Thread: Is this Roid Calcualtor bogus?
11-27-2004, 12:20 PM #1
Is this Roid Calcualtor bogus?
Or what am I not getting?
If I enter 1000, which I'm assuming means 1ml, not 1000mg, three times a week of Testoviron (which is 250mg/ml) levels never get much more than 450mg/day and get lower than 350mg/day ocassionally.
Does this thing make any sense? Or could someone explain it? Theoretically if you're injecting 750mg/week you assume eventually that's your "level" but it never calculates to the amount you inject at any point.
11-27-2004, 12:26 PM #2
Everyone's body will circulate the test differently depending on age, experience, and body fat. Trying to generalize between body types and free floating test levels is a waste of time IMO.
I feel that calc is bogus, as the only way to tell would be to get blood work done every time you inject.
11-27-2004, 02:04 PM #3
I just realized it's a dumb question on my part -I'm no good at math! Logically 750mg/week is not going to give 750mg/day at any point -no matter how long the half-life.
Actually, I'm finding it handy as a way of establishing how best to frontload.
11-27-2004, 08:02 PM #4
It works well but the alogarithm is slightly flawed so the calculations are not quite correct. FOr our purposes tho it's close enough.
If you frontload 579 mg's of Test E on day 1 and then inject 75 mg ED after that you get even levels all through your cycle.
Even levels = better gains/less sides.
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