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 36yrs • M
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For those of us who aspire to be fit as we can, this is something in our body that we would want a bit less of. We wouldn't want to eradicate it, but having about 30% less than normal would produce dramatic results in body composition.

One can look at animals born with genetically-low or absent myostatin expression and see what happens. Dudes in white coats are playing with proteins that block myostatin to varying degreess. Imagine, a drug 4x more potent than anabolics with absolutely no side effects. The sport of bodybuilding, or even just hitting the gym to look good for the ladies as some fellas do will be done for haha. Discuss.

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 36yrs • M
A CTL of 1 means that DannyDuberstein is a contributing member of Captain Cynic.
Check out these myostatin misfortunes. I think it would be great to use a drug that would lower myostatin, again, some odd 30%. Some of these creatures, however, have excessively lowered myostatin that verges on the level of non-existence.


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