Healthy Supplement Cycles
Know the facts before you take the risks!

Should You Cycle for 4 or 8 Weeks?

February 1st, 2016

It is human nature that we, as men and women, will tinker with something that is ours. No matter whether it be a remote that doesn’t work right or what we use to increase our muscles, we all have a system that works best for us. While this works great for finding your destination, this is not something that is a good idea when we speak of cycles. One fact can really help to make your decision in this matter, but you might not like the answer that you get. When deciding between a 4 week cycle of a supplement, or an 8 week one, think about how good you can be at keeping a consistent schedule. If you are going to really commit to using something for eight weeks, not skipping any days will be a must. If you think that you might be more inclined to forget a day or two of taking what you need, you might be better suited being on a shorter cycle. If you do happen to miss a day, don’t panic, but don’t make it a habit. When you don’t take what is used to being in your system, you lessen all of the help that it is supposed to give you! As less and less of what you chose is going to your muscles, you could end up only working back to where you were a day or two before. When people say that something didn’t work for them, I often wonder how many days they missed of ingesting a supplement, only to write it off as ineffective.

Something else that I would consider, would be, if this is your first time using what you are going to take. If you have never used a strength raiser, I would start with a four week cycle, to see how your body reacts to it. There will always be unseen risks of using anything for the first time, don’t be locked in to two months of something for the first time, just in case. It is better to have a short but good cycle instead of a long and daunting 8 weeks with something that you don’t like.

From the tame to the extremely dangerous, I have read and listened to each person tell me something different when it came to needing to cycle the supplements that they took. Some people would swear by doing a split of one week taking something, and then skipping it for an entire week. The person who told me that last cycle had actually stopped lifting weights altogether shortly after this, go figure! If you have no experience with some of the harder hitting supplements out there, just start with a smaller cycle. If you can’t decide which cycle to use, there are steroid replicating supplements that can be used for either four or eight weeks, I found them here: www.heavyathletics.org/best-legal-steroids-reviews-and-results/.

Although we all might feel the need to adjust things to be more comfortable by us, that isn’t always the best solution. When making the dedicated commitment to obtain something that gives you an easier path to getting buff, take it seriously and don’t be lazy with your routine. One of the biggest ways to waste everything that you are doing, is to skip supplements or workouts altogether! For those of you who are disciplined, enjoy your cycle and keep pushing yourself to a better you!

 

A Beginner’s Guide to Cycling: The Safer Side

December 8th, 2015

I wanted to talk about some more common supplement cycles that I have seen out there. First off, not all cycles are needing to be something really strong that you have to cycle off of, like what is in this video below, that is what everyone thinks when the word cycle is mentioned. The problem is, is that some people don’t or shouldn’t have the need to start working out with using such powerful supplements. This is something that I agree with because using those super strong supplements when you first start working out is honestly a waste of both time and money.

When you start working out, it is going to take time before you see any kind of improvement. It is something that we have all gone through, the waiting period of not seeing any muscle growth at all and being super sore all of the time. For one thing, using supplement that pros use when you are a beginner, is not going to give you the same results that they had. You have got to at least build a base of muscle before you even need some of the more potent supplements out there.

There can be the safer products out there that people use in a cycle all the time. As a matter of fact, if you use any kinds of supplements, you are probably on a cycle of them right now. One common cycle that I hear about is something most of use and is a great cycle to start out with, let me give you an example. For a beginner’s supplement cycle, I would try something like this:

Before:

  • 1 serving of a preworkout (only take on days you are working out).
  • 1 serving of creatine.

During:

  • 1 serving of an intra-workout.

After:

  • 1 serving of glutamine.
  • 1 protein shake.

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By following something similar to this, you can be a newbie in the workout world and get to use a set of supplements together for the best results that you can get. Now, this won’t turn you into a pro bodybuilder in weeks, but it is going to get you results faster than if you used no supplements at all. Now you can see that just because you are using a cycle of supplements doesn’t mean that you have to get anything riskier than usual or be someone who has lifted weights for years and years.
I think that the word cycle has a bit of a bad reputation in the weightlifting world, or, at least, a very misguided one. Something that certain people will forget to mention is that a pre workout is something that needs to be cycled. If you check the label on most of them, you will see something saying do not take this product on off days or take product for a certain amount of time and discontinue for another amount of time. I have to admit, I am someone who needs caffiene to even get out of bed in the morning, so I find myself breaking this rule. I know that this is probably not the best thing for my body, so I have had to taper off recently. What my goal is will be to try and go one month without using a pre workout supplement. I have had to go with strong coffee before my workouts now, and while I wasn’t a happy camper the first week, it does get easier to do. I am, however, ready for this to be over, so that I can use my pre workouts again!

