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GearsMcGilf
02-04-2010, 11:13 PM
Any of yall ever get tired of running never ending AAS cycles. You run a cycle, quit and try to maintain the gains. But, overtime, they will dissappate and you old physique will return, even with the brst PCT.It almost makes more sense to stay on a low dose test of say 250 all the time, in order to keep all the gains while on cycel, then blast with deca, eq, tren or something else next cycle. Just my 2ccs.

Perdido
02-05-2010, 04:51 AM
I have a powerlifter friend that's been on since 1985. Very big dude but I'm sure his nuts have probably fell off by now.

Pirate!
02-05-2010, 05:15 AM
If one wants to run more than a handful of cycles, I'd recommend HRT. Never have to PCT again.

downtown
02-05-2010, 04:21 PM
Well IMHO if your serious about BB'ing or being a great powerlifter then thats about the only reason to stay on year round.

weldingman
02-05-2010, 08:45 PM
Any of yall ever get tired of running never ending AAS cycles. You run a cycle, quit and try to maintain the gains. But, overtime, they will dissappate and you old physique will return, even with the brst PCT.It almost makes more sense to stay on a low dose test of say 250 all the time, in order to keep all the gains while on cycel, then blast with deca, eq, tren or something else next cycle. Just my 2ccs.


Sounds like your depressed. When im clean, people still assume im juiceing, guess im lucky there. Genes play a big role.

Vance
02-06-2010, 12:36 AM
Sounds like the imminent not-big-status is bugging ya Roids...

IMHO it's about what you want to get out of it - and by it I mean lifting. If you want to be in the top 1% of bigs then it has to be a year round 24/7 exercise. On the other hand if you want to be physically fit and bigger than 95% of the population it doesn't take constant cycles to achieve. Hit the gym 4 or 5 times a week, eat right, run the occasional cycle if you want to ramp things up a notch... But you don't have to be constantly on cycle to achieve it.

Personally I don't ever wanna be flat benching >700 lbs. I got too much shit going on in my life to have that level of dedication to only hitting weights - plus you stop getting chicks because you start to get freakishly proportioned.

So I'd ask you back bud - what is it you want to get out of lifting?

weldingman
02-06-2010, 05:27 AM
Huh?

theCaptn'
02-07-2010, 01:43 AM
cruise on peptides . . blast on gears


GICH!

ozjames007
02-07-2010, 08:22 PM
if i stay on year round. i drink it. instead of injecting.. is heaps easier

alexvega
02-11-2010, 08:23 AM
umm. in my case. i finished my last cycle on 20th december. now i have lost 3kg since i finished the cycle.
i´m eating alot.- on vacations days many days to sleep.,but i´ll be honest- i started to feel soreness after the workout. and its a bell ring advise me i´m getting back to my natural state.

but that´s it -roids are nice but not all the time we can be on.

think in your health

cool!

Glycomann
02-12-2010, 08:11 AM
I'm 48 years old. I cycled from 27-30, took some time off then cycled from 32 to 35 roughly. Then I stayed off for 10 years. I actually gained strength and size in my legs over that time. I was never massive though. I started at 175 at 5'8", went as high as 230 and was sheaded at 185 and lean at 200. During the time I was off for 10 years I stayed between 195 to 205 and would lean out to as low as 185. The thing is I feel it takes a good solid year to really recover from cycling. That means no manipulation at all over that period of time. Then the body reclaims some of that lost mass. I have to admit though. At 45 I went back on and now I am on TRT. I beat my body up with combat sports and heavy weight training all my life and at 45 I was pretty banged up so I started to cycle again. After a couple of years of cycling on and off again I got tested and now I am on TRT. If on 250 mg/w of test C or E I feel normal and hold a lot of my mass. Currently in a cut from 225 and at 210 with visible 6 pack but a long way to go.

I hear you on the yoyo syndrome. It's a mind f*ck. It takes a long time to normalize after multiple cycles but I think most guys can recover given enough time. I figure there has been enough hormone like stuff in nature that our species has been exposed to over the millennia of our evolution that we have developed a fairly resilient endocrine system. Bottom line is it's up to you how you want to go about your life.

weldingman
02-12-2010, 12:33 PM
if i stay on year round. i drink it. instead of injecting.. is heaps easier

You drink what?

theCaptn'
02-12-2010, 04:29 PM
You drink what?


he's jesting . . .