Kai Palikiko           Jan.  29, 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.

Great, I found this amazing compound that would fix my life, but now it's a guaranteed acne all over my body. So I get hundreds and hundreds of emails a day, and one of the more common themes that I get out of really beginner guys looking to go into TRT. 

Pretty much has the same type of feeling and I don't mean to laugh at it, I'm not laughing at these guys, but I'm more like thinking oh my God, I had the same exact worry, same exact question, and pretty much same exact paranoia when I started

And it always goes to same exact thing. Now, when it comes to TRT, most beginners, most new guys, they research it, which is awesome, they Google it, they find out what the Wikipedia, meaning of it testosterone is, finding out the positives and the negatives, and here is the more common theme that I always get out of it.

A lot of people, they read the good stuff about testosterone for example, right, sounds awesome, Test replacement therapy is for them, they see the symptoms, they see what they need to do, they see that, oh my God, this is the perfect fit for me, this will actually solve a lot of stuff that I'm going through now. 

The lethargic feeling, the depression, the ED, all that stuff that a lot of people have, that they want to do TRT with, because it will actually solve their problem.  

Now, here's where the funny thing is, because I went through the same exact phrase, I would read all the positives and I would look at it as this, oh, ok,  that could possibly happen to me, I could get gains out of TRT, I could get the benefits out of it. Now, when I went into the section of the possible, the possible risks, I wouldn't look at as possible risks, right? 

For some odd reason, in my mind, I would look at it as a guaranteed consequence. And I would look at the possible side effects, like for example getting acne. I wouldn't look at it as a possible risk of getting acne, I would look at it great., I found this amazing compound that would fix my life, but now it's a guaranteed acne all over my body.

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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For some odd reason my mind would gravitate to the possible risk to a guaranteed consequence instead.

Another one would be insomnia for example, possible risk of insomnia. Nope, it's always going to happen to me. So for some odd reason, I would look at it that way. For some odd reason, my mind would just gravitate to the negative things out of TRT, even though I've never done TRT before. This was just me before I've done Gear ever.

Before I even pin anything, this is me during my research process, like how some of you are out there right now, researching about TRT, going to a TRT clinic, I'm sure you even speaking to the guy in the white lab coat, and I'm sure he's telling you about the negative side effects of what could possibly be at risk, but I'm sure you went through the same exact thing what I did. I would have looked at it as a possible risk, I would look at it as a guaranteed consequence. 

So I'm here to tell everybody right now, at least with my personal experience of testosterone, all of these possible risks is not a guaranteed consequence. They have to write in Google, they have to write it on the Wikipedia page, because it is a possibility, right, it is a possibility, a risk that I could get acne, I could suffer from insomnia. 

But just because it says it right there doesn't mean it's a guaranteed consequence. Like me driving my car, for example, like me driving to this exact location right now. Is it a possible risk that I could get into an accident? Of course, of course. But is that guaranteed consequence? Is it guaranteed like if  I sit in my car right now, start driving, I make a left turn, boom, it's an accident?

No, it's not. It's a possible risk, but it's not a guaranteed consequence. Now, I didn't know anything about this, until I took that leap of faith and I actually did my very first cycle of testosterone. And in fact, every single possible risk that I read about, never even happened to me. And I did my very first cycle, I don't think I did it right, I was infrequent with my pins, I didn't know what I was doing, I had no guide, I didn't know what I was doing. 

But all the possible risk didn't even come true. It didn't even come to fruition. But for some odd reason, I still get this to this very day, because like this battle, I still face it to this very day now. Anytime I read up on a new compound, a new thing, this is a day to day thing that I have to literally go out of my natural way of thinking, looking at the possible risk and not looking at it as a guaranteed consequence. 

Another one would be EQ, and this is a good one, just to be fair with everybody. One of the possible risk of EQ is nosebleed because I would have a higher count of RBC during my cycle of EQ. Now, did I actually get that possible risk Yes, I did.

Yes, I did, halfway through my RBC count started climbing really high because I didn't do any of the proper protocols, my nose started bleeding like crazy, halfway through the cycle. So when it came to the EQ thing, it wasn't a possible risk, because it actually did happen to me. I actually did get the nosebleeds and the side effects that I read about on Google, it actually did happen to me. 

So some of these things can possibly come true. But then again, I didn't do the protocols, I didn't know about donating blood, I didn't know about taking Cialis, I didn't know about taking aspirin. So some of these possible risks can be easily avoided if I know the proper protocols in all this stuff. 

So all the questions that I'm getting out of the email, out of my proton mail now, it's just really comical because again, I remember those days, I remember those days because even though I had nobody to ask it, I would think about it in my mind. I would read up on something, oh, man, this looks amazing, oh my God, Tren sounds awesome.

Great, I can't do it, clearly it says that, you know, my heart rate is going to go increasingly fast and all this bad stuff, and I'm thinking, ok, cool, the possible risk in my mind in turning into a guarantee consequence, even though that is not true at all, especially if I know the proper protocols for each compound to do to avoid any of those possible risks. 

So that's my message for you today, when it comes to any of these possible risks that we would read up on Google and Wikipedia, I don't want you to think it's blown out of proportion because again, it is a possible risk, but that does not mean it's a guaranteed consequence.

Speaking of my email, by the way, if you have any questions at all, the best way to reach me is clicking the link right below this video, it's going to take you to my website, you put your name, your email, and any questions you have, I will directly answer from me to you. Other than that, Kai here, out. Take care.



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