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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/23 21:41:29 (permalink)


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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/24 09:12:13 (permalink)
https://youtu.be/hCuqqwE9j_s

This makes my extremely angry indeed.
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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/24 10:50:58 (permalink)
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Geeze- I'm curious to know- how old are you and do you compete? 
 
My assumption is that a) you are young enough to own glands that serve up buckets of testosterone independently of PEDs and b) you might possibly compete 


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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/28 21:53:38 (permalink)
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Geeze- I'm curious to know- how old are you and do you compete? 
 
My assumption is that a) you are young enough to own glands that serve up buckets of testosterone independently of PEDs and b) you might possibly compete 


Just seen this. I'm 31 first ran a cycle a few years ago, been at a few gyms over the years but my current gym there's a very strong competing culture, they even hold trials and competitions in the gym itself. Everyone is on gear lol. I've not competed yet but intending to in 2018, never had the discipline with the dieting before to shred up and get bodyfat into single figure %s, however having getting quite pally with a few lads who do regularily compete I'm planning on just commiting and going for it. After all what's the point spending years building with nothing to show for it. You bodybuilding yourself?
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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/28 22:00:31 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby S8 2017/11/29 13:24:12
Boot it down some stairs, run over it with a van, this thing will still work. Also DAB, Loud and bassy and runs off mains power or cordless drill batteries all day long. This deserves to be in here.

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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/29 11:20:44 (permalink)
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Geeze- I'm curious to know- how old are you and do you compete? 
 
My assumption is that a) you are young enough to own glands that serve up buckets of testosterone independently of PEDs and b) you might possibly compete 


Just seen this. I'm 31 first ran a cycle a few years ago, been at a few gyms over the years but my current gym there's a very strong competing culture, they even hold trials and competitions in the gym itself. Everyone is on gear lol. I've not competed yet but intending to in 2018, never had the discipline with the dieting before to shred up and get bodyfat into single figure %s, however having getting quite pally with a few lads who do regularily compete I'm planning on just commiting and going for it. After all what's the point spending years building with nothing to show for it. You bodybuilding yourself?



No, I only lift to get stronger and reinforce against getting old and crumbly. 
 
The only reason I asked was that I wondered why you would bother with PEDs if you don't compete, you are a reasonably young guy after all? The whole steroid thing is so complicated, and arguably a long term commitment- not to mention the raised blood pressure, thickened blood, etc etc. 
 
Surely if you are in the gym for years, you'll have plenty to show for it? 
 
Obviously you won't be able to compete with juicers, but seeing as most of those guys will have health issues in their 40s and 50s, why would you want to? 
 
 


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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/29 11:45:02 (permalink)
Doesn't all that anatrenololol shit permanently put your endocrine system out of balance if you're not incredibly careful?
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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/29 13:09:40 (permalink)
I'm old enough to ask for HRT, I'm not sure I'd want it, having to rely on a needle every week- and having none of the homeostasis that the human body can offer


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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/29 13:25:00 (permalink)

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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/11/29 13:29:45 (permalink)
Whoops, wrong Dillinja tune 
 

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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/03 11:32:00 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby wiseacre 2017/12/12 09:47:34
Everything about this tune, it’s a masterpiece. Dat bass

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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/03 11:33:44 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby S8 2017/12/04 18:03:49
sectionate



This is a great track still. Wish I’d bought it when it was cheaper.
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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/03 17:13:04 (permalink)

willfunk
Boot it down some stairs, run over it with a van, this thing will still work. Also DAB, Loud and bassy and runs off mains power or cordless drill batteries all day long. This deserves to be in here.



Too bassy for building sites, can't hear myself think sometimes when someones got one of these blaring, also every time you turn it off the presets don't save.


post edited by Rapt - 2017/12/03 17:14:48
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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/03 17:34:08 (permalink)
^ A plasterers favourite for booming out heart FM all over site. 


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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/12 03:11:58 (permalink)
Roland Alphonso - Look Away
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Yuc4JLrxCk
 


Just too good.

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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/12 05:57:22 (permalink)
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I'm old enough to ask for HRT, I'm not sure I'd want it, having to rely on a needle every week- and having none of the homeostasis that the human body can offer




What would that be for out of interest?
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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/12 09:12:30 (permalink)
A testosterone injection for people who's bodies don't produce enough on its own, it's a lot smaller dose than typically run on a steroid cycle. Think 250mg a week is usual whereas cycles tend to be 500mg-1g a week
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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/12 09:40:39 (permalink)
Shiverman
 
 
What would that be for out of interest?




 
Low T and remedying it is a fashionable way of fighting the effects of old age, as low T causes memory loss, depression, low sex drive (obviously), heart disease, sarcopenia, fat gain and osteoporosis. 
 
The tricky thing is that low T is a difficult thing to establish as levels vary wildly from individual to individual and what is "normal" is up for debate. So a lot of old men can get an artificial boost from the GP by asking the right sort of questions.
 
The thing is, is it a question you need to be asking if you feel OK anyway? Once you replace your own T production, things get complicated and less than optimal. 


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Re: Why are things so good? 2017/12/12 10:27:30 (permalink)
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This is a great track still. Wish I’d bought it when it was cheaper.



This. Last year I was suggesting to the gf to get me this for Christmas. I've just checked it now and the cheapest available copy on 'cogs has gone up by about £20 in a single year. Same with loads of tunes I've had my eye on. DJ Solo - Darkage ... could get a £30 copy last year ... now it's pretty much £50 and up. 
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