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    Discussion in 'Training' started by jailynn24hb, Mar 19, 2012.

    1. jailynn24hb

      jailynn24hb Well-Known Member

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      First off, a year or whatever the hell is not enough time of lifting or whatever bs to run a cycle. It takes 2-3 before you begin to even near your natural potential and this is when a cycle is necessary to get further gains. Using a cycle early will just mess up you natural systems and make it harder to attain natural gains. If you have lifted for enough time you should have a general knowledge built up of what a cycle consists of to run in properly so there is no need to ask.

      Second, if you read the rules no discussions of PH,Test, or cycles of anything other than test boosters or creatine are allowed.

      Third, Eat and Lift

      End rant.

       
    2. masoven4u

      masoven4u Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      Creatine. Not even once

      But srsly thanks for posting this, I'v seen a lot of this crap on front page recently
       
    3. jailynn24hb

      jailynn24hb Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      trying just so many threads lately it probably sounds like I had a period or something but for gods sake every kid thinks they need to be taking chems all the time. Same way at school fresh/sophs/juniors/seniors are taking test boosters(natural) but still.
       
    4. alomjabpd

      alomjabpd Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      I LOL at the term "natural limit"
       
    5. Canellesao

      Canellesao Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      explain?
       
    6. alomjabpd

      alomjabpd Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      There is a point where your body just can't gain anymore, thus, having to cycle.

      Atleast thats what i heard.
       
    7. defelqy

      defelqy Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      It will continue to gain just at a unbelievably slow rate thus a natural limit has been reached. This is different then after your beginner gains cease and it becomes difficult to add weight to your frame/size/weight to the bar. This occurs after years of lifting perfect and perfect nutrition.
       
    8. defelqy

      defelqy Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      I haven't done any research on this topic but I don't believe a person's natural potential can be tapped in 2-3 years.
       
    9. Korporalegq

      Korporalegq Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      Near natural potential. Where gaining becomes progressively more difficult. I would agree it takes many more years than that to hit the actual mark but everyone's genetics are different so everyone's limit is different.
       
    10. laxgoaliesrhs

      laxgoaliesrhs Well-Known Member

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      New people with cycle questions GTFIH

      this information is new and interesting thanks for teh heads up..
       

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