Has anybody tried halotest-25?

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    Oct 04, 2010 4:40 PM GMT
    Ive heard it was very good, with minimal side effects and the gains were kept when you cycled off of it, but i always think "i bet thats someone fromthat company" when i read an online review :-/
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    Oct 04, 2010 5:36 PM GMT
    zacharyZEALOUSY saidIve heard it was very good, with minimal side effects and the gains were kept when you cycled off of it, but i always think "i bet thats someone fromthat company" when i read an online review :-/


    Pumpkin, what you need is FOOD and not the latest supp garbage. EAT.

    I'm three inches shorter than you and weighed 175 (lean) when I was 17.

    Don't waster your money on crap like that. EAT. If you want to use some whey protein, or some weight gainer, awesome, but, other than a multi-vitamin, and some coffee save your money for REAL FOOD.

    EAT.
  • Hunkymonkey

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    Oct 10, 2010 8:59 AM GMT
    I agree with Chucky. You obviously have a high metabolism, so you need more food than you imagine you do. Be sure to eat 5 or 6 meals (including shakes) per day. Right now, carbs are not your enemy - if you get the right types at the right times. At your age, I weighed 128, so I know what I am talking about. It's completely about food and proper training for your ectomorphic body type. Beware of overtraining. That will hurt rather than help you. Plus at your age, your hormones are high, so you don't need hormone boosters. And remember this: most specialized supplements are about marketing not results. That being said, some things do help: creatine and glutamine, for example.
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    Oct 10, 2010 9:23 AM GMT
    What the last two guys said. It's right on the money.
  • tuffguyndc

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    Oct 10, 2010 9:41 AM GMT
    Hunkymonkey saidI agree with Chucky. You obviously have a high metabolism, so you need more food than you imagine you do. Be sure to eat 5 or 6 meals (including shakes) per day. Right now, carbs are not your enemy - if you get the right types at the right times. At your age, I weighed 128, so I know what I am talking about. It's completely about food and proper training for your ectomorphic body type. Beware of overtraining. That will hurt rather than help you. Plus at your age, your hormones are high, so you don't need hormone boosters. And remember this: most specialized supplements are about marketing not results. That being said, some things do help: creatine and glutamine, for example.
    yeah but you can get creatine from eating red meat so really i agree with a few others on here and that is that should just stick to the basics and eat. i only take whey protein and that is it
  • Hunkymonkey

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    Oct 16, 2010 8:20 AM GMT
    Well, creatine as a supplement is easier than eating lots of red meat. And as a supplement you get significantly higher amounts. plus too much red meat can have negative longterm effects on your health.
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    Oct 16, 2010 8:30 AM GMT
    Pumpkin?! LOL That's cute.

    Anyways, chuckystud is right. Nothing beats a healthy diet.
  • blake1001

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    Oct 16, 2010 10:19 AM GMT
    zacharyZEALOUSY saidIve heard it was very good, with minimal side effects and the gains were kept when you cycled off of it, but i always think "i bet thats someone fromthat company" when i read an online review :-/


    coming from a 43 yr old hard gainer
    these guys are right
    I even tried the real stuff!!!
    After getting off of any type of steroid
    u will lose the gain , your body is your
    body !
    The main thing u need is FOOD!!
    But a hard gainer needs Rest !
    You work too much it doesn't give you
    muscles time to recover
    trust me your day will come just
    don't quit !!