New to UGM and looking for good advice and help!


#1

So a quick intro… im 36 years old, weighing in at 190#, 5 foot 11 inches. Been running a cycle that includes tren a, test e… its my 2nd cycle I’ve ever run, and looking for any good advice, tips, tricks, anything that can help. I have a reliable source I go threw but would like to try a new one just to always keep my options open. Just got blood work done and will try to figure out how to get it posted for all to see


#2

Welcome to the board. We have many experienced members here so don’t hesitate to ask any specific questions. We are all here to help ya out my man.


#3

Several great verified sources on this board…read though the posts, welcome and enjoy!


#4

Welcome !!!


#5

Welcome to ugm glad to have you around brother

BECAREFUL please no links lol
Thanks
BIGMURPH


#6

What are your doses?
And when I did test e and tren ace I pinned 3/4 cc test e and 1 cc tren ace with master prop
Test 600-700
Tren ace 300
Master prop 300
Was a good run
Cycle suppert
I was using caber. 5 e3d with aromasin 12.5 eod
Next run I am gonna use prami.


#7

I am not running test e and tren a right now. I was running test e @ 250 e3d. And tren a @ 50 eod.
It was a good run but didn’t have a diet in place or an exact routine figured out. At that time I was using a home gym with minimal equipment and no plans really!


#8

Ive heard prami to have some crazy side effects. Im just curious if you had issues with caber and if that is the reason for the change?


#9

Only because it’s cheaper.
I love caber I might order it from a peptides supplier who had caber caps before


#10

@Jolter604 we have several sources at ugmuscle.com that have pfizer cabaser. No need to go tracking down a Yugo when the Maserati is already in the driveway. :wink:


#11

I always recommend pharma grade.
Just a personal preference though.


#12

I have access to Pfizer
But it is pricey.
I went ahead and sent a request from my boss for. Some


#13

It can be for sure but when everything is said and done the expense is minimal compared to the amount of quality food we consume on a monthly basis.

Jollies are the least expensive part of a cycle. :wink:


#14

Plus Noone wants utters
Hahahaha


#15

Very true!