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Tuesday, January 4th, 2011
2:47 pm
[lgsciences]
Sports Supplement Digest - Preview - Issue #1

Welcome To The First Edition of the Sports Nutrition Resource Guide.  Below are various links that we've found informative and highly interesting in regards to all things sports nutrition.   Please enjoy and feel free to input any comments you may have.ISSUE #1: JAN 2011
 
Guys Pay Attention: Does Creatine Make You Bigger In ALL Areas?

This hormone is a metabolite of testosterone that is one factor in penis length and overall height. In fact it was found that afro-american men have more of this hormone than caucasian men, even though their testosterone levels are the same...READ MORE


Novedex XT – Review and Side Effects

There is no doubt that Novedex XT boosts testosterone, and is very effective at changing the estrogen to testosterone ratio with very minor side effects. Unfortunately studies have shown that changing this ratio does not increase muscle mass...READ MORE


 

The Top Muscle Builders Supplements On The Market

If you want the top Muscle Builders Supplements, you need to consider the basics of whether your diet and training are in order. You can’t grow unless you have a proper diet and exercise plan in place. I suggest downloading a free workout plan like the one here to help get...READ MORE


LG Sciences Un-Leashes HOT new Product - REZOLUTION

Dieting sucks! The worst part about a diet is the miserable cravings and bad mood that you get when you go without food. These bad moods may be caused by the denial of DOPAMINE in...READ MORE


 

 alt=Muscle Building Herbs: Do They Really Work?

Tribulus Aquaticus is an herbal extract sold as a muscle builder and a replacement for anabolic steroids. Users do report some benefits to the herb, but overall there is little to no data supporting it's use as a sports supplement meant to boost or act like testosterone...READ MORE


 

3Beta-Hydroxyandrost-5-Ene-17-One - Nature's Miracle Androgen

3beta-Hydroxyandrost-5-Ene-17-One is a androgenic hormone that is sold in the United States and in some other countries for anti-aging and overall fitness. This androgenic hormone is being used by people from 21 to their 90's as a way to increase the natural...READ MORE




Monday, December 20th, 2010
12:03 pm
[lgsciences]
M-Drol Supplement Review
M-Drol is the generic name for the anabolic steroid Superdrol, which is a synthetic illegal substance that will show up on numerous drug tests and also could have the potential to do major bodily harm to people who don’t use it properly. Superdrol is characterized by the nomenclature 2a,17a di methyl etiocholan 3-one, 17b-ol which also appears on the M-Drol label. M-Drol is a straight copy of the original Superdrol product from anabolic xtreme.

Superdrol (also M-Drol) might sound like an easy way to gain fast muscle, but it is low quality muscle weight that you will lose. Many guys experience the effect of gaining 20lbs of muscle..Read More at androcycle.com
Monday, November 29th, 2010
3:21 pm
[lgsciences]
1,4 AD is Now Illegal
Hey guys,

Just wanted to spark up some discussion on the infamous 1,4 AD.   Did you now it's illegal now?
Here take a look at my article about it.

http://www.androcycle.com/14-ad/
Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
2:35 pm
[lgsciences]
The Muscle Builder's Supplement

Best Muscle Builders Supplements

 Before you pick a muscle builders supplements you want to have your diet and exercise plan ready to go. Without a proper diet and exercise plan you won't be able to grow, so make sure you follow a good one.  There are many free workout plans like this one available on the internet:   FREE WORKOUT PLAN

When you choose a good diet and workout plan, then you can move on to proper muscle builders supplements for gaining mass.  There are many muscle builders supplements available on the market and you can get lost with what to choose. This should serve as a guideline for what kind of muscle builders supplements to choose.

 Creatine

 The most commonly used supplement that beginners start with is Creatine.  Creatine is one of the best muscle builders on the market because it can help a bodybuilder in three separate ways.  Creatine is one of the safest muscle builders supplements out there and has been studied since 1994 for safety.  Creatine builds mass by adding in an immediate water gaining or "volumization" effect to muscle. Also, creatine recharges ATP, which gives you more energy to perform. Finally, Creatine can block key enzymes that tear down muscle which will ultimately help you carry more mass.

