Looking for some advice on my future cycle. I just finished a 10 week cycle of Test-E/Clen July 17. I had great results...I added and kept 11lbs of LBM and cut 3% body-fat. Looking to start this cycle around the middle of November. Current stats are as follows...
I carry a lot of my weight in my legs...my thighs are 28"...I'm really looking to add some nice width to my back and thickness to my chest with my next cycle. I also want to really concentrate on looking hard and vascular for the next beach season. The goodies of choice are Test/EQ/Proviron/Winny. I was thinking of doing a 16 week cycle of the Test/EQ/Proviron and throwing the Winny in the last 4-6 weeks. Of course I will run the proper ancillaries as needed and PCT will be with Clomid and Nolvadex. Here is what I was thinking...
Run hCG at 500iu 2 X a week for 5 weeks
Take 1 week off - then repeat.
Blast Phase Part 2 of HCG
Blast your HCG during the time period you are waiting for the suppressive compounds to leave your system - This is the time period starting the day after your last injection up until 4 days before SERM treatment.
500iu's every day.
Since HCG directly stimulate's aromatization in the leydig cells some people can develop Gyno when taking high doses of HCG. You need to get a sense of how sensitive you are to HCG when determining how you want to run your blast phase.
There are 3 reasons to run a blast phase of HCG
1) To test the testicles to see if they are still able to produce testosterone at their maximum capacity - If they can not produce testosterone at their maximum capacity you have developed secondary hypogonadism. It would be wise to get a blood test done during this time to see if the testicles are producing enough testosterone to get your testosterone levels within physiological range. If they are not, there is no point in SERM treatment at this time and more HCG is needed - higher dose for longer duration, or just a longer duration.
2) By blasting during this time we are ensuring that our testosterone is within physiological range, thus attempting to prevent going catabolic.
3) To stimulate the pituitary. This will provide the material the testes need to produce testosterone.