For my second Ph cycle I wanted to lean bulk, so I choose to stack LGI Epi-10 and LGI Lmg-25.
I ran this at:
Results- well they came slow or almost non-existant for weeks 1-3, or maybe just not as pronounced as the last 2 weeks. Weeks 4-6 is where things really started happening. The Epi im sure kept this compound from going its natural course which is an all-out bulk, but at 125mg it shined. I went shot up 6 lbs in the last 2 weeks from 210 to 216 lbs. I liked looking big because I am more in the BB side of lifting than powerlifting for strength.
Taste- no taste because these are pills. Didn't smell bad either.
Side effects- This is a non-methalated ph, but a progeston so bumping it to 125mg made me keep a close eye for any sides associated with such a compound. I'm not prone to gyno or leaky nips, but nor did I want to experience these. I experienced no sides whatsoever, bulk but thats a good side in my goal set for this cycle. I did get some joint discomfort that was expected, but I also thought that the Lmg would offset the joint dryness that the Epi brought on. Just goes to show that Epi has strong effects on estrogen.
---my stack consisted of:
Up Your Mass (day shake post wo)
Muscle Milk (before bed shake)
T-force (help delay the boys from shrinkage and ackyness)
extra hawthorn berry (for the Epi BP spikes)
Exercise/diet- were as always as strict as possible. wo 3x a week chest/tri's, shoulders/bicepts, back/legs.
Final body weight was 217 lbs. I lost 3 lbs now that I have been out of PCT which I'm sure is water weight.
I rated "Overall, Effectiveness and Value" all at 9 because this was my 2nd Ph cycle (1st stack) and didn't have any other compounds to compare to from a stacking point of view. But in the end (last 2 weeks), I really liked this cycle. Probably the Lmg more so than Epi..
Although I have made a decision to not run dry compounds, I have an extra bottle of the LGI Epi that I'm not going to use. I don't know what the hell I'm gonna do with it lol. I like bulking products and will cut naturally if need be.