Gear Mistakes Beginner Bodybuilders Make... and How To Avoid Them!

Kai Palikiko           Nov.  5, 2020

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.

When it comes to me using anabolic Gear, the gains are absolutely going to come fast. But here's the one thing that I cannot take a shortcut on - when it comes to the learning experience, I have to take my time for that. 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.

Now you can easily grab that link in the description, you put in your name, your email, any questions you have for me, it's going to go directly to my proton mail.

Just to let you know, a lot of guys are asking me about the shirts that I wear in this video. If you want to grab this exact shirt, I'm gonna leave you a link in the description as well, click on that, and we're going to ship this shirt out to you right away. So when it comes to me getting gains, right, even on TRT stuff, dude, the gains are absolutely freaking massive and they come in really fast. And I don't have to do much. 

I mean, you're telling me I just have to pin like what, twice, maybe three times a week, say with just testosterone, that's all I have to do, and the gains are going to be coming. They are rapid, they're faster, they are insane, and I feel good about it. Now, when it comes to the learning experience though, this is the one thing where there is no supplement for it, there is no thing that I could take, there is no anti estrogen or prolacting or some kind of Tren that I could take for the learning experience.

What do I mean by that? When it comes to me learning how my body reacts to Gear, nobody's gonna be able to tell me, there's not going to be a thread or a forum to where I could read about my own body and how it reacts to it. So every single cycle that I do, even to this day, even to this day, the way my body behaves is not - it comes close, it comes very close, but every single cycle that I do.

I always view as something completely brand new, because every single cycle, either cutting, bulking, maintenance, even my cruise or my post cycle therapy, something is always different. Now, it doesn't have to be a negative thing, either. It's usually something where oh, that's right, I'm not holding as much water retention, or I might need to increase my Caber a little bit to get rid of my prolacting levels that did spike within the cycle. 

Every single time, it's always different. On top of that too, when it comes to say testosterone flu, everybody gets that, everyone, even the veterans get that, I get that myself.  Now, it may not be as obvious as say, a beginner or a completely brand new uninitiated guy that's going to be on TRT or Gear, their type of hormonal adaptations or testosterone flu is going to be a lot more apparent.

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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They don't know how it feels, they don't know how to adapt to it. To me, I already know what to expect, so that's why I don't panic bought it overall. I have to take my time.

That's the biggest mistake that a lot of people do, even the guys who are veterans, or think they are experts about it. They feel like oh, I already find my sweet spot with my AI for this particular cycle. They believe that sweet spot for their AI applies to all cycle. It doesn't, it could constantly change. Now, it may not, but it could constantly change, because that's the thing about our physique, it's always changing.

I'm growing, I have new cells in my body, I may react to say, test cypionate or enanthate differently on that next cycle that I'm going to do. So every learning curve that I do, the biggest mistake that a lot of new guys do is they try to feel like there's going to be a solution for it. When it comes to hormonal adaptation, meaning testosterone flu, meaning I feel lethargic within the first week and a half of my cycle, I feel groggy, I feel tired, I feel a little bit more sore - there's no cure to that. 

That is like the lifestyle of cycling to where I'm getting introduced to it. So I'm not going to try to rush it. I'm going to accept it for what it is. I'm not going to try to find a cure for it, I'm not going to try to find a shortcut for it, I'm not gonna say well, is there something I can do? No, I'm not going to do that. I'm going to enjoy every little bit of it. 

Even the bad sides, dude, the very first time I got, I'm sure you've heard of this story by now, but let me just tell it again. The very first time I got on Tren Ace, that was a freaking nightmare. But the reason why I didn't view it as that - I accepted it. I loved the fact that I was sweating like crazy and I had insomnia. Why? Because I finally got in with real Gear. I was finally able to feel something like oh my God, this is how it feels.

So let me enjoy this the best as I can, I'm not gonna see, you know, me having cold sweats, I am enjoying this. No, it was hell. But when I got through it, I now know how I react to Tren Acetate, and I'm always going to know exactly how that feels, so that's why in the future, I'm not gonna want to hit that panic button. I'm not gonna be like, oh my God, what's going on? Is there a fix to this? What can I read about? 

I would just take it for what it is, adapt to it, learn to live with it, and actually do not panic about it at all, because certain things within this lifestyle cycling.... And it's not bad either man, like some guys who really panic about it, oh my God dude, it's like here's our masculinity, we're just gonna throw it out now and start whining about it. 

We shouldn't, this is part of being mature. It is not going to be like I'm living day to day from here on out, feeling that cold sweat from Tren. No, it's never gonna be the case. And not just the negative, even the positive as well. I need to remind myself that I just need to accept it for what is and really learn. That's what it's all about, not just to be safe about it, is to actually learn how it feels, the bad sides, the good sides, how I react to it and every single cycle from now on. So that's what it is.

The gains are going to come fast, but when it comes to the learning experience of it, I'm just going to take my time, learn everything about how my body reacts to it, and just enjoy the ride. Anyways boys, my email, right in the description. Other than that, Kai here, out. Take care.



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