hi there everyone from Canada
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October 28, 2017 at 12:51 pm #2545
Hey there everyone. I have been lurking around on your forum for a little while now but now I finally decided to register and since I’m new I wanted to introduce myself (as, by the way, the first introduction here, as much as I see 🙂 )
So well, a little bit of general information about me: I’m a 5 ft 11, 21 years old guy who has been seriously lifting for approximately the last 3 years and a half, plus or minus. Obviously I have been training on and off before of that, however nothing as serious as now because I have only been very dedicated and lifting consistently for the better part of the last 3 years and a little bit.
My weight it is currently 182 lbs and you know… I can’t say at all that I am being shredded and that’s because I am only able to see my top 2 abs and that’s it. my stats are: squat 295, bench 245 and deadlift 395. I am having only a very little knowledge about HGH (and steroids by the way) and I am here, of course, because I want to learn as much as possible. I will also try to help with whatever I’m going to be able to help… in the end I just hope that I’m gonna be able to find a good source of them and to have gains out of it. any advice or any other information is welcome. Thanks for everything!October 28, 2017 at 1:00 pm #2546DavIDParticipant
Well… you know. At 21 years old I am pretty sure that you shouldn’t start taking anything, HGHs should be taken later, but not mentioning about AAS (Anabolic Androgenic Steroids). I am thinking that I myself have started way too early and that’s while I started at 25. But anyway, if you’re here to learn then you’ve come to the right place. This is one of the friendliest forum that I ever encountered so hopefully you’re going to get used here ASAP. You’re surely going to learn a lot here and hopefully you will like the place!October 28, 2017 at 1:03 pm #2548
oh well, thank you very much for. that’s good to hear to be honest, thanks a lot for your input and warm welcome 🙂October 28, 2017 at 1:13 pm #2549MarkuSParticipant
Welcome on the forum. You know, there’s nearly everyone who is going to say that at your age that it is pretty much too soon to start with these things and that’s especially when it comes to steroids! So far, the best recommendation and suggestion that comes into my mind at the moment for you is to do a lot of research, as much as you can, on these things, so on this way you could know what are both the consequences as well as the benefits of trying to make changed to your hormonal system. Then, when you’re going to be a bit older, you are going to make a ‘better’ decision. Anyhow, what part of Canada do you live in?October 30, 2017 at 11:24 am #2551ParadeNoelParticipant
hey there OP, what I can recommend you right now is to get your natural testosterone level checked out. just in case it is going to be anywhere above 600 then I would recommend you not to do it due to the fact that you will never know if it is ever going to come back this high level naturally… however, in case it is below of 400 then in my opinion you need to go and visit a doctor about maybe some trt first and after that to research, as it was suggested earlier by someone else, what are the benefits and what are the risks (consequences) of cycling with HGH and with especially steroids. But yeah… in case you have your numbers anywhere between like 400 and 600 then I just don’t know… I guess that you need to weight it up and to take a decision what do you think it’s going to be the best for you. the biggest problem here is that as soon as you’re doing it, you are not able to undo it again. wishing you all the best, hopefully you’re going to be doing well.October 30, 2017 at 11:32 am #2552
MarkuS, hello and thanks. I appreciate your words. I’m from the east coast by the way. you?
ParadeNoel hello again and thanks a lot for your words!
Your recommendations and advices are really valuable for me! there are a lot of young people who are already doing it, however I don’t want to say that this is the reason why I should do it too because, obviously, I do know that it can be really unsafe. I’m going to take your advice and look more into getting a bloodwork done and get those numbers. It is obviously be better safe than sorry, and that’s even though I have been gaining muscles at a decent pace over the last years that I’ve been seriously training. Again, thanks to you all for everything!
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