Epi and cardio?

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    Epi and cardio?


    How's cardio during a cycle of Epi? I'm thinking about doing a cycle of Epi but I like to run, swim and bike. Will it effect in a bad way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwaysfirst View Post
    How's cardio during a cycle of Epi? I'm thinking about doing a cycle of Epi but I like to run, swim and bike. Will it effect in a bad way?
    Most anabolics wreck cardio (LISS) because the back pumps are ridiculous.

    Had a buddy run low dose M-Sten (10mg) for a cut and it didn't bother him until he got a stomach bug and ended up getting dehydrated from it. Then he was sucking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Most anabolics wreck cardio (LISS) because the back pumps are ridiculous.

    Had a buddy run low dose M-Sten (10mg) for a cut and it didn't bother him until he got a stomach bug and ended up getting dehydrated from it. Then he was sucking.
    Precisely this...let alone that, Epi is notorious for drying out joints...if you can jog/run for more than 15 minutes without massive knee/ankle pain and back pumps, then you are a true pro at this game.
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    I never had issue with cardio during epi. Or with SD for that matter. Halodrol however did give me some B/P issues and back pumps so I had to keep my running to a minimum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Most anabolics wreck cardio (LISS) because the back pumps are ridiculous. .
    This was basically my experience. I had trouble with my squats and deads for the same reason. Strength and size gains were pretty good though.
  

  
 

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