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  • in reply to: Creatine for a 14yr old #399465
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    Thank for the input appreciate it more then you knowπŸ’ͺ

    in reply to: Shirts nobody sells 4xls #380571
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    Thanks totally forgot about TBJP.

    in reply to: Partial distal bicep tear Q #355214
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    Thank you brother that helps a lot. When I see my primary I will schedule an MRI and go from here. I will keep you updated.

    in reply to: Banded JM Smith Press #151086
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    πŸ‘

    in reply to: Diet Planner changes question or maybe suggestion #122821
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    in reply to: Chasing reps #122119
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    Thanks for the reply, I’ll definitely make sure I earn that progression with your adviceπŸ‘

    in reply to: Delt setup vid and band questions #117950
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    Definitely helpsπŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Š

    in reply to: Quest Protein chips question #117102
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    Makes perfect sense. As always I appreciate the feedback πŸ‘Š

    in reply to: Barometric pressure drops and old injuries question #109775
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    in reply to: Custom workout request #100812
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    Umm yea I’m a dork lol.. I couldn’t wait and checked by adding pump workout and there they all are. Man I’m a goof.. But I did however make my own custom versions of them to add into the week lol. So yea.. Now that we have that out of the way.. If in the future we could have the ability to make a custom superset or giant set.. That’d be cool as a polar bears toenails

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    in reply to: Custom workout request #100802
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    Yea it was definitely the ability to be able to make giant sets or super sets and add the workouts to them for convenience instead of having to log each one hit finish and repeat however many times. But as to my other question. I’ll have to touch back on it after tomorrows workout and see what I can add. I honestly didn’t think of adding something pump work like the Shotgun. It’s was merely seeing the work out and making a custom one and had the thought of oh I can’t just add that as a custom workout. So I’ll get back to you on that. Thanks for the reply.

    another post to clarify.

    in reply to: This is what pre-workout should be like #84602
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    Thanks brother and I appreciate the reply from you and Bryce. The best part of all this is how well Bryce and you explain everything and take personal time out to reply to each of us. That means the world to a lot of us out here trying to be the best us. I’m sure I’ll have more questions in the future. πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Š

    in reply to: This is what pre-workout should be like #84315
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    Quick question, I have the Acetyl L-Carnitine for my pre. Would there be any benefits of taking Acetyl L-Carnitine and L-Carnitine together or would that be over kill?

    I couldn’t really find any strong answers on it. The best answer I could find was that L-Carnitine would be better taken post workout than pre workout. Thoughts.

    in reply to: This is what pre-workout should be like #84173
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    Man love your post. Why the L-carnitine? Have you tried meditation? In which video do they suggest β€œthe edge effect”?

    The L-Carnitine was part of the pre workout drink in the “pre-workout” video in the guidance section. From what I’ve read on Examine.com L-Carnitine shows to help with depression, muscle endurance, fatigue and a lot of other things. The book
    was suggested by Bryce and is relatively cheap on Amazon for $11.00 As to the meditation, I have a very solitary job where I’m able to destress for hours on end and have done some meditating at times. The reason I went and tried this pre instead of the typical store or online pre-workout was that I pretty much was abusing it. I needed to start thinking about my health over getting a massive energy boost from high stim pre-workout. When I leave the gym I’m more at peace with myself and more focused when I’m in the gym. My sets got better, my reps got cleaner and I just feel like it was something that made me less dependent on being jacked up and lifting all the heavy things to focus on what I am there to do and that’s make a better me.

    in reply to: Noopept dosage questions #79613
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    Thanks for the information. Took your advice and ordered the book “The edge effect” and will also do a week update on how taking these supps helped or didn’t help.

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