The PROPER WAY To Use Aromitizing Inhibitors To Find THE SWEET SPOT

Kai Palikiko           Jul.  17, 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.

With starting TRT or blast cycles, some of my guys that I trained, they're very gifted when it comes to testosterone to estrogen conversion, meaning that they don't convert on a higher rate when it comes to test to estrogen conversion. 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 that link can be found in the description.

Like myself, for example, I don't need to use a lot of Anastrozole, if none at all, when I do my TRT cruise or my blast cycle, because I barely convert testosterone to estrogen on a high rate.

So I barely have to take my Anastrozole, because I don't have a lot of elevated E2 or estrogen type of symptoms at all. But with that being stated, there are a good majority of the other guys that I do train to where they do convert testosterone to estrogen in a moderate to high level as well. It doesn't matter if they're doing a cruise, a TRT.

And especially in a blast cycle, they definitely have the symptoms of high estrogen levels, which kind of sucks, but, you know, we have ways around that. And they're the basic symptoms, acne, ED, you know, itchy, puffy nipples, stuff like that, your basic E2 symptoms. Now this is where a lot of guys get confused. How do I personally approach that?

When I see that I do have symptoms, because I'm not that gifted when it comes to my genetics, when it comes to testosterone to estrogen conversion, how do I negate those bad sides that I honestly don't want? You know, I'm sure nobody likes to walk around with itchy or puffy nipples.

The best approach no matter how scary and worrisome it may be, and not hitting that panic button, the best approach is micro dosing. No matter how scary the situation is, the best way is my micro dosing. I can't hit the panic button and start taking all the Anastrozoles that I have that I just homebrewed. I have to keep my composure. 

Now I can't give it to my fears, simply because of this - if I were to give into my fears, I'm gonna start taking a crap ton of Anastrozole and guess what? That's gonna crash my estrogen, which causes the same - that's so frustrating too because if I don't take enough, I get the E2 symptoms, if I take too much, I get the E2 symptoms as well. 

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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So either way, I gotta be masculine about this, I have to be an adult about this, and I gotta keep my composure. Now hypothetically, I do it the manly way, I microdose, now I got rid of my E2 symptoms, right?

Now what? Do I stay at that dose? Do I lower it and do I go back to the beginning? Do I stop taking this? So pretty much the moment I get rid of those bad E2 sides, the acne, the itchy nipples, do I stop taking my Anastrozole now because it's gone away?

Do I lower it? What do I do? Once I have established the right amount of AI that I need because I microdosed up there, that is now my new established amount that I need to take per week. If I were to go back down, guess what, the E2 sides are going to come back. 

If I keep increasing it, guess what, I'm going to crash my E2 levels as well. So the moment I have established my new amount of Anastrozole that I've taken, that is going to be now the rest of my cycle that I need to keep where my AI is. And this could be for Aromasin, Proviron, Anastrozole, whatever my AI is going to be for that cycle. 

So once I established the new amount, that's it, I can't go high, I can't go low. I need to stay there the entire time for the remaining of my cycle. Now in terms of bloods, because obviously, that would be the best way to approach this, even though it's not practical for most people, the way they approach the blood test. 

If I were to take my blood and I see that I find my sweet spot for my AI because I have microdosed it, then that's where I need to keep my AI. Ultimately, that is the best way, by getting my bloods done. And pretty much this is the most common problem with E2 management.

This is where a lot of guys get confused, because they're not really sure if do I stay at that amount? Do I lower? Do I increase it? What do I do? I'm not sure anymore. But you know, part of that man, part of the confusion part of the not knowing what to do, it's part of the process. 

To me, it's fun, because I know the protocols and the more important part of it, the reason why it's fun for me, because I keep my composure, I don't start hitting the panic button, I don't start to worry, it's like, oh my God, whatever symptoms that I get out of any cycle, I know that they're only temporary, because I could easily fix that.

You know what I mean? We can't be immature about it, and start panicking like this, because that's the most common sign that I see out of most people. They give into their fears. The way I look at it, dude, it's just an itchy nipple. Ok, I can get rid of that within two to three days. boom, done, nice and easy. I get it, for people out there who don't know, and they don't think there's a solution for it, yeah, sure, hit the panic button. 

And that's why the best approach to AI is by microdosing, because I slowly inch into the right amount that I need. If I were to take a big amount guess what happens? I may fix it, but now do I lower it? Where do I go? Am I taking too much? 

I have to go back down to square one again. I'm not sure, so that's why taking a big amount, like a lot of TRT places suggest, which is just completely wrong. I'm not here to say now, it's like well maybe they don't know or maybe they just, you know, are reading the pamphlet wrong.

TRT clinics suck at, you know, knowing AI protocols, they just don't know what they're doing, straight up. Anyways, email right in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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