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Realgains
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21/10/2019 5:50 pm  

You can cut them bro....they don't have to be perfect since Arimidex doesn't have a short half life. It has a half life of about three days. That means in three days half of the dose clears.

RG


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KingMassimo
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21/10/2019 6:12 pm  

Some labs supply it in liquid form for oral consumption. Very precise doses this way.


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madtrack
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21/10/2019 6:35 pm  

EPO not great for 400m-1500m free as swimming endurance/ sprint events are more anaerobic; could help in long distance events.M/track


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KingMassimo
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21/10/2019 7:04 pm  

I'd argue that he would benefit immensely from E. Narko says he mainly does the 1500m, which at around 15mins will depend highly on lactate threshold. As RG said earlier, VO2MAX is a significant variable in the 400m, because it lasts about 4 mins. As we know, EPO increases both of these. Also, swim meets include several races...his recovery between events will be much improved. I'd say it would also be of benefit in the anaerobic events, mainly in training where short interval sessions would be of higher quality. Again, better recovery would lead to improvements in these events. I know a 400m track runner who made huge gains during his E cycle.


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madtrack
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21/10/2019 7:21 pm  

AIS(Australian institute of sport) regarded E as a NON PED for swimming ,after various tests on olympic class swimmers(it is obviously still an illegal supp.)M/track


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Zircon
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21/10/2019 7:48 pm  

you basicalyl sayin AIS said itr doesnt work for swimmers???


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madtrack
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21/10/2019 8:07 pm  
Posted by: madtrack
AIS(Australian institute of sport) regarded E as a NON PED for swimming ,after various tests on olympic class swimmers(it is obviously still an illegal supp.)M/track

That is what they said when Thorpedo had a high test /epi ratio.They seem to be much more worried about anabolics.M/track


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20yearsRacing
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21/10/2019 8:28 pm  

That might be more political than scientific.


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tackle
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21/10/2019 8:49 pm  

I agree that it might be a political statement. As I am sure E would increase performance in swimming the same as cycling and running.

I maybe able to provide evidence in a month or so.

also 100m runners use E as well as stated in Balco scandal


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Narko
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21/10/2019 9:19 pm  

I can't see how a higher VO2max wouldn't make someone go faster. Perhaps in the shorter events like 50 and 100 m, but certainly in the longer events I see the benefits!


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madtrack
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23/10/2019 7:43 am  

The AIS is actually on the side of atheletes and condones use of PE supps, as long as they are legal --colostrum---sodium bicarb--.In fact they research supps which can be used and and after testing, use them on their atheletes; they are cutting edge.So it could be political --olympic versus AIS.M/track


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