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    Testosterone boosters

    yes, they can. However, a crap diet and mediocre training program will certainly decrease the effectiveness of your testosterone booster. And a great training program and a solid diet can both help you build muscle and boost testosterone.
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    Anyone still following>?

    Yeah for sure Daz, 👍 Gym nation is lucky to have someone as knowledgeable as yourself on here. I often come here for gooòd accurate advice you can trust is correct. (depending on the source) of course. Shit I've spent hours on nzbb/gym nation each night after training hard out, And learned so much from all the info here. At one stage I was a beast 😁 from doing it. I have won a few different prizes on here aswell,from a 3kg tub of balance whey protein powder to gym nation tee shirt, nz muscle singlet and other stuff. This place use to be pretty busy with alsorts of banter and discussion. It's pretty cool to see the workout journals are still going for a few though. These days I'm not addicted to gyming like I was 6/7 years ago, 🙃 but health & strength will always be a passion I live by. May be like others ,that use to post here daily/weekly, Life gets busy 🤔 Circumstances change and they fade out. 💪
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    Anyone still following>?

    Pretty sad, when you remember how it used to be eh'..
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    Touch and go trying for some speed, bounce a little excessive. Like I said I'm no expert, but it almost looks like 2 movements. Hinging at the hips, hips going back slightly almost like an RDL going down. Looked like you were rounding your back slightly and losing tension at the bottom of the reps. Your glutes drop then you squeeze your shoulders back and glutes up. I've been told to build tension and brace at the start of the rep. I find touch and go reps keep me tight the entire rep. You could try doing a complete reset/pause at the bottom of each rep? Squat University and Dr John Rusin have some good info and clips on their pages.