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post #41896 of 57259
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Originally Posted by virus646 View Post

Hmmmm, wouldn't you want to avoid the package to pass custom/border? At that price, it is MUCH cheaper than I thought.

I personally haven't heard of anyone that have had problems with that.
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Well based on Charly's post, I'm thinking there's no reason I don't at least get a script to it... I don't even have to take it, but having access when I want (albeit to smaller doses) is kind of nice. Already hit my deductible this year, so it would be super cheap.

If you get pharm-grade stuff, awesome.

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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

i hate to interrupt the circlejerk but while carbs can definitely be safe there's still the chance that you might get some nasty sides and such, especially in an unregulated market.

Well with test you're nearly 100% safe if you go with a well-reviewed vendor and lab. I've never heard of fake test in my life. It's the cheapest thing in the world. If anything, some harder to produce compounds are faked with easier to make compounds but the sides you're talking about are coming from the test and anabolics. NOT random shit they would throw in there. If they really wanted to gyp you, they'd put in water or oil. Which would do nothing.

Given that, if you dive into it you should obviously research the possible side effects of certain anabolics in given dosages and then play it smart. I.E., if it's your first time using.. then test only. If you want to try tren, use a little bit of acetate first to see how sides are. Etc.
post #41897 of 57259
People do get sides on test only, fuck people get gyno and acne on a bit of dbol. I've heard of fake test in the uk, but we have like 40 ugls so I don't know what the scene is like in the us.

Edit; misread your post thought you said you don't get sides from test.
post #41898 of 57259
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

After a certain point, there is really no sense in NOT being on at least test

Most people never reach that point IMO

Maybe I am just on the "cell tech madness" bandwagon... or Im just a cornball... but IMO unless you are at the level of someone like Charly or you've legitimately maxxed out your natural potential it seems like a bit of a cop out.

Plus (again maybe a myth) I hear that you have to cycle regularly to maintain Celltech gains. If thats the case then whats really the point.

Theres a few guys at my gym.... very lean, but with disproportionately large shoulders and distended guts. Doesnt look natural at all, which to me kind of begs the question 'was it really worth it'

Hopefully the stigma around it will go away and separate the fact from the fiction so everyone can have a better idea of what the deal really is. But its still kinda shaky IMO.
post #41899 of 57259
Typical workout for me is:

Two compound movements (ie squats and bench) 2x5 1x5+
Pendlay rows 2x5 1x5+
3 sets of planks or hanging leg raises
3 sets of dips
3 sets of pyramid chins OR curls
3x12 face pulls

On the next gym day I'll do (for example) DB standing presses, flyes, and one of the machines for accessory work instead. Usually kinda wing the accessories, it's rarely planned out. Do abs every day and rows always on bench day.

Should I add more accessory work?
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post #41901 of 57259
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

Most people never reach that point IMO

Maybe I am just on the "cell tech madness" bandwagon... or Im just a cornball... but IMO unless you are at the level of someone like Charly or you've legitimately maxxed out your natural potential it seems like a bit of a cop out.

Plus (again maybe a myth) I hear that you have to cycle regularly to maintain Celltech gains. If thats the case then whats really the point.

Theres a few guys at my gym.... very lean, but with disproportionately large shoulders and distended guts. Doesnt look natural at all, which to me kind of begs the question 'was it really worth it'

Hopefully the stigma around it will go away and separate the fact from the fiction so everyone can have a better idea of what the deal really is. But its still kinda shaky IMO.

By after a certain point I do mean either at Charlys level, or when you're over like 45 and you begin feeling like shit because your natural test production has slowed to a halt.

Also, who cares if someone wants to do it just for fun
Edited by MarkI - 4/8/14 at 12:45pm
post #41902 of 57259
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

Most people never reach that point IMO

Maybe I am just on the "cell tech madness" bandwagon... or Im just a cornball... but IMO unless you are at the level of someone like Charly or you've legitimately maxxed out your natural potential it seems like a bit of a cop out.

Plus (again maybe a myth) I hear that you have to cycle regularly to maintain Celltech gains. If thats the case then whats really the point.

Theres a few guys at my gym.... very lean, but with disproportionately large shoulders and distended guts. Doesnt look natural at all, which to me kind of begs the question 'was it really worth it'

Hopefully the stigma around it will go away and separate the fact from the fiction so everyone can have a better idea of what the deal really is. But its still kinda shaky IMO.

