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My first question is: VitaminShoppe Pro Performance Thermo Burst?.

My next question is: I don't know how many of you have this problem but it is a pain in the arse trying to get hold of Test Suspension and I am really pissed off with trying to find it. My source says he gets it every now and then so keep asking but he never has it and the stuff he's talking bout is agoviron which is actually Test Isobutyrate which stays in the body for a day or so longer so I don't know if it will be suitable LIKe the suspension is for aggression for a more intense workout (Don't seem to get any aggression from normal test esters even at 1000+mg or tren), definitely can't get hold of halo or cheque drops, the plus side with suspension is it will give me size too...

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Well I do have some protein in my diet but I like to eat mostly complex-carbs to fuel my training which seem to give me a sort of ''1 more rep'' or so effect which is always good sometimes I think it contributes more than I actually thought. I train mostly as a hobby and for strength more than the body builder physique and am interested in the sport of powerlifting. I know powerlifting diets are made up of mostly complex-carbs but should I drink protein drinks as regurlarly as BBers or people who train for physique, I know that creatine is a probable necessity and I like to take 2000mg of effervescent vitamin c dissolved in water as an anti-oxidant, especially when on cycle (I'm just finishing a 14 weeker that was originally meant to be 12)...

Comment #1

Well if you think of it no matter the direction you want to go you will still need muscle to get there most powerlifters are big muscly guys who have a layer of fat covering the muscle so if you do not make sure that you are eating 1.5g or protein per lb of bodyweight how do you expect to build muscle Carbs will give you energy but will not give you the aminos needed to build muscle....

I eat 300g of protein a day and 300g of carbs but I can bench 350lbs I can incline 165lb dumbells and I can leg press 1000+lbs all for 7-8 reps all this with a bad back.......

Comment #2


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