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by Craig Titus
Craig Titus

Can you please explain what Anabolic Androgenic Steroids are? Also, I know AAS pack on muscle and make a person stronger, but what do steroids actually do to cause the enhancements?

Good question…you would be surprised as to hop many bodybuilders and professional athletes in general who use AAS and all the while having no idea what steroids are or how they actually work. Anabolic steroids are hundreds of different medications all containing a synthetic form of the hormone testosterone, or other synthetic compounds originating in this hormone.

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victor-conte-steroids

by Josh Hodnik

I have found myself changing views on a variety of subjects throughout my life. That is just how things go. You live, you learn, and grow from experiences. When someone learns from a bad experience or wrongdoing and decides to change things, this is generally viewed as noble. I think it is human nature to be hypocritical at times, but when someone’s life is based around hypocritical views, their character can certainly be questioned.

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post-cycle-therapy-pct

by Mike Arnold

As the greatest development in the area of adjunctive performance enhancement in the last 20 years, post-cycle therapy offers undeniable benefits to the cycling steroid user. The ability to maintain long-term endogenous testosterone production, preserve muscle mass between cycles, reduce off time from AAS, and protect fertility are usually the most appreciated. With so much confusion on the subject, let’s take a few minutes to discuss the various PCT drugs and their role in maintaining our hormonal landscape. Although differences in financial status, goals, and degree of suppression prevent a single program from meeting the needs of all, there are some basic guidelines that any effective PCT program should adhere to.

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by Craig Titus
Craig Titus

In the past you’ve openly discussed steroid use and even listed actual AAS calycles. Could you please give a detailed report as to your experiences with specific steroids?
Absolutely! Let me first say that I’ve literally used damn near every testosterone made or combination of and dozens of related compounds during my career starting in 1988 and ending in 2005. The first Anabolic Androgenic Steroid that comes to mind is Oxymetholone or more commonly known under its banned name Anadrol 50. Oxymetholone is a very powerful anabolic steroid being a derivative of dihydrotestosterone.

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by Mike Arnold

“When to begin using performance enhancing Drugs?”

With more people than ever before turning to performance enhancing drugs prematurely, the question “when should I begin using steroids” is more relevant than ever. With such a wide variety of opinions on the subject, I want to take a few minutes to address those who might be considering the jump to chemical enhancement, but are unsure of their readiness. While differences in both circumstance and age preclude the possibility of an all-inclusive answer, there are some general questions that every BB’r should be able to answer correctly before getting a green light to use these drugs.

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lee-priest-steroids

by Josh Hodnik

Fairness and equality are topics that have taken a pretty big spotlight over the past few years. L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling created a media storm regarding his recent statements about race, and the criticism towards Sterling by all racial groups has shown how much our society has changed for the better when it comes to racial equality. When fairness is concerned, one has to ask what is actually fair? We are all born with different genes and raised in different environments, but when someone succeeds at something and another person doesn’t, jealousy will often drive the unsuccessful person to think things are just not fair. A feeling of unfairness has been a big driving force behind many of the witch-hunts that have taken place regarding anabolic steroids.

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human-growth-hormone

by Mike Arnold

When considering any peptide combination, the most pressing question on most peoples’ minds is “how does it compare to growth hormone?” More specifically, they want to know its equivalent in terms of IU’s. This is understandable, as the IU is the most widely used form of measurement when attempting to determine a certain quantity of GH. However, due to differing pharmacodynamic profiles between exogenous growth hormone and the various peptides/peptide combinations, testing for peak GH levels (such as with GH serum testing) provides an inaccurate comparison.

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lee-priest-steroids

by Josh Hodnik

The United States Penitentiary in Pollock, Louisiana sits right in the center of the state of Louisiana. This maximum-security prison is considered by many to be the most violent prison in the federal system. It houses inmates that have been sentenced to life without parole or a sentence so long that there is no way they will never go beyond the 30 foot walls of the prison until they are being escorted out in a pine box.

Knowing you are going to die in prison, regardless of what crime is committed, has to be a tough pill to swallow. With a prison full of inmates that have nothing left to lose from their actions has fueled the violence at Pollock and other prisons like it.

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testosterone-gain-muscles

by Vince Del Monte

I’ve always stressed the importance of optimal hormone levels when it comes to maximizing your muscle gains and fat loss. Those hormones include insulin, human growth hormone, cortisol and testosterone, just to name the major hormonal concerns. But I get a lot of questions about testosterone, like: What constitutes a good testosterone level? How do I increase my testosterone? Should I be taking these expensive supplements to boost testosterone?

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human-growth-hormone

by Mike Arnold

As we delve more into the application side of things here in Part #2, let us begin right where we left off with a description and review of the various GHRP’s. As mentioned in the previous article, GHRPs form the foundation of any successful GH peptide program. They are the workhorses—the prime movers in our march toward supraphysiological GH levels. When the most potent of these are combined with a short-acting GHRH (e.g., ModGRF1-29), the resultant spike in GH is both instantaneous and massive.

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by Craig Titus
Craig Titus

What do you think of Gregg Valentino? I read MD Magazine and find myself drawn to him column “Ramblin Freak”…even though I find him offensive and disgusting?

Believe me when I say…I totally understand your mixed feeling in regard to the column “Ramblin Freak”. My theory is, reading his column is like a train wreck. Train wrecks are awful but everyone but everyone will “rubber neck” to get a good look at one. I too read MD Magazine and I find Gregg Valentino’s writing to be utterly idiotic, totally inappropriate, extremely vulgar and disgusting!!

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Appetite_Suppressant

by Josh Hodnik

Pringles potato chips use the saying “once you pop you can’t stop”. This seems to be the case with foods within the fast food market, and foods that have been severely processed and modified. We have known for years that high glycemic carbohydrates, that fill most processed foods, cause a spike in insulin levels, which causes a person to feel less full until excess calories are consumed. This pattern has driven the American population to become morbidly obese. It is estimated that 300,000 people die each year due to obesity related problems. The financial cost from this is estimated at $147 billion per year.

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