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    Default Common terms and abbreviations

    17 AA = 17 Alpha Alkylated
    AAS = Anabolic Androgenic Steroid
    AI = aromatase inhibitor
    Abduction = moving a limb away from the midline of the body. An example is moving an arm from the side of the body to shoulder height.
    Adduction= moving a limb toward the midline of the body. An example is bringing the arm to the side from an extended position at the shoulder.
    Acclimitization = gradual adaptation to a changed environment, such as higher or lower tempuratures, higher altitudes, etc..
    Accomodation = refers to the process by which the response to constant stimuli decreases with repeated application. Novel and beneficial stressors yield

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    T3 = Thyroid Hormone
    Tendon = The tissue by which a muscle attaches to bone. A tendon is somewhat flexible, but fibrous and tough. The epimysium of the muscle is continuous with the tendon, which attaches to the bone’s periosteum.
    TEST = Testosterone
    TREN = Trenbolone
    Thoracic Spine = The area of the vertebral column commonly refered to as the mid and upper back, occupying the same level as the ribcage, and made up of 12 verebrae (T1 through T12). T1 begins at the level of the first rib and T12 sits on top of the first lumbar vetebra. Sometimes called T-Spine for short.
    Transverse Plane = (horizontal cardinal) = line which separates the body into top and bottom halves of equal weight. Dewey Cox cut his brother in half along the transverse plane.
    TRT = Testosterone Replacement Therapy

    Uniaxial Joints = such as the elbow joint. They basically operate like hinges and rotate about only one axis.
    Unilateral = One side

    Valsalva Maneuver = this is basically attempting to exhale against a closed glottis. This is not just “holding one’s breath” but is the act of creating pressure in the chest so that the muscles of the abdomen and rib-cage can contract thus creating rigid compartments of fluid in the abdomen and air in the upper torso. Please note that it is NOT necessary to use the vasalva maneuver for the generation of abdominal pressure as this is a natural occurrence under muscle actions of the torso (see ‘intrabdominal pressure) but the valsalva can have some advantages in that it increase rigidity of the entire torso. There are many risks involved, however, and a knowledge and acceptance of these risks must accompany it’s use. It is not really necessary for lighter lifting. (Go here for some further discussion.)
    Vertebral Column = consists of many vertebral bones separated by flexible discs, allowing some movement to occur. There are 7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral (fused together to form rear of pelvis) and 3 to 5 coccygeal (forming a vestigial internal tail) vertebrae. The vertebral column is naturally S-shaped being slightly kyphotic in the thoracis region and lordortic in the lumbar.
    Volume = The amount of work performed in an exercise session. Traditionally calculated as the amount of weight lifted multiplied by the number of sets multiplied by the number of reps (i.e. total reps), time under tension and amount of rest between sets can also be considered as ways to increase or decrease volume.

    WINNY = Winstrol-V (Stanozolol)

    Slang Terminology (there are some reposts to the above terms and abbreviations)
    ALA= Alpha Lipoic Acid
    AS = Anabolic Steroids
    AAS = Anabolic Androgen Steroids
    AR = Androgen Receptor
    BA = benzyl alcohol
    BB = Benzyl Benzoate
    BB = Body Builder or Body Building
    BRO = You and I
    CASE = The body part of a syringe
    CC = cubic centimeter (one thousandth of a liter)
    CLEN = Clenbuterol
    CNS = Central Nervous System
    CYP = Testosterone Cypionate
    DART =Syringe/Needle
    DBOL = Dianabol (Methandrostenolone)
    DECA = Nandrolone Decanoate
    DHT = Dihydrotestosterone
    DNP = Dinitrophenol
    DRINK WINNY = Yes you can drink Winny
    Drol= Anadrol (Oxymetholone)A-bombs, A-50: Anadrol 50
    ECA = Ephedrine/Caffeine/Aspirin
    ED = Every Day
    ENTH = Testosterone Enanthate
    EOD = Every other day
    EOW = every other week
    ETH = enanthate , testosterone enanthate
    EQ = Equipoise (Boldenone Undecylenate)
    EW= Every Week
    FINA = Finaplix (Trenbolone Acetate)
    GEAR= steroids
    GH = Growth Hormone
    GHB = GAMMA HYDROXYBUTYRATE growth hormone
    GYNO = Gynomastica (Bitch tits)
    HALOS = halotestiin , fluoxymesterone
    HGH = Human Growth Hormone
    HCG = human chorionic gongadrophin
    HPTA = Hypothalamic Pituitary Testicular Axis
    IGF = Insulin Growth Factor
    INJ = Inject, Injection
    LH = Leutenizing Hormone
    MCG = Micrograms
    MG = Milligrams
    ML = Milliliters
    NYC = Norephedrine Yohimbe Caffiene
    NOLVA = Nolvaldex
    OTC = Over the counter
    PEG = Polyethylene glycol
    PIN = Needle or Syringes
    Posterior= backside
    PRIMO = Primobolan, Primobolan Depot
    PCT = post cycle therapy
    IM = intramuscular , an [injection into the muscle]
    SUB Q = subcutaneous [an injection under the skin]
    PROP = Testosterone Propionate
    SLIN = Insulin
    SUST = Sustanon
    SUSPENSION = testosterone suspension
    OMNAS = omnadren [ testosterone blend]
    SUS 250 = sustanon , sus ,[ testosterone blend ]
    T400 = test 400 , [ combo of 187.5 mg of cypionate and enanthate along with 25 mg of prop propinate ]
    PRIMOS = primobolan , methenolone enanthate
    T3 = Thyroid Hormone
    TEST = Testosterone
    TREN = Fina – (Trenbolone)
    UG lab = Underground Lab
    Var = Anavar (Oxandrolone)
    WINNY = Winstrol-V (Stanozolol)
    WINNIE or WINNY= winstrol , stanozolol , zambons
    17 AA = 17 Alpha Alkylated
    1cc = 1ml

