you even got me to go back and research just to make sure.
but I see what you mean. what you're saying is it's such a weak androgen, it's suited well for women, unlike trenbolone.
I can buy locally at my gym.
Anavar never has and never will be a "bulking" compound. I can't believe how hard you guys are pressing this idea.
I wasn't suggesting she take any test, but I think you would have to be able to read and comprehend well enough to understand that.
I'm just confused to your abrasive nature attacking a man after a misunderstanding and an apology.
High school was over a long time ago, now will you stop your freaking bitching.
Sorry Thighgirl, this guy is just a loser.
I still find it hilarious on this board that everyone is so hyped to give advice on steroid and supplement intake and never bother to ask about current diet and workout. There really is little reason that a female cannot achieve good muscle mass and strength with proper diet and workout. Just because someone is working out 4-5 years means nothing.
Good diet + good training program Natty will never compare good diet / training program + aas.
Male or female.
Second. Are you interested in competition? Cause if you're into figure...var wil be fine. Bodybuilding however. Your going to have to go the testosterone route. Sorry but you won't get big enough with var for competition.
if not for competition then var or tbol/hdrol. Maybe primo/winstrol.
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Originally Posted by kisaj
No where in my post did I imply or compare anything like that. I stated that we don't know her workout or diet and that there is little or no reason that a female cannot gain good muscle mass from that alone. We know nothing about the OP and people are debating on the best AAS she should take.
Being a female, ur gonna have to find more patience than us guys. Your hormones arent geared toward rapid muscle and strength gains. So, how much patience do u have? 4 weeks? 3 months? 6 months? A year?
For my wife (whose success I feel responsible for), noticeable differences come 6 months at a time. She is natty.
Start making changes now to ur diet to get u moving in the right direction. U need two different measuring tools: the scale and measuring tape. These two together will identify progress when the eyes cant. Since ur gains will be slow, you'll need that encouragement. Diet and consistency are most important with the exercise routine being the least important. Things dont start picking up for most folks til they get 6-8 years into their training habits. This of course applies to those that r serious, consistent and dedicated. So u have time. Dont fall into the "hype of hurry". Hastiness leads to bad choices and a lack of discipline. Besides, and I speak from a strong authoritative experience on this, steroid gains will not stick without a dang good diet and consistency before hand. Figure out what diet protocol gives u steady progress (however slow it may be) and if you still decide the AAS route, you'll see incredible gains that will likely be retainable.