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Some EAA's - I'll post a pic when they come in !!
 
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Already feel off the wagon !!
I was about to say... that is like quitting heroin for you! I see all your posts in the In the mail... thread. You have to have a massive stockpile at the house.
 
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I was about to say... that is like quitting heroin for you! I see all your posts in the In the mail... thread. You have to have a massive stockpile at the house.
I try to never run out of all the wellness supps I use. Not really ever a great time to stop taking fish oil, for example. But even protein always seems to stay stocked with a rotation.
 
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Yeah wellness supps are a different thing too. Good to keep them in stock. I really only have fish oil, magnesium, preworkouts and protein now as far as staples but need to get in on some of the others you take. We need you to make a cheat sheet of all of your well researched supplements and why you use them... I always see you mention them but forget to write them down while I am reading your posts.
 
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Yeah wellness supps are a different thing too. Good to keep them in stock. I really only have fish oil, magnesium, preworkouts and protein now as far as staples but need to get in on some of the others you take. We need you to make a cheat sheet of all of your well researched supplements and why you use them... I always see you mention them but forget to write them down while I am reading your posts.
A lot of it is stuff Dante Trudel has preached, or things Alex Kikel has been using with some of his clients successfully. Some of which Mike Arnold has corroborated on Beast Fitness Radio.

I knew I wasn’t totally off the money when I asked a pro strongman what they were taking for support supps and the list was nearly identical to mine. Come to find it was directly recommended by a coach who...is good friends with & a client of Alex Kikel, who puts a lot of stock in Dante Trudel’s experience lol.

Some of my doses are arbitrary, some are recommended based on actual research. It also comes down to how many supps you really even wanna take (many people don’t want to spend the money or effort continually) and how hard you are going to push your body from the drug aspect. More androgens mean more organ stressors, more antioxidants necessary, more vitamins & minerals consumed in new tissue creation and maintenance. To say nothing of actual deficiencies.
 
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Yeah Alex is a sharp cat. I really enjoyed working with him before and during my meet prep a few years back. I imagine I probably couldn't afford to now. LOL
 
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Yeah Alex is a sharp cat. I really enjoyed working with him before and during my meet prep a few years back. I imagine I probably couldn't afford to now. LOL
Well, that and meets aren’t that complicated. How you look or your athletic conditioning (or lack thereof) is totally irrelevant. All that matters is that you show up well-recovered/peaked, hydrated, fueled, and retaining solid skill in the big 3 (and don’t make dumb attempt selections). There’s plenty to know of course, but it doesn’t get any more complex; not anything like judging a bodybuilding physique in real time and manipulating diuretics, electrolytes, food, insulin based on the stage.
 
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Yeah Alex is a sharp cat. I really enjoyed working with him before and during my meet prep a few years back. I imagine I probably couldn't afford to now. LOL
Well, that and meets aren’t that complicated. How you look or your athletic conditioning (or lack thereof) is totally irrelevant. All that matters is that you show up well-recovered/peaked, hydrated, fueled, and retaining solid skill in the big 3 (and don’t make dumb attempt selections). There’s plenty to know of course, but it doesn’t get any more complex; not anything like judging a bodybuilding physique in real time and manipulating diuretics, electrolytes, food, insulin based on the stage.
 
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I went 3 weeks without purchasing supplements! I don't consider the staples supplements (Multi / Psyllium husk / Krill oil / Coq10/ 81mg aspirin / NAC.

How's the MK-677 treating you?
 
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Well, that and meets aren’t that complicated. How you look or your athletic conditioning (or lack thereof) is totally irrelevant. All that matters is that you show up well-recovered/peaked, hydrated, fueled, and retaining solid skill in the big 3 (and don’t make dumb attempt selections). There’s plenty to know of course, but it doesn’t get any more complex; not anything like judging a bodybuilding physique in real time and manipulating diuretics, electrolytes, food, insulin based on the stage.
Definitely not, but he had me at a pretty solid and lean 218 weighin for the meet and was able to adjust a lot of training variables to get there bith my shoulder bitching the whole way. His competitors tend to look pretty damn good on stage, Christy is a beast! I really wanted to stick with him and prep for a show but when my shoulder gave out a couple weeks after the meet and my money was tight I had to let him go. Would have loved to see what we could have pulled off in a year more of training for BB.
 
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I went 3 weeks without purchasing supplements! I don't consider the staples supplements (Multi / Psyllium husk / Krill oil / Coq10/ 81mg aspirin / NAC.

How's the MK-677 treating you?
MK 10mg a day, I can't say I really feel any thing but with the stash I have I may run it for 3-6 months. At least at the low dose I'm not getting the water retention / bloat I was at 25 mg.
 
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I went 3 weeks without purchasing supplements! I don't consider the staples supplements (Multi / Psyllium husk / Krill oil / Coq10/ 81mg aspirin / NAC.

How's the MK-677 treating you?
November-January is always a hot time for me to be buying, between all the sales and people trading things off after the holiday. Hard not to!

Definitely not, but he had me at a pretty solid and lean 218 weighin for the meet and was able to adjust a lot of training variables to get there bith my shoulder bitching the whole way. His competitors tend to look pretty damn good on stage, Christy is a beast! I really wanted to stick with him and prep for a show but when my shoulder gave out a couple weeks after the meet and my money was tight I had to let him go. Would have loved to see what we could have pulled off in a year more of training for BB.
He produces some great bodybuilders! I would consider still asking him about what that coaching would cost. He would have a lot of fun with you I’m sure.
 
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I went 3 weeks without purchasing supplements! I don't consider the staples supplements (Multi / Psyllium husk / Krill oil / Coq10/ 81mg aspirin / NAC.

How's the MK-677 treating you?
November-January is always a hot time for me to be buying, between all the sales and people trading things off after the holiday. Hard not to!

Definitely not, but he had me at a pretty solid and lean 218 weighin for the meet and was able to adjust a lot of training variables to get there bith my shoulder bitching the whole way. His competitors tend to look pretty damn good on stage, Christy is a beast! I really wanted to stick with him and prep for a show but when my shoulder gave out a couple weeks after the meet and my money was tight I had to let him go. Would have loved to see what we could have pulled off in a year more of training for BB.
He produces some great bodybuilders! I would consider still asking him about what that coaching would cost. He would have a lot of fun with you I’m sure.
 

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