2.6g/day is associated with a higher risk of CVD and all-cause mortality and that up to 5g/day is not associated with any increase in mortality or disease incidence. http://www.familypracticenews.com/special-reports/special-report-sodium-blood-pressure-and-mortality/single-article/too-much-or-too-little-sodium-may-boost-cardiovascular-risk/825a9ea9665bbcd210e8cdd31624cb33.html
  3. 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
  4. ive used almost anything and everything eazy,i dont lack any experience in regards to esters and how they work,im well versed compared to most here But I replied to your statement where you said you "Never felt it until week 4" ,i said your statement is 100% false,i can feel sust in 2-3 days and by week 1 im already up . You are showing progression of a slower ester only where as prop and and tpp are quicker esters. you can spin it any way you want but your statement is false and i rather clear that up so people are aware of effects when they buy sust250.if they dont feel anything by week 1 the sust is shit,end of story.
  5. if speaking the truth causes a fight,ill do it 100 x over. I personally dont care about someones experience on boards or their status on a board. truth is truth and ill always speak it because if we dont,then people start to spread their bro science on others and expect people to listen because they have been on boards for x amount of years. that logic is flawed
  6. Ill chime in here, this member emailed us and asked about sktren and if hes a rep for bt,i said no. he was removed and banned and is a rep for dracorex. This is when he came to complain about the items hes used from dracorex and how sk tren was simply trying to push dracorex and bash bt. Hes not the first by the way,i got many emails of people who have tried it and complained. " in the past i could feel dbol after taking 2pills i swea" unsure how you missed the last line,as it was all part of the same paragraph but you can clearly see he says 2 pills. and sustanon definitely does not take 4 weeks ,majority of the blend are esters that are hitting peaks within half a week. refer to chart below. Only one of the esters is slow and takes upto 3 weeks. Testosterone Propionate: 0.8 days Testosterone Phenylpropionate: 1.5 days Testosterone Isocaproate: 4.0 days
  7. What's the benefit in that brother?
  8. Static stretching prior to a workout can fatigue muscles and make it difficult for muscles to contract, which in turn can make you feel weaker and increase your chances of injury. Once body temperature has been raised, I will run through the exercises which will be completed as part of my workout, the reason for this is to activate the muscles, joints and ligaments in the range of motion they will be in during the workout, this will help increase blood flow and enhance the lubrication to the joints involved. Dynamic stretching aims at developing flexibility in movement by moving muscles through their full range of motion, these movements do not include bouncing or jerking movements like ballistic flexibility does, as it relates to the stretching process corresponding to a certain activity. While ballistic stretching can cause muscle tearing if done inappropriately or before muscles are warm, they can increase range of motion when done correctly. Both types of stretches lengthen your muscles, but static stretching should NOT be done before you workout. Dynamic stretching uses muscles to move the joint through its range of motion in an activity at either normal or fast speed. Isometric stretching is stressful on the body but when done correctly provides greater increases in static flexibility than static stretches and active stretching would provide. Again, there are different beliefs in when to complete stretches after a workout, some will say stretches should be completed straight away when body temperature and blood flow is still raised, others will suggest otherwise and recommend stretching 1-3hrs after a workout when body temperature has lowered and muscles have relaxed. When you stretch, the tight and tense muscles loosen up. If you like going to the gym as a stress reliever, the stretching exercises alone can already do a lot. Stretching helps improve your body's flexibility, both in the short and long term, as well as your overall range of motion. Dynamic stretching allows your muscles to properly warm up. It helps increase blood flow and temperature, which helps your fascia become more pliable. There are many studies which conclude that static stretching prior to a workout reduces the amount of force the muscles can take as well as decreasing the muscles power output, the amount of time the reduction in force lasted in the studies varied between 15min and 2hours and as much as 17% of power output was reduced for up to 90min. I don't really believe anyone is really wrong when it comes to stretching or not stretching before a workout, if someone finds they perform better and reduces their chances of injury by completing static stretches prior to a workout, then they should continue doing so, the same applies to not completing static stretches.
  9. 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
  10. we have a new sale on,do you see it in the sponsor section? its open for new members aswell
  11. another oral tren will be ready for next week. our previous oral tren is Methyltrienolone,this is another version of oral tren called Metribolone Dose is 1mg per ml,pre workout upto 3-5mg ,not longer than 3-4 weeks
  12. @j00ce I think you'll enjoy the madol /halo blend we are making. Suited for you power lifters @K1Canada I'd also try the stanolone, @K1Canadathinks it's brilliant to use.
  13. halo being an expensive raw and is duped by certain labs,we felt it essential to test our halo since we work with many power lifters.
  14. my 2 cents,if you are bald or are not prone to hair loss,id add in stanolone. most people have overlooked this compound but it can do miracles without joint pain or cardio related issues
  15. damn,wish we could sponsor her lol
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