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  • ecoexplorer   •   Thu, Nov 8th, '18 12:31   •   14 replies, 230 views

Im a 49 y/o looking to increase muscle mass and lower fat%. Im totally clueless on how to achieve this.
HGH, Test, ? Please help? what is the best bang for the buck? thank you all for your help...

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  • basskiller89's picture
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  • basskiller89
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Testosterone brother, plain and simple, with an ai

Our brothers below are correct, you need to dial in on the training and nutrition

I'm here if you need to talk, send me a PM, head up brother it's a long term process

There is supposed to be some fitness special on the news tonight around 9pm I think!!

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  • helloBrooklyn
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Hop on a proven novice LP and get your diet sorted?

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First - I would consider training. Cardio and resistance. Do that for a couple of years and then come back and ask this question. There are no shortcuts - get your arse into a gym - eat right and train hard. 49yo and you post this?

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  • dextetherdog
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Well, I would start with:

  • Protein
  • Carbs
  • Fats

And the balance between these

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  • PEZ
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Well, you have about a year ahead of you in research before you make any moves. Time to start reading.

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  • mlr2199
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Chicken usually does the thrick. Hope you don’t fuck your self up. Be careful or you will start a forum on why you can’t get your dick up or what size bra you should get. Please research as much as possible. Oh and never try to cut cost

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  • zeusmarada
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You may be a troll, you may not, but I'm gonna respond to you anyways in case other men read this thread.

The best way to lose body fat and gain muscle is the old fashioned proven methods of diet, exercise, eliminating mental stress and lots of mental and physical rest.

Let's start with losing body fat. The key concept here is simple: EAT LESS. That's it. You can do all the cardio you want, or take whatever chemicals that tickle your fancy, but nothing beats old fashioned "eat less." Vegan, carnivore, paleo, keto, whatever path you experiment with, it's all about eating less calories in general.

Let's move onto building muscle. Again, it's a simple concept. LIFT MORE. More sets. More reps. More weight. You can split your workouts anyway you want, lift dumbbells or kettle bells, do just body weight exercises, whatever. You simply gotta lift more than you did last week. Rinse, lather, repeat, week in and week out.

We here at eroids will always advocate: BUILD A BASE. Lift as natural as you can for as long as you can. If you jump right into using chemicals to build your base for you, you're at a much higher risk of a lot of bad shit happening. Your tendons don't develop as quickly as your skeletal muscle will, and anyone who's been injured can summarize the experience with a simple statement: Being injured sucks.

For anyone reading this looking for the quick fix, I'm sad to report that there's no such thing. Yes, you can speed up your timeframe to reach your goal(s) with hyper focus & determination, but the only way to a long lasting healthy body is to go at it slow and steady, day in and day out. It works, and if you can make the mental shift in your world to be disciplined with diet & exercise, then that change becomes much more permanent than if you simply lean on chemicals. They won't do the work for you. If used properly, they can help, but not if you don't help yourself first.

Welcome to eroids. If you're truly wanting to be a better version of yourself regarding your strength and health, then this place will aid you in that quest. I'm happy to help you in any way I can. Good luck, and lift smart. -ZeusM

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Great reply - I just cut to the chase.

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  • Slowly
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Dude, you're running too fast.

Read the forums and you'll find the answers.

Introduce yourself before asking for advice.

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(Forum),(General),(over 40 TRT)

Geesh for your first day on the site it seems like you're finding your way around pretty well... almost like you've been on here before.

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Nothing is better then having your diet on point. Then have a great workout map out. How are those looking cuz all the gear in the world means nothing with out those.

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  • juiceball8082
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Best bang is to see a doctor and see what blood work is looking like.

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  • Goose24
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"what is the best bang for the buck?"

Here ya go best bang for the buck just like you asked

https://www.eroids.com/search

"Thank you for all your help"

No problem, is there anything else we can help with?

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  • Fangsharp
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1-Take some time first and read the rules of the site
2-search function for research...all the answers are here in one form or another
3-Welcome and enjoy the site