Bodz, I understand your points made in the last post regarding N-17E. However, I’ve been doing everything you said, honestly.
Training: I work harder than anyone I’ve seen my age in the gym. People always stare at me when I’m screaming very loud to get that last rep. They always look at me after, swetting bullets from a hard fought squat set, then limping over to the water fountain while sporting my T-rone shirt. I know what hard work is because I’ve been doing it for the past couple years. My first years of training were not too intense. I switch up my programs every 3 weeks. I’ve done the 12 week limping program, Luke Sauder Calf Routine, Poliquin’s Slow tempo arm routine, his gymnast back routine, and currently doing 12 week chest/back program. I also create my own programs factoring in TUT, reps, sets, rest, % of maximum, all based on individual goals. I feel I’ve learned a lot since learning these important elements.
Eating: I eat six to eight meals a day, everyday. I’ve been logging what I eat since I was 14 (now 19). I’ve done the Anabolic Diet, T-Dawg Diet, Get-Big Diet, and made my own diets based on individual goals. I always eat at least every 3 hours usually every 2 hours. My calories tend to range from 3000-5000 depending on if I’m cutting or bulking. I don’t drink alcohol at all. I drank a gallon of water a day, sometimes more. When I’m eating carbs, I get them from good sources. I have good post-workout shakes. Grow! with fat free cottage cheese and flax oil. Sometimes use grape juice for post-workout meal. When it comes to eating right, I’ve got it nailed.
Sleeping: I never get less than 6 hours of sleep. I usually get 8 hours, occasionally 9. I go to bed at the same time every night and wake up at the same time. I know that without adequate sleep, my body would not recover from my workouts. When using MD6, I make sure not to take it too late, otherwise it interferes with my sleep.
Supplements: I’ve used Biotest supplements for about 6 months now. I’ve had good success with Power Drive, MD6, and RiboseC as pre-workout stimulants. I’ve done 2 cycles of Androsol and Tribex. Average results gaining 3-4 lbm. I’ve also used Methoxy-7 which I think I had a lot of success with. One thing it says it does that I’ve noticed is improves the body’s ability to utilize oxygen. It also lowered my cholesterol levels. The only thing that bothers me is that I didn’t have a lot of success with Androsol. Possibly because I’m only 19. It makes me wonder how I would respond to N-17E.
Case in point, I’m not some stupid kid who just wants to cheat my way to be bigger. I’ve earned the 50 lbs. of lbm that I’ve gained in 5 years. I’m now 190 and I think wihout my smart way of living I would probably be 30 lbs. lighter. I might not have reached my genetic limit, but something tells me I have. My genes are tall and skinny. Unless I eat 5000 calories everyday I drop back to 180 because of my super fast metabolism. I sincerely doubt that I could add more than 10 lbs. of lbm without using something. I may be wrong though.
Now that you know I’m not a stupid 19 year old kid, do you think I should still not even consider the use of N-17E or any other pro-steroid for that matter?? Comments requested.