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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Honestly after following 20-30 logs i have noted the same things

    Those who were cutting
    - Very hard to lose weight
    - Even without losing weight or gaining a pound or two they got leaner
    - Appetite and Hunger Increased
    - Mood increased, and energy increased
    - Pump increased/more vascular

    Bulking
    - Most bulking logs added 8-10 pounds during their run of 1 bottle (some more)
    - Stayed the same leanness or got leaner
    - Minor dieuretic effects (Some had bathroom problems)
    - Increased Appetite
    - Greater Pump/Focus
    - IMproved Vascularity/muscle hardness




    ^^^Just read that over and over. That is a dream come true to most in 30 days.

    Not to mention what a 60 day run would bring to the table.
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    There is also thermogenesis in the mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sourdough View Post

    I don't agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by goyard74

    You might not agree but explain why and if u read further down distilled explained and freezing accepted his explanation. It's ok to disagree with a person but give them your reasoning to further educate them
    I can't speak for sourdough but I'm pretty sure it's bc he was able to cut a good amount of bf using the product , of course, that was his focus though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone
    Diet dictates whether you gain or lose, it has very little to do with what supplements you are taking.
    Bingo
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    Quote Originally Posted by USPlabsRep View Post
    You can add Synergy with Stimulants...hence the Muscle|Mind...

    There is also thermogenesis in the mix.
    Are we hinting at the profile here sir?

    I like where this convo is going!
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    I had the opportunity to test Versa-1 and was beyond impressed. Its versatility is truly second to none, making it the most impressive supplement that I've used to date. I really can't think of another supplement that compares to it and would be hard-pressed to come up with a stack that would produce similar effects/results.

    I went into my run on a lean bulk and after the first week, noticed that I was already leaning out. I brought up my calorie total considerably, which resulted in zero fat gain over the final 3 weeks of supplementation. Muscle fullness and vascularity were also notably improved throughout the 30 days, which had me more vascular than I'd ever been. Veins were popping up in areas that previously had none (even when leaner), while others gained significant prominence. I finished my bottle of Versa-1, up a total of 3.2lbs, with my appearance looking a little tighter than when I started. According to my calipers, I actually shed a small amount of body fat in the process.

    The ergogenic benefits of Versa-1 were just as, if not more impressive, than its effects on body composition. The progress I made in the gym topped what I was able to accomplish the few months prior. It helped me break through several plateaus and had me setting new PR's with each workout. The increase in strength endurance was on par with the strength gains as well. I could complete a workout with just about the same level of strength that I had walking into the gym.

    Added energy, focus (mental clarity), and overall feeling of well-being, were some of the other noted benefits of Versa-1. I went through each day feeling fantastic and the same things that normally had me worn out were completed with energy intact. This carried over to the gym, which lead to consistently great workouts. I was entering the gym with my confidence at an all-time high and my results only added to this feeling.



    Starting Pics: white shorts
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    Starting Weight: 207lbs
    Final Weight: 210.2lbs (+3.2lbs)



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    Damnn nice breezy no homo lol
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    Dang mine got lost in the mail they said. So I gotta wait! what Im willing to through for usplabs! haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I had the opportunity to test Versa-1 and was beyond impressed. Its versatility is truly second to none, making it the most impressive supplement that I’ve used to date. I really can’t think of another supplement that compares to it and would be hard pressed to come up with a stack that would produce similar effects/results.

    I went into my run on a lean bulk and after the first week, noticed that I was already leaning out. I brought up my calorie total considerably, which resulted in zero fat gain over the final 3 weeks of supplementation. Muscle fullness and vascularity were also notably improved throughout the 30 days, which had me more vascular than I’d ever been. Veins were popping up in areas that previously had none (even when leaner), while others gained significant prominence. I finished my bottle of Versa-1, up a total of 3.2lbs, with my appearance looking a little tighter than when I started. According to my calipers, I actually shed a small amount of body fat in the process.
    Just curious, how much did you raise your kcals during your run while adding nearly what it looks like 3 pounds of pure LBM? Outstanding work man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post
    Damnn nice breezy no homo lol
    Lol thanks man.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Just curious, how much did you raise your kcals during your run while adding nearly what it looks like 3 pounds of pure LBM? Outstanding work man!
    Thanks Solution. My caloric intake varies a good amount throughout the week, based on my activity level. The first week I averaged about 5200 cals and the following weeks were around 5900 cals. I actually hit 7000 cals at one point. I would normally lean bulk, eating 4700-5400 calories daily, unless my activity level calls for more (which is rare).
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I had the opportunity to test Versa-1 and was beyond impressed. Its versatility is truly second to none, making it the most impressive supplement that I've used to date. I really can't think of another supplement that compares to it and would be hard pressed to come up with a stack that would produce similar effects/results.

