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    yaboy604 is offline New Member
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    Cool 19 too young for steroids?? what age is appropriate??

    I've been reading so many posts about age and what age steroids are appropriate to be taking, and it seems like I'm getting no where with these mixed answers. Currently I'm 19 years old I've been thinking about taking AAS TURNING 20 IN 2 MONTHS
    and I've been working out for almost 5 years and I'm at 205lb 5'11 I started off at 135 at age 15, I've done all my research about, creatine, protein, glutamine, and etc. I've been working out for the past 3 months changing my workouts, I even did p90x for sometime, just to see if i can break out of my platue but nothings really helped. A few older friends of mine have been doing juice and I see the way they lift, and how much they gain off it, and now It's kind of rubbing off on me making it feel like I want to take it too. POINT BEING, I just want a few opinions of whether or not, I should be taking juice or not. I've been gaining strength these last few months but very slowly. I also know if I decide to take this stuff, I have a lot of research to do.
    EVERY OPINION IS MUCH APPRECIATED THANKS.
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    These may help in your research

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    There isn't an exact age were we all stop developing and growing because this is determined by our genes and DNA, we are all genetically programmed individually and we inherit our genes from our parents. To give an exact age we stop growing would be incorrect because everyone's genetic blueprint is different.The main development of our bodies is up to the age of 21yrs of age but this can vary between individuals. There are parts of our bodies what carry on developing and adjusting slowly up until the age of 25yrs old, an example of this is the brain. The Endocrine system is a part of the brain what is very complex and keeps our bodies in a homeostasis state. Our testosterone levels start raising and roughly peak around 25yrs old and then start to slowly decline, so even though some of us may have stopped growing at the age of 21yrs old, others may still be developing up until the age of 25yrs old.

    I have recently spoken to my Endo regarding this matter and he tells me that the HPTA is very sensitive and as many pathways how it regulates the human body, he states steroids disrupt the normal balance of hormones in the body which can cause reversible and irreversible changes at any age but risks are far more if you administrate exogenous androgens during development, this will put you in a very unnatural environment at a crucial time and your hormones should be treated with care especially in the early stages of maturity. The adverse effects can be erratic behaviour of the HPTA and potentially therapy when your older.

    I did ask him what age he would think would be the safest as far as risk to damages and he said many endocrinologist suggest full maturation is reached by 25 years of age and this would also give the HPTA time to be established with your natural hormone balance and patterns. I personally feel 24-25yrs old would also be ideal starting point to get bloodwrok drawn to see exact what your natural levels are before starting any kind of cycles and waiting till you have reach your testosterone peak would be a good starting point, for me there is to much evidence over the forums and what I've seen personally over the last 25yrs I've been bodybuilding. Obviously it isn't going to be all 19- 21yr old bodybuilders who suffer side effects what are irreversible but I am edging on the side of caution what age I advice to the newbies.
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    http://forums.steroid.com/showthread...-a-first-cycle

    AGE
    In humans your Endocrine system is not fully functional until an average age of 25yrs, although the main development is up to around 21yrs it still fluctuates a little bit up to its fully functional age. There is a risk of permanently damaging your HPTA if you take AAS to young and you could end up with symptoms of andropause and HRT for life. Symptoms could be Limp dick, low libido, depression, low energy, low endurance, erection problems and many more but.......are these the types of symptoms you want to have in your 20's?. Believe me its hard to cope with these in your 40's yet alone in your prime of your life.

    Around this age your Testosterone levels are the highest they going to be in your life naturally, so use what you have and don't take the risk of damage, I am passionate about this because ive seen it many times with young kids wanting to looking like their heroes and they think the answer is in an injection/tablet.

    Taking AAS to young can also cause problems with development, one other main problem is premature sealing of your epiphyeal bone and the consequences mean that you wont grow as big as your genetics could allow you to, there is a test which can be done to see if your growth plates have sealed yet but the average age is around 21yrs old.



    TRAINING
    You need a few years of hard training under your belt before even considering taking any kind of anabolic support, people who jump on a cycle to soon without having some quality years under their belt usually results in injuries, it takes time to develop your connective tissue, tendons and nervous system to heavy overload training. Slowly getting your own system use to these kinds of extreme's will only help in muscle growth later on when you do decide to start taking AAS.

    Build a solid foundation for muscle tissue to grow and maintaining and development will be far greater than without it. Many younger guys will start cycling before they have reached their genetic potential which is crazy when a good solid diet and training program will be far beneficial and productive to muscle building.

    Workouts should be mainly focused on basic movements with a priority of over loading the muscle each and ever time you train, increasing your strength and ability to lift in proper form will help with building the foundation for future development


    DIET
    A lot of younger bodybuilders don't know how to eat. Researching and understanding how your own body responds will help you get to your natural limit, the right food at the right time and a full understanding of proteins,carbs, and fats will only help you succeed in achieving your natural goals. Keeping a diet diary will also help you understand the importance of macro, nutrients, calories and should help you see in which areas you could be going wrong in adding lean muscle tissue.

    No matter how much anabolic support you have it will be worthless without proper nutrition, food will help build and maintain your valued muscle weather its natural, cycling or in PCT. Adjusting your food intake and consuming muscle building foods coupled with a solid training program will help you achieve your natural limit and foundation before you start AAS use.

    This area is a huge problem with the younger guys and I can't express enough how important diet/food is when first starting out, post and pre training nutrition are very important and understanding how to load and feed the body will help push growth and create a very natural anabolic environment

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    You`ve only been lifting 3 months mate, everybody wants muscle and size but nobody wants to put in the graft, thats the real issue.

    You shouldnt even think about steroids for at least another 4yrs.

    I know its boring to hear because it gets said alot but training and diet are the 2 most important things that are going to give you the results you want and both take alot of dedication. Nothings a quick fix and training is a lifestyle choice, not something you decide to do for a few months with the help of steroids to try and get big quick, thats where people get it twisted.

    The sooner you can adapt mentally knowing that you need to dedicate your life to it the sooner your going to realise whether or not training is for you.

    Good luck

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    Take a quick look at this post. We see several of these most ever day. Now ask yourself again why is it to young?

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    WOW, I just gotta say, thanks for the info, I appreciate it. What you've said there makes a lot of sense, and yes, i definetly do not want any of those synthoms at this age. I've been training for a while eating healthy, I have a pretty good training routine currently benching
    235lbs 8x, deadlifting 260lbs 8x, I'm not a small guy, but I feel like I'm stuck, and I need a boost, thats why I felt like aas was the way to go, but after what you've said to me I'm probably going to wait at least 2-3 years before I'm going to even start it.
    Thank you so much for your info it probably just saved my NUTS, literally.

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    Good choice and you are already showing more maturity than 90% of the people under 25 who come here if not 30. LOL
    The info above is true and with food and training you will have GREAT 100% keepable gains with no negative side effect.

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