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Tuesday, January 4th, 2011
2:39 pm
Sports Supplement Digest - Preview - Issue #1

Welcome To The First Edition of the Sports Nutrition Resource Guide.  Below are various links that we've found informative and highly interesting in regards to all things sports nutrition.   Please enjoy and feel free to input any comments you may have.ISSUE #1: JAN 2011
Guys Pay Attention: Does Creatine Make You Bigger In ALL Areas?

This hormone is a metabolite of testosterone that is one factor in penis length and overall height. In fact it was found that afro-american men have more of this hormone than caucasian men, even though their testosterone levels are the same...READ MORE

Novedex XT – Review and Side Effects

There is no doubt that Novedex XT boosts testosterone, and is very effective at changing the estrogen to testosterone ratio with very minor side effects. Unfortunately studies have shown that changing this ratio does not increase muscle mass...READ MORE


The Top Muscle Builders Supplements On The Market

If you want the top Muscle Builders Supplements, you need to consider the basics of whether your diet and training are in order. You can’t grow unless you have a proper diet and exercise plan in place. I suggest downloading a free workout plan like the one here to help get...READ MORE

LG Sciences Un-Leashes HOT new Product - REZOLUTION

Dieting sucks! The worst part about a diet is the miserable cravings and bad mood that you get when you go without food. These bad moods may be caused by the denial of DOPAMINE in...READ MORE


 alt=Muscle Building Herbs: Do They Really Work?

Tribulus Aquaticus is an herbal extract sold as a muscle builder and a replacement for anabolic steroids. Users do report some benefits to the herb, but overall there is little to no data supporting it's use as a sports supplement meant to boost or act like testosterone...READ MORE


3Beta-Hydroxyandrost-5-Ene-17-One - Nature's Miracle Androgen

3beta-Hydroxyandrost-5-Ene-17-One is a androgenic hormone that is sold in the United States and in some other countries for anti-aging and overall fitness. This androgenic hormone is being used by people from 21 to their 90's as a way to increase the natural...READ MORE

Monday, December 20th, 2010
11:57 am
M-Drol Supplement Review
M-Drol is the generic name for the anabolic steroid Superdrol, which is a synthetic illegal substance that will show up on numerous drug tests and also could have the potential to do major bodily harm to people who don’t use it properly. Superdrol is characterized by the nomenclature 2a,17a di methyl etiocholan 3-one, 17b-ol which also appears on the M-Drol label. M-Drol is a straight copy of the original Superdrol product from anabolic xtreme.

Superdrol (also M-Drol) might sound like an easy way to gain fast muscle, but it is low quality muscle weight that you will lose. Many guys experience the effect of gaining 20lbs of muscle..Read More at androcycle.com
Tuesday, December 7th, 2010
2:07 pm
gastric bypass results
Gastric Bypass Results

Hey guys, check out my friend Adam. He had GBS back last year, and he lost over 100lbs. He used some supplements to tone up and tighten up some of the loose skin. He's got this amazing story actually.

Check it out here:
Adam's Story

Thanks Mondo Justin
Monday, November 29th, 2010
3:17 pm
1,4 AD is Now Illegal
Hey guys,

Just wanted to spark up some discussion on the infamous 1,4 AD.   Did you now it's illegal now?
Here take a look at my article about it.

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
2:16 pm
The Muscle Builder's Supplement

Best Muscle Builders Supplements

 Before you pick a muscle builders supplements you want to have your diet and exercise plan ready to go. Without a proper diet and exercise plan you won't be able to grow, so make sure you follow a good one.  There are many free workout plans like this one available on the internet:   FREE WORKOUT PLAN

When you choose a good diet and workout plan, then you can move on to proper muscle builders supplements for gaining mass.  There are many muscle builders supplements available on the market and you can get lost with what to choose. This should serve as a guideline for what kind of muscle builders supplements to choose.


 The most commonly used supplement that beginners start with is Creatine.  Creatine is one of the best muscle builders on the market because it can help a bodybuilder in three separate ways.  Creatine is one of the safest muscle builders supplements out there and has been studied since 1994 for safety.  Creatine builds mass by adding in an immediate water gaining or "volumization" effect to muscle. Also, creatine recharges ATP, which gives you more energy to perform. Finally, Creatine can block key enzymes that tear down muscle which will ultimately help you carry more mass.

 Amino Acids

 Amino Acids are the second part of our muscle builders supplements.  Amino Acids are not the same as straight protein from meat or even protein shakes.  Actually, a recent study has shown that ingesting and amino acid supplement before your workout will help you gain 33% more muscle each time you exercise.  The amino acid Leucine is the most important anabolic amino acid.  You need this amino acid in almost every supplement you take.  Our favorite stack that has creatine, leucine and other amino acids is found here and will give you all of the basic building blocks for muscle growth:   THE PERFECT STACK

 This stack is amazing because it gives you protein, creatine and amino acids for growth and is the best stack for the beginner who wants to put on tons of muscle while staying away from anything hormonal.