 Amino Acids

 Amino Acids are the second part of our muscle builders supplements.  Amino Acids are not the same as straight protein from meat or even protein shakes.  Actually, a recent study has shown that ingesting and amino acid supplement before your workout will help you gain 33% more muscle each time you exercise.  The amino acid Leucine is the most important anabolic amino acid.  You need this amino acid in almost every supplement you take.  Our favorite stack that has creatine, leucine and other amino acids is found here and will give you all of the basic building blocks for muscle growth:   THE PERFECT STACK

 This stack is amazing because it gives you protein, creatine and amino acids for growth and is the best stack for the beginner who wants to put on tons of muscle while staying away from anything hormonal.

 The Next Step

 If you want to take your workout to the next level, you need to look at something stronger like an herbal testosterone booster or natural herbal androgen.  These two ingredients optimize the hormones of the natural athlete by increasing testosterone levels. 

 Testosterone boosting is going to help you increase aggression and muscle mass when in the gym.  You can boost testosterone naturally, using herbs and other supplements that boost your testosterone naturally.  Unlike steroids, these don't screw up your normal production of testosterone, they actually signal your body to make more testosterone.  The most popular testosterone booster on the market can be found here:   THE BEST TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER 

 If you want to go a step further, you can use natural herbal androgens. These ingredients are going to act like testosterone in your body and give you the natural boost in mass and strength that comes from steroid use, without being on anything that is a steroid.  You can be confident that these are not going to cause you to piss hot on a drug test. You can use these to give yourself a natural gain of 6-8lbs in a month.  A great natural steroid replacement and muscle builders supplements can be found here:   THE BEST STEROID REPLACEMENT 

 Steroids...legal and illegal

 Steroids are the holy grail of all sports supplements. They are still available on the internet, in gyms and in many countries they are not considered illegal.  Anabolic steroids are able to put on 10-12lbs of mass in one single month and can certainly be the best muscle builders for people wanting to get big.  People should be over 21 before they take any kind of steroids because these muscle builders supplements are not natural.  Also they can cause you to fail a drug test if you are an athlete or tested professional.

 Most steroids are illegal in the US, but there is one still legal steroid that you can take, which will help you boost your testosterone levels and give you massive gains in the gym.  This steroid is available without a prescription and can be a huge benefit for the experienced athlete looking for the best muscle builders supplements on the market.

 You can find these legal steroids HERE:

 Now that you have the basic muscle builders supplements, you can choose which one is right for you and start to put together your own program for putting on tons of mass.  Remember all muscle builders supplements are subject to proper diet and exercise and nothing will replace hard work, so you need both to succeed...

If you like my article, please check out my others:

 Whey Protein Shake Review

D-Aspartic Acid Review

6 OXO Review

Chrysin Review

Massularia Acuminate Review

Creatine Effects

How to Use Andro In A Cycle

Is Tribulus Terrestris Worth The Hype?

Feeding Your Body:  Creatine Nutrition

Are There Any Side Effects With Creatine?

What Is A Creatine Serum?

Is There Science Behind Tribulus Aquaticus?

Creatine Powder Vs. Creatine Pills; Which One Works!


The Best Creatine On The Supplement Market:  LG Sciences Anadraulic State GT

1 MP Review

Muscle Pharm Assault Review

The Perfect Workout Stack: Trifecta Stack

Branched Chain Amino Acids: Are They Really Needed?

