02-22-2003, 12:15 AM #1Junior Member
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What is the key factors in gap between cycles?
I know this question has been answered in some forms of another, my question surrounds the aspect between one cycle and another
1) if u run the gap too short betweeen cycle, even if u do clomid, do u run more of a risk of gyno or side effects in next cycles?
2) is it dependent on what type of cycle??
I plan on doing the following cycle of :
1-4 35 mg ed of dbol
1-10 500 mg test ethanate
1-10 400 mg deca durabolin
25 mg every day of proviron
Plenty of Clomid and 3 vials of hcg for post cycle
3) whats the norm?
4) if anyone knows better posts to refer me to or to run a search on just let me know
02-22-2003, 12:20 AM #2
key term you will always here about this subject.
time on = time off
12 week cycle then take 12 weeks off.
02-22-2003, 01:04 AM #3
listen to calidude
also calidude... i like the new avatar!!
02-22-2003, 01:14 AM #4
My feeling on this is you can run tighter cycles if you use less gear and be sure to rotate off heavy androgens and 17 alkylates...
If your cycles consist of gear like in the one you posted - deffintely, time on equals time off. IMO - that is too much gear to put your body without giving enough time to return to normal endocrine function...
If you were to stagger between heavy anabolics and heavy androgens you would get time off the stuff that can be more harmful in extended use - heavy androgens. And some gear is plain safer and less suppressive to your HPTA... but none the less, some time off with LH/HPTA stimulators being necessary... you need to allow your system to function without a contant flow of exogenous hormones...
02-22-2003, 03:26 AM #5
1-2 prop 100mg eod
1-10 deca 300mg ew
1-10 enath 500mg ew
11-14 prop 100mg eod
8-14 winny 75mg ed
now how much should i be in "off" time after this cycle????? can i use otc's during "off" time??? BIG-G
02-22-2003, 05:39 AM #6
the biggest reason to me is that your reseptors need to be cleaned out! that and your natural test production..
02-22-2003, 10:57 AM #7
The key reason for time on=time off is to allow your HPTA to recover. The longer you shut it down the harder it is/longer it takes for it recover.
02-22-2003, 11:26 AM #8New Member
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