 The Next Step

 If you want to take your workout to the next level, you need to look at something stronger like an herbal testosterone booster or natural herbal androgen.  These two ingredients optimize the hormones of the natural athlete by increasing testosterone levels. 

 Testosterone boosting is going to help you increase aggression and muscle mass when in the gym.  You can boost testosterone naturally, using herbs and other supplements that boost your testosterone naturally.  Unlike steroids, these don't screw up your normal production of testosterone, they actually signal your body to make more testosterone.  The most popular testosterone booster on the market can be found here:   THE BEST TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER 

 If you want to go a step further, you can use natural herbal androgens. These ingredients are going to act like testosterone in your body and give you the natural boost in mass and strength that comes from steroid use, without being on anything that is a steroid.  You can be confident that these are not going to cause you to piss hot on a drug test. You can use these to give yourself a natural gain of 6-8lbs in a month.  A great natural steroid replacement and muscle builders supplements can be found here:   THE BEST STEROID REPLACEMENT 

 Steroids...legal and illegal

 Steroids are the holy grail of all sports supplements. They are still available on the internet, in gyms and in many countries they are not considered illegal.  Anabolic steroids are able to put on 10-12lbs of mass in one single month and can certainly be the best muscle builders for people wanting to get big.  People should be over 21 before they take any kind of steroids because these muscle builders supplements are not natural.  Also they can cause you to fail a drug test if you are an athlete or tested professional.

 Most steroids are illegal in the US, but there is one still legal steroid that you can take, which will help you boost your testosterone levels and give you massive gains in the gym.  This steroid is available without a prescription and can be a huge benefit for the experienced athlete looking for the best muscle builders supplements on the market.

 You can find these legal steroids HERE:

 Now that you have the basic muscle builders supplements, you can choose which one is right for you and start to put together your own program for putting on tons of mass.  Remember all muscle builders supplements are subject to proper diet and exercise and nothing will replace hard work, so you need both to succeed...

If you like my article, please check out my others:

 Whey Protein Shake Review

D-Aspartic Acid Review

6 OXO Review

Chrysin Review

Massularia Acuminate Review

Creatine Effects

How to Use Andro In A Cycle

Is Tribulus Terrestris Worth The Hype?

Feeding Your Body:  Creatine Nutrition

Are There Any Side Effects With Creatine?

What Is A Creatine Serum?

Is There Science Behind Tribulus Aquaticus?

Creatine Powder Vs. Creatine Pills; Which One Works!

The Best Creatine On The Supplement Market:  LG Sciences Anadraulic State GT

1 MP Review

Muscle Pharm Assault Review

The Perfect Workout Stack: Trifecta Stack

Branched Chain Amino Acids: Are They Really Needed?

Supplement Review: Formadrol Extreme XL

The Natural Alternative To Steroids

Supplement Review:  Endothil CR Review

Supplement Review:  VPX Anarchy

Supplement Review:  Methyl Masterdrol
Friday, November 3rd, 2006
6:34 am
So I just started a new journal, and I think it has alot of potential to please some of you, it's called Healthspiration, I was tired of all the thinspiration sites and so I decided to copy their name and make it soooo much better. It's basically a livejournal where people that want to change their body through healthy methods can inspire each other, because we all need inspiration even if we are not anorexics!
Here it is: http://healthsipration.livejournal.com/
Monday, July 3rd, 2006
12:59 pm
Looking for a new fitness program? How about trying the Presidential Fitness Challenge. This challenge comes in three varieties:

1. The Active Lifestyle Program - For those of you who aren't active on a daily basis yet, this is a great way to begin. The rules are basically to get a minimum of 30 minutes of exercise at least 5 days a week, for a total of 6 weeks.

2. The Presidential Champions Program - If you're already active and want a new challenge, this program is for you. Your goal is to see how many points you can earn by staying active. Points are based on the amount of energy each activity burns. So the more active you are, the more points you'll get. When you reach 20,000 points, you'll earn a Bronze award. Then you can continue on in the Presidential Champions program for a Silver or Gold award.

3. The Advanced Performance Presidential Champions Program - This is basically the same system as the Presidential Champions Program, except that the award goals are higher. For instance, you need to get 40,000 points to earn a Bronze award.

