looking for a lean bulk and gain strength(while not ****ing with any test boosters). i get all thein bulk, and so im set on those for a while. just looking for some "neat" sups to try over x-mas break
i was thinking along the lines of
/or nos shotgun and
that wouldnt leave him anymoney for a proper pct though
true but never start a cycle unless your prepared and have proper stuff on hand
shotgun is a pretty solid supp for a multitude of uses, but if you're going for strength non hormonally id grab PreMax for the anabolic peptopro and the pump of GPLC along with body recomp possibilities and some creatine
I would recommend the Prime Twin pack (plus free Anabolic Pump), run the 69 protocol (with money back guarentee) - can't believe this is still running.
You can spend the last $10 on a present for your mum!
Do you whant a good nutrition base or just what ever will get you big. There are things that will work well for that kind of money, but they will have some serious sides if you have no money left for PCT. They still wouldn't be the healthiest "supplements" even if you did have PCT.
get ragnorok ultra.....real cheap and way better than no shotgun
If by non hormonal you mean no ph/ds then my fav is rpm/actX. This proves to be very effective for me.
i personally do not like PW cause once u dont have money for them your workouts suck cause ur used to a pre workout with your training. id do something like creatine and prime. spend around 60 to 70 bucks, get good solid gains and strength. if u wanna go more, do mdrol with pct. mdrol is around 25 bucks. works awesome. pct, maybe nolva with a test booster like igf 2, sustain alpha, diesel test. something around those lines.
Prime Twin Pack + Creatine mono(bulk)
You can replace the creatine with either BCAA bulk, Glutamine bulk, Citrulline Malate bulk, or maybe LG sciences BCAA+EAA going for 17 bucks. Any combo of the above should work well.
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