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    Tren Question for athletes

    I've been reading about tren and articles say that it's not recommended for athletes as it reduces cardio capabilites? any athletes around that have used tren and still were able to maintain strong cardio capabilities like sprinting and such?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cblifter View Post
    I've been reading about tren and articles say that it's not recommended for athletes as it reduces cardio capabilites? any athletes around that have used tren and still were able to maintain strong cardio capabilities like sprinting and such?
    I was on Tren -A for a few rounds and had such serious problems breathing it felt like my chest would explode. I tried some remedies (documented in one of my threads) but nothing helped. I actually passed out doing burpees which was not to much fun. After I stopped Tren-A it took me about 5 weeks to be back to normal.

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    Well if you are running tren and doing wind sprints.You got ripped off!

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    You're not going to get a lot of responses because Tren and that type of athlete have absolutely no fit.

    Endurance athletes have better choices, tren is a bb'ers compound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cblifter
    I've been reading about tren and articles say that it's not recommended for athletes as it reduces cardio capabilites? any athletes around that have used tren and still were able to maintain strong cardio capabilities like sprinting and such?
    I always use tren during the cutting cycle and i am always doing cardio (4-5 mile runs). I put in 20-25 miles a week. I would notice a difference however I think that the hype is a little overblown. One thing that I did notice was that my heartbeat increased a great deal ( about 10-15 bpm) at the same pace.
    I would run in extreme heat (105-110) so i guess its all relative.

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    Earlier in my life I ran tren @ around 500 mg's/week and did notice the negative effects regarding cardio.

    These days I will run it @ around 300 mg's/week with no impact on cardio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cblifter View Post
    I've been reading about tren and articles say that it's not recommended for athletes as it reduces cardio capabilites? any athletes around that have used tren and still were able to maintain strong cardio capabilities like sprinting and such?
    I think its an individual side effect. Personally TREN has never effected my cardio ability at all.

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    I def seem to get winded quicker running tren and if I had a fight or a 5k or something I was planning it would be off the table for ME..

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    Quote Originally Posted by charger69 View Post
    I always use tren during the cutting cycle and i am always doing cardio (4-5 mile runs). I put in 20-25 miles a week. I would notice a difference however I think that the hype is a little overblown. One thing that I did notice was that my heartbeat increased a great deal ( about 10-15 bpm) at the same pace.
    I would run in extreme heat (105-110) so i guess its all relative.
    I dont know who you get your tren from.But the stuff I have used you wouldnt run nowhere fast.Guys on here talk about being gased after sex while on tren.I do believe you got bunk gear or are a freak

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion0922 View Post
    You're not going to get a lot of responses because Tren and that type of athlete have absolutely no fit.

    Endurance athletes have better choices, tren is a bb'ers compound.
    what would be a good fit for athletes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cblifter View Post
    what would be a good fit for athletes?
    You need to provide specifics; what is your sport? goals? etc.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cblifter View Post
    what would be a good fit for athletes?
    More or less any compound.

    Test, nandrolone , winny and mast would all be good choices.

    Diet and training regimen are the most important.

    Tren 's side effects are largely individualistic.

    I have no problem running 6 miles in under an hour while on tren.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion0922 View Post
    You need to provide specifics; what is your sport? goals? etc.?
    wrestling. want to gain muscle, but not hinder performance. i'm also considering taking a red shirt this season and use tren , but hoping not to give up athleticism for gains. i was thinking of running tren 100 at only 150-200mg per week

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    Well after reading this thread I stand corrected.I personally until this thread never heard of anyones cardio not being affected by tren .This is good to know for future use.

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