The Presidential Champions Fitness Program Website (where you can log your progress and also order your awards when you've reached your goal)

Also, if you want, come join the LJ pres_challenge community to chat with others who are challenging themselves with this program.
Monday, June 12th, 2006
4:13 pm
What's up everyone? Just wondering if you guys have any useful or interesting websites for me to get information at in regards to working out, diet, sports, etc.

Please contact me back at:

This Blog

Thanks a ton!
Sunday, June 11th, 2006
12:49 pm
Monday, May 22nd, 2006
6:45 pm
talk and support
Hello there! so, I am new to live journal and I just wanted to say hello. I am looking to make some friends here that are into a healthy lifestyle. I have lost 30 pounds and I have took a break for a while and now I want to get back on track. Any advice or help would be awesome!
Saturday, March 11th, 2006
1:47 pm
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Girl Talk.





Friday, March 3rd, 2006
11:26 pm
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Monday, December 26th, 2005
8:33 pm
Ladies and Gentlemen. I have an announcement.

I have days where I am happy with my appearance.

Weight loss is completely worth it. Completely. I weighed myself a little while ago when I really wasn’t happy, and I was about 155lbs. (I’m 5”5’, so this is just on the borderline between healthy and overweight, so it isn’t TERRIBLE, but I’m never happy at this weight.)

I got into a slump and ate lots of food that I really shouldn’t have, and although I was still cycling to school, I cycled really slowly without putting any effort in, so it practically wasn’t exercise anymore, and I gradually stopped doing any of my other exercise. Then I was REALLY unhappy with how I looked, so I decided to change. I went for a jog. I went out in the evening before I had supper, so no one could see me run, (I even crossed over to the other pavement if I saw someone coming, so I wouldn’t have to pass them) and I ran to my local green and ran round it a couple times (the green is only about 5 metres by 15 metres, so this wasn’t difficult at all) and then I ran home. It is so much easier to go for your first run when you know you don’t have to go very far before you turn back, as you then realise “What am I afraid of?” and once you’ve had the first run, the whole idea is a lot less scary. Even if you’re only going to run round your block a few times, or even once, it’s a start, and that’s all your first run needs to be.

It kick-started me as I realised how unfit I’d become, so I started putting effort in again, and watching what I ate. I’m now capable of finishing a meal without eating everything on my plate. Before, I was so convinced that I had to eat everything in front of me. And I’ve learnt how easy it is to tell my parents “No thanks, I’m full” or “I’m saving room for desert” (even if I’m not).

I’ve recently had the confidence to wear skirts again. SKIRTS! Or occasionally a strappy top. And people have been telling me how good I look, and how I’ve lost weight. One person even told me that I shouldn’t lose anymore, but I get the impression that it’s because she’s a few inches shorter and twice my width, and although I love her dearly, I suspect that she says it out of jealously more than concern, as my weight is now perfectly healthy, and I only want to lose much 5 more pounds anyway.

I had my 18th birthday party, and I picked out the perfect dress for it. It’s red, and off the shoulder, with little sleeves that just cover the flabby part of my arm, and it’s tight over my top half, and then gets big and poofy from my hips downwards, and then ends just above my knee. I was terrified of wearing it, but everyone said I looked fantastic. And I must have, as I got a new boyfriend at the party, so I’m pretty sure I didn’t look awful. (wow – there’s optimism for you) I may post a picture. I may be too lazy.

This morning, after Christmas (am I crazy?) I was in my parents’ bathroom, and I saw the scales, and realised that I hadn’t weighed myself in AGES. I decided to just hop on and see what I weighed. I didn’t bother taking off my clothes, or even my SHOES, (they’re pretty flimsy and probably don’t weigh much) and my weight was just under 142lbs. It’s been so long since I’ve been less that 65kg. I KNEW I could feel a difference.

I had yesterday and today off from dieting, because it’s Christmas and I’ve done so well, but tomorrow I’m back on. I don’t want to lose a significant amount, and I’ll definitely stop at 135lbs, I just want slightly less tummy (and hopefully slightly less arm fat. DAMN YOU, ARMFAT!)

Seriously, guys, any tips for losing arm fat? There’s this arm bike at my gym, but it doesn’t feel like much is happening, and it takes about 5 minutes to burn a calorie, and I’m pretty sure that I’d have to lose about half a pound from each arm, which totals 3,600 calories, so it might take a while. Should I just stick with the arm bike or is there a better option?

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005
9:51 pm
Slimming down
I'm a girl with really bulky calves and bigger shoulders than i would like because of muscle. Is there anyway to slim it down other than just losing the muscle? I really would like nice legs, but it's impossible with my calves. Any ideas are appreciated. Thanks!
Tuesday, October 4th, 2005
6:06 pm
Breast Cancer Awareness Icon Contest!


