5 Best Steroid Cycles for 2018Close menu Log in Register. A pro's cycle offseason. A pro's cycle offseason Got this from a different cycld A standard cycle for me includes: I stay on that for as long as I chose to.
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Close menu Log in Register. A pro's cycle offseason. A pro's cycle offseason Got this from a different board A standard cycle for me includes: I stay on that for as long as I chose to.
Blood tests every 6 weeks or so. Never had a problem side effects wise. I have been on for almost 10 years straight. So now I am natural, and not training, and just being a normal human being I will probably start gain in 3 to 6 months - whenevr I feel that I am ready for it again. I know some pros that take MUCH less and some much more. Top 6 at the Olympia too.
Sponsored by http: What do you guys think? D fuck it I am gonna run the tren for 20 weeks mg Winny E. Don't ask about primobolan becuase it is too expensive right now and I am waiting for Marcxh 21st when TTokkyo is coming out with thiers. I am still waitng on the reply and if it is reasonalbe I will throw it in there as well. Heavy 4 week cycles Usually these are used like times a year to overcome plateau's.
Basically they are 30 days and you will use high amounts for short periods of time. The following is an example: I got all these cycles from a different board I had to really dig deep for these. I guess its all in perspective This off season I will be looking to go a little more on the dose if I need to.
Right now Im just doing test and growing just fine, but have decided to ram it up to grams if needed. This is what my cycle will include. Originally Posted by nuknuk. Thanks,MMX2 All information discussed on these forums is purely for entertainment purposes. Originally Posted by MMX2. Im bumping mine up a notch Noticed im starting to go flat durning my cycles of test that are under 1 g.
I can see why over time these guys end up on 5k of test per week. My blood pressure is an issue though Im going to start with per week, and see how that goes. Originally Posted by normalsucks. I cant figure out how you inject so much oil ever day.. Even if you rotate sites it seems like you are asking for at minimum a sterile abcess.
I wish I could inject all that oil ED. Originally Posted by MrDeflation. Originally Posted by majortguns. What you guys hear is the standard oil consumption for a normal size muscle group.. When you think about it realistically Originally Posted by The Deuce. His cycle is about this: Test E 2g a week.
Deca 1g a week. Tren mg a week No slin He also shoots whenever he is in the mood. So the numbers can change from week to week.. If you have some other compounds, he'll throw it in for kicks Get a little torn pec? He'll shoot 3 cc's of test right into the tear. These guys just do as they feel for the most part. Take this info or leave it I Could care less. How many steroids do pros really take? Dear Dave, I couldn't believe it when I stumbled onto your column on this "meso" site.
It is about time someone did this. I am sick of hearing all the shit about gear that people say. I think it would be cool if you said some of the actual doses you know of GOOD pros taking. People say mg a week, but I have a hard time believing that crap. Wouldn't they get sick? I am a competitive heavyweight in Canada and I see all these guys way smaller than me taking huge doses because "this pro takes this much" They are actually basing their drug intake on bullshit rumours.
What about using insulin? I think that is just silly. What about insulin dose while dieting? I have friends who get totally shredded using insulin, but it seems contradictory to me. What are your general thoughts on insulin and the elite bodybuilders? Thanks for the compliments.
And yes, the so-called experts are full of shit! There is noone that I know who uses more than mg of test per week. Anyone who does ues more is an idiot. As far as insulin dosages are concerned, 10IU once or twice per day is the most that should be used you are supplementing, not replacing insulin production.
You are correct, not everyone needs insulin. People who grow easily and have a hard time dieting probably oversecrete insulin; therefore, they should steer clear of it. If you are a hardgainer and get ripped easily you may benefit from using insulin these are the "friends" that you speak of.
Poor Andreas will go down in the medical journals for his unprecedented levels of abuse simply because of a cycle found written on a piece of paper in his possession. However, those that knew him know that this was only a commonly utilized ploy to partially protect someone from prosecution if they were caught in possession of quantities indicative of dealing. Another fallacy is that today's pros have laid down a blueprint for death by virtue of their mega dose-induced mass.
The trail of thought here is that today's pros are only big because they take far more drugs than the pros of yesteryear. The competitive bodybuilder of the '90s is assumed to be an all-knowing alchemist with far more pills and potions available to him than his predecessors. Even those who don't have "the knowledge" have their own secret guru, available for a modest fee, who holds the keys to eternal mass. The fact that football players, basketball players, boxers, track and field athletes, and Joe Public are bigger and leaner than his or her counterparts from the '70s and '80s seems to be irrelevant.
And the fact that there's far more technology available regarding nutrition, quality coaching, training facilities, and self-education media doesn't seem to count for much, either. If you consider that there are simply more people on the planet than ever before, and that a higher percentage of these people now go to the gym, it seems not only possible, but likely, that some genetic freaks are going to surface.
So who perpetuates these myths? Usually bitter ex-pros from the bygone age—so-called gurus that nobody actually seems to acknowledge, let alone confide in with their most intimate secrets. Or sad, twisted individuals who blame everything—from Elvis' constipation to Arnold's acting—on anabolics, yet whose own potential for cell growth shadows that of an amoeba.
In truth, some of the most extreme examples of abuse that I am aware of took place in the late '70s and early '80s. I personally know two powerlifters and five top-level bodybuilders two Olympia competitors who have admitted to taking between 50 and dianabol a day during the '70s. They also claim that they knew many other top-level athletes who have done the same, along with taking various injectables, also in huge dosages.
Some of them knew athletes that became very ill from their practice without realizing the cause. The funny thing is that, in many instances, the doctors did not recognize the cause, either—typically cross-questioning the patient about alcoholism even after hearing what they had been taking. This demonstrates how easy it is for the facts to become buried. I also know one top strength athlete who admitted to regularly taking dianabol a day and two 5,mg doses of testosterone per week during the weeks prior to a competition.
He would also train on amphetamine and use sleeping pills to allow him to sleep twice a day, all during the innocent '70s and early '80s. By this man's own admission, if he had not injured himself seriously in preparation for the world championships, he probably would have died. One world powerlifting champion told me that, in the early '80s, he would usually inject 10 ml of stanazolol yes, that's mg a day for the last month before a contest.
Another told me of his friend who took eight Anadrol a day until he was hospitalized. The most extreme example that I've ever heard was confessed to me by a former British Olympia competitor. During the preparation for his last show, in the '80s, he took two Anadrol, ten dianabol, six Halotestin, and Anavar a day.
On top of this, he also injected 4, mg of Deca, 2, mg of testosterone cypionate, mg of Winstrol, and mg of Primobolan per week.