Great article. I found this while researching the IM Forums where you also have great info as well. I’ve read quite a bit all over the web. There’s so much confusion over this. I don’t have an opinion either for or against and can read between the lines/blurs/mumbo jumbo of what’s in print and find minimal reality of any facts supporting true positive results for any OTC T-booster product. This still leaves me in a quandary. I’m currently doing a cycle of 1-Andro/Anabolic Matrix and would like to keep my gains if any result from it. With all OTC products being pretty much useless for boosting test what would be a viable option for doing so as a PCT??
Typically, the testosterone supplement for males undergoes a chemical change in the body, and can produce estrogenic manifestations in males- Enlarged breasts, muscular weakness, depression, muscle aches, decreased libido, and problems with the spouse touching/washing clothing or towels used by the males after a dose of testosterone. Androgel being one of those products. You have to keep things locked away practically, to limit exposure to kids use of your towels, and spilled product. It simply isn’t a compound that can be washed off, and what gets on a counter, in the sink, in the wash, can affect others not specifically using this product.
After that, make a plan for reaching your goal. What exactly will you do to help yourself get to where you want to be. Making the choice to workout is necessary, but you will want to be more detailed than that. When will you workout? Where will you workout? How long will you workout? What exercises will you do? Who will go with you? There are many things to consider when you are planning to build your muscle strength. By spending some time creating this important plan, you will have a model to follow to help you along your journey. If you aren’t sure how to answer some of these questions, you should do research.