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    topher is offline Banned
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    too young to gear up?

    a friend of mine is looking for advise as to what would be a good starter cycle for size and strength, hes only 19 but has been training for about 2 and half years naturally with a good diet. he seems to have hit a wall when it comes to making gains.i already advised him that i thought he was too young to dabble in gear,but he sees me and my boys blowing up around him and wont stop bugging me to get him gear. what u guys think too young? what r the dangers of juicing at this age? if hes not to young what do u guys sugest as a good cycle. also he already does creitine and amino acids so that bone has already been thrown he idolizes me and i dont want to steer him wrong any input would be much appprcieated.thanx

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    if your taking gear i hope u know a little how it works, your 19 year old friend is already producing a ton of test.......hes growing by the day...........tell him to wait til mid 20's at least or could risk stunting his growth.....hed be like a midget.....seriously it could happen.....

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    He is Too young...jmho...

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    yeah too young. @ years is really not enough to build a solid base either. After another 2-3 years he might be ready, granted everything is in order.

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    Too young bro.

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    i started at 19, i knew the risks but did it anyway just like many members here. If anything make sure he knows all the risks and is informed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackman
    i started at 19, i knew the risks but did it anyway just like many members here. If anything make sure he knows all the risks and is informed
    ditto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackman
    i started at 19, i knew the risks but did it anyway just like many members here. If anything make sure he knows all the risks and is informed
    i started at 19 as well, i didnt know jack shlt. like jackman said make sure hes aware and fully informed.

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    19 and has hit a wall as far as gains?

    Ummmmm, no, he's hit a wall as far as knowing how to change his training/diet to get to gaining again.

    No need for gear at all.

    ~SC~

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    I think that sometimes you just hit plateus and have to stick with it and you get through them noone said bodybuilding was easy

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    i agree with swole... maybe his diet isnt as rock solid as he thinks. Try posting up his diet in the appropriate forum and we'll see how it looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackman
    i started at 19, i knew the risks but did it anyway just like many members here. If anything make sure he knows all the risks and is informed
    Do you regret starting at that age ?

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    Has he tried mixing up his training regiment ? I doubt he's hit any walls ... gains are probably coming slower now because he's been lifting for awhile now and his body has adapted to the workload .

    Basically he needs to mix things up and take a new approach to lifting weights

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    I started at 19, but I was probably the most informed 19 year old out there when it comes to AAS.

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    toooo yooouunnngggg

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