08-17-2003, 09:20 PM #1
Different test for different people?
I've been reading a lot about Different test esters tonight. All the test types are somewhat different but i agree with everyone that test is test.
I was reading a lot about enanthate . Here is a little bit from an article.
"Testosterone enantate is an ester of the naturally occurring andro-gen, testosterone. It is responsible for the normal development of the male sex characteristics"
Since it is naturally occuring that means this is the test everyone produces themselves. Getting to my point. Most people as teenagers and on produce about the same amount of testosterone. Therefore different body types might respond better to enanthate.
If you are someone very muscular you probably respond well to the naturally occuring test. If you a skinny person then chances are you don't respond that well to a naturally occuring type of test as enenthate and would be better off with a different type of test like sust or prop or cyp.
Is there any sense in what i am saying or am i wrong?
08-17-2003, 10:20 PM #2Originally Posted by jdog55
Test is Test. The only diffrence is the half-life of the ester. Second your statement that teenagers and on produce the same amount of test is wrong. As you age your test levels get lower.
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