Supplement Stacks that Bulk You Up Without A PCT

May 26th, 2016

Lately, it seems as if you all want an easier option to some of the more advanced cycles. I completely understand your concerns and that is why I wanted to tell you about some stacks that you can run without having to use anything for post cycle supplements. These supplements are great ways that you can get the most for what you spend, without having to plunk down anything extra on a post cycle. You might not see as much in the way of better lifting but you will still see some advancements to your physique.

One particular one that I like is contained in a video review you will find above. For me, this is about the easiest way to start using a stack, if you haven’t done much cycling of your supplements. It’s fairly inexpensive so it won’t cost you an arm and a leg like other starting cycles could. Without a PCT, you won’t have to remember as much, I hate having to juggle times and dates to make sure my body is getting what it needs. It is too much work to try and measure out all of the amounts of what I need to use, as well! Bulking up isn’t easy but if you want to get big and you are dedicated, you can get to where you need to be. When gaining weight, don’t go overboard!

Depending upon how much you weigh now, don’t think that it will be healthy to gain 50 pounds in a month. Gaining weight faster than your body can handle will only leave you at risk for a ton of medical issues. Even worse, the weight that you will gain, without keeping an eye on how much is being gained, could leave you with more fat than anything else. Keep an eye on how your workouts are going, some groups will bulk faster than others. As an example, my back will gain size quicker than any muscle group. I have often joked that it is fitting for me, who can be a narcissist, to get the best development on a muscle group that I can’t even see! Find what muscles grow the fastest for you and put the most effort and focus on that said group.

Current Cycle Update for the Week of 5/22

May 22nd, 2016

what I have been cyclingI am going to be giving you all a current update of the cycle that I am running right now. Currently, I am trying to lean out a bit, with Summer right around the corner. First, my diet has reduced in calories gradually, we are getting low in that department. Making sure that I am getting the leanest gains possible, I have had to eliminate some of my favorite foods, which makes me a bit crankier than usual. I am adjusting to the new diet and eating schedule semi-well, it is always a gradual process. For my workouts, I have been concentrating on some leg development, hitting them heavily. With all of the leg workouts that I have been doing, it sure doesn’t make driving around any fun. As for the supplements that I am using currently, I am running the Mega Muscle Power Stack. I am needing to focus my effort on lifts that do the most to boost my reps. I am currently aiming to get about 12 to 15 repetitions for each set. Working out this way, as long as I have been, has definitely left me a little bit more sore than normal. I am looking to really get rid of all of those annoying aches and pains during my post cycle, as I have something lined up for that as well. What I have found most challenging during this current time in my cycle is missing old foods. With what I am taking, you have got to have a strict diet going on. It hasn’t been the easiest thing but getting to see the fat that I have stored all year begin to drop off is astounding.

Honestly, the dedication becomes easier once you see results. I think that this is a concept that can be applied to all avenues of life, if you put in the maximum effort (calling Deadpool), you will see the results that you have wanted. One sad side effect of the stack that I am using now is that I find myself a little bit down in the dumps, so to speak. I would think that diet would be partially to blame for why I am feeling so down. There were some reviews that had mentioned that there would be some mood swinging happening, it wasn’t something that everyone agreed upon but I think that the ones who mentioned it were right. Still, I love seeing how far I have come from when I started this cycle. I will still continue to keep everyone updated on how things change with a big reveal at the end of the month, I promise you want to stay tuned for this one. I wanted to update you all on my lifting progress, as well. For my bench, I am now adding a plate to each side of the bar. I can really feel it when I add more weight to my big lifts but the pressure is worth it to be able to continually progress in a hobby that I love to do.

My arms are doing quite well, I am using a mixture of workouts designed to bring both strength and size. Being that I am trimming down, I kind of want to keep some mass on my arms so I will usually hit those a bit harder than some other muscle groups. I will be starting a new PCT at the end of May or beginning of June, whichever lines up with when I finish this stack. Thank you all for continuing to check out this website and giving me the honor of keeping you updated on what a cycle truly means.

How Does Lee Priest Do An Off-Season?

