‘‘You don’t need juice to look like Brad Pit or Leonidas’’…oh my … Im kind of tired of this lame answer, [/quote]
The lame answer is the correct answer. You are sick of hearing it because you have heard it from every other knowledgable person.
[quote]It’s 20 times easier to builk than being cut if you wanna go big here’s your recipe, just eat like a pig, take Test 400 with D-bol to kick your cycle an train 3-4 times a week cause you need proper rest to grow.
But to be that cut and symetric as Brad and Leonidas, you have to be on a olympian strict extremely low on fat diet, well balanced on protein and vitamins, you have to train 6-8 times a week on high reps exercices…You can’t miss a session… [/quote]
If you already know everything about training to look like your idols, why don’t you already? You are once again wrong my friend. 6 - 8 times a week on high repetitions will not get you the body you desire. Neither will low fat. Fat is required for muscle building and for hormone production.
High rep work every day will stagnate and not get you the gains you would like. Heavy, lower rep work and variety is required for optimal gains. To have that type of body you have to gain the muscle first, then chisel down to that body.
[quote]’‘Training for ladies and not training for yourself is stupid’’…what a poor expression, as you can see my pics: don’t you think that FIRST I dont enjoy myself being Fight club ripped…I train for myself but ladies just happen to love it…
When I describe why I train, ladies have no mention. If you still bring up the ladies when you mention training or cycling AAS you are not ready.
Again you know everything. I’m amazed I haven’t read your book, or your articles.
A gear cycle for five pounds? Please don’t aim too high with your goals. You’re gonna put your health at risk for five pounds? Simply another example that you aren’t ready. You can gain five pounds easily over the summer with dedication and food.
[quote]Im kind of tired of guys like you who think they’re a kingpin in the steroid world, dammit I have read to these days:
Layman’s guide to steroid 1 , 2 and 3
Dino’s anabolic gameplan
The truth about bodybuilding
George Spellwin Chemic wizard
- all the drug profile on steroids site.
So give me a break man on the newb impression, I have read enough that I can give you a complete breakdown on each compunds available, I think I have done my homeworks and now its time to walk the talk by trying whats fits me the best base on my goals.[/quote]
Well I’m very glad you know how to read, thats a credit to your teacher. However reading alone does not come close to first hand experience in life or AAS. Here on this board you have people with tons of real world experience to help you out. Its funny how none agree with your cycle.
[quote]So instead of helping me with an objective answer youre just downgrading me…allright it’s you’re viewpoint after all…
Peace out and Thanks for your consideration
I’m trying to help you out, you are just too righteously indignated that you could be wrong to accept the help.