Sorry Mack, I must strongly disagree I believe you should always take your IGF pre w/o
If you can take Igf w/o carbs then try it out and see how you react, there is a possibility you might go hypo and then your w/o will suffer. Bro, this is all trial and error, you know the ol' adage " one mans meat is another mans poison" well in the world of peps it's what works for YOU,try different ways, but I will say this there is a study that talks about "pre" working more efficiently than post. After a w/o you MGF sites are wide open so therefore you want to use your IGF pre, down carbs 30 mins prior to using the IGF and then wait 30-45mins and then hit the iron. This seems to be a very successful method used by quite a few people with more positive results than not. Try it you won't be dissappointed.
Ive heard this too. Then again, it is another one of those " whatever works best things." Ive heard pre and post wo, even subq in the morning or evening regardless of wo . Trial and error
Genesis Peptides said:Sorry Mack, I must strongly disagree I believe you should always take your IGF pre w/o
This is true you might go hypo. I administer 100mcg's post work out and if I dont have enough carbs I can feel the sweats and shakes coming on.
Today Im going to start pre/w/o and try that. It's a good idea.
I have always been told that sub Q is dangerous b/c it allows the igf to flow anywhere within your body. This leads to sides.
when you inject it directly into your muscle it ensures that you are targeting the right spot within your body.
Well maybe your right, but post w/o has always worked well for me. I guess there are different methods with this kind of stuff
There's an edurance forum on CEM and some of the atheletes have posted about using it for recovery. So it apparently does more than increase cell growth. Some used it sub q and some im.What would sub q be used for besides body building? Since it only increases cell growth what other use would it have?
just curious ...