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The Proper Usage of Clenbuterol

Dave here everyone. It has been too long in between articles. My dearest friends, today, something a bit different. Today, an exclusive piece not created by myself, but by a respected colleague of mine. Stuart is formally trained as a biologist and informally notorious for coaching muscle hypertrophy specific clients. His credibility in the space […]

Comparing GH peptides to HGH. What equals what?

Today will be the quickest read of any of my texts. A question I am frequently asked is how does a GHRP or Growth Hormone Secretagogue compare to exogenous HGH. Are there any quantitative guides? It is very difficult to compare the two, but as far as overall clinical effects go, I would suggest that: […]

Deloading – But when?

Deloading is an essential part of making progress. If we did not need to deload, then we would gain half a pound of muscle a fortnight for the rest of our lives and we would all be walking around with 350 pounds of lean tissue. Obviously it doesn’t work that way. Obviously, your body doesn’t […]

Quick tips for dosing HGH for fat loss vs gaining mass

There exists no HGH dosing protocol that can do one thing and not the other. Human Growth Hormone directly targets lipolysis and anabolism at the same time through a number of direct and indirect pathways. Truly, HGH really is a body recomposition tool. There is however ways to favour one side or the other.   […]

HRV & Sleep for Health & Growth

What are my athletes doing to monitor their recoverability? One of the best and worst behaviours about elite level athletes is that they have the will to push their bodies to the limit. As much as that personality trait is necessary to get to the top, it can also be a hindrance if an athlete […]

How a Pharmaceutical company banked in millions on Melanotan and what it means for you

“Vyleesi is the first and only FDA-approved as-needed treatment for premenopausal women with acquired, generalized hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD).” Vyleesi is the brand name for Bremelanotide, which is a non-selective agonist of the melanocortin receptors, MC1 through MC5 (with the exception of MC2, the receptor of ACTH), but acting primarily as an MC3 and […]

The infamous Trenbolone cough [PART 2]

  If you missed yesterday’s post on how and why Tren cough occurs , click here Can Tren cough be prevented? I think it can. As we learned yesterday that the cough is caused by a higher dose of solvents getting into our bloodstream through micro-vascular openings known as micro-capillaries, the reverse engineering solution would […]

The infamous Trenbolone Cough – [PART 1]

  The infamous Trenbolone Cough. Another quick form post today on the displeasurable Tren cough. Tren cough is experienced whilst or immediately post injection of Trenbolone. Symptoms can range from mild wheezing, all the way up to some users feeling like they need to call the emergency room as they cough and gasp for air […]

Some things about Deca you maybe didn’t know.

Here are some quick points about nandrolone (with links to evidence) you may have never known. Notice I am only linking evidence in humans. As many who read my work know, I will not let a good story get in the way of the truth. Animal models are to be taken with a grain of […]