halodrol liquid gel
- 10-10-2006, 04:11 PM
- 10-10-2006, 10:38 PM
10-11-2006, 12:14 AM
10-11-2006, 12:32 AM
What thread?Originally Posted by zachattack43
MOTIV8 II Challenge
-=The Big Squirrel Nut Swingers=-
10-11-2006, 11:11 AM
10-11-2006, 11:14 AM
10-11-2006, 11:18 AM
10-11-2006, 11:31 AM
From that link above I would be thinking along the lines of the NHA Stack, with DHEA, X-Factor, and Ecdysten. I'm not saying that H-Liquigels are exactly the same as that, but these are similar ingredients to what you would be taking in the liquigels (based off of that link with the write up...I didn't see this anywhere else).Originally Posted by AnonyMoose
Looks like this post was dead on:Originally Posted by lilkev42
Hope that helps.
10-13-2006, 01:09 PM
10-13-2006, 02:01 PM
Why, b/c of the name or the ingredients? From what I have read these ingredients have been proven individually...not sure how well they'll stack though...Originally Posted by Irish Cannon
10-13-2006, 07:42 PM
bump on that plus if you read the write up the seem to compliment each other aka synergyOriginally Posted by stxnas
10-14-2006, 02:32 AM
This would appear to be another combo product like Jungle Warfare, Restore, Alpha Drive, NHA Stack.....the goal to create a synergy of (more or less) proven constituent parts. Some of these combo products have a lot of positive user feedback, others less so.Originally Posted by stxnas
Gaspari products have all delivered on their promises from my observation so I'd expect this one to work (for what it is) as well.
I do think it's kinda sad that they're coasting off the Halodrol name though.
10-14-2006, 02:20 PM
something like this would be excellent stack with alpha/restore or solo.
only thing i hate and cant believ they did was use the name halodrol ... it is nothing close to the original formula so why use the same name. everyone email gaspari nutrition and tell them our outrage and for some compensation - we will need to give the new liquid gels a try
11-04-2006, 08:20 AM
11-05-2006, 08:56 PM
Yes, for sure. It will definetly raise your free test. This means enhanced libido for sure.Originally Posted by faustus
11-06-2006, 12:05 PM
I'm thinking about trying this product. I agree that Gaspari is a very good company that delivers great products. The only thing I worry about is AA's effects on joints. At the time I tore my ac joint i was taking X-factor. Also my elbows seemed to be killing me at that time.
11-07-2006, 11:40 AM
personally im not a fan of AA, seems like 50/50 reviews, nothing solid... and while its great marketing to ride off h-50 name, it makes them look pretty ignorant at the same time
11-07-2006, 12:53 PM
I have done about 3 cycles of X-Factor, and everytime, it's been succesful. If your diet is right, after 20 days, you will get that DOMS everyone's been talking about. The only thing, is that my skin is very oily, which isn't bad as it's a sing of increased test. Joints have been top shape. 1st cycle, I found that taking 2 in a row might cause a little pain in my hands, but it's nothing at all. On top of that, Phosphate Bond said it's OK to use Cissus with itOriginally Posted by fbxdan
03-24-2007, 09:58 PM
came off a cycle of liquigels 2 weeks ago....kept about half mass and most of the strength, overall good experience...not too many sides ( headaches occassionally )...if i kept hydrated i was good....can anyone suggest a stack with it for my last cycle ?!?......ooo wait...alpha/restore or solo...any other suggestions ?! thanx
03-24-2007, 10:48 PM
But this sort of stack is definitely for experienced lifters only. I would never suggest a novice to try it. You gotta really know your body and have your diet/training down to help avoid any potential side effects.
MOTIV8 II Challenge
-=The Big Squirrel Nut Swingers=-
03-25-2007, 04:07 PM
I've been hearing people complain alot about HDLG ever since it came out.
Sure, Gaspari riding on the reputation of the HD-50 name is questionable. I didn't favor that strategy when I heard it was coming. I think people who are less informed about what is actually in the product, took the name to mean it was going to work like HD-50, and when it didn't, they got upset and bashed it.
It's not Gaspari's fault in terms of the quality and effectiveness of the product itself.
People have been spoiled with the quick 5-12lb "methyl-gains" ever since the (I call them) 2nd generation legal anabolics came out in the wake of the andro-ban.
Hopefully these will be around for a long time, (oh man, especially Havoc, Oxyguno, Hemaguno, and others), but who knows which ones in the next election cycle will go for a slam-dunk legislation.
If that happens, less options are going to be available. PA, has alluded to this, as well as some other well-known industry leaders.
At least HDLG and X-Factor will still be around!
So if that happens, I predict we'll see the same reactions from people who start to use whatever is left on the market, or new ones expecting that they'll get the same gains they did on a particular will say "this stuff sucks, I didn't get anything off of this stuff like I did on Product-A, B, or C".
When really, on those products, maybe they still got a little leaner, a little stronger, recovered a little better, added maybe 4 to 6 lbs, but weren't as satisfied by comparison.
So one or both will likely happen.
1) Some people will go back and resort to risking felonies, or will resort to it for the first time.
2) Some people will not take those risks, and accept the fact those previously generous muscle gains will be less generous on the remaining available products, and they'll need to look for those gains by employing more strategic training and dieting.
One company that has been doing this all along is Beverly International. They don't make anything particular earth-shattering in terms of products that compare to legal anabolics, but they are definitely good at producing top-quality products, and also good at devising strategies that help to produce many contest-winning physiques.
Are some of their athletes not drug-free? Of course, just like anywhere else. But it's pretty amazing seeing some of the progress that drug-free bodybuilders have made on their products.
Beverly's more pricey than other brands, but they don't cut corners on quality either. Most retailers stay within a $1 or $2 of the same prices, but Beverly fans are Beverly fans regardless.
No, I'm not a rep for Beverly, I am just using them as an example of the philosophies people may find themselves adopting in the future if there are less choices available.
Some are already employing similar strategies while using what are considered the best muscle builders today, and that is definitely good to see.
Just reading here some of what people are running with or without a cycle, is proof that "Learn, Teach, Lead" is definitely more than a slogan.
03-26-2007, 07:21 PM
HLG and x-factor ?!?! wouldnt that be wayyy too much AA ?!?......j/w cas i'll be startin another cycle of HLG and lookin for what else to run it with to get max results
03-26-2007, 07:36 PM
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