May 8th, 2016

When in the off-season of bodybuilding, things slow down a bit. For those who have experienced the growing nature of what it takes to get ready for a bodybuilding show, you know that probably sounds like an understatement. While you’re not getting ready to be on the stage you can use a lower dose cycle that is purely for maintenance, instead of actually building anything up. During this off-season, your body will run under different conditions, as well.

If you want to see some crazy transformations, from on cycle to off cycle, look no further than Lee Priest. You have probably seen the images of his on and off season pictures. This is a guy who can go from having the perfect physique during on season, to having a big belly who is stuffing his face with fast food in the off-season. Here’s the kicker, the guy can pull this kind of transformation off because he knows that he can get rid of all of the fat.

With the protein that he is getting, even during his off-season cycle, the guy can go back as the temperature starts to warm up and look like 1 million bucks. The sort of cycle that he recommends using is one for 6 to 8 weeks followed by a two month break and then an additional 6 to 8 week cycle. Keep in mind that Lee priest is a trained professional, one of the highest caliber. If you are just learning about cycles, I wouldn’t recommend running a program like this so early into your cycling experience.

One tip that I love from Lee priest is to concentrate on your eating and training while you’re not on season. This sort of intensity and discipline will keep you ahead of the pack while there are no shows going on. I think it is sort of a mental thing to believe that you’re still on gear, even while you’re not. I could definitely see this giving someone an edge in the gym due to the fact that a lot of success in training comes from a healthy mental state. If your mental state is telling your body that it still feels like it is running steroids, perhaps you will train that way while not even using them at all.

Does a Cycle Pose Danger to Someone?

May 3rd, 2016

Something that I hear all of the time is this false fear that just because something is called a cycle, that it will not be good for you. Quite the contrary, a cycle is just a name for the length of time that it takes to finish using an anabolic, or something similar. Being that these products are hard on the body, a cycle is almost a must, most of the time. The cycle will have different phases, which I want to go into detail about, as I feel that there is a lot of misinformation around the internet. First, any good cycle will have its initial phase, let’s call it phase one. In phase one, you will be starting to take an anabolic, this is where you will put in most of the work. In this phase, you will want to be lifting fairly regularly. I would even say that you will (after the first week or two) be working out more frequently.

Phase 2: Where Real Growth Begins

These anabolics will alter the rate at which you need to rest. If you are resting less, which is what these products were intended to do, don’t waste that time. I think that one big reason why people say that a cycle didn’t work for them was because they were not making the most out of the time that they had. If you don’t push yourself and add some extra sets (which should be easier to do), you aren’t going to get the most bang for your buck. When I am not running anything, I will commonly rest two days in between workouts. I take this rest time seriously because I work my muscles to the point of failure, which leads to some pain the next day. When you use something worthy of starting a cycle for, work as hard as you safely can. Try not to miss any days when you need to be lifting, you will get diminishing returns and since these supplements can be expensive, why waste your valuable time and money?

Final Phase: Healing and Repairing!

The next phase of any good cycle would be the post-cycle phase. This next phase is where you are going to use any Post Cycle Therapy supplement, in order to keep the gains that you have gotten from the first phase. Some products will require a PCT, while others will leave that option up to you. If you have the funds, I would grab a PCT, no matter what. As you taper off an anabolic supplement, your work rate and lean gains will taper, as well. Grabbing a PCT helps to bring your body back to normal by stabilizing your blood pressure and reduces estrogen production. Think of a PCT as an extra safety measure to help clean you out, I realize that might not be the best sounding way to describe what it does. Finally, you are left with a third phase to complete your knowledge of how to properly cycle anabolics. This phase is where you don’t use any supplements and just work out naturally. This last phase is a good way to finish the process of bringing your body back to normal, running anabolics all year round would most likely kill you. There you have it, the basic how-to on cycling supplements, now get out there and keep growing that physique! Cycles are what help to keep all of us safe when we run some gear that our bodies are telling us that we shouldn’t.

My Current Progress with Using Blockade

April 20th, 2016

Post cycle supplementation is a crucial way to avoid dealing with the potential life-threatening side effects of a bad cycle. Not doing enough to ensure that your body properly recovers from the harsh battering it takes when using hormones isn’t something that is lost on professional bodybuilders. There are different supplements that you can use for post-cycle nutrition, one of which is called Blockade. I have to admit, the main reason that I first began using this supplement was its price.

