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Adding X-Factor to Pro Hormones - Increasing Androgen Receptors... Your thoughts?

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    Question Adding X-Factor to Pro Hormones - Increasing Androgen Receptors... Your thoughts?


    So it would seem that X-Factor would amplify results to just about all pro hormones. AA's main functions are:

    Increased workout productivity (Intensified residual soreness)
    Increased pumps (Greater nutrient availability to the muscles)
    Increased androgen receptors (Amplifying the anabolic actions of testosterone)
    Increased protein synthesis rates (Accelerated muscle and strength gains)

    All looks good, but seems the increased androgen receptors would complement nicely any pro hormone that increases Androgens, which mostly all do. What do you think? Any reason to NOT stack a PH w/ X-Factor?

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    The prohibitive cost. Xfactor didn't do jack **** for me anyway. I would never try this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnrealMachine View Post
    The prohibitive cost. Xfactor didn't do jack **** for me anyway. I would never try this.

    Nothing works for you but s-drol and test lol
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    maybe look into carnitine supplementation.
    studies have shown l-carnitine l-tartrate to upregulate androgen receptors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hank Vangut View Post
    maybe look into carnitine supplementation.
    studies have shown l-carnitine l-tartrate to upregulate androgen receptors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnrealMachine View Post
    The prohibitive cost. Xfactor didn't do jack **** for me anyway. I would never try this.
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    save your money
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    I have heard many guys doing both together, and getting really good results.

    I haven't tried it on cycle yet, I prefer to use it during PCT though.
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    I personally liked X-factor when i tried it solo. Make sure to cut efa's down, but i could def feel it working. Increased soreness and muscles felt tighter. Should be synergistic with anything androgenic.
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