What would you guys recommend for a guy 19 going on 20 that’s 6’5-225 and playing college baseball? Would like to get a lot stronger and perhaps a little bigger. I have thought about using MK677 or maybe just a Var only cycle. Doesn’t want to start pinning either. Been lifting pretty hard for about 4/5 years and has been 3 sport athlete in the past. Thanks in advance. Already taking Creatine.
No anabolic compounds that’s for sure. How about a strength coach and proper nutrition plan?
Well if he don’t take the anabolic compounds like his competitors are doing then he will not be on the field as much unless he is pitching. I am a strength/nutrition guy and naturally there’s only so much you can do. Thank you for your response though.
Thats BS. They are not ALL using steroids. Even if they were and you wanted to go this route using SARMS is stupid. Orals are the worst form of steroids for you and provide the least permanent results. I don’t respect you trying to provide AAS to a kid, but pinning Test and mild compounds is the best way to go.
I like this. I’m 74, going on 75.
Now that is interesting.
- Is he on scholarship?
- Can he pitch?
- How many pitches does his college baseball league permit per week?
- Seems like the pitch limit would keep him off the field more so than any other position.
- When batting what is his batting average?
- Do you think he has good bat speed?
- What positions is he proficient playing in the field?
Sleep. Damn good sleep. If you get consistent, long, sleep, you’ll be getting better natural anabolics than most of your opponents, since this is college after all
I would not go after any anabolics.
You’re playing college baseball and that’s always 1 modest injury from coming to a quick end.
Don’t risk your longevity for early life success. For every Arnold Schwarzenegger or Jose Canseco there seems to be dozens of dead, but muscular, bodies around age 30-45.
I’d recommend that guy do Dan John’s “Mass Made Simple” and eat a lot of PBJs.
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Thank you guys for the reply’s.
It’s baseball. You stand or sit for 90% of the game. Besides hitting power, what would they be taking? What for?
To simply throw harder. More power, recooperation between games.