Gym Supplements

WorldWarII

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I Use NPL for most stuff. have good combos on their website. Got a reps discount coupon code for 20% off but not sure how liberally Im supposed to dish it out.
 

WorldWarII

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their black series is pretty good, got good gains without the loose stomach. the test charge x6 is especially good for a natural test booster. Its not gold standard but its not bad for the price. The pre-Workouts are iffy.
 

Pufferfish94

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For a while now whenever I train I end up feeling faint and getting blurry vision (seeing spots) and feel like I might be sick.

I have been training for years and while I had days like this before it is now a regular occurrence and its really affecting my ability to train.

I have been for my Discovery health check and all my values were perfect so not sure what the issue could be. I train first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, could be the problem, but don't have time in the mornings to have a full breakfast before going to gym. I also don't usually eat breakfast on days I don't train.

Any ideas / suggestions?
 

xcaliber

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For a while now whenever I train I end up feeling faint and getting blurry vision (seeing spots) and feel like I might be sick.

I have been training for years and while I had days like this before it is now a regular occurrence and its really affecting my ability to train.

I have been for my Discovery health check and all my values were perfect so not sure what the issue could be. I train first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, could be the problem, but don't have time in the mornings to have a full breakfast before going to gym. I also don't usually eat breakfast on days I don't train.

Any ideas / suggestions?
Go to a doctor
 

jman

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For a while now whenever I train I end up feeling faint and getting blurry vision (seeing spots) and feel like I might be sick.

I have been training for years and while I had days like this before it is now a regular occurrence and its really affecting my ability to train.

I have been for my Discovery health check and all my values were perfect so not sure what the issue could be. I train first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, could be the problem, but don't have time in the mornings to have a full breakfast before going to gym. I also don't usually eat breakfast on days I don't train.

Any ideas / suggestions?
Try eat a banana or something before and see if that works
 

bromster

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For a while now whenever I train I end up feeling faint and getting blurry vision (seeing spots) and feel like I might be sick.

I have been training for years and while I had days like this before it is now a regular occurrence and its really affecting my ability to train.

I have been for my Discovery health check and all my values were perfect so not sure what the issue could be. I train first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, could be the problem, but don't have time in the mornings to have a full breakfast before going to gym. I also don't usually eat breakfast on days I don't train.

Any ideas / suggestions?
What supplements are you using? Sounds like a blood pressure issue.

Easy a banana every day on your way to gym. Keep doing it for a week and see how you feel.
 
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