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  1. Hi. I guess I would like to be your friend or maybe chat with you a bit.

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    2. Doctor9


      These days I am starting back on creatine and protein shakes from time to time.  I am also experimenting with some material to try and get my  knees into better operating condition (A family tendency to arthritis has robbed me of 50% of the cartilage in each knee)  So right now I'm on MK677/BPC157/igf1.  The combo does seem to be helping, actually...hoping to make some improvements.

      Re: steroids.  I'm a chemist, and respect them, but also know what their limits are.  I'm actually on supplementary testosterone (which, technically, is a steroid) but one that your body is specifically designed to use :)  I believe in keeping things simple - and test is as simple as it gets.




    3. Jocaflo


      I am sorry to hear about your knees. I hope you can find some relief and improvement with this material.

      The truth is after a certain age nobody is free from whatever health problems. I for one have nodules on my thyroid, and I have had tem for more than twenty years! They are not malign, but they are rather big so as to be conspicuous. I take a few formulas, but I don't want surgery. Most doctors, however, favor surgery (but off will come the whole thyroid, not only the nodules).

      I am of the opinion that steroids are only good if you are keen on training as well. Taking them alone and not training enoughleads to disaster. I am also on supplementary test, in the form of a cream. Do you think test cream are just as effective as injections?

    4. Doctor9


      Not really - the transdermal formulations have improved - but they still don't get absorbed as efficiently as they do *inside* the body.


  2. http://uncagedman.com/bone-broth-protein http://www.musclebuildingfoodshq.com/bone-broth-benefits/
  3. Does this sound true?

    I know what you mean, Mark, but I simply don't find that typical for women.
  4. National Masturbation Month

    Maybe this is like pouring cold water on most of you guys, including me, lol, but this is what I found on the Anabolic site run by Ali Kuoppala. << If you want a free and extremely enjoyable way to increase your testosterone levels. Then just have some good ol’ sex. Not with a hand, but with a person. Now, I know that few guys will come here and tell me how they found out in some bro-science bodybuilding site that ejaculations would lower testosterone, and thus, sex would be a no-go. But that’s bullshit…>> The whole piece is here: https://www.anabolicmen.com/sex-and-testosterone/
  5. hidden agenda?

    A guy I chat with on the internet recently told me that one of the main reasons why he works out to become muscular is to be able to give other guys - he doesn't mention women - a boner when they look at him. Don't you think that this could be a legit (and yet often unconfessable) motivation for most bodybuilders no matter what their sexual preference is?
  6. Does this sound true?

    Scroll down and read the excerpt in italics: https://boldanddetermined.com/how-to-get-big-naturally-building-muscle-gaining-size-and-wetting-panties/ I know girls can get flustered or aroused around a pop star or looking at a beautiful man's face, but to nearly orgasm looking at muscle sounds to me very very uncommon, to say the least. Isn't there something fishy about this piece? lol
  7. Academic Article - University of Sussex

    Me too. I would love to read the whole piece, but I am afraid it is not available for free. You have to purchase it. Unfortunately...
  8. Gym & Depression

    An additional note: two more things that work against depression are: contact with nature (even if it is in a movie - as far as I know, depression is an urban illness) and humor (reading comic books or watching comic movies). My two cents....
  9. Gym & Depression

    The French have a very interesting saying: "Le muscle est le contrepoids du nerf." Even if you don't know any French, you can easily guess the meaning: "Your muscles are a counterweight for your nerves." If this is physiologically speaking true, it explains why working out helps against depression. In a few particular cases, so does fasting. (PS. Noone should start fasting without supervision or some prior knowledge about it.)
  10. Sorry, but I can't help voicing this. It would be simply mind-blowing just to imagine, let alone to see, you guys worshipping each other and making love.
  11. Krishna: Origins (WARNING: Snuff)

    Please go on.
  12. enzynes

    I see your points. Yet, some supplements like pollen, oyster powder, herbs... could be thought of as food, if you see what I mean. I agree that foods in your diet is basically what you should rely on, but at times you may need a little beyond. So you never take supplements, things like whey, creatine, probiotics....?
  13. enzynes

    Thank you, guys, for the info and advice. I may be wrong here, but I still believe that supplementation can be a helping hand in some cases, at least for a while. That is why I am intereted to know if anyone had any experience with this product. It looks good from the outside, but it could be too good to be true.
  14. Thanks for following me.

  15. I think Arpeejay hits the nail on the head with his approach. It is neutral, yet quite appreciative, and does not seem to harbor any hidden agenda.