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guijr
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I really believe that hormone replacement (testostrone, hGH, nandrolone, etc.) can help with several illnesses, but correct diagnosis, precise prescription and constant monitoring are mandatory in order to optimize treatment and avoid sides.

But I also believe that optimal treatment includes exercise training (resistance and cardio training, and stretching) and healthy and nutritious eating (low carbing [specially simple carbs], low salt, low bad fats) and stress control.

"The medals don't mean anything and the glory doesn't last. It's all about your happiness. The rewards are going to come, but my happiness is just loving the sport and having fun performing" ~ Jackie Joyner Kersee.


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liftsiron
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Posted by: firepower
I'd have a thorough check-up with your Dr. first before doing anything. I found out recently I have a low thyroid out-put. I've been living with aches and pains and mild chronic depression for years and just attributed to "getting old." (I'm 49)
Within just a couple of days of starting therapy, it was all gone. There's so many things that can screw up that I would make sure there's no underlying medical problems and then start with the basics.

Very good post.

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trip
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Posted by: HitMeBack
Can hormone replacement eliminate the aches and pains making a 35 yr old feel 25 again?

maybe , maybe not

everyone reacts differently, you might feel worse, not ache and pain wise, yet, mentally

almost assuredly working out and eating right and you will feel a decade younger

imagine a camp fire, you could throw some test logs on it and get a nice little bon fire going, how long would it last what would it feel like

or you can feed your camp fire fuel every 3 hours six meals a day over time and what do you get, a bed of hot burning coals that grows more powerful over time that provides constant warmth and health

body can only do based on what it's given, you give it better stuff to work with you get better results


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Race Bannon
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Posted by: jboldman
trip hit that nail on the head trip. so many folks say, wow you are lucky to be able to look like that at your age. Ah, hello! I work my ass off in order to look and feel like this.

jb

True!!!

Funny in my gym, the guys that train the hardest, and have the best physiques are all older (at least 28yrs old), and been training for 10, 20, 30yrs.


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Jimmykick
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Let's assume all bloodwork and physicals come back normal. I think he is at an age where he could benefit from HGH and Test. Just my opinion. I am 39 and I feel and look like I'm 30. I was falling apart two years ago.

You don't stop working out because you grow old. You grow old because you stop working out.


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