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BMP side effect is a tan;)
 
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I do not think it is a tan. His legs, which have the biggest increase IMO, actually look whiter in the after pics to me. I think they look more lile stone then the before.

The upper body, on the other hand, seems to have some redness, like maybe blood flow to the upper body/skin?

I don't know. All I know is, I am eating in a mild deficit and gaining strength pretty regularly...I had hopes that Bob would have a similar experience since his consistency is bar none - but I think he had some visual results in a month which I wouldn't expect. I always expect strength increases to come before visual increases. Strength can change in small steps weekly, visual changes often take a longer time in a trained individual.
 
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I am still trying to gauge my own conclusions about the new BMP (while in PCT), but I find it noteworthy that he lost an inch off his waist without changing anything else. Equally as noteworthy, Bob was apparently not all that interested in extending his run. 🤷‍♂️
I don't think it is that noteworthy...he never said he hasn't considered extending. Actually, he DID say that he thinks the effects would be .ore pronounced over time.

However, a healthy skepticism of a natural anabolic is warranted and understood. I can only attest to my own experience and BMP and Creatine are the only natural muscle builders I have used that did anything for me. They are noticeable. Magic? No. But noticeable.
 
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I certainly agree that the post BMP photos have higher contrast and are sharper than the pre BMP photos. Not that I think Bob did that on purpose, but for whatever reason...it happened.

Also his skin tone has the look of having been in the sun (almost tan) in the post photos, whereas in the pre photos his skin is rather fair. We all know what a little color can do to enhance the look of our physique!
However, I don’t think Bob snuck in a few tanning sessions. I have also been taking the new BMP, and people have been making comments about my skin and implying that I have been getting some sun- I have not been lately.

I am still trying to gauge my own conclusions about the new BMP (while in PCT), but I find it noteworthy that he lost an inch off his waist without changing anything else. Equally as noteworthy, Bob was apparently not all that interested in extending his run. 🤷‍♂️
It more likely the compliments about your skin (tone) is from you recently adding in Evomuse IDRT face lotion. That product has a hint of color to it. I was getting those compliments when using it also.
 
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It more likely the compliments about your skin (tone) is from you recently adding in Evomuse IDRT face lotion. That product has a hint of color to it. I was getting those compliments when using it also.
Also very true :)

However, I started getting these comments before I introduced IDRT...which is very intense! I have not been using IDRT much lately to be honest. Though I never got the rash-like symptoms that some users questionably reported being induced from the new BMP, I wanted to hold off on going full throttle with IDRT until I knew for sure that I wasn’t having any adverse skin reactions from the BMP itself.

I believe the pro-histamine action from the new version of BMP increases vasodilation/blood flow and consequently impacts skin tone. Histamine itself can increase the how reactive your skin is to external factors as well of course.

*Not that I claim to know exactly how the BMP formula in its entirety functions at all...haha
 
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Also very true :)

However, I started getting these comments before I introduced IDRT...which is very intense! I have not been using IDRT much lately to be honest. Though I never got the rash-like symptoms that some users questionably reported being induced from the new BMP, I wanted to hold off on going full throttle with IDRT until I knew for sure that I wasn’t having any adverse skin reactions from the BMP itself.

I believe the pro-histamine action from the new version of BMP increases vasodilation/blood flow and consequently impacts skin tone. Histamine itself can increase the how reactive your skin is to external factors as well of course.

*Not that I claim to know exactly how the BMP formula in its entirety functions at all...haha
Just to be clear here as well - the term "some users" keeps getting thrown around regarding a rash.

As far as I can tell, ONE persone thought it was giving him a rash and was fairly convinced of it, but finally reintroduced it and had no issues.

Beyond that there was some reports of tattoos raising up - but it was not a rash, etc.

All on all, ONE person MISTAKENLY thought they got a rash from it and people keep referring to it as "some users experienced a rash."

This is not personal...you just hallen to have said it and be the one I happen to say something about.
 
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Just to be clear here as well - the term "some users" keeps getting thrown around regarding a rash.

As far as I can tell, ONE persone thought it was giving him a rash and was fairly convinced of it, but finally reintroduced it and had no issues.

Beyond that there was some reports of tattoos raising up - but it was not a rash, etc.

All on all, ONE person MISTAKENLY thought they got a rash from it and people keep referring to it as "some users experienced a rash."

This is not personal...you just hallen to have said it and be the one I happen to say something about.
Oh I completely agree, and I was part of that conversation. At the time though, it was at least something in the back of my head. I had to back off on the IDRC for the time being to eliminate that factor.

