STUPID QUESTION: How much Lifting Experience To Start A Cycle

Kai Palikiko           Jul.  21, 2020

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A lot of guys believe out there, I need to be at 8% body fat, I need to be competing already, I need to be in a professional sport. I don't need to be anything at all to start this lifestyle. 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, and that is gonna be in the description.

So I read a comment in one of the videos, and I wanted to answer this a couple of weeks ago, but I'm finally getting around it now.

So this guy was asking, I know everything about lifting, I've been lifting for years, but I know nothing about Gear. What do I do? I'm trying to get to the next level. What do I do? So my answer to that, simply, get a protocol, get a guide, get a mentor, that is the fastest way to do it, because even if our to be able to use, say Google magic for example, there's so many conflicting information.

And even though some of these information can be right, they're coming from different camps, right? So they come from different pathways. So if I were to assume that they're right, hypothetically they're right, but if we were to combine all those pathways, it will eventually be wrong anyways. So that guy who was asking that question, I'm sure the main reason why he's asking this is simply because he finally hit a plateau.

He's doing everything he can, he's lifting the proper way, he's eating the right way, he's doing everything he can within his control. But now he finally hit a wall, he finally hit a plateau. So what's the fastest way to get over that? Not endlessly sitting there, typing, trying to see if that's real or not, trying to go back and review and this and that.

That's not the fast track either. The fast track would be to do exactly what I did. You know, fortunately, a mentor found me, he took me under his wing and guided me the right way. And that's my biggest suggestion for anybody out there, because that is the only safe way to do it, by having somebody to mentor. 

That's pretty much it, somebody to literally grab me by the hand and show me hey, I know you're a guy, you're going to be basking about this, because that's how most guys are. My mentor told me, what are you doing? Stop telling me about what testosterone does. 

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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Your knowledge has nothing to do with any understanding of how this compound works, you have no idea what to do. You read about it, but in terms of actual experience, nothing at all about knowing testosterone.

The guy who left the YouTube comment, he's probably looking to level up as well. So he is looking to really go to that very next level. And the best way again to do that, mentor. The other reason why he probably is asking that question is not only that he hit a certain plateau on the lifting and the diet and whatever else he's doing, he's probably hit a certain limit of all that conflicting information he is getting out of Google magic.

Which is you have to know everything about lifting before you start, which is just wrong. Let me dive into this right here as well, because this really ties into that point. I've had plenty of friends, close guys to me, guys who I've trained personally, who had no knowledge in the past about working out at all, right, they would show me, I don't mean to make fun of them, but it is comical, they would show me some of their workout videos for critique. 

It's like dude, what is that? What is that? Their squatting had no form at all, their deadlift, they are rounding up their backs, their form just atrocious. But they were still able to excel very quickly in terms of their image, because of the lifestyle that they were doing, the Gear lifestyle. Check this out, because of the Gear, that was actually a motivating factor to help them out even more, right, because you know what's more addicting about this entire lifestyle? 

Seeing actual results. Dude, when this guy saw his bench go up significantly, not only that he wants to fix this form even more, he got even more addicted to the workout lifestyle. So he didn't just want to go oh God, I have to go to the gym today. No, he was more like, hey Kai, I know you've already done chest this week, but you know, could you do chest the second time with me because they were addicted to that type result.

The next thing you know, this guy started correcting his form, he started getting more disciplined about it, he started getting even more picky about how he looked. He started learning everything about the gym, about lifting, about proper form, about how to do everything right the right way. And also on top of that, because he was already on Gear, he was able to do both, learn about the Gear lifestyle, the protocols, the guidelines. 

While also being able to excel on the form as well. You don't have to do all the things about learning how to do the gym stuff, the form before you could get to the Gear. Both of those things can be done at the same exact time. For that guy who doesn't know anything about lifting in the past, now he knows everything about lifting, while being able to progress with the gear lifestyle.

 And then from my point of view, in terms of timeframe, the non lifter guy actually excelled faster than the guy who already had experience. Even though the lifter guy had a slight edge at the beginning, compared to the non lifter, kind of like hitting the natural limit, a lot of guys believe out there, I need to be at 8% body fat, I need to be competing already, I need to be in a professional sport. I don't need to be anything at all to start this lifestyle.

I mean, who's there to judge me to what I want to do with my body? Who's there? Nope, you're allowed to do it, you're not allowed to do it, and I hate that type of mentality man. Why is there a gatekeeper for me to want to excel? Why is there a gatekeeper for anything in life? Dude, if I have no idea about Gear, as long as I do it the proper way, because I do have a mentor, then what's to stop me? What is to stop me from doing Gear? 

Because this whole nattie limit, I can't freakin stand it. Because I've seen it time and time again, I've coached guys personally myself, they went from 350 pounds, down to 225. Where's his natural limit? They say, you know what, you need to get down to at least 14% body fat, then you can start this Gear lifestyle. No man, there's no nattie limit that we need to hit. 

Anybody and everybody can do Gear if they want to, as long as they have the proper guide and mentorship. In terms of actual limiting factor, there is no physical ones, right? The only natural limiting factor there is, is the mental part of it, not being mature enough, not being able to organize yourself, not following up on a certain guideline that somebody has given them. Pretty much it all comes down to maturity.

That is the only real limiting factor out there. When it comes to the mental side of it, if I'm not organized, then yeah, no, I shouldn't do Gear. If I'm not mentally stable, I shouldn't do Gear. If I had no discipline to literally follow a certain set of instructions then no, I have no room to do a Gear in my life. But again, all that, everything that I just mentioned right there, it's all the mental aspect and approach of it.

Everything I just mentioned can be changed. It's all up to that person, if they want to make that change. It's not stupid limiting factors out there either, like being 6% body fat or you already have to be a bodybuilder, in order for you to be a bodybuilder, you already have to be an NFL athlete. If you have any questions again, some guys, because some guys just don't know where to find it, where's your email bro?

It's in the description, it's a little triangle, you click on that, there is gonna be a drop down, there's going to be a link, you click on that link, you put in your name, your email, any question you have for me, it is going to go to my proton mail. Other than that boys, let's keep it real, let's keep it straight. Other than that, Kai here, out, boom. Take care.



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