Distended guts are from hgh and you do not lose your gains when you come off.
post #41903 of 57259

200kg pull, should be totalling about 1100lb right now feels good man. Before someone says thats 180 the plates are 20,20,10,10,20,10. Pulled 220 after this, could maybe have gotten like 225 on an eleiko bar instead of this chunky as fuck squat bar.

I will probably cycle for a bit then when I'm older stay on forever. Carbs provide so many good feels, not just lifting ones.
Edited by fuji - 4/8/14 at 2:03pm
post #41904 of 57259
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Typical workout for me is:

Two compound movements (ie squats and bench) 2x5 1x5+
Pendlay rows 2x5 1x5+
3 sets of planks or hanging leg raises
3 sets of dips
3 sets of pyramid chins OR curls
3x12 face pulls

On the next gym day I'll do (for example) DB standing presses, flyes, and one of the machines for accessory work instead. Usually kinda wing the accessories, it's rarely planned out. Do abs every day and rows always on bench day.

Should I add more accessory work?

Thats a good routine.

Are you saying that one day you do compounds like squat, bench and pendlays + dips, and the next workout day you pretty much only do accessory work (with nothing for legs)?

How many days a week do you train? I understand that you don't train for powerlifting, but you could still try to do a squat variation 3x a week, a hip dominant lift (conv dl, sumo, rdl, sldl, good morning, etc) 3x a week and then presses 3-4x a week for more volume than squats and deadlifts combined (upper body can handle more volume). How you divide that between sessions is up to you, but for instance, my coach is having me do this:

 

Monday - full body

Tuesday - upper body

Thursday: full body

Saturday: full body

post #41905 of 57259
After cutting to like 185lb and 9% I think I might start a instagram and post photoshopped photos of myself with captions like "aim for the stars because if you miss you'll still hit the moon" under my photos and start wearing an obey snapback. Gonna drown in 17 year old clunge (yes legal).
post #41906 of 57259
Fuji nice pull but that doesn't count in RHET federation because you didn't call me a faggot after.

As for carbs I'm going on when I'm older, around 36 or so. My natural test is pretty high and I'm not near that point. Also my mommy would be upset, when I'm older I could just tell people to stfu because I got low T and I'm not doing it for ego and vanity reasons. I also got to do some research about prostate cancer and test, because my father died of it at a stupid young age because he had really high test and also his father died of it. My friend sorta has the same story and he cycles, he's sent me a few research papers on the subject that found no correlation, but still..
post #41907 of 57259
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post
 

Thats a good routine.

Are you saying that one day you do compounds like squat, bench and pendlays + dips, and the next workout day you pretty much only do accessory work (with nothing for legs)?

How many days a week do you train? I understand that you don't train for powerlifting, but you could still try to do a squat variation 3x a week, a hip dominant lift (conv dl, sumo, rdl, sldl, good morning, etc) 3x a week and then presses 3-4x a week for more volume than squats and deadlifts combined (upper body can handle more volume). How you divide that between sessions is up to you, but for instance, my coach is having me do this:

 

Monday - full body

Tuesday - upper body

Thursday: full body

Saturday: full body

 

Sorry, I was on my phone.  It's the greyskull LP but I do the accessory work I think is necessary - so, Monday/Friday I'd squat, bench, row; Wednesday I would deadlift and OHP, and on all three days I'd do varying accessory exercises, but roughly in the volume I posted.  The next week I'd squat/OHP Monday and Friday and bench/deadlift/row Wednesday.  Three days a week, two full-body compounds per day (one legs one upper body).

 

I'm on a cut, so I don't really want to mess with programming, but I am looking at other programs once I'm bulking again.  That said, this has been working well, so I'm not sure if I need to mess with anything.  Keep in mind I do yoga as well, which is actually pretty tough and leaves my hamstrings, back, core, and sometimes shoulders sore.

post #41908 of 57259
for the first time in my life i am somewhat starting to enjoy running

i think i might go to the doctor
post #41909 of 57259
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

People do get sides on test only, fuck people get gyno and acne on a bit of dbol. I've heard of fake test in the uk, but we have like 40 ugls so I don't know what the scene is like in the us.

Edit; misread your post thought you said you don't get sides from test.

Hehe yea some people most definitely do get sides from test. But nothing major. If you're worried about acne (aka the least of your problems), you should stay very clear of carbs...
post #41910 of 57259
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

for the first time in my life i am somewhat starting to enjoy running

i think i might go to the doctor

u wot m8
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