LOL!! thats what I want to hear! I finished up a 4 week PCT and has been 4 weeks since that and all my blood work came back the same as it was before... training partner just started a cycle and I can't let him get better then me... lol
When in used to cycle it was generally 4 week pct then 4 weeks off everything.. Then back on... Not the smartest, probably should of just cruised but that's what I did for a while
Me too until I said fuck it and just cruised.Idk or recommend this at all because in the end when I finally do come off (if I can)not going be a fun ride being in my 20's I believe I could recover fine.I know many guys who ran gear for years in there 30's and recovered fine with no pct.We shall see!
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Depends on you man. I think labs are the only reason to stop. Starting your natural test back up is just a matter of the right drugs. If it doesn't come back you're just locked into a life of pinning which you probably don't mind anyways since you're taking AAS to begin with.
I used to run 8 weeks on and then 8 weeks off. Now I just cruise but I am 35yrs old and have decided that TRT for life is ok for me. Cruising is not some thing that should be taken lightly though. I felt it was a huge decision that I made and hopefully one I wont regret.
Originally Posted by heavyiron
Estrogen is from Satan. Testosterone is a gift from baby Jesus.
once I was 29 and knew I was gonna cycle for a few more years I said fuck it and just started cruising. One shot a week or 2 half mL shots a week is no problem at all. I don't want anymore kids so I just didnt see the downside of staying on low dose test year round if you don't mind shots and already have enough kids. Its a personal choice and people in their early to mid 20's better think long and hard before making that decision.
time off can be very dependent around many things..goals..dose and drug(s)..and were your at in life as far as AAS goes..BW is paramount in the decision making process...before..during..after labs will tell you a bunch about how you react to these drugs..its different for every person..