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What Do You Need To Know About Growth Hormone

There has been so much written and said about the growth that it is becoming quite boring now, and to be honest there is not going to be a hell of a lot written here as well but for the better part, I will explain my practices, results and success with myself and many of the champions.
The technical and the chemical equations that some of us simple bodybuilders are coming up with really are beyond belief to be honest. They do not only stand need looking at they also take up a load of money and 75% of the day figuring out why and when we should be taking it. Before breakfast, after, in between, you know the score. It has become, as I have said a ball ache now when it really is that simple to explain to you even for a dim wit such as myself. In a nutshell what growth hormone does is say, “WeII, I will take care of all the protein distribution around the body. I will send it to all the places that you are training and ensure that each muscle stimulated (or not), will get the right amount at the right time. Oh and another thing what I will do. Instead of you having to take in more and more carbs that can turn into fat – sort of- I will get my energy and make sure that you get yours from the fat already in your body. Is that OK‘? Hope so because that is basically what growth does. And it does it very well tool What it also says is that if you are going to use those steroids in this body, let them get on with the job that they should do and I will take care of the rest. Growth even allows the muscle to accept increased nitrogen retention with the use of steroids also, and by letting them get on with their job, fights the fat battle whilst at the same time increasing the bodies growing potential phenomenally. It really is that good a product.

Growth Hormone Side Effects

The scare stories that have obviously accompanied the G are, in theory correct in their knowledge — reference side effects. The facts that yes it can produce enlarged areas of bone structure i.e. elbowjoints, jaw line etc but this again is down to the fact that if you use to much – y’know what comes next. However, I have not known ANYBODY in this sport who has had even minimal problems with the G. These scare stories are of course based on fact but I do not know anyone yet who can point backwards with their elbows.

Mass or Condition?

Using growth in a less complicated way is much more enjoyable, easier and definitely safer. Adding insulin not only complicates things it means that you are playing ‘Russian Roulette‘ with a substance far more complicated than you can imagine. You will understand more as you read on. I can use the growth for mass or condition without a problem. Increasing my calorie intake with high class protein and inducing carbs at the right times (before and after training especially) make the job easier than you can imagine. It is one of the safest things that you can use within the realms of ‘chemically assisted training’. If I wanted to, I could stop on it for as long as my wallet allowed me to. The condition gained from its assistance within my training schedule is fantastic. I must stress the word ‘assist’ simply because that is what it is. The growth does not do the job on it’s own, you have to provide the hard bit – growth just adds that bit of shine and you would love it. Finally, for those in training using other sports where strength and physical attributes are required and also where there maybe testing procedures etc; growth STILL remains relatively undetectable!

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