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    Experiences w/ Tren and Cardiovascular

    Let's hear some experiences with tren 's affect on the cardiovascular system. I know people say decreases endurance, but to what degree and why? Thanks bros

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    my cardio went from 45 min on the tredmill to 25. some times it's real hard to get your breath back also.

    i will tell you what when you do cardio you sweet big time.

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    Any idea why? I can't find anything on the compound's effect on the cardio. system.

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    Thanks for the input by the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8-MAN
    Any idea why? I can't find anything on the compound's effect on the cardio. system.

    You haven't found it because I haven't posted it yet...

    Basically, Tren Causes a rise in Prostaglandin Production, and there are a couple pathways involved in prostaglandin production; prostaglandins made from one pathway in particular happen to dictate some muscle constriction as well as platlet aggregation, while the other method of production dictates bronchial constriction (thus making it harder to catch your breath).

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    Don't know what you mean by this...

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    You haven't found it because I haven't posted it yet....
    But thanks for this...

    Quote Originally Posted by hooker
    Basically, Tren Causes a rise in Prostaglandin Production, and there are a couple pathways involved in prostaglandin production; prostaglandins made from one pathway in particular happen to dictate some muscle constriction as well as platlet aggregation, while the other method of production dictates bronchial constriction (thus making it harder to catch your breath)....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8-MAN
    Don't know what you mean by this...
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    What I mean is that I don't think anyone has put the two things together yet (I haven't ever seen anyone offer this reason for tren 's effects on cardio, personally)...and I haven't posted it anywhere, even though I have it sitting in on my computer...

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    Cool, thanks for the input bro.

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    Tren really affected my cardio. Usually I can run 2.5 miles without any problem, but within days of starting tren, I was huffing and puffing just to finish my route. Eventually I switched over to cycling because of back pumps (probably from test).

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    Treb really effected my cardio. I was doing 45mins consistant cardio a day, when i started useing tren i had to take breaks every 10 mins. it was rough it was like one day im in shap and the next im not. But the results from the tren are well worth it.

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