X-Reaper and X-Factor: no el sponsoro
11-29-2007 12:11 PM
Sorry to hear that man. Best of luck with your recovery.
11-29-2007 02:22 PM
I know we have our differences, but that is awful man. There's nothing like a sudden injury to dampen your excitement for a new supp cycle...I literally cringed when I read that.
I was looking forward to seeing what you had to say about your X-Factor experience since I plan on running it after the turn of the year (with Drive, RPM, and some creatine mono). Your reviews usually contain a good level of detail.
Well. Best of luck.
11-29-2007 02:23 PM
PS Get new friends.
PPS OR wait until you recover, do your 100 days of X-Factor then whoop their asses.
11-29-2007 02:47 PM
Since the time off that I have is short, I don't think I need to put the X-Factor in the freezer. I'll probably just leave them on the shelves.
Not that this is a good thing, but I've been training very hard for the past several months and this will be a good break....(forced, lol).
I've taken a particular interest in X-Factor (specifically AA) because from researching it, it seems like it is the next best thing since creatine. I was eager to see how things would turn out with it, esp. since it is non-hormonal and its added benefits that it has to offer.
This is gonna have to wait for a while....sheit.
11-29-2007 08:37 PM
That really sucks... Damn. Sorry about the injury.
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