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liftsiron
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20/11/2018 6:31 am  

I used to advocate l-glutimine before I knew better. But I never noticed any reduction in pain nor did I experience what I would precieve as faster recovery.

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20/11/2018 7:18 am  
Posted by: liftsiron
I used to advocate l-glutimine before I knew better. But I never noticed any reduction in pain nor did I experience what I would precieve as faster recovery.

Same here (for all points).

I did not fully get into the anti-inflammatoiry properties of glutamine, because other studies interested me more.

But what i found intersting was that recovery and decreased muscle soreness do not necessarily have to combine.

Does glutamine prevent muscle soreness? Maybe i will get into it. Maybe it's not the prostaglandins or bradykinins, but another mechanism.
Maybe it's just placebo afterall.

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Seabiscuit Hogg
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20/11/2018 11:27 am  
Posted by: pSimonkey
maybe we could start a well researched study/rumour that chocolate increases muscle size and definition

I could never trick myself into believing it. My wife would be built like Dorian Yates if it were true.

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pSimonkey
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20/11/2018 12:24 pm  
Posted by: Seabiscuit Hogg
I could never trick myself into believing it. My wife would be built like Dorian Yates if it were true.

What about some choc drops as a pre-work out sublingual by melting chocolate and adding some oxandrolone and CEE. It's got to be a winner !?!!


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Big Cat
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20/11/2018 12:59 pm  

It takes more than chocolate to make steroids taste good

Good things come to those who weight.

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BigWilly
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20/11/2018 1:44 pm  

does this apply to glutamine peptides (i.e. Gplenish) ?


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pa-muscle
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20/11/2018 2:18 pm  

This destroys everything I thought I knew about L-Gllutamine.....Shit!.....

Peace Out!


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20/11/2018 2:54 pm  
Posted by: beefypecs
I wish it did because I love chocolate

ME TOO specially Belgium Dark Chocolate....yummiiiiiii

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ridewya
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20/11/2018 3:47 pm  
Posted by: liftsiron
I used to advocate l-glutimine before I knew better. But I never noticed any reduction in pain nor did I experience what I would precieve as faster recovery.

same here....it does NOTHING for me at all I took 20 grams a day...and NOTHING

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