Steroids and Training

You should take the following factors to heart since they are absolutely necessary for a successful training. What role does the use of anabolic/androgenic steroids play- Very simple: athletes who take steroids will make clearly faster, better, and greater progress than their natural colleagues. They will also obtain a much higher development stage than would have ever been possible without taking pharmaceutical compounds. Such stupid statements that one will achieve the same mass as a bodybuilder without taking steroids -it only takes longer- is nothing but a completely absurd publicity by the authorities who in their own interest conceal the truth. Read the following lines with an open-minded attitude and try to adapt this information for your own needs.

1. High-intensity training: The human organism vehemently refuses any unnecessary change since it feels best in a constant condition, a homeostasis. In order to lure it out of its passivity, several efforts and exertions must be made. The signal that the body needs in order to build up strength and muscle mass is triggered by heavy, hard, and intense training routines. These should consist of relatively few sets. Five to eight sets for large muscle groups and three to four sets for small muscle groups are completely sufficient when every set is carried out until muscle failure.

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Cycles of Famous Heroes

Everybody know the  famous protagonist of the great movie –  Troy. Of course, he is Bratt Pitt. This man had to improve his  body  for this role. Do you like his body?  He  gained 8 kilograms of lean mass durring 12 weeks. He cutted his body excelent too.  How has he done it?  Change your body… We have „Achiles cycles“ for you.  Our customers who use this cycle gained 6-8 kilograms quality lean mass which keep gains.

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Oxandrolone
Clenbuterol

Winstrol Depot

Tamoxifen citrate

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Post cycle therapy

Post cycle therapy is a method of employing drugs which work via various mechanisms to go about trying to aid stabilising and restoring a users hormones back to normal once a suppressive anabolic androgenic steroid cycle has been ceased.

Once a user has ceased use of anabolic androgenic steroids they are left in a situation where their natural testosterone production has been suppressed , sometimes severely by androgens and aromatising drugs. Add this onto the fact the levels of steroids are forever diminishing in their system, this can leave the user in a very catabolic state post cycle, which may reflect in their ability to maintain muscle mass gained whilst on cycle. It is therefore easy to conclude that we would like to find a way to restore ones natural testosterone production to bring about a better environment for overall health and to maintain muscle tissue.
Clomid and tamoxifen

Clomiphene citrate ( clomid) and tamoxifen(nolvadex) can be employed post cycle to aid restoring the users natural testosterone production.  Many find just using nolvadex on its own post cycle is efficient enough to recover from their anabolic androgenic steroid cycles. Some however prefer to use both drugs to cover all angles. It is worth noting nolvadex is more profound in stimulating the increase of LH over time, on a milligram to milligram standpoint compared to that of clomid. Also many users complain of side effects from clomid such as visual implications and mood swings.

Dosages of nolvadex for PCT protocol

Day 1 100mg
Following 10 days 60mg
Following 10 days 40mg

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Gym Workout Tips

– In gym try to use each rest interval in an active way: stretch the muscle you are training, imitate the exercise workout without weight to train its performance technique, take a small walk, rub worked muscles with your hands. The main idea of  time between sets is to make rest more efficient.

– When do gym workout exercise, you should  follow two  rules:
1. Don’t be worry  by anything unimportant;
2. Everything but the training is unimportant.

Such psychological set will help you to gain the required mental mood for gym workout.

– Speed of an workout exercise movement should be average. Weight lifting (the positive phase) should be quicker than its lowering (the negative phase). While the first one lasts approximately 2 seconds, the second one – approximately 3-4 seconds. Breathe out during the positive phase; when lowering the training weight, breathe in slowly through your nostrils. Don’t reduce an workout exercise amplitude; don’t help yourself by ‘jerks’ of the whole body (don’t cheat). It’s better to reduce the weight but to perform an exercise in the required way. Correct biomechanics of an workout exercise  excludes hurry.

– When do gym workout exercise, it’s very important to reach muscle failure. Remember: “What does not destroy me, makes me stronger”.  That means that having completed a set, you are to be sure that your last repetition was the last one you were able to do correctly. If you are not sure in this, it means that you are trying to deceive yourself and need to increase the basic weight. When do gym workout exercise, always remember about the overload principle. I can often hear such excuses like ‘I just do fitness’ but I think that this case represents no fitness but self-admiration. Any kind of activity (including fitness gym workout) needs to have its final goal; but if your goal is just to visit a gym and show other people what a great person you are – it’s no useful for your body.

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Future Fitness Star: Four Year Old Asia Monet Ray

This might be the cutest video you see all year. Proud papa, IFBB Pro Bodybuilder Shawn Ray shared a link of his daughter performing a fitness routine. Parents are always proud of their children… which is understandable and to be expected. That said, I wasn’t expecting much but after watching this video would be proud too. She rocked the stage and could be on her way to making more money than her papi if she makes a career out of it.

