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  1. Crashed Estrogen is no joke

    by , 10-24-2017 at 09:58 PM
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    It is effective. Especially on hard lump gyno.
    Hmm that's exactly what I have. No fatty tissue just hard fibreous lumps fairly deep under the skin. Man I'd be incredibly stoked if this worked.

    I'm on trt #150/wk plus .5mg adex/wk. Will the nolva affect anything else that I need to be aware of?

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    You might experience some sides from Novla, I never have other than some out of range cholesterol numbers but it was barely ...
  2. Post A Exercise Related Question.

    by , 06-01-2008 at 07:13 PM
    If you have an exercise physiology question whether it ranges from training to diet. Post it here, I love reading and helping those with anything based on human body.

    Disclaimer: I will not answer questions on the use of AAS.

    Note if I do not get back to you in a timely manner on the blog, please post in my Q&A thread or PM me.

    Updated 03-23-2009 at 04:54 PM by MuscleScience

  3. Neurons

    by , 05-29-2008 at 08:07 PM
    A few Key points about neuro anatomy that may support the CNS burnout theory (Central Fatigue)

    1. Neurons do not store their own glycogen. Their support cells know as glial cells store glycogen and directly shuttle sugars to the neurons.

    2. There are about 4-10 times as many glial cells as there are neurons in the brain. Neurons are so highly specialized that they have lost the ability to maintain themselves.

    3. Neurons at any one time have about 10 times ...

    Updated 04-04-2009 at 12:23 AM by MuscleScience

  4. Lactic Acid, Fact and Fiction

    by , 05-08-2008 at 10:40 PM
    Lactic acid seems to be one of the most misunderstood topics involved with exercise. I will attempt to separate fact from fiction.

    Fiction: Lactic acid builds up in the muscles and other tissues

    Fact: Lactic acid is toxic to cellular processes it is shuttled out of muscle cells almost as soon as it is produced. Once it hits the blood it is buffered by the blood because of the bicarbonate buffers in the blood. This compound is then called lactate.

    Updated 06-03-2008 at 04:26 PM by MuscleScience

  5. Free Radicals

    by , 04-28-2008 at 10:13 PM
    You see a lot about anti-oxidants and how you should eat fruits and veggies and take vitamins to get your anti-oxidants. But what exactly does that mean, what do they do. I hope to help those who are confused about what all they hype about its is.

    The body creates free radicals as part of its normal metabolism.

    The body uses oxygen in many reactions of normal metabolism. Oxygen is actually a toxic substance. As part of normal metabolism free radicals are generated ...

    Updated 04-04-2009 at 12:21 AM by MuscleScience

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