Laxogenin 5a-hydroxy (str3ngth)
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I do have a good diet for a 21 yo guy , i do my best , and my training sessions are quite good too.
I just can't progress , i've tried to change my exercices etc , eat more , eat less , but i gain only 1-2 kg of lean muscle in 1 year , but the first year i gained like 8-10
03-23-2014, 02:43 PM
Your diet is not perfect - YOU said that you have to eat what your mother cooks.
Life is nothing but big macs and hoes.
03-23-2014, 02:44 PM
First, get your bodyfat checked either through a bodpod test or calipers (the more points, the more accurate). Then get a scale.
Second, use an online calorie tracker. Myfitnesspal is the best in this regard. Figure out your TDEE and then increase it SLOWLY (this means adding 10-20 calories PER WEEK). If you find yourself wanting to speed it up, at most increase by another 50. A lot of guys can bulk at 2800-3600 cals, and some need 4500. It's all about finding what works for you. But make sure to do this slowly
Third, eat the right food sources. MAKE SURE TO GET ENOUGH SATURATED FATS. I can't stress this enough. Eat a piece of steak and potatoes every night if you have to.
Fourth, be realistic with your goals. If you're not on anabolics or something less hardcore (like ) you will AT MOST gain 1-3lbs of LEAN MASS per month. Lean mass = pure muscle. We're not talking muscle and fat. Sure, it's possible to gain 10-15 pounds in a month. But that will mostly be fat. Believe me, I've done it. Plus it wrecks havoc on your thyroid.
Fifth, get a good training program and stick with for AT LEAST 3-6 months. Layne Norton's PHAT or PHUL work great for mass. You can also go on a 3 day full body split. (I like that the most and have found that my body reacts quite well to this type of training). Also, make sure to incorporate Periodization. Google is your friend as to this regard.
Sixth, understand that you will plateau. It sucks and happens to everyone.
Seven, understand that supplements are only 5% of this equation. They're your boost... your edge. Other than that, they are not magic. And if you treat them like magic then you will be disappointed, despondent, and bitter towards supplements. They work, you just have to understand HOW they work and what they NEED to work.
Eight, just keep lifting, bro.
03-23-2014, 02:52 PM
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03-23-2014, 03:13 PM
Well , yea i do live with my mom , so she makes the food , but i eat steack everyday + fish in the evening with rice / vegetables , i don't drink sodas , just some orange juice sometimes with my proteins.
i never tracked my calories , i think it's the main problem , but when i eat too much rice / pastas etc , i get fat really fast. , i don't think i eat enough to gain muscles.
If i could get 1-3 lean muscles / month , it would be just perfect , but i don't think that i can do that after 5 years of training.
I'm 69 kgs , i started at 53 , and i'm about 10-12% bf.
i do take ^^, i gained 2 kg since february , don't know if it's because of my leg training ( my legs can be more muscle , i used to train only the up body part ) , my legs are bigger then before.
For my training , i don't count the break times , should i ?
I train 3-5 times / week , and everyday i go outside with friends doing dips/pull ups .
Yea supplements are magic , i know that , but for exemple , PES is helping me losing fat , i feel it , and looks like i have more energy.
Anyway , i'll do my best to keep gaining muscles , for 5 years of training , i don't look big , that's demotivating .
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03-24-2014, 02:49 AM
03-30-2014, 08:58 AM
The funny thing is... laxogenin is "discovered " by an american scientist in 1996 . That is actually not true at all.almost All publications are from japan and china. And first time laxogenin was discovered (japan 1963). Pubmed is the proof
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[Laxogenin, a new steroidal sapogenin isolated from Smilax sieboldi Miq].
AuthorsAKAHORI A,*et al.*Show allJournal
Yakugaku Zasshi. 1963 May;83:557-8.*Article in Japanese.
PMID*14041495 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
04-01-2014, 07:07 PM
LGI proved to bring a pure version of Laxogenin.
Even had Jake test it for all forum trolls.
The Secretabridge has had awesome reviews. Yes, it's an expensive ingredient.
04-01-2014, 07:37 PM
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06-25-2014, 11:13 AM
Anyone have a good source on how the steroidal version and more "Natty" version differ or am I way off track? All the sources I have seen seem more PH oriented but it says its natural right? I have just been confusing myself on this one lol
Current Log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/277069-new-year-new.html#post5232295
06-25-2014, 11:30 AM
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