You're on cycle? Thats probably what's doing it. You said this just started? What are you taking? when did you start cycle? Should have mentioned this in opening post.
[QUOTE="JD261985;3902708"]You're on cycle? Thats probably what's doing it. You said this just started? What are you taking? when did you start cycle? Should have mentioned this in opening post.[/QUOTE
Tried upping my carb in take and fats about 2 hours before my workouts this week that seemed to do the trick. Not only did the light headed feeling go away felt much stronger and more intense.
I'm on week 10 outta 12 with a deca, testE and winny cycle. Doin a very low dose of everything cuz I understand the concept slow and steady wins the race; not getting to crazy beings I'm still a newbie but very good results. Back on topic I do think bp, HR and O2 is playing a part in that goin for a check up in 3 weeks to make sure levels are goin back to normal
you know what works great for newbs every time? almost anything. with a great workout plan, great diet, and a great amount of sleep you will gain more than someone on test doing a crappy workout with a crappy diet with crappy sleep patterns.
just know that test is an ace card that can only be played once for optimal results. as a newb you played that card so you are done. someone that spends years working hard, sleeping hard, and eating hard will go further and then they do test and they will blow you out of the water. sorry to be the one to tell you but test this early in a game is a major newb mistake.
you can call me "ozzie" for short.