As a reminder - I was running Test-E at 750 and Tren-E at 400 - after reading some studies, found an advantage to flip-floping the dose - the reason is they are both highly androgenic and compete for the same androgen receptor.
We only have so many receptors - once we fill up the androgen receptor - the rest is waisted - so in this case we want tren to reach more receptors than test.
Once I flip-floped the two I found the "sweet-spot." - now running test at 400 and tren at 800.
Now lets add to the "synergy-effect" with a dash of Dbol.
This is nothing new to many - other than the ratios - and the reason for this post is the synergy within - "these" - ratios.
Just out of a whim - I've decided to add 20mg of Dbol - as I wanted to see what the effect was while running this test and tren ratio.
It's still early to see the full effect, but it seems as if I'm seeing close to the same effect as I did when I ran 50mg Dbol with only test ... "no tren."
The synergy between the three with this "ratio" is beginning to move things fast.
I choose the low dose to avoid the Dbol bloat and the MOON face ... well, the MOON face I got!
I can just imagine the gains running this ratio of test and tren with 50mg of Dbol - which I will do latter in the year.
I did break out the AI a couple days ago to bring the estrogen levels down and is working on reducing the moon face.
Hows this going REPO, and updates, I have finally decided what my cycle is going to be, Im blasting now, but with no structure as I have been crusing for a while, so once some other gear came in I got over excited! lol
Here is my plan, taking into consideration the battle for receptors.
1-4 Test Prop 75mg/ed (subQ)
4-9 50mg dbol/ed (50mg caps)
1-16 Test E 600mg/wk
1-12 Tren E 800mg/wk
11-17 50mg Var/ed
1-infinite 12.5mg Aromasin/eod
After week 16 back to cruising dose
20mg/halo pre workout
I have provirion and winstrol, but I dont think it has a place on this blast
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