    I went into my run on a lean bulk and after the first week, noticed that I was already leaning out. I brought up my calorie total considerably, which resulted in zero fat gain over the final 3 weeks of supplementation. Muscle fullness and vascularity were also notably improved throughout the 30 days, which had me more vascular than I'd ever been. Veins were popping up in areas that previously had none (even when leaner), while others gained significant prominence. I finished my bottle of Versa-1, up a total of 3.2lbs, with my appearance looking a little tighter than when I started. According to my calipers, I actually shed a small amount of body fat in the process.

    The ergogenic aspect of Versa-1 was just as, if not more impressive, than its effects on body composition. The progress I made in the gym topped what I was able to accomplish the few months prior. It helped me break through several plateaus and had me setting new PR's with each workout. The increase in strength endurance was on par with the strength gains as well. I could complete a workout with just about the same level of strength that I had walking into the gym.

    Added energy, focus (mental clarity), and overall feeling of well-being, were some other noted benefits of Versa-1. I went through each day feeling fantastic and the same things that normally had me worn out, were completed with energy intact. This carried over to the gym, which lead to consistently great workouts. I was entering the gym with my confidence at an all-time high and my results only added to this feeling.

    Starting Pics: white shorts
    Final Pics (12 hours post V-1 dosing): dark shorts

    Starting Weight: 207lbs
    Final Weight: 210.2lbs (+3.2lbs)

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    <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=71 889"/><img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=71 890"/>

    Attached is a link to my final review, which breaks down some of the effects in more detail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post

    Gosh, would you put a shirt on already? Pull your pants up too....

    Lol. Yes sir. It was all in the name of research haha...I normally don't even wear sleeveless shirts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post

    Lol. Yes sir. It was all in the name of research haha...I normally don't even wear sleeveless shirts.
    Hahahaha I don't blame ya, bud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post

    I can't speak for sourdough but I'm pretty sure it's bc he was able to cut a good amount of bf using the product , of course, that was his focus though.
    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Diet dictates whether you gain or lose, it has very little to do with what supplements you are taking.
    Exactly

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    And although diet will dictate which way results will go... I know there is no way I would have achieved exactly what I did without the outside assistance that Versa-1 provided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Lol thanks man.



    Thanks Solution. My caloric intake varies a good amount throughout the week, based on my activity level. The first week I averaged about 5200 cals and the following weeks were around 5900 cals. I actually hit 7000 cals at one point. I would normally lean bulk, eating 4700-5400 calories daily, unless my activity level calls for more (which is rare).
    almost 6000 calories?
    Mind = Blown

    whats a normal day of eats/diet look like for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkgreene88 View Post
    I loved this stuff!


    I was one of the first batch of tester for this! I broke many pr's throughout its use. I ended up losing 2 pounds but my weight fluctuates all the time. I felt super hungry all the time and ate like a horse! I also felt pumped up for days after a workout, even on off days! I recommend everyone try this stuff out!!
    What kind of sides did you notice, and how long/what dose did you run it at?
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    Also, who was the tester that went from 264 to 280lbs? Would like to ask them a few questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tattoopierced1
    Also, who was the tester that went from 264 to 280lbs? Would like to ask them a few questions.
    Probably hokiepride
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    I ran 1 pill a day, no sides besides a weight fluctuation and being hungry all the time. I ran it for a month.
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    Definitely will be scooping some of this up on innercircle. I've heard too many great things to pass it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    almost 6000 calories?
    Mind = Blown

    whats a normal day of eats/diet look like for you?
    Haha That's correct. I was over 6000 quite a few times, but my intake usually drops by a good amount on the weekends.

    I always start my day with a massive breakfast, that's usually at least 2000 calories. Some typical foods that would be included are eggs, chicken sausage, turkey bacon, steak, roast beef hash, Ezekiel English muffins, pancakes ("regular", sweet potato, broccoli, spinach), potatoes, waffles, cereal (sometimes 6-8 cups lol), almond butter/milk, and light cream cheese. I can end up eating more by 6am than some people do all day haha.

    When working, I usually have 4 sandwiches (chicken or turkey on Ezekiel bread) for lunch and Quest/VPX bars as snacks throughout the day.

    After work (pre workout), cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, chicken sausage, and GlycoMyx were had the majority of the last month. Immediately after my workout I have a big whey/GlycoMyx shake.

    My main dinner was consistently chicken breast and a ton of veggies with EVOO.



    I actually have a bunch of food pics throughout my log. Here's a few examples of what I ate during my run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattoopierced1 View Post
    Also, who was the tester that went from 264 to 280lbs? Would like to ask them a few questions.
    Bigmix, was the tester who gained that weight. I just got more dense and stronger. I already stand at 6'5", 350. I don't want anymore weight. Just getting more defined now! I'm not your average 350 either! Don't get it twisted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Haha That's correct. I was over 6000 quite a few times, but my intake usually drops by a good amount on the weekends.

    I always start my day with a massive breakfast, that's usually at least 2000 calories. Some typical foods that would be included are eggs, chicken sausage, turkey bacon, steak, roast beef hash, Ezekiel English muffins, pancakes ("regular", sweet potato, broccoli, spinach), potatoes, waffles, cereal (sometimes 6-8 cups lol), almond butter/milk, and light cream cheese. I can end up eating more by 6am than some people do all day haha.