Four year old, Asia Monet Ray made her guest posing debut at the 2010 NPC West Coast Classic on Saturday. Check out the moves and stage presence little Asia Monet brings to the stage.

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Kat’s Countdown – Prep Update & Helpful Tips

The current cover girl of Muscle & Fitness Hers, Kathleen Tesori is back to share some insight on how last week went and a few helpful tips. If you have a question for Kat visit her web site (kathleentesori.com) or post in the comments below.

Last Friday I went to a BBQ with a bunch of local and national competitors. It was nice to get together with people who have the same hobby/career. All the dishes were competition friendly which is a rare treat so it was easy to stay on track. I brought fat free banana bread made with protein, protein peanut butter cookies and sweet potato fries.

Saturday I went on an overnight trip to a casino which had a great pool, tasty seafood restaurant and a good size gym. I brought a cooler up to my room with plenty of drinks, meat and veggies. My 32 ounce Powerade Zero with a straw got me through the night. I enjoy having drinks with friends so it can be a challenge explaining why I cannot even have a single shot with them.

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Interview with Stan McQuay

by Lonnie Teper

Did I tell you about the time I looked Stan McQuay directly in the eye at Gold’s Gym, Venice, and suggested, “Let’s take it outside”?

Yesiree, the same Stan McQuay who earned pro status with a victory in his class at the ’06 Nationals. The dude who added a pro title to his résumé in 2009. The former high school football star, martial arts standout—and gangbanger—who was once escorted out of a college classroom by police officers.

The celebrity trainer who lists rapper Dr. Dre, actor Gerard Butler and mixed martial arts champion Georges St-Pierre among his clients. The fella who wheels around in several luxury rides, including an Audi R8 and a Porsche 911.

Believe what you will, but that’s exactly what I said to Stan the Man on a cool, windy day in early February. I’d wanted to conduct our interview in the conference room on the second floor at the Mecca, but after waiting several minutes for confirmation, we decided he could talk into my tape recorder on the bench in the parking lot.

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2010 NPC West Coast Classic

On June 26th, the 2010 NPC West Coast Classic Bodybuilding, Figure and Bikini contest is going to be held at El Monte, California. With a record number of competitors competing in this National Qualifier event, it is going to be a great contest. Ron Avidan will be there covering the event for Bodybuilding.com, Hardbody.com and … Read more2010 NPC West Coast Classic

All-time Arnold

By now, we all know the Arnold Classic brings out the best of the best. But who’s the best among those best? Heading into the 20th edition of what has become one of the biggest events in bodybuilding, we decided to go to someone who’s seen them all – FLEX Group Editorial Director Peter McGough – in ranking the five all-time best physiques to ever step onstage at the Arnold.

NUMBER ONE: RONNIE COLEMAN, 2001
Simply the best physique I’ve ever seen onstage. At 245 pounds King Ron was full and shredded from head-to-toe: his cuts being deeper than Bill Gates’ pockets. His delts, arms and chest were spectacular, his back really beyond description. Ten seconds after he first walked out the contest was over.

NUMBER TWO: FLEX WHEELER, 1993
This was Flex’s best ever shape. He was chiseled to the max, exhibited more balance than the Cirque du Soleil, and his back double biceps was a thing of beauty. Although he competed until 2003 he was never again as good as he was in his second pro contest that dramatic Columbus night in 2003.

NUMBER THREE: JAY CUTLER, 2002
Apart from the 2001 Mr. Olympia contest maybe the hardest he’s ever been. With deeply embedded abs and full thighs more ripped than Britney Spears’ copy of Hide and Seek For Dummies, Cutler relegated Chris Cormier to the third of what was to become a run of six consecutive runner-up spots.

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Staying injury free

What can send make a big, bad bodybuilder quake with terror and frantically scramble for help? The specter of injury—a twinge that’s not supposed to be there, an inexplicable loss of strength, a pin-prick pain that intensifies through the set, or one that starts throbbing long after you leave the gym—can curtail your progress for months or even end your career. To avert such disasters, alert yourself to the real-life advice from these four pro champions; then, put it into practice, not as a casual habit but as a continuous, conscious constitutional for every workout.

Vince Taylor “I once tore my biceps tendon loose from doing curls with warm-up weight; another time, I had such a tendon problem with my wrist that I couldn’t move my thumb. Consequently, I decided to train as heavy as I safely could. Maniacal workouts are injuries waiting to happen. If you feel a twinge in your back or knee with squats, switch to leg presses for a while; if your heavy benches produce a warning sensation, lighten them, and use higher reps.”

Shawn Ray “I like 8-15 reps, performed smoothly and hard, but if fall short of that final, extra burn before asking for a spotter to help me with a few more, I feel I’m also falling short of some injury potential. I’ll take the latter. In the long run, I’ll be ahead. My advice: Use perfect form all the time.”

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