Just an introduction

Hi I’m 37 I had gastric bypass done last year I have lost 220 lbs and I am looking for any advice on how to put lean muscle on not scared of hard work. I would love to hear some solid advice on were i should start.


Welcome aboard! There’s a lot of help and knowledge here on this board. Welcome!


Welcome. Great place to learn, diet is number 1,have you ran a cycle before?


Welcome brother. All board the gain train!

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Welcome! Great place to learn and grow.

Yes I did back in 2013 then had some legal issues lol but now I’m on HRT right now 300mg a week cyp I’m was wanting to add tren e and dbol looking for a trustworthy and reliable source

Welcome! :+1:

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Welcome aboard!

Honestly with gastric bypass I’m guessing you’ll have to consume lots of shakes. Also not to be a dock but isn’t getting that surgery kind of skipping the hard work of losing weight




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Hi @Cdubb908


Yooo. What’s up brother!you’re doing a fantastic job on the board. I may not post often but do read many posts daily. Glad to be part of this growing community. :+1::100::muscle:


Thanks buddy how’s the dog?

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He’s great sometimes separation anxiety being that work picked up. Lol! Thanks for asking.

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Hahaha you are a dick @Dirtnasty!!! I personally don’t know anything about the surgery or his situation. But just had to point out the obvious. Still love ya !!!

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Welcome bro. Diet 40% sleep 40% (consistent sleep schedule) gym 20% (but give it 100% when in the gym). That what I’ve learned since I’ve been on here.

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