DAVID's Fraternity Question | Hormonal Adaptation

Kai Palikiko           Oct.  28, 2020

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One of the veterans in the fraternity wanted to share his personal growth, which is freaking phenomenal man, this guy looked absolutely amazing. And David, I just want to give you a shout out towards that. A newly initiated member just got in, and he wanted to ask for some advice, and I'm about to share with you David's advice right now.

What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you have any questions for me, the best way to reach me is the link to my email.

And you can easily find that link in the description. You click on that link, it takes you to a site, you put in your name, your email, any questions you have for me, it is going to go directly to my proton mail. Let me share with you exactly what David said because it's just absolutely phenomenal, and I'm going to give you my personal take on it as well. So let me see here, let me find that thread.

Oh cool, there it is right there. It's in the fraternity members area. That's why it takes a little bit a while. So one of the guys were asking about, you know, how to do his very first cycle properly, how to do it right, what to look out for, and what David said encapsulated our personal beliefs about lifestyle cycling. It was just absolutely phenomenal. So David responded with, I can offer this - start of slow, yet consistent, the first four to five weeks.

At least for me, were hell as my hormones had to adjust, but stick with it. You'll find that a lot of the lethargy and headaches will all of a sudden turn into a feeling of energetic power. At this point, stick to your eating and workout plan, and don't overdo it. I really started with three sets of 12 to 15 reps. I use a lot of lifts that Kai provides in the program. Concentrating on one body part a day kept me focused. I also did 30 minutes of cardio four days a week.

I did lower my carbs by eating carbs only before and after workouts, but I didn't cut calories much. I felt I need calories to help with all the new changes. Drink lots of water. I think my biggest advice would be to develop a plan and execute each day. Make shit happen, the fun part is when people start asking, what the hell are you doing, even though you may not realize you are changing. 

Dude, I love that. That 's one thing I love about the fraternity as well man, these guys are just absolutely phenomenal when it comes to sharing their personal stories, their transformation, and they're so helpful. I love the sanctuary that we developed. So every guy in the fraternity right now man, I just want to say I love you guys, thank you so much for just being frickin awesome dudes.

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, when it comes to what David said, I want to dive into it a little bit more, because a lot of guys who are newly initiated or just guys starting Gear in general, we all have to go through a phase of transformation.

And that's what we'd like to call testosterone flu or hormonal adaptation. Now, a lot of guys just view this off to the side, where oh, it's just test flu. Yeah, for some guys, it is just test flu, a very small amount of, you know, sniffles in the nose, feeling a little bit of a cold, but that's it. Now, there are a good amount of guys though out there where their hormonal adaptation, which is what test flu is, it's a little more harsh than others.

Like exactly what David had felt. For some guys it only  last for two, three days, David, his lasted for four weeks. That's how long he had to adapt. The best way if you're not initiated at all to this type of lifestyle, the best one for you to comprehend is the very first time you did a ketogenic diet, when you didn't eat any carbs at all. How did that feel in the first week? Did you liked the headaches? You feeling terrible, feeling lethargic? 

But we all know that's part of the process. Now, when we're trying to change the hormones within our physique to get the most gains out of it, absolutely, we have to go through some kind of transformation and adaptation as well. Exactly like what David had to go through, that type of transformation, for some guys, it's easy, for David, you know, that's what he had to go through. 

But, you know, David had this awesome thing in his mind where he knew he just needed to push, he knew that he needed to get over this hump, and then now he's rewarded for it. Like some of these guys who want to keep some stuff private, so I can't share his pictures, but I can't tell you, imagine, you know, a huge transformation where a guy losing 80, 90 pounds, and then it's not just like ok, I lost 80, 90 pounds, now I look average.

No, this guy looks freakin phenomenal. I'm talking about chest popping out, deltoids out, traps. It's just oh, I love that man. That's the reason why I love teaching, when I see a guy, you know, looking for some type of accomplishment and I could just be some part of it. Oh my God, it feels awesome. So that's what David had to share to the world, the fact that hormonal adaptation can be real for some of us, and it could be a little bit harder for some guys like David as well. 

This part right here, if I had to do all over again, the way I view it, because I did get test flu as well, dude I pushed through it. My test flu was this - the very first week or I pinned, I got the lethargic feeling as well. Guess what happened to me when I had the lethargic feeling? I just took or I thought I took a little bit of a nap, it was like 10:30 in the morning, in a grocery store, in the parking lot. 

Dude, I time traveled four hours later, by the time I woke up my phone had like 30 missed calls, 20 missed messages, it was insane how exhausted I got. But just like David, I pushed through it. It took me about a week and a half for me to get over my hormonal adaptation or my testosterone flu, boom done. I'm enjoying life now. So when it comes to hormonal adaptation or any type of adaptation I had to do.

Or what David had to do for his process, we just have to push through it. There isn't always going to be a resolution for something. It's not like I have Gyno, cool, take Anastrozole, I have weird thing from Tren, cool, take anti-prolactin. But some of these things just like, just barely grip it and rip it my brother. Some of these things, we just have to push through, and there isn't going to be a certain solution for it. 

We can't just think, ok, you know, there's got to be a fix, right? There isn't, for something that I had to experience on, there was no fix, I just had to break in bear with it and push through it. Simply put, my brother, I just had to deal with it. Like how I had to deal with me trying to make Deca happen. I did try to make it happen. I pushed it as much as I could, I dealt with it, I dealt with the depression, and it just wasn't for me. 

Tren, I did the same thing, I dealt with it as well, I pushed through it and now it's one of my favorite compounds. The same thing with this entire lifestyle man. That's how I view everything. That's how I view everything. PIP, are you freaking kidding me? I'm not gonna say that oh, I love pinning back then. Dude, it was scary. But guess what, I got over it, because we all know, orals only cycle suck, they don't work.

They are so much more dangerous than actually having to pin, so I knew I had to get over my fear when it comes to pinning itself. Let me just address one more thing here, it has nothing to do with hormonal adaptation, but this is just something for us to actually take a note of. When David said, you may not realize you're changing. That's the thing about this lifestyle. Everything is happening so quickly, the changes, the strength, the aesthetics of our physique man. 

Like some of these guys that I train, it's like, I don't know man, I'm not really getting the gains I'm looking for. Alright, cool, show me your blood test, show me your before and after pictures. I am like, are you freaking kidding me? Do you not see how phenomenal you look? That's the one thing about Gear, dude, I love this type of lifestyle, simply because of this - the gains are so rapid, that even myself I don't realize the changes. 

I don't realize how much I've grown, how much my chest has gotten bigger, how much healthier my skin looks and my lifestyle overall. So David made another good point. You may not be realizing you're changing to something phenomenal, until you step back, look at the data, it's like oh my God, yeah, my frickin total testosterone is at 1800, I look phenomenal, I can't fit into my regular shirt that used to wore a month ago. Yeah, that's real proof where dude, this stuff is life.

Like I said before, I know I'm getting off topic here, but this is much bigger than arms and abs. I've seen David's transformation and his lifestyle, his family, his loved ones, oh, I love that.  Anyways, email in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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