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    Question Running and AAS

    I have been training for years both for endurance and muscle growth. I have now been stuck for 2 years at the same level for muscle size. I'd like to go on a cycle to break that level.

    I was wondering if keeping the running (low pace, about 80 kilometers a week, with a 50km run), would strongly affect the muscle gains from the cycle, or if I as long as I eat enough it would not matter so much.

    Note that I'm not interested in improving my running speed.

    I usually run 3 times a week, and go the gym 3 times a week as well. I still do some cardio on the side such as indoor bike.

    Can I continue the running sessions while on a cycle? Or would it be totally counter productive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunningFree View Post
    I have been training for years both for endurance and muscle growth. I have now been stuck for 2 years at the same level for muscle size. I'd like to go on a cycle to break that level.

    I was wondering if keeping the running (low pace, about 80 kilometers a week, with a 50km run), would strongly affect the muscle gains from the cycle, or if I as long as I eat enough it would not matter so much.

    Note that I'm not interested in improving my running speed.

    I usually run 3 times a week, and go the gym 3 times a week as well. I still do some cardio on the side such as indoor bike.

    Can I continue the running sessions while on a cycle? Or would it be totally counter productive?
    Yea 80km a week in cardio, it's going to be hard to put on size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genixcon View Post
    Yea 80km a week in cardio, it's going to be hard to put on size.
    thats not necessarily true... its just trickier but ive done it several times... i have a cycle log showing more cardio than that with a 20+ pound weight gain and pics to back that up... ive coached many that have done just as much if not more cardio and been able to gain size... it comes down to diet structure and being willing to make the necessary changes.... its not the most ideal way to gain size, thats true, but it definitely can be done

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    the only steroid for runners i would recommend is EQ

    also hgh is a good option just use the right amount or you will be sorry

    fun story, I once ran a 5K while on dbol and i was actually winning the race until almost the 1 mile mark then i had to stop because my calves were exploding out of my leg. I ended up limping to the finish line. so don't you dare use the wrong steroid and think it will help your running because you will learn the hard way

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    this myth that cardio burns muscle will never die

    i gave up arguing this years ago on these forums because people still believe in the calorie in/out lie. hard to argue with billions in food companies lying to people on how the body works

    obviously if you are a runner carrying more mass is going to hurt you, hence runners don't focus on building muscle mass via weight training. it isn't that complicated. muscular people can't swim for a reason so it would make no sense for a runner to train to build muscle mass either. muscle will make you sink. the best endurance swimmers in the world carry 20% body fat, so so much for that theory
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    Thank you for your answers!

    Actually I'm not really looking at improving my running speed, but my running distance. There is this 100km race I'd like to do, but I don't mind taking 15h to finish it. I've

    If I get it right, EQ would be a good way to bulk a bit, while allowing enough recovery to keep up with the running?

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    It'll come down to your genetics. I used to run a great deal back in the day but at my weight now? Pfft

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunningFree View Post
    Thank you for your answers!

    Actually I'm not really looking at improving my running speed, but my running distance. There is this 100km race I'd like to do, but I don't mind taking 15h to finish it. I've

    If I get it right, EQ would be a good way to bulk a bit, while allowing enough recovery to keep up with the running?
    EQ will help you because it boosts RBC while not giving you sides that cripple running. but to be honest with you and you should know this is that the best way to train for a long race is to run long slow distance, the more miles you can put in without over training and hurting yourself, the more endurance you will build up. steroids don't really do much more than boost RBC so don't over rate their ability to help here. basically my point is Lance Armstrong didn't do what he did because of doping, it just helped him a little bit enough to crush records but without all that he still would have been great
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    It really depends on what level you're at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunningFree View Post
    I have been training for years both for endurance and muscle growth. I have now been stuck for 2 years at the same level for muscle size. I'd like to go on a cycle to break that level.

    I was wondering if keeping the running (low pace, about 80 kilometers a week, with a 50km run), would strongly affect the muscle gains from the cycle, or if I as long as I eat enough it would not matter so much.

    Note that I'm not interested in improving my running speed.

    I usually run 3 times a week, and go the gym 3 times a week as well. I still do some cardio on the side such as indoor bike.

    Can I continue the running sessions while on a cycle? Or would it be totally counter productive?
    Your diet will have to make up for the added expenditure if you want to add size

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