M-DROL and nutrients!

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    M-DROL and nutrients!


    what should i eat on m-drol
    what kind of nutrients should i take'?

    how much water should i drink a day

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    If you have to ask questions like that, then you don't need to use M-drol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    If you have to ask questions like that, then you don't need to use M-drol.
    Amen to that. Stay natural and learn the basics to create a solid foundation. Without the foundation you will inevitably fail.
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    Hey bro, use the search function. Just type in M-Drol under advanced search, and search titles only. You'll get every thread that has M-Drol in the title, and then you can go from there.

    Just some tips if you're thinking about M-Drol...
    1.) Read up on the compound itself, how it works, how to take it, what it does to the body, ect..
    2.) Read up on how to PCT properly, including SERMs, what they are, how they work, and where to get them.
    3.) Find out how to eat while on-cycle. A good rule of thumb is to just eat like crazy (clean foods of course).
    4.) Figure out the best training method for on-cycle.
    5.) Become aware of the side effects and how you can combat them as best as possible. For me, this stuff makes me feel awesome in the gym, but out of the gym I'll feel drained sometimes.

    First thing I'd recommend you read is a little article called "Superdrol for Dummies." I don't know if there's an "M-Drol for Dummies," since it would pretty much say the same thing

    Good luck, and be well prepared in advance of taking this stuff.
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    This is this kids 3rd post about the stuff. He just won't get off the whole m-drol deal. Makes another post when he doesn't hear what he wants.

    At 19, 6'1" and 170 you got some work to do before jumping into this stuff.

    protein
    creatine
    BCAA's
    Diet for heavens sake
    Multi
    Omega 3's
    maybe a pre work out drink if you need to be motivated
    hardwork
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    carbs carbs carbs protein carbs protein

    one gallon of water per day.

    now that you know everything you need to know about m-drol start eating them and watch yourself grow.
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    copycat i know nothing about it
    im not trying to hear what i want to hear
    i just want to hear multiple opinions judgeing by your pic i doubt i want to listin to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTR21589 View Post
    copycat i know nothing about it
    im not trying to hear what i want to hear
    i just want to hear multiple opinions judgeing by your pic i doubt i want to listin to you.
    Don't confuse knowledge with a physique.
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    Go ahead and use the M-Drol if you want to so bad. I just hope you're a good way into your 20's. Lessons learned teach far more than lessons taught.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTR21589 View Post
    copycat i know nothing about it
    im not trying to hear what i want to hear
    i just want to hear multiple opinions judgeing by your pic i doubt i want to listin to you.
    3 inches shorter and I have 15 lbs on you. I have not used anything but the staples and to be ronnie coleman I am not trying. My fitness centers around combat, but I'm just trying to help you out man. You seem bent on using and you are simply not ready yet
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    Heres the info:
    THIS IS A STEROID
    YOU WILL HURT YOUR BODY INTERNALLY NO MATTER WHAT YOUR DIET OR WATER INTAKE IS LIKE

    Just try getting you diet, training and basic supps in order. Work out for another 4-5years and then consider taking this stuff
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    ~ Fundamental Guidelines ~
    • Workout hard - There are many different workout regimes, many that work well. Generally: Strength training is in the 6 rep range / Bodybuilding in the 8-10 rep range. - Rep range warmup: 15 ( sets 1 & 2 ) Working: 10, 8, 6 last three sets add drop sets to failure )

    • Fast Efficient Workouts = 1hr - This is not hard and fast but studies have shown that Cortisol rises after 1hr

    • Protein shake immediately after workout and then protein meal with carbs etc within 1hr

    • Creatine - Mono or CEE you decide. Both before and after workout.

    • Daily meals - 5 - 6 day ( including shakes ) protein = 1g per pound of body weight. Meal 1 ( breakies ) is shake plus oatmeal or whatever else you want ( apple is good fibre / system crap mover ), Meal 6 is post workout shake with creatine etc and then solid food meal. Carbs tapered down from morning to evening and fats tapered up from morning to evening. Protein is a constant.

    • Sleep 8 - 10 hrs a night ( very imp for all natural BB'ers )

    • Supps - Do you note the order in which these are and where supps come??? - a) Multivitamin / B complex b) Whey protein c) creatine e) Test boosters / stacks etc

    ~ Exercises ~
    • Squats - Biggest muscle and boosts test like crazy, work em hard and see results big time.

    • Deadlifts / Chins / Bent over Rows / Pulldowns - 1st attempt either an palm up or palm down chin at the beginning of your back workout, if you can do one, try two, if you can do 15, add weight. Most important for back is to make the mind / muscle connection. Concentrate ( start with low weight and excellent form ) on getting a good contraction and not swinging with the weight. Calm controlled up down with good squeeze of lats at bottom of rep. All about the connection / squeeze

    • Leg press

    • Flat Bench Dumbell / Barbell - Always swap it up, it takes more muscle etc to do dumbells ( stabilizing muscles etc ) but switch it up - Start with dips to hit lower chest then move to flat bench / incline.

    • Core work - Abs / lower back - work the weaker harder.

    This should give you a good idea....Best thing for test.....squats ....good form, warm up well, be careful and grow!


    Here's some links to get you started:

    Training Primer

    HIIT High Intensity Interval Cardio Training

    Bill Starr 5x5 - Madcow Intermediate or Linear Version

    Bodybuilding Nutrition - Sample Bodybuilding Diet

    The Training Information Vault (programs, exercises and more) - Bodybuilding.com Forums

    Anabolic Diet | Sample Bodybuilders Diet
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    Good call
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    neoborn that post is MONEy for newbs!
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    Keepin it real on the low down, G-Money

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    ^^ Holy S**t that just made my day ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Don't confuse knowledge with a physique.
    To be honest , I do think if you have knowledge then your physique should be good as well. The only excuse to that would be someone that knows alot but is physically challenged and cannot train properly due to that reason or they have been out of the gym for years. Other then that and a few excuses that I probably missed ,if you know what you are doing then it should show on your body, should it not??
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    haha talk about bringing an old ass thread back to life
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjarider45 View Post
    haha talk about bringing an old ass thread back to life
    Every time someone brings up an old thread you should pop that avatar on them,lol. Thats just nasty a$$ right there.
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    like everyone has stated you should do some listening and reading before you take anything.
    I made your same mistake when I was 18 5 years later I still have to deal with what it did to me.
    I made the same mistake of not listening to people who have been around the block who gave me sound advice when I joined the Marines and I ****ed myself there. Now I try to pass on that same information and those nuggets to other people who are considering it knowing that they are prob just as stubborn and hard headed as I was and will make the same mistakes only to do the same thing I did and so many before me did.
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