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1,4 AD is Now Illegal [Nov. 29th, 2010|03:21 pm]
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Hey guys,

Just wanted to spark up some discussion on the infamous 1,4 AD.   Did you now it's illegal now?
Here take a look at my article about it.

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The Muscle Builder's Supplement [Nov. 23rd, 2010|02:34 pm]
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Best Muscle Builders Supplements

 Before you pick a muscle builders supplements you want to have your diet and exercise plan ready to go. Without a proper diet and exercise plan you won't be able to grow, so make sure you follow a good one.  There are many free workout plans like this one available on the internet:   FREE WORKOUT PLAN

When you choose a good diet and workout plan, then you can move on to proper muscle builders supplements for gaining mass.  There are many muscle builders supplements available on the market and you can get lost with what to choose. This should serve as a guideline for what kind of muscle builders supplements to choose.


 The most commonly used supplement that beginners start with is Creatine.  Creatine is one of the best muscle builders on the market because it can help a bodybuilder in three separate ways.  Creatine is one of the safest muscle builders supplements out there and has been studied since 1994 for safety.  Creatine builds mass by adding in an immediate water gaining or "volumization" effect to muscle. Also, creatine recharges ATP, which gives you more energy to perform. Finally, Creatine can block key enzymes that tear down muscle which will ultimately help you carry more mass.

 Amino Acids

 Amino Acids are the second part of our muscle builders supplements.  Amino Acids are not the same as straight protein from meat or even protein shakes.  Actually, a recent study has shown that ingesting and amino acid supplement before your workout will help you gain 33% more muscle each time you exercise.  The amino acid Leucine is the most important anabolic amino acid.  You need this amino acid in almost every supplement you take.  Our favorite stack that has creatine, leucine and other amino acids is found here and will give you all of the basic building blocks for muscle growth:   THE PERFECT STACK

 This stack is amazing because it gives you protein, creatine and amino acids for growth and is the best stack for the beginner who wants to put on tons of muscle while staying away from anything hormonal.

 The Next Step

 If you want to take your workout to the next level, you need to look at something stronger like an herbal testosterone booster or natural herbal androgen.  These two ingredients optimize the hormones of the natural athlete by increasing testosterone levels. 

 Testosterone boosting is going to help you increase aggression and muscle mass when in the gym.  You can boost testosterone naturally, using herbs and other supplements that boost your testosterone naturally.  Unlike steroids, these don't screw up your normal production of testosterone, they actually signal your body to make more testosterone.  The most popular testosterone booster on the market can be found here:   THE BEST TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER 

 If you want to go a step further, you can use natural herbal androgens. These ingredients are going to act like testosterone in your body and give you the natural boost in mass and strength that comes from steroid use, without being on anything that is a steroid.  You can be confident that these are not going to cause you to piss hot on a drug test. You can use these to give yourself a natural gain of 6-8lbs in a month.  A great natural steroid replacement and muscle builders supplements can be found here:   THE BEST STEROID REPLACEMENT 

 Steroids...legal and illegal

 Steroids are the holy grail of all sports supplements. They are still available on the internet, in gyms and in many countries they are not considered illegal.  Anabolic steroids are able to put on 10-12lbs of mass in one single month and can certainly be the best muscle builders for people wanting to get big.  People should be over 21 before they take any kind of steroids because these muscle builders supplements are not natural.  Also they can cause you to fail a drug test if you are an athlete or tested professional.

 Most steroids are illegal in the US, but there is one still legal steroid that you can take, which will help you boost your testosterone levels and give you massive gains in the gym.  This steroid is available without a prescription and can be a huge benefit for the experienced athlete looking for the best muscle builders supplements on the market.

 You can find these legal steroids HERE:

 Now that you have the basic muscle builders supplements, you can choose which one is right for you and start to put together your own program for putting on tons of mass.  Remember all muscle builders supplements are subject to proper diet and exercise and nothing will replace hard work, so you need both to succeed...

If you like my article, please check out my others:

 Whey Protein Shake Review

D-Aspartic Acid Review

6 OXO Review

Chrysin Review

Massularia Acuminate Review

Creatine Effects

How to Use Andro In A Cycle

Is Tribulus Terrestris Worth The Hype?

