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    Rubbish phone pic the Mrs sent me. I dropped my camera and the screen won't come on, but it's nice to be feeling leaner!





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    Quote Originally Posted by BigHulk View Post
    too many bodybulders dont follow that advice normal range best. is the article going to be here soon?
    Hopefully yes, although it is going to take me some time to write it!



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    too many bodybulders dont follow that advice normal range best. is the article going to be here soon?
    Hopefully yes, although it is going to take me some time to write it!
    I'm looking forward to it!


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    AROMATASE INHIBITORS & INSULIN RESISTANCE

    We were just talking about the negatives of AI use in OPD, and this is one that I feel is worth a mention.

    The research below from Frasier Gibbs et al shows that AI use reduces insulin sensitivity in healthy men. (via reduced peripheral glucose disposal).

    These results echo what we have seen in animal studies showing a correlation between aromatase deficiency and insulin resistance previously.

    Insulin resistance really is the enemy of the physique athlete, or anybody interested in health for that matter.

    This is one of many reasons I recommend anybody using exogenous AAS in supra-physiological dosages to manage their estrogen via conservative use of aromatising compounds, and use non/low-aromatising compounds as your primary growth anchors in your stack.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4870856/



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    Jeffrey, how often do you recommend getting blood work done?



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    AROMATASE INHIBITORS & INSULIN RESISTANCE

    We were just talking about the negatives of AI use in OPD, and this is one that I feel is worth a mention.

    The research below from Frasier Gibbs et al shows that AI use reduces insulin sensitivity in healthy men. (via reduced peripheral glucose disposal).

    These results echo what we have seen in animal studies showing a correlation between aromatase deficiency and insulin resistance previously.

    Insulin resistance really is the enemy of the physique athlete, or anybody interested in health for that matter.

    This is one of many reasons I recommend anybody using exogenous AAS in supra-physiological dosages to manage their estrogen via conservative use of aromatising compounds, and use non/low-aromatising compounds as your primary growth anchors in your stack.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4870856/
    Great information. Do you have a AI that you prefer over others



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    AROMATASE INHIBITORS & INSULIN RESISTANCE

    We were just talking about the negatives of AI use in OPD, and this is one that I feel is worth a mention.

    The research below from Frasier Gibbs et al shows that AI use reduces insulin sensitivity in healthy men. (via reduced peripheral glucose disposal).

    These results echo what we have seen in animal studies showing a correlation between aromatase deficiency and insulin resistance previously.

    Insulin resistance really is the enemy of the physique athlete, or anybody interested in health for that matter.

    This is one of many reasons I recommend anybody using exogenous AAS in supra-physiological dosages to manage their estrogen via conservative use of aromatising compounds, and use non/low-aromatising compounds as your primary growth anchors in your stack.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4870856/
    Great information. Do you have a AI that you prefer over others
    I don't ever use an AI in any clients or myself. Rather I alter their A:E ratio by varying compound dosages.



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    DNP & ANTIOXIDANTS

    It seems commonplace to see the recommendation of including antioxidant supplementation when using DNP.

    The idea is that as DNP creates high rates of fat oxidisation, mitochondrial stress is increased. Interestingly, DNP in reality does the opposite, and reduces the formation of mitochondrial free radicals. (as shown below)

    The real reason you may consider staying on top of your antioxidant intake is because one rare metabolite of DNP has been linked to cataract formation.

    There have only been a few VERY rare cases of this in the history of DNP use, but antioxidants can be your 'insurance' as such, if you are one of the 0.1%.

    Vitamin C, E, NAC, ubiquinol and pyruvate are all good choices, but DO NOT mega-dose them, as this comes with it's own set of negatives.

    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00240047



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    Some talk on digestive health for physique athletes from myself and Austin Stout!

    https://youtu.be/KPNz2ZY9m_Q



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    I gotta watch the one on digestion.

    can you do one on liver health?



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    Quote Originally Posted by BigHulk View Post
    I gotta watch the one on digestion.

    can you do one on liver health?
    Sure man!



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    An interesting paper looking into the clinical use of trenbolone to combat the catabolic effects of hypogonadism, without the androgenic effects of exogenous testosterone.

    Tren has SARM-like properties by having a greater binding affinity to androgen receptors than testosterone. As we all already know, tren has been shown to induce skeletal muscle hypertrophy and reduce adiposity in humans. What is interesting here is that it has also shown reduced growth in androgen-sensitive organs expressing 5-AR enzymes when compared to testosterone.

    Therefore, you are avoiding the metabolisation to 'harsher' androgens (estradiol and DHT for example) from testosterone.

    It will be interesting to see where the safety/efficacy of this treatment goes with tren and future SARMS.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...39128X1000022X



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    With dieting and DNP, my pump has unfortunately done a runner these past couple of months. Today, for the first time in a long time, I had a pretty decent pump. Nothing skin splitting, but a mile ahead of what I've been used to.

    Now, the only variable I have changed this week has been to increase my electrolyte intake to 7g sodium and 7g potassium per day, so I'm chalking it up to that unless it was just a good day. I suppose the sessions to follow will give me a greater amount of evidence to base this conclusion on.

    In any case, keeping a tight control on your daily electrolyte intake is essential for a physique athlete for optimal health, performance and look. This does require a great deal of experimentation, and is highly individual, and is thus very difficult to advise specific intakes on. One recommendation would be to start with a 1:1 ratio of K to Na and adjust based on your own bio-feedback.

    Anyway, it's now time to refeed with the Mrs and catch up on Hannibal. Have a great Friday night!



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    With dieting and DNP, my pump has unfortunately done a runner these past couple of months. Today, for the first time in a long time, I had a pretty decent pump. Nothing skin splitting, but a mile ahead of what I've been used to.

    Now, the only variable I have changed this week has been to increase my electrolyte intake to 7g sodium and 7g potassium per day, so I'm chalking it up to that unless it was just a good day. I suppose the sessions to follow will give me a greater amount of evidence to base this conclusion on.

    In any case, keeping a tight control on your daily electrolyte intake is essential for a physique athlete for optimal health, performance and look. This does require a great deal of experimentation, and is highly individual, and is thus very difficult to advise specific intakes on. One recommendation would be to start with a 1:1 ratio of K to Na and adjust based on your own bio-feedback.

    Anyway, it's now time to refeed with the Mrs and catch up on Hannibal. Have a great Friday night!
    Thank you have a good time



 

 
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