I was getting tired of having to shell out upwards of fifty bucks, just to protect my muscle gains. As you know, spending a good amount on a stack is already damaging enough, without throwing in the extra you have to spend to keep that muscle. Being that this one retailed for thirty bucks had peaked my interest, the ingredients were what finally tipped me over the edge to get it. Supporting not just your muscles, but your blood pressure and joints, there is so much good that Blockade does for your body.

One of those ingredients is Alpha Lipoic Acid, which is a key ingredient in organ protection. Everyone always worries about what compounds can do to your liver, why not protect every organ at the same time? With widespread issues of side effects derailing a weightlifter’s life in an instant, having a good post cycle product in your corner is never a bad thing. If you want to try something that is, what I would call, the most innovative cycle support out there, this is for you. Be smart and protect your organs, so that you can keep shattering those personal records and live your life as a complete beast.

Remember to look at the video in this post, as it has additional product information, if you choose to give it a view. This video is from a supplement shop online that I frequent, as they always have awesome new supplements coming in. Blockade will do an amazing job at keeping you healthy, while you should try to stray away from the harsher supplements, this support will ensure that you don’t have the amount of side effects as you would normally.

An Early Misstep that Messed Up My Cycle

April 13th, 2016

When I first starting cycling supplements, I made a critical mistake, like some beginners do. I had a friend that knew more about working out and what to use than I did. He took me under his wing and was going to teach me what did and did not need to be cycled. First, I would run a lower intensity version of the products that he was using and we were going to take it from there. Being the first time that I had really started to actually use something like this, I was very nervous. When I get extremely nervous, my hands will shake uncontrollably. It isn’t anything that is real drastic but it becomes enough to affect how steady I can hold onto something.

As fate would have it, after our workout, me and my friend went off to the locker room to officially start my first cycle. As I began to get everything together, my nerves were off the charts and trying to hold a glass container was a challenge. When I needed to have my hands cooperate with me and be steady, they failed me. Before I really knew what was going on, I heard glass shatter. Not dropping onto the hard tile floor, the crash came from my accidentally breaking the small bottle in my hand. Right away I felt a surge of pain go through my hand, which was now a semi-closed fist. My friend heard the noise as well and whipped around, fearing for the worst. I looked down at my hand, just like smashing a bug, I knew that I had to look to see the damage. My hand now had a decent sized cut and blood was starting to trickle down. Before, I got a detailed look at my hand, I wiped off all of what was in the vial.

I was already dumb enough to break the one thing that I needed to keep in one piece, I wasn’t about to have such a large amount enter my blood through a cut. After getting myself all bandaged up and once my friend stopped laughing at me, I had to re-evaluate what I wanted to do. After being so embarrassed about my humble beginnings, I came back to cycling again with a different mindset. I also ended up getting something for my nerves, to help steady my hands for the future. I know that my total nerd move would end up teaching me an important lesson about shaky hands.

The Moment the Truth was Revealed

Later on that night, I sitting at the table with some friends enjoying a nice dinner. Like the old movies, one friend saw my hand and asked why it looked the way that it did. For some reason, I had not thought to take the time to prepare an answer to this question and had to come clean. There was a good amount of awkward silence before everyone got back to eating. Everyone was being cool about it and didn’t seem like anyone was too offended by the life that I had chosen to live. What I had thought was going to be the end of my world had ended up being turned into a funny dinner conversation. I am proud to say that I learned a lot from making such a big mistake and have never had any incident like the previously mentioned one repeat itself.

Bone Strength Not Tied to Exercise But Supplements Can Help

April 5th, 2016

It is no big secret that working out generally helps your body. However, there are some new reports being released that suggest it might not help out every single part, namely your bones. This is something that isn’t a huge shock to me. Of course, I knew that exercising helps you to drop bad weight and gain good weight, which is muscle. Even though working out isn’t the great help to your bones that some had thought it was, there are supplements that you can take to help improve your bones. I wanted to list a couple of them, along with cycle information.

The most important and least harmful of all of your options for bone health would have to be calcium. You don’t want to get too much of this ingredient, but it’s definitely important to have some form of calcium in your diet. Since this is an ingredient in many foods and drinks (milk), you don’t have to really worry about cycling this one. As long as you don’t go too overboard with how much calcium you get, you should be just fine.

The next one would be a good multivitamin, there is going be tons of stuff in there that will help to protect your bones and keep them nice and strong. My only advice would be to watch out and check how much calcium will be in the multivitamin. I say this because you don’t want to have a situation where you are taking the maximum amount of calcium from your supplement and then risk taking too much from the extra calcium in your multivitamin.

