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  1. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    I blame the 3 monitors I am staring at plus the fact that i try to do some work in between posting
  2. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    Sorry my mistake got a bit confused. multitasking is not always a good thing.
  3. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    What zinc was good.. i mean it needs to absorb well.
  4. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    What kind of zinc is has the most bioavailability you said one you used did not work.
  5. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    Yea I got that one but i thought there might have been a chance this was real.. who knows
  6. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    Is this a photo shop.. or what the ..... does this guy for sports that only helps one arm and his forearm is thicker as his biceps.
  7. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    Yes its a limitation, BUT you can still improve a lot on yourself if you havent exercised before or eaten healthy. However people like us will probably only go down. I am still making some progress but I accept that it won't always be that way and that I will go down too. But that does not mean you can't be in better shape then those who don't exercise or eat healthy.
  8. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    Who knows mine might have declined too havent taken any recent tests. Did them when I was young. If you don't feel you need TRT then don't go for it, I only got rattled by your blanked remark that if people were smarter there would be no debate about this meaning its stupid to even consider it. That IMHO was an insult. There is a lot of research showing its not dangerous (if there are no underlying problems). That however does not mean everyone has to do it. Whatever yo do for exercise keep doing it, i know Ill keep doing what I like as long as I can. Probably will have to change how I train. I work a lot behind a computer, so for me doing some hard exercise relaxes me. I have seen the difference between my mom and dad one exercised the other did not. I can tell you one thing, IMHO exercise helps quality of life.
  9. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    To each his or her own, acutally am dropping bench for a while just doing DB presses.. beginning with incline. I am changing my program as I have been on the old one for a while and no change can mean stagnation. Anyway I won't quit squats, i recently got a lot stronger and feel that I could improve a lot more if I put my mind to it. Same as that I am going to put my mind to more pull ups with weights.
  10. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    Interesting, as I do take test for HRT its quite easy for me to try zinc for a month instead of anastazole and do a blood test. I mean the proof is of course in a blood test. I would much rather take something like zinc than anastazole.
  11. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    Not really my IQ (tested) of 134 gives me a good idea of things. I am accountant / fiscal adviser by trade and use my brain a lot. So it does not seem to be impaired. (not the average muscle monkey) To clear something up we are NOT talking here about bodybuilder doses of steroids but HRT (keeping low levels higher). That is totally different from bodybuilders injecting massive amounts of the stuff. Surely you must understand that the higher a dose of something you take the worse the side effects get. We are talking her about doses that are quite low that bring you to a natural high. That not everyone is the same, is something I have advocated for years you won't get any disagreement there. Once can process carbs good.. others can't some are suited for weight lifting others not, some are great at biking others not. We are all individuals but some things stay the same. My opinion was build by quotes from medical research, and the fact that millions and millions of people are on TRT. Do i think that injecting huge amounts of steroids in the body is dangerous... YES... do i think HRT is dangerous if there are no underlying health problems and you monitor your blood works and blood pressure.. no then I don't think its dangerous.
  12. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    Yes there is nothing more fun than gaining on the big 3 I love it.. Too bad there is not much for me to improve on. Though I could still improve (and am) on squat and dead lift, bench-press is dead. I don't do singles or anything like that I just try to go up with my sets. For me its not even the weights I am lifting, but progress and progress is most easily seen by higher numbers on the bar.
  13. Crossy, You really dropped a lot in how i viewed you.. you as a mod i viewed you as a demi god who would never break the rules. Now.. i see your just human like the rest of us prone to make mistakes. (not a big one in my book just pay up I do the same when I get caught for going to fast)
  14. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    I am not sure that zinc will help you the moment you inject testosterone. It might help naturals combat estrogen but I have never read on any bodybuilder site about zinc to combat estrogen (when juicing). Arimidex and others are used to combat estrogen, if zink could do the job it would be perfect of course. (not saying it wont work.. just never read about it for people who inject the estrogen response might be much higher)
  15. robblok

    Testosterone, steroids, etc.

    You were the one who started it by demeaning others so you don't even practice what you preach (you judged other posts foolish without you having much knowledge) . For the record in most cases testosterone is not ingested (just in case you thought it.. could also be a reference to us ingesting other chemicals that lower our test so I am not sure what you meant). You don't seem to know much about the subject more like an grandfather who is a bit opinionated but with little lack of knowledge. Don't get me wrong the decision to do TRT is not one that should be taken lightly. Blood tests and best a DR appointment should be undertaken. Own research should be done (not do it because someone says you should... find out for yourself). As for what kind of exercise is good for people of 60 and 70.. even weight lifting is good.. a bit of weight on the bones to keep them strong is good. But in the end ANY exercise they can do and keep up doing is good in my book. Too often do you see older people turn in complete vegetables. (not always caused by disease). I believe in exercise for quality of life.
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