"Shredded by Summer" iparatroop's PX Black log.
- 03-08-2013, 04:50 PM
DW, I've always known the importance of diet, I just disregarded it for a long time because I was a dumdum. I'm working on getting that fixed and slowly eliminating the bad stuff that were staples for so long.
Kleen, my level was 350.4 when I got put on. I guess at my age and my level, it was substantial enough in my doc's eyes to be treated. Good luck man. I go in for bloods again in 4 1/2 weeks. We'll see what happens with dosages at that point.
- 03-09-2013, 08:49 AM
i'm not so sure i care for all the "shift" in these doctors Rx habits, or the advertising for androgel and the like
it was bad enuff when enzyte and extenze started with their freakin commercials yrs back (primetime too, when my kids were watching tv)..now it's "hey, guys go boost your test"
just not a fan - let me say however that if i did in fact have low T, i would be very happy to have an option to do something about it
my levels were tested at age 40, came in ~575, and that was a fairly substantial fall from where levels were back in 2008 ~36y/o
- 03-09-2013, 11:11 AM
I felt like a turd for a minute when I started reading your post Steve. Then I read on. Honestly, it's not a good feeling relying on medicine. If I don't feel better, altogether, in the next few weeks I'll stop treatment. I don't like feeling as though my body is inadequate.
03-09-2013, 11:57 AM
it's more the "air" of society today that i take issue with..something feel wrong with you? well there's a pill for that
wanna lose weight? pill for that, surgery too..
wanna change your face? surgery for that
don't wanna be a boy no more? go get a sex change (and vice versa for girls)
but on the other hand: you like being big and grossly overweight? well that's okay too, cuz we print magazines for big fat ppl, celebrate clothes that look like circus tents
wanna be gay? well that's cool
wanna talk about how you don't like the idea of homosexuality? well then we got a problem, cause now you're a bigot....
if ppl were just more in tune with themselves and not so hung up in what some other yo-yo thought about them, we would be a much happier place
as for the low-T: i really don't believe there are great many more guys with low T these days (despite the rampant existence of estrogens everywhere, foods/environment/etc); oh sure, that may play a small role in the sliding scale of men's testosterone output these days, but the real deal is: there is too much $ to made in prescribing of this stuff, and it just goes back to more reliance on doctors and less on trying to take care of the problem YOURSELF
so again dave, not judgemental toward someone who chooses this option, rather the state of society in general is all
03-09-2013, 03:32 PM
Nah, I only took it that way for the first sentence. After that I understood your point and I agree with you. We're subject to so many companies with deep pockets that advertise stuff that has been outlawed by the government unless prescribed and it's getting ridiculous. I don't even watch tv anymore because it's shameful how big business finds or is granted loopholes because of the regulatory groups' financial interests. Either way, I'm a volunteer slave to that system so I haven't much that I can really say aloud. It does make me worry that I have fallen prey to the pharmaceutical monster though...
Oh well, I'm on a trial run and if it doesn't work for me, I'm educated enough to be able to roughly fix what damage may have been done while searching for better health.
03-09-2013, 04:26 PM
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03-11-2013, 01:48 PM
So, I recently had the opportunity to log PX Black by Finaflex. Prior to using PX Black, I didn't have much experience with fat burners. Let me first start by saying that I've been pleasantly surprised by my experience with this product. I didn't have many expectations going into this, but I took this opportunity seriously and tried to maximize my results. With a little bit of effort and a great supplement, I got results that I was wishing for.
Appetite Suppression: 5/5. Initially, I did not notice anything as far as suppression goes. This lasted for about 2 1/2 days. On day three, PX Black's suppressive qualities became apparent and managing my hunger was not an issue. Often I had to remind myself to eat by way of the multiple alarms on my watch just to make sure I was getting enough food in.
Focus: 5/5. I stopped using my go-to PWO for the duration of my run of PX Black. Although I didn't get the same overall feeling I get from my other PWO (hard to explain), the focus was there. There's a constant energy that comes with PX Black that isn't overwhelming and helps you to maintain focus.
Energy: 7/5: PX Black has a strange way of coming on. I take it upon rising every morning, on an empty stomach. There are no jitters and no restless feelings, just a constant undeniable energy that's so smooth. It's nice to not have a crash and I had no issues sleeping at the end of the day, and no problems staying awake throughout my long, often boring days.
Weight Loss: 10/5. Here was the real kicker for me. Yes, I did just give this product a ten out of five. My starting weight was 191ish. Within two weeks I had dropped 9lbs. Accompanied by a decent diet ( I say decent because I didn't have my diet completely dialed within those first two weeks, and I still don't) and a good workout program, my results were pretty drastic as far as I am concerned. The weight loss slowed over the duration of the run, but I was putting on muscle at the same time I was losing fat too, which is a bonus.
Taste isn't really applicable but if you have a busted pill, the caps will taste like a bag of ass. Small price to pay for a great product.
Overall, I give PXB a rating of five stars. Yeah, this bottle was on FF's dime, but the next bottle is on my dime and I won't hesitate to purchase this product for another run before summer. That being said, I've also begun looking at the rest of FF's line because I enjoyed this product so much. I see Ignite2 and Max Pump in my very near future, and I even have space in my gym bag for them.
Thank you Finaflex, a change for the better.
Beginning and ending pics are on page 1 of this log. Thanks to those who followed, I will be linking this log to my next adventure, as summer hasn't started yet.
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03-12-2013, 01:39 PM
Excellent review and log man.
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03-12-2013, 03:10 PM
03-18-2013, 03:54 AM
Good job thanks for the log.
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03-19-2013, 02:38 PM
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03-19-2013, 03:19 PM
Re: "Shredded by Summer" iparatroop's PX Black log.
Great log! Amazing results as well. Good work Troop!
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