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Ecdysterone "Ecdy-Bolin" Goes Head-to-Head with Dianabol and Wins!

What an incredible compound! Not only does ecdysterone 
facilitate a tremendous amount of positive effects in the body, 
but it elicits zero negatives! Think about it. Here we have a 
compound that has gone head-to-head with steroids in studies 
and won anabolicly with none of the associated side effects of 
steroids! One study conducted by top Russian researchers 
paired ecdysterone directly against Dianabol, one of the most
powerful anabolic steroids developed. The study showed 
equivalent anabolic activity with one exception: ecdysterone 
stimulated both slow and the all-important fast twitch 
muscle fibers, while Dianabol only stimulated the slow 
fibers! I think it's safe to say that yes, there are anabolic 
steroids and growth hormones in existence that are more 
powerful than ecdysterone. That's to be expected. But 
what if you could have a compound similar to that in power, 
but with no side effects? It goes without saying that if this is
indeed true, ecdysterone merits a closer look.

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             FITNESS TIPS FOR 6/2/2004          

Building the Body and Sleep - A CRUCIAL part of the muscle 
building process that is neglected by 95% of bodybuilders.
By Doberman Dan

Most people make building muscle way too complicated.

First, you have to train to stimulate muscle growth.

Then you need to eat the right things to support that growth.

Then thereís supplementation to help support muscle growth and 
give things a little bit of a boost.

And last but not least, you HAVE to allow recuperation to take 
place.  And that happens with rest, time away from training
and the most important part of recuperation - SLEEP!

If youíre short-changing yourself in the sleep department, youíre 
not gonna gain like you should.

How much sleep do you need for maximum repair  and growth?  
You might be surprised.

In my humble opinion, 8 hours a night is the minimum if youíre 
really training hard and trying to put on muscle mass.  10 hours 
is better.

I have heard that some of the pros, while bulking in the 
off-season, sleep 12 hours per day.  Of course, thatís a little 
easier to do when your profession is bodybuilding and you 
donít have to hold down a job like us regular folks.

But if youíre not getting enough sleep, youíre going to pay for 
it in the gym.  

And forget about "making it up the next night" like some people 
say.  If youíre depriving yourself of just 1 hour sleep per night 
that you need for recuperation and growth - thatís 30 hours of 
sleep youíll miss in a month.  When, pray tell, are you going 
to "make up" 30 hours of missed sleep?

Bodybuilding is not rocket science, but you have to give equal 
importance, time and attention to all parts (training, nutrition & 
recuperation) in order to maximize your gains.

So donít neglect the importance of sleep.  

If you havenít been getting at least 8 hours of sleep a night, try 
sleeping 8 to 10 hours a night for a month and see if your 
gains donít improve.  

I bet they will. 


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