    When working, I usually have 4 sandwiches (chicken or turkey on Ezekiel bread) for lunch and Quest/VPX bars as snacks throughout the day.

    After work (pre workout), cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, chicken sausage, and GlycoMyx were had the majority of the last month. Immediately after my workout I have a big whey/GlycoMyx shake.

    My main dinner was consistently chicken breast and a ton of veggies with EVOO.



    I actually have a bunch of food pics throughout my log. Here's a few examples of what I ate during my run.

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    Breezy, Salute! your pics are beast and results are sick. Those meals would last me a week. I couldn't eat one plate in a sitting yet I still do what I do. Just goes to show you how everyone is different in their nutritional needs and workouts. Job well done Breezy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HokiePride View Post
    Bigmix, was the tester who gained that weight. I just got more dense and stronger. I already stand at 6'5", 350. I don't want anymore weight. Just getting more defined now!
    Not seeing anyone with that username.. really curious as to his dosing etc.. as I'm trying to get as close to 300lbs as possible, and I can not break past 260 to save my life lol...

    I've gone from 6'7" 158lbs back in 2003 and fluctuate between 250 and 260 now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tattoopierced1 View Post
    Not seeing anyone with that username.. really curious as to his dosing etc.. as I'm trying to get as close to 300lbs as possible, and I can not break past 260 to save my life lol...

    I've gone from 6'7" 158lbs back in 2003 and fluctuate between 250 and 260 now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HokiePride View Post
    Breezy, Salute! your pics are beast and results are sick. Those meals would last me a week. I couldn't eat one plate in a sitting yet I still do what I do. Just goes to show you how everyone is different in their nutritional needs and workouts. Job well done Breezy!
    Thanks HP! I appreciate the kind words man. I agree, what works for one might not be ideal for others. I definitely require more food than most. Your results are very impressive as well...PR's and more PR's!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tattoopierced1 View Post
    Not seeing anyone with that username.. really curious as to his dosing etc.. as I'm trying to get as close to 300lbs as possible, and I can not break past 260 to save my life lol...

    I've gone from 6'7" 158lbs back in 2003 and fluctuate between 250 and 260 now.
    I believe all testers stuck to the recommended 1 cap per day.
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    Not sure if this was asked, but would this be a good addition to a PCT? For example, add Versa-1 to Clomid and a product like Reboot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boogyman View Post
    Not sure if this was asked, but would this be a good addition to a PCT? For example, add Versa-1 to Clomid and a product like Reboot.
    Anything that's gonna give you an advantage and that's not suppressive, can only be a good thing..so my guess is yes. The answer is yes.lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boogyman View Post
    Not sure if this was asked, but would this be a good addition to a PCT? For example, add Versa-1 to Clomid and a product like Reboot.
    All I would see from the above stack is extra win. Judging from the posts, it looks like a good way to enhance strength, lean body mass, and cardiovascular health in PCT, along with maybe removing some unwanted fat gains, all of which are some key focuses in pct.
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    I thought it might, but not knowing whats actually in it, and by what mechanism it works I was not really sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boogyman View Post
    Not sure if this was asked, but would this be a good addition to a PCT? For example, add Versa-1 to Clomid and a product like Reboot.
    I would say so! That's when I'm planning on using it. I'll let you know how that goes
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    Quote Originally Posted by HokiePride View Post
    Breezy, Salute! your pics are beast and results are sick. Those meals would last me a week. I couldn't eat one plate in a sitting yet I still do what I do. Just goes to show you how everyone is different in their nutritional needs and workouts. Job well done Breezy!

    Breezy, could you please post a link to your log? are you on the USP forums by chance?
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    I won some Versa-1 and boro said it'll be out asap.
    Meanwhile I've been way too excited for Jan 8th cuz I plan on buying more lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FL3X MAGNUM View Post
    I won some Versa-1 and boro said it'll be out asap.
    Meanwhile I've been way too excited for Jan 8th cuz I plan on buying more lol.
    You and me both.i need to win some more and buy some! Stock up for the summer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Breezy, could you please post a link to your log? are you on the USP forums by chance?
    No problem man. I have the log on both forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FL3X MAGNUM View Post
    I won some Versa-1 and boro said it'll be out asap.
    Meanwhile I've been way too excited for Jan 8th cuz I plan on buying more lol.
    Same. He said it would ship once they got more of it.
    Will be getting a bottle when it drops next month to run it for 8 weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingLeonidas9 View Post

    Same. He said it would ship once they got more of it.
    Will be getting a bottle when it drops next month to run it for 8 weeks.
    ^^^this. Things are crazy right now guys! Please bare with us. We love and appreciate all the hard work you do. You will be rewarded, just may take a little time. I apologize for any and all inconveniences this may have caused with stacking plans.

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    How did ppl win?! lol
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