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Fortitude Training Book Review

Posted on August 19th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff Fortitude Training by Scott Stevenson PhD LAc Recently (very) I picked up the newest training book in the bodybuilding world.  The book is called Fortitude Training and it was written by Scott Stevenson.  Scott is a PhD in exercise physiology.  To be perfectly honest I had heard his name over the course […]

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Clomid Non-Responders – PCT

Posted on August 13th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff Clomid Non-Responder As you may or may not know clomiphene (or Clomid) is perhaps the most commonly used Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM) of all time. Specifically for prohormone and anabolic steroid users for the purpose of recovering their natural testosterone levels after stopping their anabolic cycle. I’ve also written on it’s […]

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Pre-exhaustion Training – New Research on Exercise Order

Posted on August 12th, 2014 by Degraff

by Travis DeGraff Pre Exhausting Muscle Training Pre-exhaustion training is something utilized by many bodybuilders.  The idea is simple.  If you intend to train your chest (for example), you first do a chest isolation exercise such as pec flys.  Then follow it up with a compound movement like the barbell bench press.  Some believe this […]

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Olympus DermaFury – Furazadrol Info

Posted on August 7th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff DermaFury – Topical Furazadrol Olympus Labs has now been in the prohormone game for what seems like at least one year. Which in this world is long enough to start giving them some respect for what they are bringing to the market. The reviews also seem to be consistently positive. The prices […]

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Bodybuilding Altruism and Roid Rage

Posted on August 7th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff Being a good human often involves displaying aspects of altruism.  Altruism is simply when you are willing to put yourself in harms way, for the benefit of others who you find similar.  A lot of times this could be your family, or even something greater such as soldiers fighting for their country. […]

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IFBB Mr. Olympia Twitter Rank

Posted on August 4th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff  Follow @Prohormone Follow IFBB Pros on Twitter Okay, this post is for nothing more than fun. But I recently heard there is a lower level organization which considers social media followers as a % of their judging criteria! So imagining this was true in the IFBB we can rank last years Mr […]

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Tongkat Ali for PCT? – OTC Test Booster

Posted on July 31st, 2014 by Degraff

LJ100 or Physta(R) in Regular Weight Lifters Physta is a proprietary extract of Eurycoma Longifolia roots.  It is one of the few standardized extracts said to contain the bioactive components, which are important to vitality and testosterone production.  In the United States it’s often referred to as LJ100.  It is produced by a company called […]

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Chain Training Study – 100lb Squat Increase

Posted on July 27th, 2014 by Degraff

by Travis DeGraff Training with chains attached to a barbell is nothing new but much like all training protocols, lifts, or theories on exercise science research is limited.  Anecdotal evidence is generally positive, but depending on the need and goal of the trainee chains may not always be necessary. Chain Training 101 The purpose of using […]

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Enclomiphene Citrate the Super Clomid – Phase II Study

Posted on July 24th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff Repros Therapeutics Inc Repros Therapeutics is a pharmaceutical company interested in changing testosterone levels for all men needing some extra help.  Repros Therapeutics is developing the drug called Androxal.  Androxal is simply the single isomer version of clomiphene citrate (“clomid”), otherwise known as enclomiphene citrate.  Now truthfully as we have discussed in the […]

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Fish Oil Label Claims – New Study from Purdue

Posted on July 23rd, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff Fish Oil Label Claims Just earlier this month I outlined a study by the FDA that analyzed several fish oil brands to determine the amount of trans fatty acids in each, as well as whether they met the Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) label claims.  That study found that label […]

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