    CRS = Can't remember ****
    ot = off topic
    O/T = off topic
    LOL = Laugh out loud
    LMAO = Laughing my *** off
    LMFAO = laughing my fu(king *** off
    ROFLMAO = Rolling on the floor laughing my *** off
    ROFLMFAO = Rolling on the floor laughing my fu(king *** off
    ROFLMGDMFAO = rolling on the floor laughing my god **** mother fu(king *** off
    BTW = By the way
    IMO = In my opinion
    IMHO = In my humble opinion
    IMHO = In my honest opinion
    WTF = What the fu(k
    stfu = shut the fu(k up
    AAFLB = Accronims are for lazy bastards
    frontload = More juice in the beginning of the cycle
    pyramid = most juice in the midle of the cycle. Little in the beg and end
    AAS/AS/roids/juice/gear = Anabolic Androgen Steroids
    MPB = Male Pattern Baldness
    gyno = gynomastic? (Bitch tits)
    PTC = Post cycle thearpy (Clomid, Nolvadex etc.)

    Dictionary of AAS terms (will be more reposts of above stuff)

    constructive metabolism characterized by the building of tissue into more complex living matter, mainly muscle.

    promoting anabolism

    Anabolic steroid:
    any one of several compounds derived from testosterone or prepared synthetically to promote general body growth, to oppose the effects of endogenous estrogen, or to promote masculinization effects. They have a chemical structure similar to cholesterol.

    any steroid hormone that promotes male characteristics.

    the on take of feminine characteristics or feminization.

    refers to a state of deterioration usually within the muscle or bodily organ due to a lack of use or health.

    a complex metabolic process in which energy is liberated for use in work, energy storage, or heat production by the destruction of complex substances. Basically muscle tissue is broken down when a person is in a catabolic state and the use of anabolic steroids will change this.

    a fatty substance found in animals that performs many vital functions and is synthesized by the liver and the adrenal cortex.

    Bitch Tits:
    a slang term for gynomastia.
    an abnormal enlargement of one or both breasts in men. This condition is usually temporary due to a hormonal imbalance brought on by the use of steroids, however, can occur naturally as well.

    A bodybuilding term used to describe a person who is huge and obviously on steroids.

    Fakes or basement drug:
    refers to counterfeit or fake steroids.

    the process in which a person takes on the characteristics of a mature male. Masculinization.

    slang for steroids, syringes, anything associated with the use of steroids

    slang term for injectable steroids

    Dart, poke, ned:
    slang terms for syringes.

    the production of heat. Raises metabolism making it easier to burn fat.

    Trade name:
    the name given to a particular substance by each company that manufactures it.

    the time in which a certain supplement is taken. If you take a supplement for 6 weeks it is a 6-week cycle. Usually the time on a cycle is followed by the same amount of time off of the cycle.

    a persons sex drive.

    any of a large number of hormonal substances with the same basic chemical structure produced mainly in the adrenal cortex and gonads.

    Lean mass:
    the amount of muscle on a persons body

    Immune system:
    the system in a persons body that wards off infection and responds to illness.

    an androgenic hormone which is used to produce anabolic steroids.

    natural hormone that promotes the growth and development of female characteristics.

    a nitrogenous compound that when combined with phosphate produces ATP

    adenosine triphosphate is a molecule used to store and release energy in the muscle.

    a substance that increases the amount of urine which is released by the kidneys

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