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Muscle Memory AAS gains

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2007/06/09 20:04:56 (permalink)

Muscle Memory AAS gains

Hi,

I am at my natural plateau after gradually working my way down after not doing any juice for 12 months but still training. I am about to start another course and wonder if the principal of "muscle memory" still applies after you pass your natural plateau.

In essence, will i make quicker lean gains this time as i have been there before??

Any thoughts.

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    mick_the_brick
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    RE: Muscle Memory AAS gains 2007/06/09 20:08:26 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Ghost

    Hi,

    I am at my natural plateau after gradually working my way down after not doing any juice for 12 months but still training. I am about to start another course and wonder if the principal of "muscle memory" still applies after you pass your natural plateau.

    In essence, will i make quicker lean gains this time as i have been there before??

    Any thoughts.

    Ghost



    Sure does mate IMO...

    get ready to grow
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    khany
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    RE: Muscle Memory AAS gains 2007/06/10 15:28:21 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Ghost

    Hi,

    I am at my natural plateau after gradually working my way down after not doing any juice for 12 months but still training. I am about to start another course and wonder if the principal of "muscle memory" still applies after you pass your natural plateau.

    In essence, will i make quicker lean gains this time as i have been there before??

    Any thoughts.

    Ghost



    long time no see mate

    how did you get on with that ROHM labs stuff ?
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    POWERHOUSE585
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    RE: Muscle Memory AAS gains 2007/06/10 15:30:47 (permalink)
    muscle memory is a great thing
    if uve had it,it will always come back,and most of the time even better and bigger
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    a15x
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    RE: Muscle Memory AAS gains 2007/06/10 16:21:30 (permalink)
    muscle memory is a magnificent thing, i did a similar thing to yourself by having 10 months off the gear. when i hit my first cycle back of sus and ganabol the gains were just as good if not better than my first ever cycle, i am nearing the end of the cycle and feeling stronger than ever.

    a foolish man learns from his mistakes, a wise man learns from others
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    Ghost
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    RE: Muscle Memory AAS gains 2007/06/10 20:28:44 (permalink)
    Khany mate, glad to see your still around, how you been ?? better than your team i hope :). I have been having some time off as mentioned. But i am back now for summer top off vanity!!! aahh yeah!!

    I will be starting in very early july so just making preperations now.

    This muscle memory sounds great. Does anyone know anymore information on it such as how it works and stats etc.


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    RE: Muscle Memory AAS gains 2007/06/16 02:46:07 (permalink)
    I dont think there is any real diffinative figures for this mate it all depends on the individual.

    I think the best way for you to look at this would be that your gains should defo come quicker and maybe surpass your previous plateau, assuming diet and rest must be spot on too!!
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