I have 12 bottles of BMP, and I personally didn’t expect much from my first bottle anyway. PWO dosing is definitely where it is shining for me so far. Also, my diet has been rather dirty lately but my waistline has remained quite lean (for me). I am keeping a very open mind for BMP, and I look forward to the high probability of increased benefits over the next few weeks/months..
 
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Good log Bob. Take a pill, keep diet and training normal, get a little leaner at same weight. Idk what else you could ask for.
 
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6 Week Update
Started Log: 175
3 Week Update: 173.5
Weight Now: 172

Macros not changed
Training still the same routine to gauge the strength

Will update in 2 weeks for the final update on anything else I have noticed on the 2nd bottle.

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You really do maintain a great condition year round. Hamstrings are always a strong point for you but your glute definition through the briefs is what is most impressive to me. I don’t generally follow most of your logs but either they got better or you have really improved your ability to display your back in my opinion as well.

Keep doing what’s working
 
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Just to be clear here as well - the term "some users" keeps getting thrown around regarding a rash.

As far as I can tell, ONE persone thought it was giving him a rash and was fairly convinced of it, but finally reintroduced it and had no issues.

Beyond that there was some reports of tattoos raising up - but it was not a rash, etc.

All on all, ONE person MISTAKENLY thought they got a rash from it and people keep referring to it as "some users experienced a rash."

This is not personal...you just hallen to have said it and be the one I happen to say something about.
My wife also had red skin for a few days when she started and has heightened histamine reactions to things that really don’t giver her problems (or very mild otherwise). BMP is the only thing different in her regimen. But the cons aren’t enough to stop her.

I am also pretty sure it was still more than 2 people that developed at least redder skin while on it. But, I don’t care enough to go back and look again lol.
 
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Looking lean but thick, impressive!
 
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Final Review

Weight

Started Log: 175
3 Week Update: 173.5
6 Week Weight : 172
2 Month Finish: 171

What to Expect



BMP offers an effortless and highly effective/dramatic recomposition effect. A simultaneous increase in muscle and a decrease in fat.



Mood / Energy



Throughout logging BMP I did not notice any changes to mood or energy. My levels stayed very consistent since the start of the log. Even with my weight dropping over the course of the log.



Recovery



Throughout the log my recovery was pretty steady. Days where I wake up at 3:30 AM I felt a little off when training later in the day, since I am already on my feet 12+ Hours before training. This is even with keeping tabs on ART, rumble rolling, stretching, and use a lacrosse ball on my trigger points to help with flexibility.



Strength



Very consistent since day 1 on the log. I ran this 6 week routine prior to BMP, and took notes on all my exercises and weights. With the addition of BMP I did not see a significant change to note from the supplement. Since dietary intake and training are consistent I know there was no external variable to skew this (for example adding calories every week, yielding a larger surplus, which could correlate to strength gains)



Weight Change



Over 8 weeks of taking BMP, I did not change my nutrition as my calories and macros stayed the same. During that time I lost around 4lbs (give or take depending on scale fluctuation)



Digestion



Throughout the log I keep my sources very steady. I eat a very low FODMAP Diet, and my overall digestion improved slightly from Bottle #1. Could it be from losing a bit off my waist? I don't know, but I did want to note that throughout my time while running the product.



I stick away from sources like onions, broccoli, cauliflower, egg whites, or fatty cuts of meats that can leave me gassy and bogged down. I have a food intolerance to fish, so I do not consume it because I know the disaster it can cause.





Body Recomposition



This is my biggest takeaway from the product. Over the 2-Month Run, my belt notch went down, my waist is a bit tighter (32 when starting log, 30 when ending), and my overall appearance is leaner. The biggest changes I saw in the mirror were with my quads, hamstrings, and low back. Given the 2-Month Run I would only expect this to amplify the longer you run the product. I don't know the law of diminishing returns on BMP in a controlled nutritional environment, but if you can keep getting leaner, holding strength, and tighten up its always a plus.



I had others note my face looks leaner, and there is a better separation in my arms when I would walk around on a day to day basis. I would expect with the weight coming off it would be noticed and it definitely did in my own mirror and from others in my typical gym environment.







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So you ran it 8 weeks or 4? You said both were in that post...
Log started in July, its September.
2 Months.
Hence my weight updates along the way (Start, 3 weeks, 6 weeks, 2 months)


3 Week Update:

1 Month Update (1st Bottle):

6 Week Update (From Above):
 
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Definitely is a nice product for cutting/leaning out based on the outcome of this log.
 

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