I do not sell or use “supplements”. That includes steroids which are illegal, harmful and banned. Nor do I incite others to do steroids. And also includes SARMs, prohormones and whatever other bath tub chemicals are the flavor of the day. Nor do I have any sources or distributors or link to such. I understand
I am going to be frank and upfront with you. The fitness industry from YouTube fitness personality A to supplement store Z is lying to you about staying a natty lifter. No full body compound-based program will make you as massive, muscular or lean as a steroid user. Here’s why. Steroids vs Being Natty 1.
Sometimes I feel like sisyphus in life. I work up to where I think I’ve achieved something and life, the universe, etc says “not today”. The rock rolls down the mountain; the task begins again. Yet if someone quits (myself included) what is left to do then? Motivation comes and goes. Its the fanatic passion
Nothing in life can stand the total and all encompassing assault of relentless aggression. The sort of aggression whereupon even if one is hanging on to life by a mere thread they stand up time and time again. As long as you have at least one more breath left you can attack something with aggression.
You do not need to go to GNC buy $200-300 worth or more supplements sold by needle warriors and athletes that probably don’t even use it. Here I’m going to discuss these things you can buy on Amazon, bulk stores, or sometimes even generic grocery stores and make your own pre workout, post workout, etc.
These are posted purely for educational purposes and harm reduction. In certain countries or jurisdictions SARMs or steroids are illegal. In context of drug tested competitions they are banned. I’ve decided to post them for informational and academic purposes only. Do not replicate or emulate this information.
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The principles of HST or hypertrophy specific training are fairly simple. First of all I do not recommend this routine if you are not an intermediate or advanced lifter. For most people this means having a 135 lbs overhead press, 405 lbs deadlift, 315 lbs squat and 225 lbs bench press for 1 rep. Directions
This routine is to combine lifting and calisthenics into one. It is one way of doing it and how I like to divide it up. You can be advanced at calisthenics but novice at weightlifting or vice versa. Notes on core work(abs) and conditioning: You can do conditioning after or before the workout I recommend
Quick & Dirty Summary on 5/3/1 5/3/1 was originally created by Jim Wendler The load you will be lifting on the big four (and when I say big four I mean the overhead press, bench press, squat and deadlift) will be based off of 90% of your 1 rep max (1RM). One cycle of 5/3/1