09-01-2005, 09:44 AM #1Senior Member
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Can one continue to use "novice" cycles???
The typical "novice" cycle seems to be Test. & Deca for about twelve weeks, with some D-bol thrown in as a "jump start" in the first four weeks.
Dosages seem to be about 500 mg./week for Test., a little less for Deca.
I'm not asking what the best novice cycle is, but rather if one can continue to use similar cycles over the years, especially if only doing one cycle per year. The dosages could be raised, I'm sure, but do you have to start adding all the exotics, after a while, to keep the gains coming?
Does a tenth cycle necessarily need to look like alphabet soup?
09-01-2005, 09:52 AM #2Originally Posted by BigLittleTim
One thing I learned in 12+ cycles is to keep it simple.Adding more and more compounds doesn't increase your chances for more gains.Just sides.I wish I knew then,what I know now.The amounts of money I'd have saved would be astronomical!
I keep things very simple these days.Test cycles with some drol,and an occasional LR3 IGF-1 cycle thrown in.
09-01-2005, 09:56 AM #3Originally Posted by Pinnacle
09-01-2005, 09:56 AM #4
IMO a cycle is a cycle............. I dont think you could build up an immunity to test or deca ........ It would depend on what your goals were, If you wanna just nice easy steady gains then this would be ok.............. If you want to look like ronnie coleman than ya might wanna look at some of the other cycles........
09-01-2005, 09:59 AM #5
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