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    lgd4033 3 weeks in.

    i bought some lgd a while back and finally decided to try it with low expectations. 3 weeks in and i have noticed a bit more aggression and somehow put on 6-7 lbs. is this just a coincidence or dose this stuff really work?

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    Well, 6-7 lbs is not going to be muscle, some combination of bloat/water retention, fat, and muscle tissue.

    What did your nutrition look like 3 weeks ago? 6 weeks ago? Current week? Increase or Decrease in cardio?

    In my opinion, SARMs are just the evolution from Prohormones/Designer Steroids since you can put a disclaimer on the label of "for research purposes / not for human consumption." and avoid some legal loopholes to make sales a lot easier. Some even cause shutdown just like Prohormones did. I don't buy into any of the marketing hype and feel they are a waste of money and a detriment to health - honestly I feel steroids are safer; more concrete information, better expectations, and very easy to manage side effects provided the proper education. Plus, gear is typically on par or cheaper than SARMs depending on location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    Well, 6-7 lbs is not going to be muscle, some combination of bloat/water retention, fat, and muscle tissue.

    What did your nutrition look like 3 weeks ago? 6 weeks ago? Current week? Increase or Decrease in cardio?

    In my opinion, SARMs are just the evolution from Prohormones/Designer Steroids since you can put a disclaimer on the label of "for research purposes / not for human consumption." and avoid some legal loopholes to make sales a lot easier. Some even cause shutdown just like Prohormones did. I don't buy into any of the marketing hype and feel they are a waste of money and a detriment to health - honestly I feel steroids are safer; more concrete information, better expectations, and very easy to manage side effects provided the proper education. Plus, gear is typically on par or cheaper than SARMs depending on location.
    diet and workout has been the same for the last coupe months maybe a few extra cals but nothing to cause that much of a gain. i had it so id give it a try.

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    I would follow up with some bloodwork afterwards to be on the safe side.

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