I have to agree with CalKing. Recent articles in mainstream publications have discussed that men in their mid 30’ begin to show the need for gH supplementation. My trainer has helped me along with this and I have done so much reading I am comfortable with my choice.
I am 45 and am finishing my 7th week of gH (I did not do gH with anything else). I am on a two day on two day off cycle of 3mg per day. I make sure to get plenty of protein every 2 1/2 hours. I am just amazed the quality of my muscle and my bodyfat reduction. My stubborn mid-section (that last remaining fat area that is hard to get rid of) has seen a tremendous decrease in size. I have worked out for over 20 years and my shirts are tighter (chest shoulders, arms), my pants are loser in the waist, and my legs are more defined. I have a body composition test again in 1 month to see what has changed numerically. I even eliminated a day of some cardio and am doing 30-40 minutes three times a week, which has helped as well in gaining muscle.
The other benefits are that I truly feel great and an overall sense of energy. A great benefit is an increased sexual appetite and just better sex.
I did change my dosage in the 5th week by allowing an extra day off as I was getting sore knuckles, wrists, feet and ankles (which is one side effect that gH users can get and the remedy is to reduce the dosage or increase the period of time bewteen doasages). This reduced the problem and it is almost gone.
Obviously this is my experience and each person will have their own experience. It worked for me and people at the office over these past few weeks have even commented to me how I have really grown and how great I look. So I am nearly sold on gH as a long term option. [/quote]
That sounds great bro…I am starting my GH cycle today or tomorrow. Am interested to knowing if you gained or lost weight overall during the cycle AND, what about any lingering injuries / tendonitis you may have had. Did GH help with that?