As a non-aromatizing androgen, dihydrotestosterone is extremely potent. Aromatization refers to the conversion of testosterone or anabolic steroids into estrogen. High estrogenic activity causes bloating, acne, water retention and oily skin. As dihydrotestosterone does not aromatize even at high dosages, users do not face the aforementioned side-effects. Lack of water retention also has a hardening effect on muscle tissue, in bodybuilders. Being a powerful androgen, dihydrotestosterone is also responsible for a shift in the estrogen-testosterone ratio in the body. Due to its predominant androgenic component, the steroid has a stimulating effect on the adreno-pituitary functions, and causes neurological excitation in the ‘sexual orientation areas of the brain’. This in turn, spikes sex drive in males.
I'm looking for something new, several years i'm doing each muscle group at the certain day and do not mix them. Like Monday chest & biceps, Wednesday back and triceps, Friday Legs and shoulders. And it's really hard to stay all other days without a visit to the gym!!! One more thing is if I do legs only once in the week, every time its like a first time! I mean painful. What you think if I would change it to Muscle & Strength Intermediate Full Body Workout would it do any better? And what should I do the other days as can't keep my self home :) by the way im 35.
Thanks in advance!
Boldin, a second-round draft pick out of FSU in 2003 (he dropped on boards after a slow 40-yard dash, but his size and smarts and physicality proved more than enough to get him what little separation he needed to be an inviting target for his quarterbacks), retires after 14 NFL seasons with Arizona, Baltimore, San Francisco, and Detroit, and he racked up some truly impressive numbers along the way—they honestly caught me by surprise, given that seemed rarely if ever to have been the No. 1 receiver on his own teams, or at least not the top vertical threat. He finishes with 1,076 receptions (ninth all-time), 13,779 yards receiving (14th all-time), and 83 touchdowns caught (23rd all-time). Add to that three Pro Bowl appearances and a championship ring won with the Ravens in 2013, and Boldin is a pretty good candidate for the Hall of Fame. (I wouldn’t dare make an actual prediction of his chances, given the Pro Football HOF’s often inexplicable selection process.)