Feeding Your Body:  Creatine Nutrition

Are There Any Side Effects With Creatine?

What Is A Creatine Serum?

Is There Science Behind Tribulus Aquaticus?

Creatine Powder Vs. Creatine Pills; Which One Works!

The Best Creatine On The Supplement Market:  LG Sciences Anadraulic State GT

1 MP Review

Muscle Pharm Assault Review

The Perfect Workout Stack: Trifecta Stack

Branched Chain Amino Acids: Are They Really Needed?

Supplement Review: Formadrol Extreme XL

The Natural Alternative To Steroids

Supplement Review:  Endothil CR Review

Supplement Review:  VPX Anarchy

Supplement Review:  Methyl Masterdrol
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progress [Sep. 11th, 2007|03:00 pm]
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I've not postedhere in a long time- since I can't post from work anymore it became difficult to track onLJ. However I've made good progress & lost ~ 25 lbs since last November. I want to lose another 25 lbs to be in a really healthy/athletic range.

Here are my measurement changes:

measurements day - Nov.1st, 06
neck 12.5"
bust 40"
underbust 33"
waist 31.5"
hips 41"
upper arm 12"
thighs 23.5"
calves 15"
wrists 6"

neck, 12.5" (same)
bust, 38" (-2")
underbust, 32.5" (-.5")
waist, 31" (-.5")
hips, 38" (-3")
upper arm, 11.5" each (-1 together)
thighs, 22" each (-3" together)
calves, 15" (same)
wrists, 6" (same)

-10 inches of fat.Yay.
-25 lbs. Yay.
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thurs - I always eat pretty well, but it still ends up to be too many calories [May. 31st, 2007|03:48 pm]
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[mood |okayokay]

9am BF : 2 shots of espresso w/milk (whole & skim) & cinnamon and vanilla powdered sprinkled on top

11:30am Lunch : small salad (spinach, mushrooms, sweetpeas, sunflower seeds, almond slivers, cherry tomatos, little parmesan) & a drip coffee

3:30pm Snack : roasted almonds (2 handfuls) & a bowl of veggies (green soybeans, green sweetpeas, yellow corn & purple & white small potatos) with : Oregano, parmesan flakes, sea salt & chili powder.

4pm: homemade espresso (Peace Coffee) & a dash of milk

7pm Dinner: Garbanzo bean curry on Batsmati rice, side Samosa & a coffee w/spices & milk (from the Tibet booth at the Global Market on Lake street) -

9:20 at home: a beer
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making progress = down to just under 160, (158?) gw: 135 [Apr. 22nd, 2007|03:28 pm]
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[music |"sparrow" scatteredtrees]

getting more serious again: Pilates has really helped in reshaping my body and I'm doing more activities like rollerskating, hours of dancing & dodgeball, weight-lifting too in small amounts - exercise feels good. So I've only lost down 5-10 more pounds lately: but I look really different, so I think it's been mostly off with the fat & on with the muscle. OH- and I've dropped over 12 inches this year - so that's good.

I'm cutting back on fluffy pointless carbs until I get down another 10 lbs.

black coffee: -0 cals
half bannna: 50 cals
3 sips of orange juice - 25 cals?

3 glasses of unsweetened iced tea: -0 cals
1.5 pieces of pepperoni pizza: 278 cals of which carbs=28

tofu fried in 1tbsp olive oil, old fashioned mustard & teriyaki sauce 600 cals low carb=10
1/2 butternut squash - 35 cals, 2 carb (so much fiber it is discounted. yey)

1/2 acron squash - 35 cals, 2 carb

daily totals= 1000 cals / 45 carb (it's the pizza that ruined it: heh)

(not perfect, but not bad so far today)

In general this year I've been having mostly just salads w/lots of nuts, mushrooms, garbanzo beans, for lunch or soup, or rarely a chicken or other meat sandwich wo/bread, and just wrapped in romaine lettuce w/jalepenos, mustard & other condiments.
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fri [Nov. 10th, 2006|07:10 pm]
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BF: drip coffee w/milk (15) & half a protein drink (150)
Late Lunch: 4 sushi & some protein drink (extra small) @ a friends' house= ( 400 ??)

------------midevening - 555 Calories ----------

Sandra brought over a creamcheese & apple pie of some kind; I had a half slice (250?)
And a few beers (400?)

