My name is Jon Anthony, and I’ve personally tried Cardarine for fat loss and body building—and in this article, I’m going to relay my experience.
Not only that, but I’ll also cover the results I got from my Cardarine cycle, the dosage I used, which SARMs to stack it with, and much more.
If you want an honest Cardarine (GW-501516) review, then take it from me, that this supplement is GREAT for endurance and fat loss.
So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at this interesting new supplement, how to use it safely, what the evidence suggests, and much, much more.Read More
If you want to hookup with girls on Bumble, then this will be the last guide you need—I do not speak lightly when I say this, gentlemen.
I’ve been an avid user of online dating over the past five years, and I’ve cracked the code… systematized the process, so that you don’t have to.
In this article, I will present you with the exact A-Z process I used to get 7 new numbers in just 24 hours, and 3 lays in just 1 week from Bumble.
So, sit back, relax, and get ready for the ultimate Bumble hookup guide.Read More
If you’re looking for an honest Coastline Kratom review, then look no further. This article will cover everything you need to know.
Chances are you’re wondering if this is a decent kratom vendor, or if you’re just going to get scammed and end up with some half-dosed bullshit.
Well, I recently bought a ton of strains from Coastline Kratom, and would like to offer my full review of this kratom seller.
I’ll cover the history of Coastline Kratom, the best strains, the strength of their kratom, and more. So, without further ado, let’s get started.
I’ve been getting a ton of questions about how to do a SARMs stack lately, so I figured I’d put all of my experience and knowledge into an article.
People keep asking me… What’s a good SARMs cycle? What’s the best stack for bulking? What about for cutting? Well, I’ve got your answers here.
In this article, I’ll be showing pictures of my SARMs stack results, and explaining what the best stacks are for bulking & cutting.
It’s all from experience, too. This isn’t some bullshit armchair bro-science. I’ve actually tested this shit myself. So, with that in mind, let’s get to it.Read More
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how to run a SARMs PCT lately, so I figured I would write an article explaining how to do it.
A lot of guys don’t fully understand how a PCT works, let alone if one is even required after a full cycle of SARMs.
In this article I’ll cover how to run a PCT for SARMs the right way, including dosage, length of time, what you’ll need, and more.
So strap in, grab a cup of coffee, and get ready to learn exactly how to run a post cycle therapy so that you KEEP your gains from your cycle!
I haven’t been posting on my blog as much in the past year or so, mainly because I’ve been focusing on a lot of things behind the scenes.
One of my major focuses in the past few months, has been growing my social media presence—particularly my Twitter account.
Along the way, I’ve met quite a few interesting people on Twitter, from the infamous Cobra Tate, to the cryptic Life Math Money account.
One person, namely Ed Latimore, really stood out to me, though. Not just due to his long list of accomplishments, but due to their variety.
He’s a former heavyweight boxer and Army veteran, and he holds a degree in Physics. He’s also a blogger, best-selling author, and Twitter influencer, as if simply being a former heavyweight boxer wasn’t impressive enough.
Ed wasn’t born with much, though—in his own words, he grew up in “the hood” and struggled with alcoholism all his life. This, in my opinion, makes his long list of achievements even more impressive.
In his own words, he was able to come out of poverty, and build a better life for himself. He shares much of the lessons he’s learned from doing this, on his blog, which I highly recommend you go check out if you have the time.
In many ways, Ed Latimore embodies the “warrior philosopher” spirit which the ancient Greeks held to such high esteem. He holds not only accomplishments of the body, but accomplishments of the mind, as well—and this, in my opinion, is something not easy to do.
With everyone self-quarantining lately, it seems that we’ve all got the same concerns. How do you stay in shape when you can’t go to the gym?
While a home workout isn’t as good as a full gym workout, it’s still a nice way to keep your gains—and that’s what we’ll be covering today.
You definitely won’t get jacked from a home workout plan, but you can still get lean and shredded, and at least keep much of your gains.
So, with that in mind, I’m going to share the workout routine I’ve been doing from home, in order to keep myself in shape. Let’s go.
Every dude in the world wants to build more muscle, and it’s really not hard to see why. Being jacked has a ton of benefits.
If you’re jacked, you’ll get more girls. You’ll look better. You’ll be more confident. You’ll command more respect from others.
As shallow as it is, looking good comes with a ton of benefits. Just ask any female bikini model, or male sex symbol.
So, in the spirit of helping men all across the world get shredded as f*ck, here are my top tips to get jacked as fast as possible. Let’s go.
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t like the taste of SARMs. You know what I’m talking about… that gross-tasting alcohol flavor.
Of course, most of us just suck it up and use our alcohol-flavored SARMs, but what if I said that you could get sour gummy flavored SARMs?
I’ve recently been trying out the SARMs from Rat’s Army, and I want to write a full review article on their FLAVORED SARMs…
And, of course, the results I’ve been getting from this stack of RAD 140 and Ostarine. So, grab a cup of coffee, and let’s get to it.Read More
I’m always looking for new ways to optimize my focus and get more stuff done, so when I heard about Gorilla Mind rush, I just had to try it.
I’d seen a lot of other guys review it, and they spoke pretty highly of it—but does this stuff live up to the hype, or is it just another scam?
In this article, I’d like to present an honest review of Gorilla Mind Rush, and my experience after taking it for 1 whole year.
So, with that in mind, let’s get to it!