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I've been doing some research on HGH, as I'm getting on a bit and keen to try it for a number of reasons.
However I've recently had a Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) cut out. From my research I know there is some risk around increased growth rates of cancer and HGH, but given BCC's are slow growing...
basal cell carcinoma
Increasing strength is a great way to build muscle, but how much muscle are you building if you increase your 8RM by 2.5kg that month? Eventually you run out of exercises that you can reliably get stronger on to build muscle
However muscular endurance, the amount of volume you can do within a...
1. Debt - the Rudd Government increased Debt to $75 billion. Subsequent and the current Government have increased Debt to $650 billion.
2. Immigration - our Country and it's infrastructure is bursting at the seems. Hospitals, Housing, Water, Roads etc are all struggling to hold the current...
I've been doing more training then usual and have noticed my waist and hip measurements have increased. I'm guessing this is because I've been focussing on back muscles to help improve my posture. I'm pretty sure that it's not my diet. I'm vegan which pretty much eliminates 90% of bad foods...
We know the benefits of using machines over the barbell.
more volume is required in barbell work because of the limited time spent under tension.
An interesting study revealed that 80% received only half strength increases and fatigue using partial reps while 20 % increased strength by 100%...
How has your progress been going?
· What are your current goals?
· What do you feel like you could do better?
· What changes have you made to your nutrition/training recently?
· Hit any PRs recently? If not, why not?
Notice how Rugby League players are dying more often now. Young bloke in the Brisbane Comp died on the weekend. Seems to be a lot more common nowadays. UFC fighters are getting a lot more injured in the lead up to fights it would seem.
Is it that Science has increased Athlete's Power and...
There is a school of thought that says that frequency of training is of greater importance than sheer volume e.g. if you do 12 sets for muscle group X once per week you will see a greater benefit doing 6 sets twice per week.
I can see the logic in this in regards to being able to increase...
95 kg at 11%
just finishing my 4th course on suss, eq and tren a
just got my bloods back and have increased Alanie Transaminase 127 umol/L
where 6 months ago it was 46 the range it should be in is 0-45.
doctors cant tell me anything and wont even tell me if its bad they no what i take...
I have been doing the PTC Beginners program for the past 3 months and before that did about 2 months of Starting Strength. During this time I had no problems at all.
This week I wanted to add volume and intensity (I know don't fuck with the program) so I changed the following...
have upped the number of private messages a user can have , previous amount was 200 , new amount is 300
why the increase you ask ? simple the server that Ausbb now sits on has shitloads of har drive space , might as well put some of it to use
I know everyone knows this but since increasing my water intake some around 2-3L a day to 4.5-6L I feel so much better, look so much better and never get bloated like I used to when I didnt drink much water.
So as I said I drink between 4.5-6L a day - just normal water, nothing added to it or...
i thought this was an interesting read, and its not a really big one.
The casein this article refers to is a hydrolysate, not your standard calcium caseinate. A hydrolysate is a pre digested or partly broken down protein.
While calcium caseinate is a slow digested protein, a hydrolysed casein...