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Old 06-01-2007, 12:02 PM   #11
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wow.....that has got to be the best advice i have ever had...ppl say about the same thing, but not as detailed as that. thanks alot.

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ps......cell mass has zero sugar
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Old 06-01-2007, 02:02 PM   #12
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like i said i have been training for about 8 years, but now i have a job in a gym so its hard to not lift on a set routine (spell?). should i wait awhile to take any test bosters. If i should just wait a few months thats fine; i just dont want to start to early. im not hitting a wall YET...my muscles are still growing at a pretty quick rate...so should i wait for the ph?
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Old 06-01-2007, 03:10 PM   #13
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like i said i have been training for about 8 years, but now i have a job in a gym so its hard to not lift on a set routine (spell?). should i wait awhile to take any test bosters. If i should just wait a few months thats fine; i just dont want to start to early. im not hitting a wall YET...my muscles are still growing at a pretty quick rate...so should i wait for the ph?
You don't have to hold off, its up to you. I might suggest holding off, because if you make too many changes at once its hard to tell whats working for you and whats not.

The most important thing is to not fall into the supplement hype trap. I talked to one guy who started having adverse reactions to whey. He tried many different types, but had the same problems. He finally said he was going to quit working out because of it. Incredibly pointless, but if you read enough bodybuilding magazines, you would be led to believe if you couldn't take supplements there would be no reason to bother going to the gym.
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Old 06-01-2007, 03:15 PM   #14
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