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How Anabolic is HGH Really?

October 5th, 2007 · No Comments

It is not actually! This is what makes this stuff more and more popular each days. Even with endurance athletes, which were strictly observed about anabolics nothing was found. So you can basically run marathons and take this stuff, and still build some muscle.

Although GH can easily produce very nice, high quality weight and muscle gains, it’s a very poor compound for inducing strength gains. That’s very counterintuitive, and certainly many strength athletes have experienced great results in both strength as well as muscle size and fatloss from GH. Generally, many studies have focused on GH vs. GH and exercise, and without the exercise LBM increases but not usually maximum voluntary strength output. It should also be noted that most athletes utilizing GH are using it in a “cocktail” with (at least) anabolic steroids, and usually with IGF, thyroid meds, and other goodies such as an Aromatase Inhibitor.

Most people who are taking the plunge into GH use have reached a dead end with their use of anabolics, and need to push through that wall. The most synergistic combination of using GH is along with Anabolic Steroids, IGF, insulin and T3 (* usually synthroid, a thyroid medication). The reason is that when these hormones are used correctly together, they’ll produce a large amount of synergy…the insulin is able to shuttle nutrients into your muscle, the thyroid hormone increases your fat-burning capability, the IGF will cause muscle growth as well as helping to grow new cartilage (thus preventing injury), and the anabolic steroids like testosterone, specifically (in addition to being anabolic) can increase IGF-1, in muscle tissue, and maybe even increase your body’s ability to use it.

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