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ksa_triceps
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« on: October 26, 2012, 06:55:55 AM »

Greetings, peeps.

My friend is 178cm and 110kg. Trained for 5 years non stop naturally.

He wants to join the dark side but is clueless to what he should be taking..

His goal is to become lean, no size gains, just to become lean.  I understand that he should reduce the fat first for the cycle to be more effective but he doesn't want to do that naturally..

His main problem is, as you can see, his chest. I'm not sure if going lean with roids will solve the saggy chest. The guy looks big in clothes and has good size, it may not show in the pics but he is huge for a nattie...

taking him to the normal route of starting with a mild beginner course, test base and something else is not going to give him the leanliness levels that he wants so what should he go for?   Tren+Prop+Mast? 

Your advice and input is welcome..


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supernick
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« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2012, 11:57:44 AM »

looks like he lacks complete will power what so ever.  He is fat and looks like he doesent workout at all.   Maybe he should work on dieting and cardio before he even considers anything else.
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« Reply #2 on: October 26, 2012, 08:28:22 PM »

Utterly ridiculous that he wants to hop on the sauce. Needs to exercise some discipline and get in shape naturally first. There's no excuse for looking like that after 5 years of ''training hard' (barring health issues).
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