Late but subbed!I have been looking at this product for a while now!
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did arms yesterday. noticeable increase in strength especially on dips(compound), usually can get around 8 with 2 plates yesterday i did 12 and it was easy and felt light. i think the 20mgs was necessary for me.
this stuff is starting to get some traction. did legs, never felt tired, weight is feeling lighter. muscles looking alot fuller. no sides, except have felt tired/exhausted the last 3 days, may be lethargy but may just be from tearing up alot more muscle tissue. off day tomorrow
In for sure
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well....havent said much, because havent had much to say. this last workout cycle no noticeable strength increase and weight is stagnant. So far i would have better gains from taking creatine. Been at 20mg not one side, no gains that would lead someone to point to anabolics. But personally have been eating well and working out hard so not a total loss. But yea no superdrol, at around 10-14 days on SD i had gained 7-8 lbs and strength had shot through the roof. I guess others are reacting alot better though so who knows
Trying to figure out next step, im coming to the end of 3 weeks and not alot to show for it. my two thoughts are up dose to 30mgs and go a few more weeks to just see or just stay at 20mgs finish 4 weeks and be done.
well, that's why I ordered a bottle of m1t instead of this. too new for me to drop some $$$, i'd rather spend 56$ on something I know will do it
yep. it sucks.
This is so disappointing...
im gonna have to read all the other peoples logs now and see if there bs'n. because i think this compound is not being able to get into my system and take effect, because i usually get some pimples from the hormone change, and even if i dont start adding alot of lbs my strength goes up pretty good.
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