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    Tren Lung

    So... would Tren be a bad choice for a basketball, soccer or any other high cardiovasuclar intensity sport?

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    according to Hookers profile yes... go read it

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    If you mean coughing after a shot of tren which lasts only for a few minutes....no.

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    I foundthat tren ace made my cardio performance a little less than usual. Now I'm on clen for PCT and its back up to scratch!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by big an rich
    I foundthat tren ace made my cardio performance a little less than usual. Now I'm on clen for PCT and its back up to scratch!!
    ...but the gains were well worth it. Would you agree with that?

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    tren will slow you down, period.

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    When I spar in martial arts class, I notice that my cardiovascular endurance is down, when I'm using tren . I stick with it though because I like the increased aggression and the added muscle mass.

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    its great for football but u can feel the decreased endurance. imo it would suck for soccer and basketball because there are longer periods of running involved but i have heard of some bros continuing cardio while on with only minor setbacks. u may have to just try it to see how u react.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fanatic
    ...but the gains were well worth it. Would you agree with that?
    Hell yeah. Who needs cardio for 5 weeks?? Actually I do but the cost of a slight reduction in cardio is worth it when you offset it against the hardness and good quality gains you make..

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