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Old 10-23-2013, 02:22 PM   #2
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As I always say...there might be no such thing as overtraining, but that doesn't mean we need to train like fools in the gym to acquire reasonable results.

Just because the body can expand to 1,000 pounds plus doesn't mean everyone should do it.

The "no overtraining = you should push training so much harder" mantra is poor logic.

Steroids improve creatine phosphate synthesis, which can allow a trainee to lift longer, stronger and with more energy. This can be beneficial when attempting to re-open sensitized muscle tissue receptors. There is more value in "pushing" things to insane levels for non-naturals. Whether this is needed is up for debate, and dependent on the chems, experience and responsiveness of the drug user.
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