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2008/05/19 20:48:39 (permalink)
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gear on non training days

I go to the gym all week apart from Thursday which i take as my rest day, also have the weekends as rests days. Should I stop taking the gear on rest days? or should i continue. Cheers guys
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    dirtyvest
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    RE: gear on non training days 2008/05/19 20:50:18 (permalink)
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    Continue, it maintains stable blood levels

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    RE: gear on non training days 2008/05/19 20:50:56 (permalink)
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    !!!!

    What gear are you taking ?

    From what you posted it sounds like you need to do some research in all honesty bud.

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    RE: gear on non training days 2008/05/19 20:52:35 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: bobbydee

    I go to the gym all week apart from Thursday which i take as my rest day, also have the weekends as rests days. Should I stop taking the gear on rest days? or should i continue. Cheers guys


    Dont worry about your rest days just use the gear every set amount of days i.e every six days, if it falls on a rest day so be it, stability and evenly spread is key.
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    RE: gear on non training days 2008/05/19 21:11:58 (permalink)
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    What gear are you taking ?

    From what you posted it sounds like you need to do some research in all honesty bud.


    ino m8, thats why im asking, using winny
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    RE: gear on non training days 2008/05/20 09:06:21 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: sassbs11


    ORIGINAL: bobbydee

    I go to the gym all week apart from Thursday which i take as my rest day, also have the weekends as rests days. Should I stop taking the gear on rest days? or should i continue. Cheers guys


    Dont worry about your rest days just use the gear every set amount of days i.e every six days, if it falls on a rest day so be it, stability and evenly spread is key.

    Why would you not take every day?

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    RE: gear on non training days 2008/05/20 09:25:07 (permalink)
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    Shots can be done once PW orals ED.What are you on.
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    RE: gear on non training days 2008/05/20 12:15:38 (permalink)
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    Why would you not take every day?


    Dont know just wanted to know if theres any point in taking on non training days??????


    anyways, questioned answered, thanks for the info guys...
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    RE: gear on non training days 2008/05/20 13:10:30 (permalink)
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    yes mate, keep taking your winny everyday. You need a constant/stable blood levels.

    Thanks

    Funkster
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