A few weeks ago, I commenced a cycle and training method specifically aimed at improving my short-set (maximal) anaerobic performance, as well as long-set (sub-maximal) aerobic performance. My primary (and presumably wise) compound of choice was HGH, for its purported ability to improve the latter to some degree.
Within a matter of weeks, I can attest that I began to notice a difference in the efficiency with which my body burned up and consumed stored glycogen. I began to notice the point at which I hit the proverbial “wall” (when the body switches from aerobic to anaerobic) was being pushed further ahead. I’m hesitant to attribute this solely to either my training method, or the GH, because I had neither pushed myself quite as hard, nor ever used GH. All I can say is that it helped, I don’t care what Roger Clemens and other baseball fans say.
Well, a couple of weeks ago I became curious what other available compounds might either act synergetically with, or substitute for GH. More specifically, I was looking for what would cover grounds that GH left behind, namely maximal performance. Quarter-mile sprints, in my case.
For seven days I upped my intake of iron and protein-rich foods (as well as low-GI carbs and poly/monounsaturated fats) while adding an extra liter and a half of water before bedtime in combination with 75mg of oxymetholone (Anadrol). My daily caloric intake did not change much, if at all. I merely substituted macronutrients to enhance RBC production through more hemoglobin.
In conclusion, I’m almost certain my timing could be greatly improved, but regardless of that I have noted a considerable and noticeable increase in both aerobic (stamina) and anaerobic (explosive speed) performance while using both of these and maintaining a strict “cutting” diet. What the direct mechanism is, if any, I am not entirely sure of other than the erythropoiesis. But given oxymetholone’s potency in countering muscular degeneration and anemic side-effects (not to mention its high androgenic score), as well as GH’s contribution to RBC production (and strong anabolic score), I’m lead to believe these two compounds played an important role. My 400 meter dash went down 2.5 seconds and I knocked 47 seconds off my 2-mile run time.
Anybody else out there who cares about cardio with a similar story of AAS and improved agility? I’d love to hear some.