Archive for July, 2011

What supplement is good for energy while working out?

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Im not trying to take a supplement to help me build any muscle like tren or whatever I just need a little extra push. My heart acts funny when I workout with energy drinks and I tire really easy. Physically i’m in good shape but I depend a lot on caffine to get me through work and when I try to workout I only seem able to get out 20-30 mins before im exhausted.

Hi, Dylan:

My name is Tim and I’m a representative over at RipFire. Sounds like you may be a good candidate to try RipFire. This supplement doesn’t contain any caffeine but instead fuels your pre- and post-workout with L-arginine, the key amino acid that is so important to building and sustaining muscles.

During a survey with a group of people who took RipFire for the first time, 100% felt more energy, 100% could push out more sets, 96% saw better muscle definition and 93% reached an extreme level of pump. These are real people who reported these results, not paid spokespeople.

Taking RipFire after a workout also helps to quicken the recovery time before you’re next workout because of the increased bloodflow. I take RipFire myself and I can attest to the extra push it gives me in the gym, on the basketball floor and during my workday, too. I just feel better about myself.

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Hope that helps,


What are all of the side effects of injecting HGH into your body?

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

I’ma junior in high school and i was wondering if HGH really does help you grow. I’m 16, and im 5’7". I really need height for football and i wanted to see if there were any major side effects to taking hgh that might make it too risky to take.

You better ask yourself how you are planning to get HGH. Your doctor won’t give it to you. And yes there are side effects.

Side Effects of HGH:
Use of HGH under medical supervision for HGH deficiency is safe and will have few side effects. The risk of side effects increase when HGH is taken in higher doses without any medical supervision.

The most common side effect of the excess use of HGH is acromegaly. This is a medical condition that begins with the overgrowth of facial bone and connective tissue, leading to a changed appearance due to protruding jaw and eyebrow bones. This condition also leads to an abnormal growth of the hands and feet with an increased growth of hair all over the body. Contrary to increasing your life, this condition will shorten life expectancy considerably.

Mentioned here are just some of the known side effects of the undue use of HGH.
– Acromegaly (as described in detail above)
– Premature death (in case of acromegaly)
– Heart enlargement (due to prolonged use of HGH. Can’t be reversed)
– Low blood sugar with risk of going into a diabetic coma
– Excessive hair growth all over the body
– Excessive water retention
– Liver damage
– Thyroid damage

HGH from reputed manufacturers are safe if used under proper supervision, but they come with a small disadvantage; they are expensive. Many who take HGH without supervision buy spurious products that come at a lower price. The side effects of indiscriminate use of HGH is bad, and it just gets worse when counterfeit products are used. Persons who share needles to inject themselves with HGH are at a high risk of transmission of blood-borne viruses (the deadliest and most common being the AIDS virus).

In other words, just let mother nature do it’s thing. You’re not done growing yet.

What types of calcium and nutrition to grow taller?

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

Ok i havent hit my spurt yet but if im drinking like 8-10 glasses of milk a day is it enough calcium ?. and if i dont drink soda and just milk will i have a better chance of getting taller? lastly i keep getting "you need nutrition" is that true and if it is where can i get nutrition?? do i even need calcium and nutrition?

You are getting enough calcium.

To reach your potential height you need adequate sleep (from 8-10 hours per night), adequate calories and a normal healthy diet.

Plenty of protein from eggs, meat, poultry, sea food and dairy products helps as well as calcium from milk, cheese and other dairy products. You also need plenty of zinc from red meat, oysters, mussels, nuts and seeds and zinc fortified cereals such as Weetbix.

Exercise does not help your height growth.

Girls usually stop growing at 15 but the absolute deadline is 21.

Boys usually stop growing at 18 but the absolute deadline is 25.

Smoking can reduce your potential height by a whole inch.

Under eating and under sleeping can, to some extent, stunt your height growth.

You can see further tips in a web search for "how to grow taller naturally".