agree with Thorny, trac labs, sis, tm all fucking suck compared to dunning & dimension.
ive competed many times, and these are my only two labs i use throughout my prep, although i prefer keifei halo for finishing off in the last 2 weeks.
if you wanna compete and come in with genuine dic skin, drier than every other competitor then stick to the following compounds. Dunning Test Prop, Dunning Winny, Dimension Mast Prop, Kiefei T3, Duninng Primo, Dunning Tren Ace, Pharma Anastrazole & Letrozole, Dunning Proviron, Keifei Halotestin. Use the Dimension, Keifei and Dunning Var, and i always get more pump and striations with Dunning than the others. I dont think its a better var, its just a better dosage imo.
My next comp is 8 weeks, will be hitting stage at 3% thanks to these guys.
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