[quote]Mr. Walkway wrote:
Were attributing our gains to to EQ not the other compounds we use, huh. I can see how someone with limited AAS experience of 2-3 years would think this, lol. Its truly a novice mistake but when you get a decade or more of experience your knowledge base will improve.
The raised RBC and blood pressure are minimal at best and there are plenty of ways around these problems. Again something an experienced user would know.
As far a dangerous drugs go EQ is fucking aspirin compared to many.
The fact that you bring up ML to ML ratio and what gives the best “gains” makes me think your still in your infancy and probably around 200lbs. I could be wrong though. All Im saying is at a certain point you dont always need what gives the best fast gains. Quality of life, addressing weak points and career longevity are just as important.
Why is it that so many high level pro athletes/lifters that have actually made huge accomplishments use EQ all the time and stand by it?
I guess they have been doing it wrong this whole time! [/quote]
ive been told by many people who have been using aas for decades that EQ is worthless… i decided to run it myself to see… and sure enough i agreed after about 16 weeks at 800mg/week
“The fact that you bring up ML to ML ratio and what gives the best “gains” makes me think your still in your infancy and probably around 200lbs.”
you didn’t refute my point… at all… lol
and “professional athletes” use EQ because it improves cardio etc…
IFBB pro bodybuilders use EQ because they cant handle high doses of tren (that’s actually true…)
“All Im saying is at a certain point you don’t always need what gives the best fast gains.”
well… since this is a steroid forum, i think most here are concerned with what gives them the best fast gains.
i could be wrong tho[/quote]
Whatever gains you get off EQ, you are much more likely to keep. I think what popeye meant is that it’s not just about blowing up like a balloon and getting moon faced, regardless of how much fun it is.
It’s like saying a car is better based purely on the engine sound. Purely cosmetic, and when it comes to racing, meaningless.
you are more likely to “keep” your eq gains because EQ won’t get you nearly as far beyond your natural potential as test/tren/deca etc…
lol@moonfaced… i was on test/tren/dbol with aromasin (dosed too low), and i got a moon face and cankles… then i upped my aromasin and pissed out all the extra water… easy peasy.
and LOL@ your metaphor… im not trying to be a jerk bro… im really not.
but you even said yourself, EQ is not ideal for bodybuilding purposes considering what else is out there…
if you are an endurance athlete or someone who needs more cardio in general, or if you can’t handle 19nors… then sure, use EQ instead of tren… but if you are looking for strength/size/recomp, tren is your best bet (they are priced similarly too, at least with all my sources)
it’s worth noting that EQ also causes pretty severe anxiety in a lot of users… just thought id mention that.
and when it comes to avoiding injury… the lifter just has to be mature about his lifting… and avoid ego lifting/dumb dangerous lifts etc…
avoid shit like barbell benching/oly lifts etc… stupid kids get too excited about their new strength and go balls to the wall and end up fucking themselves