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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/14 15:18:10 (permalink)
Typical day's diet: 
0730 Breakfast, 4 x weetabix in skimmed milk, 2 x boiled eggs, 1.5 scoops milk protein concentrate in water1000 CNP protein flapjack
1230 Chicken breast in granary bread with salad, herbs or spices, and a little mayo
1500 Tuna salad sandwich in granary
1730/1800 Evening meal, approx 200g either meat or fish with 3 x veg and pasta/rice/potatoes2030 Post training snack sultana bran with skimmed milk & 1 scoop whey in water2200 2 scoops milk protein in water
I tend to snack on some mixed nuts or pumpkin seeds in the day, and have a banana here and there. I do like a treat at least once a week, my weaknesses are puddings and cakes so I tend to have a decent cake once in the week mid morning with a large mug of good black coffee, and a pudding with either my Saturday dinner or Sunday lunch/dinner (big fan of stodgy puddings with custard). I'm also known to have a large pizza to myself here and there, although I tend now to do that on a Saturday if I do at all as my body needs plenty of carbs following rugby anyway.
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post edited by Celt - 2008/09/14 15:42:00
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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/14 18:06:09 (permalink)
Dont know if this has been asked but seeings as you play rugby do you like a drink and how often do you take one?

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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/15 09:25:38 (permalink)
Hi mate. Used to love my drink, not to the extent of alcoholism but certainly enough to have a skinful (10+ pints) most Sat & Suns. That slowed down considerably in my later 20s and now I'm in my 30s I've settled to a pint of guinness after a game on a Saturday, occasionally two. I can take or leave it now and will only drink more than that maybe 5/6 times a year on big occasions. Can still handle a decent amount without getting in a mess but can't handle the days after lol.
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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/15 17:23:47 (permalink)
Ta for the detailed  reply mate.  I agree 110% about the pulsing btw
Got any more articles in the pipeline?

@ pagan: i'm another who tried epi for minor gyno. Did zero for me.  I finally got rid of mine by ramming down nolva until it went- started at 200mgs and gradually came off it- blasted it away in about 6 weeks and nothing else i tried worked
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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/16 08:59:28 (permalink)
No worries mate - pulsing really is a funny one, can see the appeal for those wondering how to get a serm but not ideal protocol imo

Your gyno comment is interesting - did you ever try letro for it prior to the successful nolva use?

Would like to do another article, there are new compounds coming out all the time and as we learn more about the working of each one it's getting interesting to look at stacking them and creating more 'advanced' cycles. I need to learn a lot more yet but will definitely consider something along these lines, many people are running and asking about stacking and longer oral cycles now.
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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/16 14:08:39 (permalink)
well done on your 1000 posts

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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/16 17:37:19 (permalink)
Hi Celt, Good t have your input.

1. Pharma companies spend millions and years on testing their drugs before they can be prescribed to the general public.
What is the requirement for the designer 'steroids' you mention in your article?

2. If designer 'steroids' were made illegal and there were similar sourcing issues, would you still attempt to obtain them in preference to 'real' steroids?
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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/17 09:07:16 (permalink)
Cheers James

DeepSquatter

Hi Celt, Good t have your input.

1. Pharma companies spend millions and years on testing their drugs before they can be prescribed to the general public.
What is the requirement for the designer 'steroids' you mention in your article?

2. If designer 'steroids' were made illegal and there were similar sourcing issues, would you still attempt to obtain them in preference to 'real' steroids?


Hi DeepSquatter, good questions mate

1. There's no requirement for designer steroids in the same way that pharma (or previously available pharma) aas have for ethical testing. In the same way there is little to stop someone setting up a supp company, sourcing some raws from China perhaps and selling them in the UK market. (much like there is little to stop an underground lab setting up to produce and sell illegal aas). The 'check' on underground labs is decent sources and canny customers refusing to buy dodgy gear, in the same way the 'check' on designers is decent supp distributors refusing to deal with dodgy suppliers. In both cases stories of bad gear will get around very quickly also.

In reality, many of the designer steroids available were originally created and produced by the likes of Eli Lily and other pharma giants, many projects being killed off in the 60s and 70s for various reasons but the chemicals have now been revived by supp companies. Much testing was carried out on many of the compounds as they were considered for prescriptive use but, as they never saw approval for clinical use they were never scheduled and hence remained 'legal'. Good examples where this is true include Epistane (methylated epitiostanol) and Pheraplex (desoxymethyltestosterone, aka madol or dmt).

2) There would be some I'd still seek to obtain, pheraplex being the best example of that. As I haven't ran any illegal aas myself I can't compare compounds but going back to earlier in this thread there are people I respect on MT that say that some compounds compare very well with their illegal cousins.

I can see me moving toward trying some illegal orals over the next year or two so will be better informed by that point. Similarly I'll move on to injectables most likely once my rugby playing days are slowing down and am genuinely interested in how that will go.
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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/17 22:43:37 (permalink)
No mate, couldn't get hold of letro cheap lol..

congrats on 1000
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Re:MuscleTalk Members Interview - celt 2008/09/18 13:35:37 (permalink)
Thanks for being the interviewee this week celt - it's been an educational one

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