Kai Palikiko           Oct. 7, 2019

Kai Palikiko has had over 10 years personal experience with Anabolics. His Personal Training Techniques have been responsible for thousands of men achieving their personal and professional goals, and you are getting access to the copy n paste steps to replicate them.

One of my biggest fears back then, before I've started Gear is the fact that I thought I had to choose which pathway in life, meaning this - do I choose to use Gear and look godlike? Or do I sacrifice my fertility and never have kids ever again?

Because that's what a lot of people were pushing, especially the uninitiated, the uninformed, and pretty much mainstream media.

If I start doing Gear, I can never have a family in the future, because I would wreck my fertility, no more natural testosterone, all that bad stuff. Which is pretty messed up. I mean, Jesus, you would think that, you know, mainstream media will be the outlet to tell us the truth, but it's not. And that's the reality of it.

So in my mind, when I started doing Gear, you have to really think. I literally chose to work on my physique, to guarantee the goals that I wanted. So I sacrificed, you know, having a family. Now before I continue, I just want to give you a quick reminder, I am not a doctor, and I do not recommend any of the lifestyle choices that I have made.

Remember, when I started all this, mainstream media made me truly believe I can never have kids again, because I did one cycle of Gear. Do you know, how messed up that is? That misinformation is so wrong.


It's practically evil, of how that's being spread around. Because again, when I started, and for a very long time, couple of years after that, I thought that I would never be, you know, because that could really mean that I want to be dedicated towards a girl, it would literally dictate my lifestyle choices after that, do I still want to invest in one girl???

And this is the most important thing about this truth, or any other truth out there related to Gear, this type of information is crucial. It is so important. So now we know the actual truth of this stuff. Is it safe to do? Is that the right path for me? What are the real consequences? And what is the fake information out there that's being regurgitated over and over again, by misinformed people who have no idea what the truth fact is?

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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And let me make this perfectly clear. Knowledge. information should never be hold back, even if we don't agree with it.

Because this is the truth, right, just because we don't agree with it, just because it doesn't fall within our lifestyle, it doesn't mean we should inhibit or prohibit a person from learning this stuff because that person might need TRT, and we're going to tell this guy oh, wait, you can't do that.

Because you might limit yourself from having a family. When it comes to the truth, when it comes to knowledge. I say let all out, to be out and open. This way it guarantees that there's no misinformation. There is no bad information out there, that's just completely wrong. 

So what it comes to all this, the reason why I'm so hard and so adamant about making sure everybody knows the truth - I just want people to make the right decision. If they want to be able to do TRT, if they want to do Gear, if they want to do PCT or not, whatever, they decide, at least they know exactly what the result of that is.

So the truth, literally how cheesy it is, it will literally give us the information we need to make the right decisions. Not stating the truth is much more dangerous, because that's where I was, nobody told me the truth. So for the longest time, when I started Gear, I thought I was limited.

And that was it right there for me, that was it, I would never be able to pass down my genes. How messed up is that? So for anybody out there who thinks that this information should be kept secret, not be put out there - ae you kidding me? 

Come on, I get you have that knee jerk reaction because you're not well informed, or you're just regurgitating the same information you've heard over and over again. But this is the truth, and I want to make sure that I am direct with it. 

And here is where the real facts come in. There's a reason why I have my protocol of doing a post cycle therapy after every single second cycle, meaning this, I would blast for 12, pretty much, right, between 12 to 16 weeks, blast for 12, cruise for 4, blast for 12, and then I'll do my post cycle therapy.

For anybody who's not initiated, the whole purpose of a post cycle therapy is to keep my natural testosterone functioning, is to keep my fertility up. So if I choose to or if I want to, or accidentally, which never going to happen, right, I am very paranoid of that stuff, but if I choose to have a family right now or have a kid, I could easily do that.

I get my fertility checked twice a year, I get my blood tested four times a year. If I want to have a kid right now, I can easily do that, especially with the protocols that I have will post cycle therapy. If I was, say, a little bit older, or if I already have five kids running around, do I need to do something kind of PCT?

No, not at all. I could blast and cruise forever, indefinitely. The whole purpose of a post cycle therapy is to literally guarantee me that I can have a family or kids in the future. That's the whole point of that. So of course, I'm still going to do a post cycle therapy, because I want to guarantee that in the future as well.

Yeah, I want to leave a legacy. I want to have a little bunch of guys running around everywhere. So of course I'm going to do a PCT until then. Which kid am I going to stop at, one or two? I don't know. I'll have that with my girl I'm going to be with, I will decide that. But for now, to keep that avenue open, to make sure and guarantee that's still going to be an option in the future, that's why I'm always going to do a post cycle therapy. 

If I'm already in a part of my life to where I already have a girl, married, three kids, $50,000 in college tuition, then no, I don't need to do any more PCT, I could blast and cruise and guaranteed no more kids. Can I still have kids though, even if I'm blasting cruising for quite a good while?

Yeah, there's still a percentage of that. I don't want, you know, guys that I am training, I don't want them to miss understand that oh, we not have a birth control for males? No. Could I still get a girl pregnant, even if I've been blasting and cruising for years? Yes, that is still a very strong possibility.

So this isn't like the new condom or the new birth control for men. There is still a possibility to where I could still get a girl pregnant, even if I've been blasting and cruising. I could still get a girl pregnant right now, and I'm in a full blast, I'm at the high of my cycle. That is still a possibility. 

Because I've heard some horror stories of guys thinking oh, ok, cool. I could have all the no condom going in rock, cumming in the girl, and I'm guaranteed, right, to where I'm not gonna have a kid. No, that is not the case whatsoever. 

Oh, by the way, before I let you go, in the description right down below, Tyler puts my email down there.

So if you have any more questions that you want to really dive into it and you need much more detail, and you want to keep it a little bit private - go ahead, email me, my information is right down there, in the description right down below.





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