Gym Etiquette 101 When Juicing

Kai Palikiko           Jul.  23, 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.

I knew I wasn't done, I knew I wasn't done, but I was too much of a pushover. That's where testosterone really balanced it out. Somebody would come in, hey, how many sets do you have leftover? Even though I literally just got there, because I was too polite, oh, I'm almost done, I'm almost done, it's ok, you can take it, you can take it. I was like, what?

What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you are trying to get a hold of me by the way, the best way to do that is the link to my email. 

Now the link to my email can be found in the description. You click on that link, you put in your name, your email, any question you have for me, it's going to go directly to my proton mail. So before I started Gear, the way I approached the gym, like the weights, the machines, anything like that, I would approach it in a very, very safe manner.

Simply because when I went to the gym, dude, there was a lot of guys out there that were intimidating, mass monsters, guys that were competing, guys who were in MPC, and you could just tell they knew their shit. So I didn't want to go to the gym and embarrass myself. You know what I mean? How terrible would it be, if I were to go pick up some heavy ass dumbbells, and I'd try to like overhead press it and I would fail?

Not even attempting, I am talking about the launch itself, that would be so embarrassing for me. Let me dive more into that type of culture as well. When it comes to the gym, people are always judging you, don't let these normies and pheasants who have that type of thinking, who have that blanket to where oh, just go to the gym, no matter how you look, nobody's looking at you.

People are always looking and judging you on top of that. Like the whole Planet Fitness thing of the whole no judge zone. No, that's not how our societal hierarchy works. We are always being onstage, meaning that people are looking at us, they're judging us and they're gonna assume something about us right away. 

This, the whole, you know, nobody's judging you, that is the biggest lie ever told about gym culture. Don't let anybody else tell you otherwise, because you do it yourself. What are you doing in between sets? Are you stretching and then just like closing your eyes and not look?

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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No, it's like going to the airport, you have no choice but to wait around, wait for your ticket, wait for your plane to be boarded. What else are you doing? You are people watching, just like how people are.

And they're not doing it out of, you know negative intentions, they're just doing it because that's how we naturally are. So knowing this, I would only grab the weights to where I know a 1000% sure that I'm able to lift that. I wouldn't load up a bar, I wouldn't pick up certain dumbbells, I wouldn't do anything to where I know for sure I could do at least 10 repetitions in good form, with that weight or whatever that workout that I'm about to do.

It would even go as far as like the machines, to where it's hard for people to really look how much weight you're doing. To me that was one of the insecurities, like unless I know for sure I'm able to do that I'm not even gonna go towards a heavier stack, unless to where I know, I am a 100% sure I'm able to do that machine. Now the moment I had the oil of the gods in my system, that entire outlook for me completely changed and it wasn't like a big transformation type of phase either. 

It just happened one day, the moment I was on Gear, I didn't even think about it. My behavior completely changed. This is where that much needed aggression came in, that masculine, wanting to dominate my sector within that gym finally kicked in, it was freakin awesome man, like I didn't even think about, you know what, let me prove to myself. 

No, I just naturally wanted to go for the heavier weight without thinking of am I gonna be able to lift this? Am I not? Am I gonna embarrass myself? I naturally just got aggressive with it as well. Testosterone got me aggressive and action taking. I was willing to risk things even in public like that man. Like, I've never done a certain weight before, a certain exercise before, and I wasn't afraid to go heavier at all.

I was willing to say, you know what, let's just see how this goes. Because in the back of my mind, I knew that I could rely on the Gear that was in my system, that was just flowing and circling in it, either the DBol that just popped in, or the testosterone that just kicked into my body, I had that to rely on. Because of that attitude brother, I was able to hit PRs that I didn't even know I was able to do. 

Because I went from the whole I'm afraid to pick up certain weights, to now you know what, I don't care, because I know I could rely on the oral that I just took, or the testosterone that was gonna kick in. Oh, man, I was able to lift certain weight, even I was surprised by myself, being able to launch a 120 pound dumbbells on each hand for overhead presses, just the fact I was able to put it right here, oh my God.

That was like, oh my God, that was so light, holy crap, let me just see if I can do a couple reps. And I was able to do it. Oh, my God, having that type of aggressiveness within me, just completely changed. PRs were easy, doing certain exercises were easy, being able to go there and try a new exercise as well, oh my God, it completely changed the way I look at the gym.

I didn't care anymore that people were watching me. Why? Because I wanted them to watch me. I wanted them to know that you know what? I've earned my spot to be here, I've earned being able to grab those heavy ass dumbbells to where I had to dust off the stuff out of it because I knew nobody else was touching it. Another thing that changed too was my mannerism in terms of being too polite. 

The moment, and I freaking hated it man, because I knew I wasn't done, I knew I wasn't done but I was too much of a pushover. That's where testosterone really balanced it out. Somebody would come in, hey, how many sets do you have leftover? Even though I literally just got there, because I was too polite, I'm almost done, I'm almost done, it's ok, you can take, you can take it. I was like what? 

I hate it because I was there, Kai, you're not done, what are you doing? But because I wasn't having that natural aggression, because I wasn't in on Gear, yeah, I would just give in right away. Now I would just tell people to fuck off and Tyler knows that, in a nice way. I would do it in a nice way to where it's like brother, yeah, you know what,  I just got here, I just warmed up, I got like eight sets ready to go.

And they will be understanding. To where before in the past, no, no, I'm done, I'm done, do you want me to set it up for you? I hated that. I promise you, I'm a nice guy, the guys who've seen me at the gym before, you've approach me before, I promise you, I am a nice guy. That's how testosterone and all the oil of t he gods really changed me at the gym, it got me more brave. 

More action taking and also a lot more assertive for the goals that I wanted to do. I really wasn't a pushover anymore. You know what I mean? I would set up my place, either the deadlift platform or the bench and I wouldn't give it up until I was actually done. We are inherently aggressive. 

Do not let the pacification of our natural society of how it is now, change of how you truly are. Embrace this aggressiveness that we have and exert that at the gym, in a proper controlled manner as well. Anyways, email, description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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