Lastly, the writer stresses the fact that correct supplementation is a must in order have optimal health while on a cycle. Anyone taking a continued dosage of steroids will likely face the ramifications, namely some liver and kidney imbalances. Is this a worthy sacrifice in order to compete on a pro level and dedicate yourself to what you love? That’s for the individual to decide. But according to this anonymous bodybuilder – the health ramifications are not a lie… just maybe not as bad as the media makes it out to be.
Excellent question. I've never used Andro and other testosterone boosters but I do know that a lot of companies perform studies at schools to see if their products work. For example I know that Pinnacle did a case study where they had 36 student's weight train using Pinnacle Andro Poppers for 6 weeks and 36 students train without using the product. After six weeks the 36 students using Pinnacle Poppers were 40% more anabolic then those who did not. I also know that Sports One Inc. Andro Diol proved to raise the testosterone level of all the clients who used the product. I guess my answer to your question is to make sure you use a product from a company who actually did studies to make sure they did in fact do what they claimed.
Carson Wentz threw 14 interceptions and had 14(!) fumbles last year, although somehow opposing teams only recovered 4. How did Wentz accumulate these big turnover numbers? Well, he holds the ball too long without being a Rodgers-level escape artist, seemingly cannot jump between reads, and overthrows pretty much everything because his footwork is garbage. The stuff he doesn’t overthrow? It could be in the dirt, it could be behind the receiver resulting in them contorting to adjust and being lit up by a linebacker, you just don’t know! It’s a fucking mystery box!