90% of Men Don't Know This About Testosterone

Kai Palikiko           Oct.  9, 2020

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When it comes to lifestyle cycling, when it comes to me using Gear and having this type of fun, amazing lifestyle, this particular part, what I am about to tell you, not a lot of guys know about. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you have any questions for me, the link to my email, you can easily find that link in the description.

So let's go into a hypothetical question, or a hypothetical scenario I mean. Let's say I'm doing a cycle, it's my very first time doing it. 

And I've added something new, a new compound that I've never tried before. Say I were to do Superdrol, I was doing test and Supedrol for the very first time. And I'm starting to experience a couple of weird bad sides that I particularly don't like. When it comes to the side, I'm starting to get a little bit lethargic, I'm starting to feel terrible, the drive is not there anymore, I feel just, I feel terrible, right?

Just a terrible all around feeling. The one thing that not a lot of guys know about, it's very logical, but they think I have to treat it something different when it comes to this type of lifestyle cycling, or just using Gear in general, a lot of guys think that I have to keep going. Brother, if something feels bad within a particular cycle, you know what I could do? I can simply just stop.

So if I'm allergic to a certain Gear, if I'm not feeling good about it, if something's wrong, if something's causing high estro, I could just stop. A lot of guys think like once you start a certain cycle, I gotta keep going. I don't need to do that at all. When it comes to secondary compounds.

For example, say I don't like DBol, I'm holding too much water retention, Superdrol is wrecking my liver, or a certain copper like Tren, my core temperature is way too high, I'm getting way too bad sides, I am sweating like crazy, I don't need to keep going with that compound, I could literally just keep doing my cycle, I feel something bad, and I could just stop. So I know it sounds illogical for us to talk about it with me and you right now. 

But when guys are on a certain cycle, and they've never done it before, they think they just have to power through it. Now with that being said, though, if I'm getting a certain bad side, and it's minimal, if it's something to where I'm just getting a little bit by sweating, I'll tolerate that, certain things are tolerable for me to go with that particular cycle. But if something truly feels bad, I could easily stop that.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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Now, that comes to certain things though, that I have to know. If I were say to do a certain cycle and something feels bad, and I want to stop it, if I were in the range of TRT, I could just simply stop that full blast cycle and go into my TRT range until I figure out what's going on.

That's part of my protocol. All I have to do is stop all that nonsense that I don't like and go back to my TRT, if I was already on TRT. But say, if I was blast, cruise, blast, post psychotherapy, if something feels bad, I'll stop all that nonsense, and I'll go directly straight into my post cycle therapy. That's it. It's literally that simple.

But again, I guess if I were to put myself in a certain situation to where I'm new to that compound, I'm new to lifestyle cycling, I would have the mentality of if I were to stop something bad would happen. I totally get that, I comprehend that type of thinking, but no, nothing bad is going to happen. In fact, if I were to keep going while something's already bad that's happening, then something worse is going to come out of it. 

But if I were to stop something that's causing me high water retention, high BP, stuff like that, I could simply just stop. That's it. Here's a good example. There are some guys out there, not a lot, but some particular guys, they experience way too high of an RBC count while they're using EQ. So they're getting a lot of anxiety, they feel anxious, they feel paranoid, they just feel weird, too much energy. 

Something like that to where they just, they're just not liking it. Ok, I'll just stop the EQ and I'll keep going, say with my test and Anavar. I could simply just cut that particular compound out, because I'm feeling bad about it. And again, I know you're thinking like Kai, isn't that logical? But you have to think though, a lot of guys who are in this lifestyle cycling, they are going off based out of, say emotion, they really want to get the results.

They really want to get the vascularity out of EQ. But if a certain compound just doesn't work for me, I'm just going to stop. And that's what I did with Deca, my very first time using Deca, I got low energy, I got depressed, I was feeling terrible, and I did power through that. My second time around, I did the same thing because I really wanted Deca to work. But the third time I stopped in mid cycle, because I was just feeling really bad. The depression was there, the depression was kicking in and I was like...

And there was nothing wrong with my life either, my estrogen levels were dialed in, everything's dialed in, but the third time me trying out Deca, I just couldn't do it anymore. So I stopped at mid cycle, but I did keep going with my test and DBol, because that's what I was doing, test, Deca, DBol. 

I kept the test, I kept the DBol, I just completely took out the Deca out of that equation. Because Deca does have a very long half-life, it did still feel terrible for te rest of time, but I didn't feel it just as bad though. The moment I took Deca I got some kind of relief. So this goes with any compound out there. The same exact thing happened to me when I was doing, when I ramped up my DNP for example.

And again, I love DNP, and at the same exact time though I ramped it up a little too high for one particular cycle. You know what I did? I just stopped it, because it was also towards the end of my cycle anyway, I think it was like around week nine, week 10 and I felt like I got a good enough body fat cut down anyway. So I just completely cut the DNP. The sweating stopped, me having a higher core temperature, that completely stopped as well. 

So I was able to make that entire cycle work out. But again, going back to the safety measurements of it, if something does feel bad and I really want to cut everything out, even the blast cycle part, I'll just cut everything out and I'll go back to my regular TRT dosages. That is it, if I were on TRT. But remember, if I still do post psychotherapy for the sake of fertility, I'll cut everything out and then I'll go straight into my PCT section of my lifestyle. 

So that is my basic protocol if something feels bad, I can simply just stop. Simple, right? Anyways, my email, it is right in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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