Losing muscle after steroid cycle

Hi Everyone! I had a GB on July 19, 2010. Four months out, 75 pounds gone from my highest weight of 250. I was a different sort of candidate. I have HH, or Hemochromotosis, (Iron Overload). My hair was already falling out due to the high iron. I had diabetes, severe arthritis pain, heart palpatations, and a slew of other problems. This surgery absolutely saved my life, and I have the self esteem of a beauty queen now. I have been reading that both diabetes and iron overload could be problems of the dueodenum, and since that section of the stomach is no longer used, the GB seems to “cure” the patient. I have been so thrilled with my results. The hair loss is kicking my behind, but I see from reading this, that mine really isn’t that bad. I am now taking a TOTAL OF SIX One a Day Vita Craves Gummies with immunity and energy support, which has the biotin and zinc in it. Spread out three times a day. I do dye my hair, I hate that gray, and I also permed it like a dumb dumb.. I feel as if the vitamins are helping, I am going to do the scalp massage, cuz, it feels GREAT!
The surgery has changed my life. I couldn’t eat sugar before without getting sick, now I can. It seems as though everyone is different, and now I can eat what I want. I do also drink soda, and thanks to the iron overload, I can drink tea. I am putting this out here, not to encourage anyone to be bad, because I do so.. SPARINGLY. I do not intend to take away what I have longed for, and achieved..
I would however, like for those of you who know people with Hemochromatosis, or Iron Overload, to please suggest that your physician take a gander at this surgery for relief. I was having to get one pint of blood removed a week, to lower my iron, and now, thanks to the GB, I feel normal, symptom free, diabetes free, and well.. HUMAN!

Don't forget to warm up properly  before each of these workouts.

Example sprint run
2 rounds: 5x20-40 meter sprints w/full recovery in between each (2 minutes) and 4 minutes rest between sets. "Effort is key here," Holder says. "Progressively increase the amount of sprints and distance you do as you move through weeks." If you can find a hill to do this on, even better. You can also do this on a stationary bike, Holder says. "A good circuit is 8-second bike sprint, 12-second recovery for 20 minutes, 3x a week; this has been proven to promote fat loss and muscle gain," he adds.

My experience is that doing short hard intervals, particularly if you've been off awhile or changed your routine, stimulates more cortisol release and insomnia. Once I get used to the particular difficulty level of the new interval, the physiological response seems to revert to normal. When I crank it up to the next level, I take a cortisol blocker for a week or two then I'm okay without the supplement until the next increase in intensity. Be warned that a number of the so-called cortisol blockers which are oriented toward weight loss (the newest marketing hustle for these products) are loaded with caffeine, which isn't going to help if you're fighting insomnia.

Hi Mike, I’m going to be working long hours this summer as a carpenter trimming platforms and painting them(can be very taxing and sweat is involved), and I was thinking of trying Intermittent Fasting to lose some stubborn fat that I have had around my waist for quite some time, is it ok to do IF along with my work days and treat the work as cardio? the main thing that is on my mind is that working in a fasted state could cause catabolism, and make me lose the muscle that I have built up so far. What is your opinion? and do you have any tips of losing the stubborn fat while keeping most of the muscle?

Losing muscle after steroid cycle

losing muscle after steroid cycle

Hi Mike, I’m going to be working long hours this summer as a carpenter trimming platforms and painting them(can be very taxing and sweat is involved), and I was thinking of trying Intermittent Fasting to lose some stubborn fat that I have had around my waist for quite some time, is it ok to do IF along with my work days and treat the work as cardio? the main thing that is on my mind is that working in a fasted state could cause catabolism, and make me lose the muscle that I have built up so far. What is your opinion? and do you have any tips of losing the stubborn fat while keeping most of the muscle?

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