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    Marilyn Manson was also all for a serious...

    Marilyn Manson was also all for a serious discussion on gun control - keep that in mind.

    I understand Snakes point, and coming from the UK I really shouldn't care about any of this, but when I...
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    https://www.ugbodybuilding.com/threads/23919-Muscl...

    https://www.ugbodybuilding.com/threads/23919-Muscle-hypertrophy-hamstrings

    If RDLs are your main go to for hams then I'd definitely recommend adding something that targets the lateral side more...
  3. I'm amazed at the level of bullshit people feed...

    I'm amazed at the level of bullshit people feed themselves to justify tough decisions.

    When I break off a relationship, I do it honestly. Regardless of how bad the real reasons make me look. I do...
  4. Edema is one of the side effects reported to...

    Edema is one of the side effects reported to linger around post-DNP, yes. Most of the time it was due to the user having a rare, pre-existing, health condition (liver defect, etc).

    As Spongy...
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    Extended-release niacin. Niacin is well known for...

    Extended-release niacin. Niacin is well known for preventing fat mobilization so taking an extended release version is a ****ing stupid idea - also explains some of the side effects in that trial...
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    I think getting bloodwork while keto dieting is a...

    I think getting bloodwork while keto dieting is a waste of time. Get back to maintenance for a few weeks, then retest for accurate numbers.

    I also think a "low T centre" that is willing prescribe...
  7. Not as thorough on the data portion as I'd expect...

    Not as thorough on the data portion as I'd expect from Jeff but his take home point (protein per meal is context dependent - age, size & training being just some of the factors to consider) is...
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    Keep in mind that HIIRT was designed to eliminate...

    Keep in mind that HIIRT was designed to eliminate the need for HIIT cardio, which it does. It's about adding a fat burning component to resistance training by drastically increasing REE post-session....
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    The stuff I saw from the 90s reported negative...

    The stuff I saw from the 90s reported negative sides as does anecdotal evidence. Yet most studies these days have reported very little sides. Hell, some have reported zero side effects on long term...
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    Many patients report not feeling good even when...

    Many patients report not feeling good even when clomid brings them up to the 700 range. Clearly, HOW you increase T matters just as much as the increase itself.

    A well known hospital here in the...
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    I don't think that changes Bricks' original...

    I don't think that changes Bricks' original statement :)
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    I'd expect IGF-1 to shutdown both natural GH &...

    I'd expect IGF-1 to shutdown both natural GH & IGF-1 levels since negative feedback on GH control occurs via IGF-1 being released by the liver (and a shorter loop onto the hypothalamus).

    As POB...
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    Sending it to a real lab (simec, chemtox, etc) is...

    Sending it to a real lab (simec, chemtox, etc) is the only way of really figuring out what you have.
    If it's just Test E then yes, bloodowork should give you a decent idea of whether it's real...
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    Getting TRT in the UK is not difficult if your...

    Getting TRT in the UK is not difficult if your proactive. Trying to recover your natural production is - that would require self medicating.

    I would recommend getting repeat private bloodwork to...
  15. It becomes number 1 by a fairly wide margin :)

    It becomes number 1 by a fairly wide margin :)
  16. Clen because the risk of muscle loss is zero. ...

    Clen because the risk of muscle loss is zero.
    T3 in 2nd place. It can be used effectively depending on dosage and combos (T3+clen is better than either in isolation, like much better).
    T4 in last...
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    That may have a lot to do with dosing and when...

    That may have a lot to do with dosing and when the hCG was introduced within the grand scheme of things (how long you were on TRT, cycle history, etc).

    I vaguely recall data (I *think* this...
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    Differences between LH & HCG

    This paper won't interest most since it deals with the molecular side of things but it got my attention after discovering how piss poor the knowledge of some GPs is. They think LH & hCG is the same...
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    There is a reason why I recommend taking NSAIDs...

    There is a reason why I recommend taking NSAIDs on an "as needed" basis only. Popping them like candy chronically, as MANY people do, is plain stupid and this study is certainly NOT isolated in its...
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    Berberine is a shitty version of Metformin so...

    Berberine is a shitty version of Metformin so going from the latter to the former is illogical. Not that metformin is that good at nutritional partitioning in the first place.
    Chromium is a complete...
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    Plenty. Spanning decades. A simple search of...

    Plenty. Spanning decades. A simple search of pubmed would've made this obvious but here are just a few examples in relation to the lowering of triglycerides - 1, 2, 3 & 4.

    Also, keep in mind that...
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    GH is well known for increasing the final height...

    GH is well known for increasing the final height of children & adults who have open growth plates. We're only talking a few inches here and, as Jin pointed out, it is very expensive, but still a...
  23. Plenty of my clients use pharmacom on a regular...

    Plenty of my clients use pharmacom on a regular basis for a couple of years now with no issues. One of the better "public" sources IMO.
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    Yep, you read it right. That's what makes it so...

    Yep, you read it right. That's what makes it so interesting - the effectiveness of pre-exhaustion seems to depend on the muscle, and lift, in question.
    And keep in mind we have 3 studies showing...
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    On the CG vs floor press topic, both are good...

    On the CG vs floor press topic, both are good compound lifts for hypertrophy and I personally don't see a big difference in this regard. I'll add dips into this category too, despite not being a fan...
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