- Dec 17, 2019
That's likely not significant, as long as you're not having sudden episodes of rapid HR or palpitations during the workout, or after. It's the sustained resting BP in conjunction with AAS that IMO is of greater concern. Twice a week vs all day every day is different. One variable that I would suggest to everyone to include in yearly labs or at the end of the cycle would be BNP (brain natriuretic peptide). It is a good reflection of ventricular wall stress and heart failure. If you're on a cycle, BP is high and running stimulants or clen along with it, probably wise to check BNP. If elevated there is probably some level of systolic or diastolic dysfunction going on that over the longer term could cause some serious problems. Just my non-medical opinion.W6, I've been using ECA stack for my workouts...Twice a week for now...No other time...When I check bpm while on, my points only rise by 5...After workout bpm goes back to normal...Do u think this is to much...I don't check bp, it titrates back and forth due to pain...