To be on the even more cautious side, I would recommend using either a multivitamin or a calcium supplement, not both at the same time. Even though some might be shocked to learn that bones don’t really get strengthened through exercise alone, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t supplements to cycle that can still help out your bones.

If you want to really ramp up repairing your valuable bones, consider implementing some stretches into your daily routine. Oftentimes what we learn as bone pain or noises coming from them, can be caused by muscles that are out of place. Don’t worry, you can stop imagining muscles that have fallen off the bone, it is nothing that drastic. There are a multitude of stretches you can do in your home that will help to give those aching bones some relief. Try out various stretches that target different muscle areas, if the pain and cracking sounds go away, you have yourself a winner. Always make sure that if you feel any weirdness, or the cracking and popping sounds start, stop stretching immediately.

bone systemIf you haven’t, you could always try going to a yoga class. I have known people that have said yoga took care of all of their back issues, which started with a disc being out of place. From there, this guy would continuously go to a yoga class, once a week, for about two months. Gradually, he began noticing that his minor limp had slowly started to go away. It wasn’t too long before his back issue went away, almost entirely. Yoga isn’t for everybody and I understand that. Try using the supplement that I talked about and doing some stretches but always speak with a doctor before taking any of these steps, safety first! At least now you can stop fretting over feeling the need to cancel that gym membership, you can still do plenty of good for yourself there.

What Cycles Should You Implement for Spring?

March 28th, 2016

It is getting warmer outside, that means that springtime is on its way! Toss aside that big pile of coats that you have been in for the past few months. With the temperatures rising, you won’t have that big jacket to hide behind for much longer. With that in mind, it is time to start thinking about how to shed some of that winter weight that you have accumulated. If you want an easier method to get shredded, I have put together some cycles that I would recommend trying out, instead of running a track for the foreseeable future. You can beat the crazy diets and fanatic cardio days, while you get ready for summertime. Start now, as spring is here, and beat the crowd getting ready to start on obtaining that beach body. If you start a cycle now, made just for the spring months, you will thank yourself later.

Now that you are going to be dressed in something of the shorter sleeve variety, eliminating fat while adding another layer of muscle will be the top priority. To do this, I would start using a fat burner. As far as these supplements go, cycle time will vary depending upon what you use. As a rule of thumb, most of these burners are going to want to be ran for a month, at least. Using a fat burning supplement longer than you are supposed to could lead to a dependency on caffeine. That feeling of completing tasks in less time is one that is hard to want to lose but you will need a stimulant break after a month or two. This break gives you a chance to use your own natural energy sources, even though they might not be as intense as what you got from a supplement, it will still get the job done.

You will be tempted to want to use the supplement in question the whole year but this can wear out your natural production of energy. You will often see this kind of break referred to as a stim break. I find it best to gradually wean myself off of the caffeine. For instance, if you normally took three capsules, gradually decrease that amount over the course of your last week of using these supplements. This way, you also won’t have to deal with a large amount of caffeine in your system dropping from a high amount to nothing, all of the sudden. Speaking from experience, this drop nearly exhausts you. You will go from feeling like you are on top of the world, to the world feeling like it is resting on your shoulders.

Replacing those worktime snacks with healthier meal replacements bars would be another option. Best of all, these kind of bars require no cycling of any sort, they can be consumed year round with no problems. Having these laying around, whether it be in a suitcase or your pocket, can be the difference between a flat stomach and a pudgy one. That pretty much sums it up, the journey to being ready for the coats to stay in the closet can be an easy one. Provided you grab a supplement to shred you up and have some ready to drink supplements, you will be looking like winter has never happened. With holidays, family, and big meals, you don’t have to keep paying for all of that around your waistline.

Refrain from Cycling Off Carbs: Here is Why

March 22nd, 2016

As many continue to find new ways to stay trim, one piece of misinformation continues to plague the world. Carbohydrates, within the past fifteen years, have turned into something to shy away from. With all of the fad diets out there, it is no wonder that many are keeping carbs out of their diet, at all costs. Adding more confusion would be those that choose to cycle the carbs that they ingest. There is a growing number of you who only have peak times where they allow themselves anything starchy. I can’t fathom this because, even though they have been made to be the enemy, carbohydrates are your friends. I am a big believer in everything in moderation and carbs are no exception. It is perfectly fine to have some bread in your meals; just as long you aren’t making it a big portion of the meal.

