Hey has anybody successfully used IGF to bring up lagging hamstings? My posterior chain has always been my strongest suit, but I am stuck with huge calves, a huge ass, thick, shapely quadriceps and a flat hamstring. This fall/winter I plan on using test/deca/tbol/slin/hgh and, for the first time, adding IGF into the mix. Was going to hit them both 6 days a week and rotate my shots in 3 dif areas of the ham, from the top to the bottom. Does anyone have any advice or recommendations to bring up lagging hams. I am training them roughly 3x per every 12 days and have seen the best results this way. I usually weight cycle my deads with a full pause on the floor, but I have been doing beltless touch and go's for sets of 10 lately. I do sumo stiff legs, conventional stiff legs, lying hamstring machine curls, hammer strength single legs, lying dumbell curls, seated curls, glute ham raises (even though I have trouble getting that hamstring squeeze in the gym I used) 5x5 reverse hypers once a month and, of course, squats 2x a month, never higher than 1.5" inches below parellel. Mostly use an 8-12 rep range, except for squats and deads which I start at 12 and weight cycle down to raw doubles over 10-12 weeks. Once I get down below 5 reps I add a widowmaker with 15-20 reps for both exercises to keep the volume there. 20 deads burn the hams, and 20 squats burn the quads even if I'm using 225. I also make sure to do a lot of quad/ham/calve stretching before, during and after my workout and atleast once a day. My split is chest/tri, ham/back/bi (deadlift heavy), off, shoulder/trap, ham/quad, off, chest/back (pull-up heavy), bi/tri, off, ham/quad, shoulder/trap, off, repeat and I rotate abs and calves/tibia according. It would be awesome if somebody could give me some hamstring workouts they have had sucess with regularly or especially while using IGF. While using IGF/GH/Slin/AAS I plan on pumping up the hamstrings everyday with a 4x20 light/moderate weight and rotating 3 exercises (prolly seated, standing, and lying curls) Thanks a lot guys!