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  • Using slin with GH on precontest cycle?

    Just wondering what other members views are on using slin with GH as part of a pre contest cycle.

    I will commence contest prep 31 May and it will be my first time using GH. I have nearly every aspect of my cycle worked out, the one thing I am (as yet) unsure of, is whether to use slin with the cycle to optimise the effect of the GH.

    Most people agree that GH does its work best in a high androgen, low estrogen environment with a little extra T3 and slin to produce an optimal anabolic growth state.

    My question is whether the use of slin is wise given the need to achieve contest condition.

    I am sure there are lots of pros and cons both ways but Im interested in real world experience.

    Anyone prepared to share their experiences?

    many thanks

    MA92
    "Beneath all suffering.........lies the beauty of opportunity"




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    Re: Using slin with GH on precontest cycle?

    Originally posted by MrAust92


    Anyone prepared to share their experiences?

    many thanks

    MA92
    For you? Sure, bro!

    Slin postworkout will not interfere, negatively, with your conditioning. I have used slin postworkout and even prefer humulin R over log and it still hasn't interfered with my or any of my client's prep in a negative way, either. Now, when the carbs get VERY low, I tend to switch from doing slin postworkout to only on high carb days. Either way, slin is an assett in your prep if you use it appropriately.

    I would recommend using it postworkout but not at any other time of the day unless it is a high carb day. It would seem obvious (to the both of us, probably) that the timing is the difference as to whether it would negatively affect your prep or not.

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      Skip

      Thanks for the advice, very much appreciated

      MA92
      "Beneath all suffering.........lies the beauty of opportunity"



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