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Old 01-31-2012, 11:35 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post
If I can play devil's advocate for a moment...

If you continue to take supplements to stimulate your CNS, would your ability to lift without them decrease? Would you begin to become reliant on them to perform at your best? If so, are you retarding your own development by taking them on a consistent long-term basis?

Thats why you cycle them if you use them a lot, or just use them as needed. Yes you can adapt a tolerance to them. Thus the stim junkies.

I very my amounts and don't take them on off days (cardio only days) and haven't build a tolerance yet.

Comes back to common sence.
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