Does anyone remember the Testosterone site of 8 years ago?
I know my info next to my name says I've been a member for only a year or so, but I was a member under a different name back then. I broke my leg and gave up lifting about 4 years ago, and just got back in about a year ago.
I was just wondering if there were other "old-timers" out there.
I remember the old site, its was all yellow, blue and black. Weekly issues instead of a daily article, and with the Atomic Dawg, they had reader mail which was great, especially when they ripped on someone who said things that were just idiotic. Hell, even Tim had articles back then or responded to reader's mail.
I remember the stuff they used to sell that you sprayed on your skin after you had a shower...seventy pumps or something. Can't remember what it was called though. Like others chimed in, looked foward to friday and new articles. Lurked for years. Found out about this site from an old site called Ironmag.com. Couple of guys from Norway of I think.
Started lurking here around 2003-2004. What a great source of information this site was, and still is. I remember learning much about training and nutrition and physiology behind them back then. That information led me to choose my future profession actually. Thanks T-Nation! Thanks TC and all the great past, current and future contributors!
I have to admit though that I can't seem to get that much out of this site than I used to. I still find my self browsing the old pre-2005 articles rather than the most brand new ones. Dave Tate and Thin need to write a lot more stuff!
Think you're talking about either androsol or nandrosol...
Yeah I've been here a long time too....welcome back, lot's of changes, most for the better. I think the one thing I miss is it used to be almost our own little club, not so anymore with the growth over the years. But then I doubt half the new supplements would be here, as well as other cool features on the site.
Ya I remember waiting for friday to come to read the new articles - I kinda like the instant gratification of every day now, though.