I will be hosting a breast cancer awareness icon contest this year. All submissions (unless inappropriate) will be added to this post accompanied by username (for anyone to use, although I will ask that people credit icon makers). No limit to amount of submissions per person. First place winner will receive a special prize. I may even do 2nd and 3rd place prizes. Watch this entry for updates about what the prizes will be!! If nothing else, do it for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!! Email all submissions to xinksawareness at gmail dot com! Winners will be announced in a separate entry on November 1st. Submissions must be received by October 31st 2005.

Current Mood: hopeful
4:40 pm
Breast Cancer Awareness Month!!
CLICK for my once yearly very important very informative up to date post!!

Current Mood: hopeful
Friday, September 23rd, 2005
5:29 pm
Ok, I've been away for a month and I came back to find that no one has posted since my last post mid-august, so I think it's time to leave this community. If anyone is looking for more active communities, check my userinfo.

Friday, August 19th, 2005
2:01 pm
I’m afraid to weigh myself, as I know that my month in France has done terrible, terrible things to me.

Most of my clothes don’t fit comfortably anymore. I have bulges over the top of jeans that used to be a little loose. I can’t wear them around my hips anymore, they only fit over my waist, and they just look stupid there. I was starting to like how I looked before the holiday.

I got my AS results yesterday, and drank a lot. I’m now going to avoid alcohol for a week or two to let my body catch up, and because I’m not used to cycling anymore, so I’ll need to be really healthy to help get my fitness back.

My legs and bottom ache from what I used to call 2 normal days’ worth of cycling. I’m letting them rest today and maybe tomorrow if they still hurt. And, of course, trying to eat lots of protein.

*Sigh * My poor, poor botty.

I HAVE to get a passport photo next time I’m out so I can get that ISIC card and join my gym at a discount. I’ve left it too long already. I may even pop out today and get one, as I’m not doing much.

And I have to stop using the fact that my friends are eating loads as an excuse to eat myself. Either they’re way thinner than me and can get away with it, or they’re way bigger, so I shouldn’t be doing what they do.

Off to make myself lunch: Stir-fry vegetables with a chicken breast.

Monday, August 15th, 2005
11:18 pm
Fat Fat Fat
I’m back from holiday. I went to France for a month, so, of course, I gained weight. I’ll know tomorrow how much I’ve gained. I know it’s enough to make my stomach look noticeably fatter.

I’ve managed to encourage my overweight friend to join the same gym as me so we can go together. She’s in the year above me, and she has left school while I’m in the last year of 6th form, so we’re hoping it’ll keep us in touch.

I missed my bike so much while I was in France. And I got a tan and freckles even though I was wearing factor 60 most days, and a sun hat and shades and I was covered up most of the time. I’m not liking how I look at the moment.

But moving on from my sad, depressing complaints, toward... The Future! (DAM da da DAAAAAM) Back to life in London, where I cycle everywhere, eat sensibly and sort out that gym membership asap.

My AS level results are arriving on Thursday, and I will not be held accountable for calories consumed through alcohol on that day. But apart from that, what I put in my body and what exercise I do is officially My Fault, and no longer the fault of being in France, the land of fine cuisine, without any means of exercise other than swimming lengths. (Dull.) I swam loads of lengths, but swimming just doesn’t feel like proper exercise to me. And it didn’t seem to have the effects that proper exercise should have. My overweight friend, who I was on holiday with, lost weight from the same amount of swimming, but she doesn’t do any exercise at home, so her body wasn’t used to it, whereas I was doing way less than usual.

Anyway, Again, Enough of the complaints. On to the positive. In London, I am limited to the food in my house, and therefore, it’s way easier to diet.

I hope everyone’s doing well. I shall weigh myself tomorrow and hopefully not spiral into a deep, dark circle of depression, angst and Gummi Bears.

Love Harriet
Tuesday, August 2nd, 2005
12:37 pm
Warning: Not for those queasy with talk of bowel movements and faecel inspection. ^_^

Alot of the middle-aged people and old folks around me (and possibly all over Asia) have a habit of downing 2 glasses of water at one go the moment they wake up - meaning no brushing teeth yet. It's suppose to get your system going and that includes moving your bowels, which is probably due to the water pressure. Anyway, I've picked up that practice for a few months now and it seems to have done me good. Only hitch is that it tends to practically pulverize my crap so it comes out quite watery instead of the healthy banana-like shape, and leaves my ass stinging a little. Also, I usually have to go twice to feel "empty".

Even if I don't practice this I have no problems going regularly. It's just that I dislike the slightly bloated feeling you get when you wake up and haven't taken a crap yet which lasts till after lunch when I do have to sit on the throne.

Also, are there any negative effects of constantly giving my bowels a start up like that?

Any thoughts? Suggestions?
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