Thread: not enough time off
09-27-2001, 10:03 PM #1
not enough time off
i finished my cycle in june and went to start another in begining of aug was on for 2 weeks and got hurt and couldnt lift so i stopped i started again about 21/2 weeks ago and i feel nuthing. No hunger strenght or size.I know my stuff is good. I'm doing 400cyp week 500 sust week and 75 fina eod. ussually i cant eat enough but this time nuthing if iwanted i could go all day and not be hungary. I dont know whats up. Also all my other cycles i started with dbol . is that the difference. Or did i not wait long enough to start another. Any help would be great thanks
09-27-2001, 11:05 PM #2CYCLEON Guest
the fina should be giving u some pumps by now, the rest takes time. you should be feeling it in another week or so but wierd on 900mg of test a week tht not getting soething yet. should have waited a bit longer off an injury IMO - maybe ur just too used to the dbol to be patient
09-27-2001, 11:21 PM #3
I have found that if I workout hard before a cycle, I feel the effects right away. If you were not working out b/c of your injury, and started light and never did hard workouts before you started again, you probably won't see the effects until you get back up there. I have noticed a direct correlation between hard workouts and hunger for example. I always have the greatest hunger pains after squats and doing legs.
09-27-2001, 11:46 PM #4Associate Member
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I would say it most likely has something to do with your injury...you should lift for years b4 ever cycling, but if its an injury i would say at least for 2 months after your healing...assuming you have been lifting prior to the injury as you said you had
09-27-2001, 11:49 PM #5Junior Member
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you goota help the roids too ya know.
09-28-2001, 06:15 AM #6
Just an opinion but the recommendation is; time off should equal time on. If you cycled for 10 weeks you should wait at least 10 weeks before cycling again. A few of the most advanced guys stay on most of the year and will do a small bridging cycle between heavy stacks, but that's pretty advanced stuff. Even the vets/pros/mods on this board will tell you 2 maybe 3 cycles a year is all you need. I guess I'm saying...don't rush things, be patient, let you body heal, give you receptors a break. The gym will still be there when your ready and your gear will not yet have expired. Good Luck, be safe.
09-28-2001, 06:52 AM #7
The time on /time off is the minimum amount of time to wait unless you are very experienced.
Take your time let the body recover
09-28-2001, 09:55 PM #8
my injury wasnt to a body part were i had to let something heal. ihad a bad concusion and was told not to do anything strenious for a while
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