Adderall and Epi
- 11-19-2008, 04:05 PM
- 11-19-2008, 04:50 PM
i feel strong as **** when i take adderall and lift. That sounds misleading; let me explain. i take adderall for concentration and school like you, but when I lift on those days I take it (i dont take it every day) I feel stronger and more focused. adderall is speed so that makes sense. i would just be careful. 20mg is a low dose but you might want to ask your dr if there are any foreseeable interactions with the two. there is not much information out there on the subject though. gl, please let us know what you discover
- 11-19-2008, 05:55 PM
adderall is definitely a miracle drug for focusing in school. i am not prescribed it, but definitely feel i need it. i've never taken it pre workout, but i can see how it would help with concentration on lifts.
I DO NOT ADVISE THAT ANYONE DO THIS!!
11-19-2008, 06:48 PM
11-20-2008, 06:05 PM
11-20-2008, 06:57 PM
If anyone takes a highly addictive drug for a pre-workout supp it would be a horrible idea. This drug should only be used if you truly have ADD(note I am not saying anyone is using doing that but if so please do not)!!!!!!!!!!
11-20-2008, 09:30 PM
20mg of adderall xr is nothing im sure youl be fine. and learn to forcefeed yourself, once your metab gets used to digesting food every (prefferibly 2 ) 2-3 hours eating wont be a problem anymore.
11-21-2008, 09:37 AM
ADDERALL is a blend of 4 amphetemine salts, including dextroamphetemine and meth-amphetemine. 20 mg. means maybe 5 are meth. To give you an idea of how much that is: A heavy meth addict might need 15,000 mgs per IV shot several times per day.Convert that into oral and they are doing something like 40,000 mgs. So 20 mgs. 5x week is not a problem; people take Clen+ephedrine and the regulars and take much more than the equivalent. Highly addictive? Whatever. Its not a free ride, though, as I know there are some documentated cases of women developing PCOS from Aderall. This is obviously a condition that screws up the endocrine system, especially the sex hormones and thyroid,cortisol, the catecolamines. In fact, correct me if I am wrong, but the symptoms of PolyCystic Ovary Syndrome are remarkably similar to the symptoms a women sees when she goes on a cycle of androgens. Indeed, they tend to get acne, facial hair, body hair, the voice, more muscular. This is not suprising as the ovaries and adrenal are where women produce Test/estrogen, cortsol etc. Doesn't sound like this applies to you, but it was worth mentioning.
I think at 20 mg. you will see fat loss and gain muscle because it masks fatigue and you can train much harder. Just stay with no more than 60 mg./day. Aim for one dose of 20 though, and it will be like pulsing. Addiction should be no concern at all. If you feel dependant, skip non training days. Worse case, you'll sleep for an afternoon.
Pembroke, what difference would it make if he gets a doctor to say he has ADD? Suddenly, it becomes fine to take. The ADD test is a tought one to fail, no matter how many tests you've failed in the past. They give it to 5 year olds. Some of those kids don't even lift weights! Maybe I just didn't understand your post. But you sound nice.
11-21-2008, 09:46 AM
I'm fairly certain I have ADD for real, would explain my past school performance mainly when i was younger... But I take it once in a while now, usually only 5mg at a time and it deff helps me study, and ive worked out while on it too and it's great! I need to obtain a script for this ****
11-21-2008, 04:58 PM
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