Protuct Name: GHRP-2
Molecular Formula: C45H55N9O6
Molecular Weight: 818.0
Appearance: Freeze-Dried Powder
Minimum Order Quantity: 1kit
Storage Condition: Away From Light, Cold Storage(2-8 Degree)
Packaging Details: 5mg/Vial*10vial/Kit
Packaging: Bubble/ aluminum foil bag/ box
Shipping Method:EMS,DHL,UPS,TNT or FEDEX
Delivery TIme: 1working day after receive the payment
Arrive Time:4-7 days
Payment Method: Western Union, MoneyGram, Bank Transfer and paypal.
GHRP-2 and Ipamorelin are all very similar in their modes of action, they work to increase GHRP-2 (GH) levels in the human body by increasing secretion of the hormone Ghrelin. On a milligram for milligram basis they are all fairly equal in their ability to increase GH levels in the human body, with GHRP-2 being slightly more efficient.
The major differences between the 3 GHRP peptides lays in their side effects. GHRP-6 causes a significant increase in hunger for many, therefore making it good for people looking to "bulk" but no so good for those trying to lose fat. GHRP-2 is often preferred for people dieting as it does not stimulate hunger, however it does raise cortisol (a stress hormone), prolactin (a hormone which can diminish sex drive) and aldosterone (a hormone which promotes water retention) more than GHRP-6 and Ipamorelin. Ipamorelin is similar to GHRP-6 in that it causes an increase in hunger (but it's not as dramatic as GHRP-6). However, since it does not raise cortisol, prolactin or aldosterone at recommended dosages it is a preferred choice for those who are sensitive to these hormones.
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Bench press trajectory
Bench press is a great move! Can help us to build a strong upper limb strength and the thick chest muscles that everyone envy!
In the gym, the bench press will always be in a neutral position! Everyone loves bench press!
But it is very difficult to do a bench press. It is necessary to master a lot of training techniques to ensure safety and effectiveness. Today we want to introduce you to a basic bench press knowledge: the trajectory of bench press
The trajectory of the bench press? Isn't it just falling straight and then pushing it straight up?
At the starting position: we straighten our arms to hold the barbell, the center of the barbell is perpendicular to the ground and falls steadily onto the shoulder blade (optimal mechanical position)
When falling, if the bar is down straight, it will fall to our collarbone (the drop point is too high), which will lead to excessive abduction of the shoulder (90 degrees).
Risk of excessive abduction of the shoulder:
Excessive abduction of your shoulders will put your shoulders in an unstable state! The humerus is far from the glenoid fossa, and the shoulder blade is lifted up, thus losing the stability of the shoulder strap!
Without sufficient shoulder stability, it is impossible to do a bench press. Once the shoulder is unstable, there is a risk of injury.
The subacromial space has a tendon, ligament, and joint capsule, which is the most prone to occlusion syndrome (because of the small space)
When the abduction angle of the shoulder joint becomes larger, for example, when it reaches 90 degrees (the angle between the boom and the rib is 90 degrees), the narrow space becomes narrower. The shoulder joint capsule will be under great pressure, which increases the risk of shoulder pinching (the chance of a tendon and ligament frictional collision or friction)!
Therefore, it is safer to protect the shoulders. It is recommended that the angle between the boom and the torso is about 45 degrees when benching!
The correct bench movement track should be a slash!
When bench presses, the role of the chest muscles is not only the horizontal level of the shoulder, but the combination of the shoulder level and the shoulder flexion: the correct movement track should be a diagonal line, and the barbell should fall to the lower chest (near the nipple) )
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