Don’t Lose an Entire Food Group, just Parts of it!

It may stun people but even candy can be allowed in what you eat, provided that you aren’t gorging yourself on every Snickers bar that you come across. I would be a fool to say that reducing intake of carbohydrates won’t make you look any better, it definitely will reduce some fat from you. However, even though you might look like a million bucks, you are still leaving crucial nutrients on the dinner table by not consuming any carbs. One thing that lack of carbs can do to you is to leave you feeling exhausted. By choosing one of those diets that have made anything with bread in it, you are depleting a vital energy source from your diet. If you have ever tried one of those type of diets, this is why you end up feeling more tired once the new eating plan starts.

Along with feeling more run down, crankiness is another common reason most of those diets lose steam, in the minds of the dieter. Not everybody wants to end up being a mean person, in the name of losing weight. This newfound ability to get agitated easily comes more from what your internal organs are telling you than anything else. When the body, all of the sudden, stops getting its own source of fuel, it is going to let you know loud and clear.  To best determine how to keep carbs in your life, without cutting them out completely, gradually lower foods high in carbohydrates. By doing this, you will know your limits of reduction without eliminating a whole food group in such a drastic fashion.

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As far as food choices go, you will want to stick with more wholesome carbohydrate sources like breads and pastas. This way, you are stacking the carbohydrates that you get with other minerals that you need for the day. If you get your carbs from the junk food section, you will be adding higher fat and cholesterol levels into your diet, only making you appear fatter. Don’t let everything you read go to your head, carbs are not the monster that they are made out to be. Allowing you to have energy and feeding your muscles, please do not completely rule out carbohydrates from your diet. You could see your stomach flattening out day by day but your brain will let you know the mistake that you are making. Take it from someone who has done it, removing an essential food group from your life will only bring about a more angry and tried version of yourself.

Review of VMI Sports Awesome New Guard

March 11th, 2016

vmi sportsI came across something that I could use for when my current stack that I am running will end. It is called Cycle Guard and is made by VMI sports. One thing that struck me about this supplement was just how cheap it is. It retailed for about 22 bucks where I got it from, much lower than other PCT’s that I have come across. What I have noticed was how concerned this manufacturer was with ensuring most of what makes up Cycle Guard was natural. I don’t know about all of you but I feel safer knowing that there are things in what I take that are known to me. If you think that, this being cheaper, it will not stand up with the more thorough post-cycle supplements out there, you will be happy to be proven wrong. Containing NAC (N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine), which can protect your liver against all kinds of harmful toxins. NAC works to from a bond with these toxins and expedites them leaving your system. This substance has been used in many different forms of medicine throughout history. It is usually administered when someone suffers from serious chest or liver problems. Having this contained within Cycle Guard is like having an ace in the hole. Along with the awesome NAC compound, you can also find Kudzu Root in this supplement. Dating back to nearly thousands of years ago, Kudzu has long been a fix for high blood pressure and soothing pains that come with everyday illnesses. Known as a cure-all from everything from the flu to stomach pain, Kudzu (specifically the root) is essential for any PCT worth using.

With some great anti-cancer cell properties, turmeric root is another ingredient that makes up VMI Sport’s new post supplement one of the best ones that I have tried. Enough with all of the talk about ingredients, this is all useless if you don’t know if it really helped me or not. This compound and its ability to keep me healthy and pain-free was enough to make me be glad that I grabbed some of it. Beyond that, I ended my harsh cycle and was still able to keep about 80% of the lean muscle that I acquired. I went to go and get a check-up and both myself and my doctor were happy to see all levels of toxins were way down, compared to my lab work that I got a month prior to that. With a clean bill of health, I was so relieved that I went and pigged out at my favorite local restaurant, we all have to reward ourselves sometimes, right?I didn’t really tell the doc what all I had been using. I had made that mistake once before and spent the better part of an hour getting lectured about my supplement use. Look, I know that most of what we take to look the best that we can, that most of what is out there is semi-expensive. If you are already drained from what stack you are using, Cycle Guard really comes in handy. Cleaning all of the not-so-good stuff from your vital organs, you will also save a bundle. I have not been able to find anything that can match the combination of quality and safety like this supplement did. Hold on to those gains, clean out your system, and enjoy more overall health by heading out and grabbing this guard.