Novice steroid user

Once I've corrected the basic restriction of the coccyx in the A-P and lateral-to-medial directions, I can assess and correct two other potential lesions. The first type is a tender spot anywhere on the anterior surface of the coccyx or sacrum, wherever I can reach. If I find a tender spot, which will feel stiffer, I again use ELF, more as a myofascial release, to release the tension in the fascia on the anterior surface of the sacrum. The second possible correction is for myofascial tensions at the origin of the piriformis. The piriformis originates from the lower anterior surface of the lateral aspect of the sacrum. It is usually within reach. I find the tender spots within this, and use ELF as a myofascial release. I only want to make this invasive correction once, so I try to correct every dysfunction I find on the anterior surface of the coccyx and sacrum.

Alright so i will take 1 pill of d-bal and 1 pill of testo max both daily even on non-workout think it is better to cycle only 4 weeks since it will be the first cycle and my body needs to adapt to those pills. i will stay 4 weeks “on” and then weeks “off” so that way i can keep the side effects to a minimum(d-bal). if i got good results going up on weight scale, putting on some serious muscle mass along with a healthy diet and intense workouts i will be ready to go for the cutting stack so lets see if those suplements are the real deal if they are i will be a costumer for life!i will let you know when im ready to order,thanks again!

When concluding a cycle, some steroid users also follow a practice of first slowly reducing their dosages (tapering). This tapering may proceed for a 3-4 week period, and will involve an even stepping down of the dose each week until the point of drug discontinuance. It is unknown, however, if such tapering offers any tangible value. This practice has never been evaluated in a clinical setting, and is not widely recommended with steroid medications as it is with some other drugs such as thyroid hormones or antidepressants. Virtually every high-dose AAS administration study can also be found to end at the maximum dosage, with no time allotted to tapering. One flaw in the logic of using a tapering program is that they are ostensibly designed to aid hormone recovery. Recovery is not possible, however, while supraphysiological levels of androgens are present, and such levels are usually found during all weeks of a normal (nonmedical) steroid taper. Individuals remain cautioned that dosage tapering is not a proven way to reduce post- cycle muscle catabolism.

Novice steroid user

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