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    Default AAS+Slin+Intermittent Fasting Theory

    Ok, as of 2 weeks I have been administering this theory and it is so far more than theory. Ok, for people who know Slin. Your body can do more with what you give it with Slin, right.....right. The theory I'm implementing looks like this. Fast acting slin pre workout, a little less than 10g carb (salted)per iu pre workout, not much though. With 90g protein hydroxalate. Working out, while sipping 20g BCAA's intra sets. Post Workout same kind of protein shake. That encompasses my 2.5hr to 3hr eating window. Additional things I'm using is T3, only dose up as need but haven't had to, currently at 25mg. Also an Andro mix(Tren A, Mast P, Test P 100MG ea) EOD. When I first started this is was at 250lb at 15% BF by DEXA scan. After the first week got tested again, 249lbs at 11% BF. This is my first implementation of insulin, and I have tapered to find my carb to iu range and have never felt what hypo feels like, as a precautionary measure I had my girlfriend with me to keep an eye while I lift with glucose tabs ready with a sweet drink even though it never came to that. Now the intermittent fasting comes into play, when you lift your body breaks down muscle with insulin readily active in your body your not going to go catabolic, I've timed it to where when insulin is active in my body is when my calorie consumption window is open. When your body is at rest, and it needs energy it's go to is fat, with the Andromix being another muscle conservation agent. So far I have been able to reduce my body fat, and bring my lifts closer to where I once was when I was fat at 22% to 24% BF around 280lbs.

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    Your T3 dosage is not accomplishing anything. That is what your body naturally produces.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonuop View Post
    Your T3 dosage is not accomplishing anything. That is what your body naturally produces.


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    Since I am a a very low caloric intake, especially for my size. Natural t3 is lowered to compensate, that's why I use it. Initially I didn't, I started when my fat lost slowed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmassive101 View Post
    Since I am a a very low caloric intake, especially for my size. Natural t3 is lowered to compensate, that's why I use it. Initially I didn't, I started when my fat lost slowed.

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    What do you consider low caloric intake? How much below TDEE?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonuop View Post
    What do you consider low caloric intake? How much below TDEE?


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    Ok, I'm 249 at 11%. I'm consuming around 1300 calories. I have been for 2 weeks, fat loss is consistent. Lifts increase every visit to the gym.

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