Hi Mike, I’m going to be working long hours this summer as a carpenter trimming platforms and painting them(can be very taxing and sweat is involved), and I was thinking of trying Intermittent Fasting to lose some stubborn fat that I have had around my waist for quite some time, is it ok to do IF along with my work days and treat the work as cardio? the main thing that is on my mind is that working in a fasted state could cause catabolism, and make me lose the muscle that I have built up so far. What is your opinion? and do you have any tips of losing the stubborn fat while keeping most of the muscle?
Trenbolone Enanthate has a strong progestin nature that does not permit aromatizing activity. It contains almost every positive trait of anabolic steroid known so far. While other steroids have some of these properties, they don’t even come close to Trenbolone Enanthate. One of the most valuable traits is the ability to increase the efficiency of nutrients. It allows the body to benefit from every bit of fat, protein and carbohydrate. In fact, Trenbolone first arrived on the market for the same reason. It was administered to beef cattle to enhance their feed efficiency.
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