Supplement Review: Formadrol Extreme XL


The Natural Alternative To Steroids


Supplement Review:  Endothil CR Review

Supplement Review:  VPX Anarchy

Supplement Review:  Methyl Masterdrol
Wednesday, September 1st, 2010
10:17 am
[vegawriters]
UILC's 20th Annual 5K Run and Roll!!!
Would you like to get some exercise while supporting a good cause? The Utah Independent Living Center is holding their 20th Annual Independent Living 5K Run and Roll September 11th at the West Jordan Memorial Park. Registration is at 8:30 am and the race starts at 9:30. The cost is $15 pre-registration or $20 at the race. All proceeds go to benefit people with disabilities served by the Utah Independent Living Center. Categories include runners, walkers, as well as handcycle and wheelchair divisions. More information and registration forms can be found at www.uilc.org or call 801-466-5565.
Friday, November 14th, 2008
12:09 pm
[vegawriters]
Noodles and Company Helps out UILC!!
Noodles and Company on Fort Union Blvd is hosting a benefit night for the Utah Independent Living Center. On Friday, November 14, 2008, they will be donating 25% of sales from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

Come in at any time between the hours of 5-10 pm and order from Noodles and Company’s incredible menu of dishes that range from Asian to American cuisine. Please let the Noodles crew know you’re there to support UILC. Afterward, come by the UILC table to talk to a staff member about what’s happening at the Center.

UILC needs your help. With your support, we can continue to serve the community of people with disabilities—increasing independence one day at a time.

Where:
Noodles and Company Fort Union
6901 S. 1300 E.
Midvale, UT
801-565-7256

When:
Friday, November 14, 2008
5-10 PM

For More information on the Utah Independent Living Center:
3445 S. Main St.
SLC, UT 84115
801-466-5565
www.uilc.org
Thursday, November 13th, 2008
10:17 am
[vegawriters]
Noodles and Company Hosts Benefit for UILC - Come Join Us!
Noodles and Company on Fort Union Blvd is hosting a benefit night for the Utah Independent Living Center. On Friday, November 14, 2008, they will be donating 25% of sales from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

Come in at any time between the hours of 5-10 pm and order from Noodles and Company’s incredible menu of dishes that range from Asian to American cuisine. Please let the Noodles crew know you’re there to support UILC. Afterward, come by the UILC table to talk to a staff member about what’s happening at the Center.

UILC needs your help. With your support, we can continue to serve the community of people with disabilities—increasing independence one day at a time.

Where:
Noodles and Company Fort Union
6901 S. 1300 E.
Midvale, UT
801-565-7256

When:
Friday, November 14, 2008
5-10 PM

For More information on the Utah Independent Living Center:
3445 S. Main St.
SLC, UT 84115
801-466-5565
www.uilc.org
Wednesday, October 29th, 2008
4:41 pm
[vegawriters]
Friday, August 29th, 2008
3:38 pm
[vegawriters]
UILC Holds 18th Annual 5K Run and Roll
August 29, 2008

For further information contact:
Kim or Debbie: 801-466-5565
www.uilc.org

UTAH INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER
HOLDS 18th ANNUAL 5K “RUN AND ROLL” RACE

Saturday, September 13th, The Utah Independent Living Center (UILC) will hold its 18th Annual 5K “Run and Roll”. The race will begin at 9:30 AM with registration at 8:30 AM at the Redwood Recreation Center (3060 S. Lester St. (1595 W.) in West Valley) and chart a course down Lester St. to West Parkway Ave. Proceeds from the 5 K will go toward continuing UILC’s 26 year tradition of increasing the independence of people with disabilities. UILC is a private non-profit, non-residential agency that provides independent living skill training to people with disabilities in order for them to live more independently in their comminutes. UILC teaches classes such as cooking and nutrition, communications skills, financial management, and public transit usage. Other services include recreation, deaf enhancement, assistive technology (AT), nursing home transition and diversion, an AT Loan Bank, and a youth program. UILC provides information, advocacy, public awareness, and education on disability issues. Race pre-registration, before September 13, is 15 dollars. Registration on the day of the race is 20 dollars. The registration fee includes t-shirt and all present are entered into a post-race prize drawing. For more information, call Kim or Debbie at 466-5565 or visit www.uilc.org.
Monday, September 10th, 2007
9:52 am
[vegawriters]
UILC Annual 5K
September 10, 2007
For further information contact:
Kim or Cathy: 801-466-5565
www.uilc.org

