This is a discussion on Over 40 prohormone use and discussion within the Prohormone Forum forums, part of the Supplements Discussion category; Originally Posted by ex-tightend83 I highly doubt you have anything to worry about, yo. And that's a very high compliment! ...
I ran across this thread and I'm thinking this is the place to ask for guidance. I'm Active Duty Army, came back in after a 15 year break in service. Love the job, the best people I've ever worked with wear this uniform and I'm in it for the long haul. I'm 47, no injuries, issues, or physical profiles. I'm 5' 11", a lean hard-gainer at 165 lbs, and cholesterol is like a guy in his late 20's and I do PT with the twenty-somethings, not the guys that look like they've been product testers at a frickin' Twinkie factory for the past 20 years.
I've been researching prohormones, serms, etc. for a while now but my issue is knowing whether or not all the sources I've found are reliable. What caught my eye with this thread is that it was started by senior members my age that began the thread with only discussion and not pushing some frickin' alien biotech super-soldier serum. As a result, I feel that you guys are a credible source of good information. Given the vast amount of misinformation out there, about all I've learned is that ignorance is dangerous when it comes to these type of supplements.
I've started a work-out program, (I'm on an Army post so I have all the gym equipment I could ever need at my disposal for free), and now I want to come up with a supplement plan to help me gain size and strength. Prohormones such as Ultradrol have caught my eye as well as serms. Unfortunately, I don't know enough to know what questions to ask or what I'm allowed to ask on this forum. So, if any of you fellas have the time or patience to steer me in the right direction, I would sincerely appreciate your help.
55 and still fucking dangerous.
I'd say focus on your diet. No chemical will replace a solid eating plan. As a fellow lean guy, I learned the importance of eating as hard as I train. Consistant eating is criticial in my opinion. And it's not easy.
Keep track what you eat. Figure out how many calories you are eating. You may think your eating enough but if you log your diet and do the math, you may be surprised. And eating properly for a week or a month isn't enough. Long term consistancy is key.
Last edited by gp1963; 06-27-2012 at 05:52 AM.
K dudes, I have an idea. Not sure if it's a dumb one or not lol. Is bridging as simple as just ending one compound and immediately starting up another? Any changes needed in support supps, as far as increases maybe? I'm almost tempted to kill Ultra at the end of week 3 and pop open this bottle of SD for 4 weeks. Would make 7 weeks total of continuous run. Yes, no, maybe, fuck no??
Stano seems to be the go to for lethargy and you can go with some type of stim if you can tolerate it. maybe eca a couple of times a day. That would probably burn some fat too, if you want that.
How bout libido?? My girl will kill me if my shit doesn't work lol