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Old 03-14-2015, 01:05 PM   #61
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Re: solid supplements to take

Sorry, still no pm...I've sent you some. Maybe its not working...

So do a first tets asap, then again one later after I start training, then start Bulbine and see how that affects it and do another test?
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Old 03-16-2015, 07:58 PM   #62
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Re: solid supplements to take

Do some bloodwork.

If your tests are good, go back to training and enjoy life. Test after a microcycle if you care to.

If your tests are bad, eliminate all detriments, go back to training. Do bloodwork. See where you stand.

Then you consider that stuff, maybe. Go look through Mike Mahler's stuff and see what he recommends to take while on and after. I'm guessing the same stuff one would normally take on a cycle.

I would not F around with that bulbine stuff if you can't your hands on the typical intra and post cycle stuffs. Not unless you are so bad off that TRT is necessary (total Test levels of 300 or under, can't remember normal low end free test values).
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Old 03-31-2015, 03:01 AM   #63
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Getting this thread back on track... latest study on HMB:

http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ije/2015/856708/ WFS

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AUC analysis revealed an elevated GH and IGF-1 response in the HMB-FA group compared to PL. Conclusion. HMB-FA prior to resistance exercise augments the GH response to high volume resistance exercise compared to PL. These findings provide further support for the potential anabolic benefits associated with HMB supplementation.
Time to include it to my pre-WO regime?
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Old 04-03-2015, 02:13 PM   #64
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Re: solid supplements to take

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Getting this thread back on track... latest study on HMB:

http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ije/2015/856708/ WFS



Time to include it to my pre-WO regime?
NO
Did you see this?

"Since the HMB-FA supplement was administered 15 min before the PRE blood draw, it is possible that HMB-FA is promoting IGF-1 secretion independently of GH stimulation."

Take anything anything beforehand and then draw blood work, your going to see a positive change.


More importantly.
Did you see..... this?
Acknowledgment

This study was funded by a grant from Metabolic Technologies Inc.

Which is. ......

http://mettechinc.com/products/ Wfs.


Hard to take a study seriously when it's bought.
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New Strategies in Sport Nutrition to Increase Exercise Performance

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...91584916000307

In relation to exercise training, however, it is now thought that strategic periods of reduced carbohydrate and elevated dietary protein intake may enhance training adaptations whereas high carbohydrate availability and antioxidant supplementation may actually attenuate training adaptation. Emerging evidence also suggests that vitamin D may play a regulatory role in muscle regeneration and subsequent hypertrophy following damaging forms of exercise. Finally, novel compounds (albeit largely examined in rodent models) such as epicatechins, nicotinamide riboside, resveratrol, β-hydroxy β-methylbutyrate, phosphatidic acid and ursolic acid may also promote or attenuate skeletal muscle adaptations to endurance and strength training.
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