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Clenbuterol question

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2007/06/07 23:46:52 (permalink)

Clenbuterol question

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im going to be going on a cutting diet soon, and ive been sorting everything out with it but ive come across clenbuterol and thought about using it, ive read quite alot of articles on it and ive found some saying it has catabolic effects so that in the long run you will actually lose muscle? is this true? what are peoples views on it, and btw i have read the whole sticky etc.
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    RE: Clenbuterol question 2007/06/08 05:37:18 (permalink)
    It is anabolic for the first 10 days after this it is no longer anobolic but does still
    burn fat.
    you need to cycle it on and off or take ketotifen b4 bedthis keeps your receptors open
    and you can stay on clen longer at a lower dose.
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    RE: Clenbuterol question 2007/06/08 09:00:01 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: scorch

    It is anabolic for the first 10 days after this it is no longer anobolic but does still
    burn fat.
    you need to cycle it on and off or take ketotifen b4 bedthis keeps your receptors open
    and you can stay on clen longer at a lower dose.


    what are you basing that on???

    clen is not anabolic at all, it is anti catabolic but does not build muscle.
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    RE: Clenbuterol question 2007/06/08 10:49:12 (permalink)
    what im worried about is ive read alot of similar things like this on clen:

    "Along with the reversing of the effects of insulin (and inhibiting the action of insulin) which results in a release of glycogen back into the blood stream as glucose and an inability to store or use more glycogen, it will increase the rate of protein and fat being burned in the body. For bodybuilders that appears to be the primary use of the drug. This thermogenisis and an increase in the rate of fat being burned usually has as a result that the metabolic rate of the subject its much higher and he burns more calories. This in turn results in loss of adipose tissue (the shedding of fat in other words) revealing a leaner physique with cuts and striations. The downside to this effect is that there is a concomitant rise in the rate of protein being burned. Where fat is robbed from the fatty tissue in the body, protein is generally robbed from the muscle. As with all catabolic hormones, in time muscle loss can and will occur. Which is why many opt to use this compound during a cycle of anabolic steroids that will help preserve the lean body mass while reducing the fat. "


    im going to be doing cardio etc in the morning before i eat, and i dont really want to risk losing muscle mass that ive spent alot of time building up on.
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    RE: Clenbuterol question 2007/06/08 11:10:21 (permalink)
    I think the author of that piece is placing rather a lot of emphasis on what Clen is actually capable of!

     
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