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Old 07-01-2009, 09:53 AM
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Question Primo Lab? alts to steroids?

has anyone heard of or ever used Primo labs products. they say they are safe alternatives to steroids. im thinking not worth the time or money. but im stuck in a small town and am at a plateau, and i cant and dont know how to get my hands on the real thing. any help here is appreciated.
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Old 07-15-2009, 07:54 AM
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hey getbig2009 are you sure it's a plateau? how is your diet? Are you getting at least 2gr of protein per pound of body wt? Also get that protein from whole food,animal protein is preferred. count your protein intake and then take a look at your training are you adding weight?. As for anything you are going to get over the counter, there are no safe alt to steroids..save your money and buy more food. If you are trying to bulk and you are not sick of eating you are not eating enough. Just a heads up, If and when you do decide to go the aas route the steroids are the cheap part. It all boils down to eating and progressing in the gym. I do practice what I preach,I just finished my breakfast 12 eggs I eat em whole yolks and all and oats.
I hope this help's

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Old 07-15-2009, 06:49 PM
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2g of protein per lb of bodyweight is a bit too much, most of it will be used as glucose and interrupt the usage of carbohydrates, be deposited in the form of fat, or have negative affects on the kidneys.

As far as steroids go; unless you're a competing bodybuilder or powerlifting, I wouldn't recommend them. Gaining mass is much better without them.

No offense but from the way you sound in your post - steroids are something you shouldn't even be considering at the moment.

To break your plateau, adjust your volume, decrease it some so you can increase the intensity. Limit your exercises, increase your calories, those are much more beneficial components than going and buying juice everytime you hit a plateau.
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