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    Camaroguru is offline Junior Member
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    Could TB500 be right for me?

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    range between 7-12% depending on show dates
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    So Ive been BB'ing since 14 and like most of you, have been hard on my body for years. Have had shoulder surgery, tricep re-attachment and hernias patched. I compete in men's physique now but will change divisions to BB'ing when I turn 50. With that plan, I have started training legs harder (they won't be covered in board shorts lol)
    I've had shoulder pain that seems to be in the cuff area (non surgery side) and now with the ramped up leg training, pain in both knees, along with some tendon pain in the elbow. Dammit, seems like I'm falling apart!
    I had heard about TB500 and many good results on it. Could this be a good option for me?
    What are some difficulties a first time pinner may run into?
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    Try BPC157........from everything I have read it works better then TB500. I just ordered some for myself today so I can give you personal feedback in another week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MACKATTACK View Post
    Try BPC157........from everything I have read it works better then TB500. I just ordered some for myself today so I can give you personal feedback in another week.
    I don't like the idea of pinning the area; from what I have read, TB500 kind of "covers the whole body"?; no?
    I have so many small joint/tendon issues, I think that would be better for me.
    How long do guys usually run TB?

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    Zero experience but wanted to say awesome stats at 48. Well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by MACKATTACK View Post
    Try BPC157........from everything I have read it works better then TB500. I just ordered some for myself today so I can give you personal feedback in another week.
    I am in too. My shoulder on my right side kills me.
    Grass fed gelatin has helped actually now that I think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camaroguru View Post
    How long do guys usually run TB?
    I'm about your age, and yeah, many things hurt

    Normally 4-6 weeks, twice a week. If you're better at 6 weeks, some do maintenance doses of *some* amount every so often, but I've never done that. I wouldn't say it's a miracle cure for anything, but in conjunction with smart training, it helped me.... But it's an expensive fix.

    Best of luck with your future plans!
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    Times Roman did a pretty good write up on this board about his experience with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camaroguru View Post
    I don't like the idea of pinning the area; from what I have read, TB500 kind of "covers the whole body"?; no? Yes, that's correct. The half life is long enough for the compound to circulate throughout the body.
    I have so many small joint/tendon issues, I think that would be better for me.
    How long do guys usually run TB?
    I just got my major breakdown with a bicep tenton tear RiiiiiP! LOL

    I'm running TB500 and HGH at the same time. Honestly, I don't know which one works better but together, they work great.

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