UTAH INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER
HOLDS 17th ANNUAL 5K “RUN AND ROLL” RACE


Saturday, September 15, The Utah Independent Living Center (UILC) will hold its 17th Annual 5K “Run and Roll”. The race will begin at 9:30 AM with registration at 8:30 AM at the Redwood Recreation Center (3060 S. Lester St. (1595 W.) in West Valley) and chart a course down Lester St. to West Parkway Ave. Proceeds from the 5 K will go toward continuing UILC’s 25 year tradition of increasing the independence of people with disabilities. UILC is a private non-profit, non-residential agency that provides independent living skill training to people with disabilities in order for them to live more independently in their comminutes. UILC teaches classes such as cooking and nutrition, communications skills, financial management, and public transit usage. Other services include recreation, deaf enhancement, assistive technology (AT), nursing home transition and diversion, an AT Loan Bank, and a youth program. UILC provides information, advocacy, public awareness, and education on disability issues. Race pre-registration, before September 15, is 15 dollars. Registration on the day of the race is 20 dollars. The registration fee includes t-shirt and all present are entered into a post-race prize drawing. For more information, call Kim or Cathy at 466-5565 or visit www.uilc.org.
Tuesday, August 7th, 2007
12:40 pm
[vegawriters]
UTAH INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER HOLDS 17th ANNUAL 5K “RUN AND ROLL” RACE
UTAH INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER
HOLDS 17th ANNUAL 5K “RUN AND ROLL” RACE

Saturday, September10, The Utah Independent Living Center (UILC) will hold its 17th Annual 5K “Run and Roll”. The race will begin at 9:30 AM at the Redwood Recreation Center (3060 S. Lester St. (1595 W.) in West Valley) and chart a course down Lester St. to West Parkway Ave before circling back around to end at the Recreation Center. Proceeds from the 5 K will go toward continuing UILC’s 25 year tradition of increasing the independence of people with disabilities.

For the past 16 years, residents of the Salt Lake Valley have joined with UILC – be it on foot or by wheelchair – to raise funds for the programs at the center UILC is a private non-profit, non-residential agency that provides independent living skill training to people with disabilities in order for them to live more independently in their comminutes. UILC teaches classes such as cooking and nutrition, communications skills, financial management, and public transit usage. Other services include recreation, deaf enhancement, assistive technology (AT), nursing home transition and diversion, an AT Loan Bank, and a youth program. UILC provides information, advocacy, public awareness, and education on disability issues.

In 2007, The Utah Independent Living Center celebrates 25 years of working to increase the quality of life for Utah residents with disabilities. Events such as this one give the community a chance to come together and show their continued support for UILC’s efforts. Last year, the UILC served over 1500 people and expects that number to increase in 2008. Money raised at this event will ensure that all people who walk through the door receive the services they need.

Pre-registration, before September 15, is 15 dollars. Registration on the day of the race is 20 dollars. The registration fee includes t-shirt and all present are entered into a post-race prize drawing. Registration begins at 8:30 AM. and the race starts right at 9:30 AM. For more information, call Kim or Cathy at 466-5565 or visit www.uilc.org.
Wednesday, July 11th, 2007
7:22 pm
[seadolphin]
Power chair bowling and soccer
Check out seadolphin for the July 11 post on bowling and soccer for athletes who use power chairs.
Wednesday, June 20th, 2007
1:20 am
[abcripcouples]
Study for women with disabilities and their male AB partners

Are you a Woman with a Disability involved with an Able-bodied man?

Or an Able-bodied man involved with a Woman with a Disability?

Is your Disability Visible to other People when you are out in Public?

If so and you live in surrounding Bay Area of Northern California and have been in a monogamous relationship for at least one year:

You are invited to participate in a Study conducted by a psychology student at California School for Professional Psychology which Explores Your Relationship.

If you are interested Contact through this LJ page.

