I was on it for 17 days, got awesome strength gains from it, moreso than I did on my test/eq cycle. This stuff is pretty incredible. Watch out for sides though. IMO, it's pretty harsh on the liver. Not to mention the headaches, low back pumps, lethargy. If you can deal w/those, I'd def. recomend it.
Sounds like it's self-defeating. How can you actually go to the gym to grow muscles if you're too lethargic?
I feel lethargic from m-1-t, pretty bad at times, but I have no problem with my workouts. I've been sick for the past week, and I still haven't had any trouble. I really enjoy working out, and make sure I get psyched up and focus mentally. I also never miss, no matter how little I feel like going when it's time to get my ass in the car and head to the gym. For me, the worst thing about m-1-t is that the pumps are bothersome. I get lower back pumps just from standing, and I couldn't complete my grip workout last night due to the forearm pumps.
Why would this be any harsher on the liver than d-bol or anadrol? And if it is what about 2 weeks on 2 weeks off for awhile? Any feedback is appreciated.
I think anyone that makes a claim about how harsh m-1-t is on the liver is just guessing. My personal ***guess*** is that it's as harsh on the liver as drinking a six pack or taking 800 mgs of ibuprofen...
I'm not a doctor, and believe me health and safety are extremely important to me, but I think that claims of moderate doses of AAS being "harsh on the liver" are exaggerated.
True that Griz. The liver is tuff. I've been checked during and after
a cycle and the liver always go's back to Normal. NOT saying to
run A-50 and D-bol year round that might be alittle stupid. Just
saying the liver,,well it's like it just heals itself. Ofcourse I eat
alot of Greens