Endosurge is best used alongside another testbooster. Stacking anabeta with endosurge would be a great idea.
AnaBeta without question.
I just bought a stack of endosurge/erase/DAA. Should I just ditch the endosurge and get some Anabeta for weeks 5-8?
i have had the best lean mass gains with anabeta without a doubt
If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).
Run then together that's the money right there.
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Definitely run Endosurge with DAA since you already have it. I feel and perform worse whenever I've tried DAA, and I think it's because my prolactin sides are too high. Endosurge would help immensely with that.
I don't think anything non-steroidal can beat AnaBeta and a solid diet.
Cutting all summer, cycle in September
Does Anabeta need to be cycled like endosurge. Is it recommended that you take a break from it every now and then?
I'm trying to work out what I can take after the 2 months on endosurge and erase. Thanks
For growth I find AnaBeta better. It is actually what the product is designed to do. Endosurge is probably still my favourite testosterone booster in terms of libido. It is a great product, it just has a different goal as it is up for debate to whether most testosterone boosters have a reliable and significant impact on muscle mass levels.[/QUOTE]
I'm on a pretty low carb paleo diet and have been for a long time. I've read that Anabeta makes you really hungry and I'm wondering how well this will work with my diet. Other than increasing the amount of sweet potato I eat there's not much I can really do.
You would be opposed to changing your diet knowing that would increase performance and make it easier to increase LBM?Originally Posted by Drdanger84
Im not opposed to increasing carbs I'm just opposed to eating grains. I'm wondering if I can still get good results by increasing my overall calories, mainly fat and protein? What u think?
Well with anabeta it is far superior to increase cals with carbs. When I increase my carbs to get up to 400-500g/ day the vast majority are from sweet and white potatoes (i don't eat grains either, outside of smaller servings of oatmeal) so it can be done that way as well...Originally Posted by Drdanger84