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Can one build a tolerance to DNP?
I'm currently on day 25 of a 30 days cycle, and all the sweat, carb-cravings and heat has disappeared. I was actually freezing when I woke up today. The first 20 days was "normal", but gradually I noticed slight changes in side-effects.
The first 20 days I ran 250mg ED, and I've bumped up to 500mg ED from there on, with no apparent change.
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How to you guys fit lifting into your schedules? I just started this summer, and the prospect of cramming 2.5-3hrs of lifting 3 times a week into my schedule is grim it seems. Between running various student clubs at uni, double majoring (not to mention trying to fit my minor in) for my pre-med track, studying for classes/doing the hw, and work in a research lab that involves day-long surgeries and menial data conversion, I see little space to work out as much as it seems it is necessary to. Hell, that is not even factoring in any leisure like spending times with friends/gf (I am pretty sure I will end up lifting alone in the school year as well), playing vidya, or reading. Last year because of classes I could hardly find time to eat (though I have a much better class load now), let alone eat enough to bulk up.
TL;DR, how do you find time to work out enough to "make it" with busy lives?
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Fuck the fitness industry. What they've done to simple exercise and nutrition is ridiculous.
When they subliminally make you think that : abs are true key to sexiness or biceps make you more of a man. Even with nutrition. They turn the simplistic form of initiative eating into.... "That carb is bad, eat only this with that, eat blah blah ONLY AT NIGHT, protein shakes every night and morning, or cheat meals only once a month"
My opinion of it all, from being involved with the field ever since high school is this.... It's fucking stupid nowadays. Exercise and nutrition is supposed to be about maintaining who YOU ARE and becoming HEALTHIER. All the guidelines and notions they give you is bullshit. While It may work for SOME...it Sure opens the possibilities of developing self image issues or even eating disorders for MANY. It all makes you loose touch with your own body's actual requirements and nutritional desires. Stop trying to loose weight because you see your girl Julian is at that weight, or try and build those bull dozer pecs because its what will get the girls, or have Ronnie Coleman as your set body goal "why anyone wants to look like that is truly a joke" . Exercise and eat healthy because YOU want to. Stop the meal timing/ planning and constant healthy meals . Eat mindfully what YOU want, all in moderation of course. Workout when you WANT to not because you missed your chest and bis day. If you are doing all of the effort for the reasoning of acceptance or thinking you'll become better of a person... then you need to check your relationship with YOURSELF, see whats good in your life and THEN make your decision.