First Cycle Contemplating Blast and Cruise- Expert Advice Needed
I'm 25 years old and have been weight training for close to 9 years. I've built a pretty strong foundation IMO before I decided to jump on AAS. I'm around 200lbs with body fat in the high teens (working on that during this first cycle). So I'm half way into my first cycle of Test E at 500 mgs a week and 25mgs of dbol and I'm starting to think about my second cycle. I was going to PCT for 4 weeks with some Nolvadex and Aromasin and I am currently on Aromasin during cycle. I'm starting to think, what's the point of PCT then taking time off only to shortly get back on cycle? Why don't I just cruise on some Test E at say 250 mgs a week for a few weeks and then blast into my second cycle? I mean I already made the decision to use AAS.
Couple questions I have for some of the experts that are on blast and cruise is how long do you usually cruise after a blast? And how much are you guys usually cruising on? From what I've read 250 mgs a week for a newbie like myself should be more then enough for a cruise.
If I decide not to get on a blast and cruise type of regimen and do PCT, how long do you guys usually wait after PCT to start your next cycle?
I'm trying to get some first hand experience from you guys to help me make my decision. I'm pretty much 50/50 right now as I know the advantages and disadvantages of both.
Many things to consider. It is a bad idea to do this yourself. You may require it for ever if stay on your regime too long. If you don't have kids now it may not be possible or it could be difficult down the road. Another thing to consider is the common TRT issues. Raised hematocrit, RBC, cholesterol levels, BP and the thought of injecting literally forever. U may have a hard time getting legit script down the road if u tell the dr u been doing it yourself. With your age alone it will be difficult to get trt from a doc in the next few years at least in my area. May be different California, Florida or a state like that. Just things to consider. This is a big decision try to really think of the negatives. Is it really worth it at your age and stage of life? I am in favor of TRT for those in need but u have to realize this is nothing to take lightly