------------total 955 -----------------
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thurs [Nov. 9th, 2006|07:42 pm]
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BF: drip coffee w/milk & half a bran muffin (15 + 62)
LUNCH: 1/4 more bran muffin (threw out the rest, it was dried out = 31) & half serving at lunch of a Chicken "catatori" (spelled weirdly/not like that) which was w/ tomatoes & peppers and served over wild rice (200?) & another drip coffee w/milk (15)

---------------midday check is 313 calories ----

DINNER: tofu fried in olive oil w/curry & tamari sauce served with steamed carrots = 250 calories & beer 300

--------------daily cals----863 calories -------
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really interesting site full of good links on weight loss! [Nov. 8th, 2006|01:45 pm]
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First an article from one of the pages: http://www.dietbites.com/Diet-Articles-8/daily-pattern-weight-loss.html

The National Health & Nutrition Examination Survey conducted on more than 9,000 individuals during a two year period from 1982-1984 indicated that sleep may be connected to obesity.

In a 1987 follow up study involving more than 8,000 individuals, researchers determined that those getting less than five hours of sleep each day were 73% more likely to become obese than those individuals receiving the standard seven to nine hours of sleep each day.

For those getting in an hour more of sleep (6 hours) they were 27% more likely to become obese than their five-hour sleeping-beauty counterparts in the study. Just an additional hour appeared to cut the obesity-risk factor.

So what about those getting two to four hours sleep per night? Based on the five-hour results, we'd assume that obesity risk would increase, but it actually decreased to 67%.

In Summary: Sleeping not only assists the body in healing and energizing, it's a great way to keep away from eating.

How many hours of sleep do you need each night? As with weight issues, everyone is different. While one individual may do best with 7 hours of sleep each night, another might require up to 10 hours.

The next time that you wake up and feel wonderful, note how long that you slept - as well as the foods that you consumed the day before and the activities performed. In doing such, you just may find a valuable Health Key.

More links:

http://www.wulongforlife.com/ (?)

http://www.dietbites.com/article1154.html (Goal: to lose 10 to 25 lbs)
http://www.dietbites.com/article1172.html (Goal: to lose 26 to 75 lbs)
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mon - tues [Nov. 7th, 2006|11:51 am]
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BF: drip coffee w/milk (15 calories!!) I've been way overcounting my coffee calories: woot! 2 tbs of 2% milk is onlyy 15 calories - I was counting it as 50~ wow.
SNACK@ 11am: pumpkin pie (370 calories)
& 2 boiled eggs (156 calories)

------Midday @ 541 Calories - not bad considering I splurged on a PIE! Now i have to be good again!! -------

Dinner: take out Kung Pao (sp?) chicken stirfry w/peanuts, spinach served over plain steamed white rice (300?)

Daily total 841

BF: homemade latte 150
LUNCH: tuna sandwich w/veggies on whole wheat bread & a coffee w/milk 250
--------midday @ 400 cals? --------
Snack: 2 boiled eggs 156 cals
SNACK: 2 handfuls of nuts (300?) & 32 oz of water
Dinner: Pizza, 1 slice of the kids' leftovers from yesterday, & beer (400 cals)

Daily Total: 1256


BF: coffee latte @ home
LUNCH: chicken sandwich w/veggies on foccacia(sp?), potato leak soup & a coffee w/milk
DINNER: Hard Salami on sourdough & a beer

Daily: 1000ish.
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Sunday - Nov. 5th, '06 [Nov. 5th, 2006|09:40 am]
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Sunday: I made a quiche, but ironically it took so long to bake that I had a reject piece of leftover pizza I had warmed up for the kids at their request - *sigh* heh.

BF: leftover pizza, 1 slice (250?) & drip coffee w/some half & half (50?)

---------- Morning total = 300 ----------------------

Planning to go to a museum for some free accoustic music @ 11am ; it's only 9:30 am now, so perhaps I'll clean up around the house some more before I & the girls go out ~

LUNCH: quiche (really small slice) & some little pieces of pie crust w/sugar & cinnamon (350?)

---------- Mid-day total= 650 ------------------------
Dinner: more Quiche, coffee w/half & half, and chocolate (800?)

---------- Total: 1450 ------------------------------
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