I am a graduate Student at Alliant International University, where I am getting a doctorate in psychology. I am looking for WOMEN with a VISIBLE PHYSICAL DISABILITIES who are with MEN who are ABLE-BODIED. THE WOMAN HAS TO HAVE HAD A VISIBLE PHYSICAL DISABILITY WHEN SHE FIRST MET THE MAN.

 

**This study has this particular criteria because it is studying certain factors and is not meant to be discriminatory towards anyone that does not meet this criteria. If you are a person or couple that does not meet this criteria  but would like some referrals please contact me.*:

 

 

Saturday, February 10th, 2007
2:20 am
[teegeearass]
New
Hi there. I'm Theresa. Just a brief introduction.
I'm 20 this year. I was born with spina bifida and I'm a full time national swimmer. I train 11 sessions a week. 2 hours each time. Yes, it's tough. But it definately helps keep me fit. So glad I took up swimming. It's got me travelling all over, meeting new people. Though it took alot of personal sacrifice, it's been a real blessing to be swimming.

Got any questions, feel free to ask. (:

Current Mood: sleepy
Friday, December 29th, 2006
10:58 pm
[didkisseasy]
Hello :-)
This community seemed interesting so I decided to join. I'm a seventeen year old girl from Finland and have had a spinal cord injury (para, t7) ever since a car accident I was in fifteen years ago. I do different kinds of sports a lot and would probably be in a very nice shape if I only didn't like eating even more than I like working out. So I guess my goal for the upcoming year is to start eating less and more healthful food.

Ok... just wanted to introduce myself somehow. I hope my English doesn't sound too bad. :D
Monday, November 27th, 2006
11:55 am
[moonstruck_girl]
Are you tired of people thinking just because you have a disability, you can't be attractive or sexy? So are we!

Join nonuglydisabled!

Both sexes welcome!
Sunday, September 3rd, 2006
8:54 pm
[transman58]
having major wheelchair issues......
so, my power chair is not running.  i'm not sure what is wrong with it, but i put it on the charger last night and when i tried to move it this morning, the LED indicator just blinked and the chair would not move.   i disengaged the battery for a few minutes and moved the chair into the living room.  i re-engaged the battery and turned it on, but still nothing.  this is a really upsetting turn of events because i have school on tuesday, and i really need the chair for school.
unfortunately, because of Labor Day, i can't call anyone about repairs until tuesday.  so, i will have to use my manual chair until this situation is resolved.

this is not the way i wanted to start out the semester, but the powers that be must have a different plan.

if anyone has knowledge of the Quickie P220 that may be assistance, i would be eternally grateful.

X-posted


Current Mood: annoyed
Friday, May 12th, 2006
6:27 pm
[technomom]
In honor of FM/CFS Awareness Day, a new podcast & blog
You are cordially invited to the grand opening of Fibrant Living, the only podcast to focus on living a full, joyous life despite fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, or other chronic illnesses.

You can find Fibrant Living and its companion blog at http://fibrantliving.com/ . The feed is at http://feeds.feedburner.com/FibrantLiving , or available on LJ at fibrantliving.

Fibrant Living is produced by Sam Chupp of the Bear's Grove, DragonKin and Bardic Circle podcasts.
Sunday, May 7th, 2006
11:27 pm
[ironbelle]
CFS and fitness....
hello,

I am new to this community and was wondering if anyone else has cfs and is trying to stay fit? I used to be a very fit person, however I am struggling to maintain that level of fitness (or any at this point:). If anyone has any suggestions/etc that would be great! I would love to get back into weightlifting again....

take care,
iron
Monday, April 17th, 2006
2:42 pm
[prouddmary1980]
Help please....well if you can....
Hey guys and galz, Ok I can't recall if I posted here before so I'll give an intro anyhow. My name is Mar, I am 25, a lesbian, with CP, from Ireland. I am a law student and a DJ as well as a college radio presenter. I am giving a work shop on Disability to a group of women in two weeks time, have you any suggestions as to what shape or form the workshop should take?
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