Discussion in 'Recipes' started by Blondell, Aug 16, 2006.
Indeed. I agree.
Interesting results Chris.
If you're just talking straight AAS, yes, but not necessarily in the way you might be thinking of "tolerance".
What will happen eventually, assuming proper training and diet, is that you'll reach a new plateau based on what a given amount of drug can support in terms of muscle mass. Then you will have to up the dose. But it's not like the body will sensitize to the drug or anything like that.
Hmmm interesting thanks!
When in doubt, up the dose! :wink:
You know, as much as I joke around about super-high doses and all that, I think a lot of people would be surprised (or maybe not, haha) to hear how I actually use the things.
I tend to run really long cycles at a stretch, but barring short peaks of high doses, I normally keep the dose low to moderate most of the time. I like using AAS more as a "recovery agent" than to actually push out gains directly.
IMO WAY too much emphasis is put on the AS and not enough on the diet. So you wind up with these people who take stuff and don't make the gains they want so they wind up stacking 4-5 compounds and taking rediculous doses instead of actually correcting the one thing that will actually help. THE DIET. DIET is the Foundation! AS just amplifies how effective your diet is.
What does this word mean?
it means i didn't pay attention in english class...:bitch: and i was typing fast and didn't want to look it up
Okay...maybe not so interesting. :funny:
Anyone have thoughts on this?
That is interesting. Looks like the maybe the pendulum is finally beginning to swing back the other way.
What I wanted the reporter to ask that fat fuck who was so worried about steroids was, if it's so hard to establish a real connection between steroids and these various types of death, why is it that he has no problem going around saying that steroids are dangerous? That one was a no-brainer as far as I was concerned, but he didn't ask.
I liked both Romano and that old guy who stuck to his guns.
When was this clip done??I found it very interesting and wow that 80 yr old guy certainly didn't look 80.He was in great shape.
I thnk he was 70. But still, great shape.
70/80 ..still great shape and strength.Just shows what an active lifestyle of exercise, proper nutrition and steroids can do for a person as they age.:wink:
THink I may post this on my provincial site!
So, seeing that so much here is focused on "male" cycles, I'll be the one to ask....
Have any of the females here has/had any experience w/ running cycles, of any sort, that they'd be willing to share?
I believe that clip came out in the fall of 05', not sure though.