[quote] JJ wrote:
Id like to add some input reguarding keeping your calories at around 8000 a day.
You will find the easiest way to do this, without weight gainer shakes will be whole foods.
Whole Eggs, whole chickens, etc, no skimping, i.e egg whites, skinless chicken breast and cover everything with olive oil.
Depending how well you tolerate carbs i would aim to eat them all day, even before bed time, especially while on the t3.
A split of 35% carbs, 35% protein, 30% fat should work nicely, maybe consider dropping the protein lower at 8000 calories as that still gives you around 600g protein i think?? i suck at maths, but anymore than that, even on t3 and 2g of gear it wont get synthesised into muscle tissue.
And dude, dont cant me testana not cool lol
lol! Davie-Poo and Testanna… Such a sweet couple! ;p
What i dont get is, why are calories virtually doubled to accomodate the T3, when if none was taken, then moderate calories or a moderate reduction would achieve the same thing (Cals in-Cals Burnt)?
Why bother with it if you are just going to have to eat so much (JESUS, SO MUCH) more just to offset the extreme effect from this drug?
T3 allows the body to process the macros much more efficently and quickly. For example, forgetting the use of aas to keep things simple, a BB eats 40g of protein per serving, dependant on the bioavailability of that protein he can digest say 35g of it, that is what his metabolic rate, digestive capacity and protein demand can do.
Add T3 into the equation at 50mcg daily, everything can be done quicker, allowing the BB to eat more calories that will be used for building muscle tissue not adipose.
So to summarise, the increased daily food intake is not to offset the powerful effects of cytomel, but rather to take full advantage of it.
When it is combined with a body pumped full of exogenous hormones it is the dogs bollocks mate.