Old school bodybuilding steroid cycle

This interesting training and regime was developed by Steve Holman , the Editor-in-Chief of one of the oldest and most popular fitness magazines on the planet – “Iron Man Magazine”, and his wife Becky . Old School Training is now being recognized by reputable fitness trainers all over the world. Steve, as the long-time editor of “Iron Man Magazine” has seen the many changes and thinking over the years. Both he and Becky have been able to tap into the most successful bodybuilders’ training methods and have seen what works and what does not What is more they have tried out all the different methods and theories which have been introduced over the years – and they kept coming back to what really works. And that is the F4X Protocol…birthed by the sweat and tears of men and women who are long gone, and tested by everyone from grandpas to elite-level athletes. It works FAST. It works EVERY TIME . You just have to be willing to work yourself. There are no free rides, miracle pills, or inefficient exercises found in Old School, New Body. Why? Because none of that crap works, and you know it. What you will find interesting is that both Steve and Becky are in their 50s, so they like you don’t have the time to train stupid. You are obviously want to build muscle after 60. You also are interested in improving your health, you quality of life and in looking great. But inaction will not get you anywhere. Do not be daunted by the thought of bodybuilding after 60.  Many older men are embarking on this great way of living and benefiting enormously.  It is only by acting positively that you will ever achieve what you want. I heartily recommend this “Old School New Body” system and I urge you to visit their website at and change your life for the better

“BEYOND BRAWN is an encyclopedia of information, detail upon detail, of all of the subtopics related to weight training. It is not a powerlifting or weightlifting “book.” This is the book that remains on the floor next to the bed or on the night table which can and should be looked at nightly. It should be brought into the gym and reviewed prior to training, as a reminder to do things correctly and well, and for motivation. This is a book that can serve as a reference for those who seek factual, useable, effective, practical and applicable training information that can make a difference in one’s quest for muscular size and strength. It is information upon information about how to train properly and effectively if you believe in the concept of “basics first” training. I obviously liked it a lot and recommend it highly.”
Dr. Ken E. Leistner

Hi steve,
I'm 15 6,2 unsure of weight but around 14 stone
I have been bodybuilding for around 4-5 months and have made good gains gone from 14 inch arms to and chest has got a lot bigger to ( as well as all body parts just used them as example )
I go to school still and only have enough time to eat 3 meals a day
Breakfast cereal maybe some egg
Lunch around 180g chicken some salad, pasta or cus cus
Dinner what ever my parents cook usual a chicken based dish
Is this enough calories or too little or too much? Also protein carbs etc
Would appreciate a reply with some help

Old school bodybuilding steroid cycle

old school bodybuilding steroid cycle


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