12-16-2003, 11:41 AM #1
catabolism during cycle, is it possible?
Wk 1-9 Enanthate 500mg ew
Wk 1-8.5 EQ 400mg ew
Nolva at 20mg a day now.
Clomid PCT 300/100/50
Ok. Itís been finals week and Iíve skipped four workouts in the past two weeks. My diet is down like Iíve said before. Arms are down ľ of an inch.
Sunday 12/14/03 would have been the first shot of wk 10, but I ran out.
So now Iím in a test free 10th week. I should be back on track with the gym and diet starting today and thereafter. Of course I know itís necessary now and during PCT because of the fight against catabolism.
Question, how possible is it to experience catabolism DURING cycle even while taking Nolva 20mg a day. Itís just something Iím wondering, not so much thinking Iím experiencing.
12-16-2003, 12:15 PM #2
your eq is not long enough?? bump for your question
12-16-2003, 01:28 PM #3
It's not as easy but very possible while on AS to go into a catabolic state............... If your not eatting enough calories to keep your body growing or at least stay at your maintence weight then you can get to a catabolic state....... also rest plays a big part in not getting catabolic also.
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12-16-2003, 01:35 PM #5Member
Originally Posted by DocHoliday
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eq should be longer as mentioned, but i'm assuming you know that
and why do you ask if catabloism is possible during cycle "even while taking nolva?" nolva doesn't have amazing anticatabolic properties!? were you under the impression that it did?
12-16-2003, 04:11 PM #6
Paulastone, I know my eq wasnít ran long enough.
Cycleon, I was feeding it up until these last two weeks where things got hectic and itís become hard.
No I wasnít under the impression that it had amazing anticatabolic properties. I said ďeven with nolvaĒ because it helps keep estrogen from binding and so I thought that would also aid in preventing back-lashing while on AS because my training and diet were suffering. Do you know what I mean?
I just wanted to know more or less if it were possible to go catabolic from par levels of food and training. MudMan gave me the response I sought, which is as long as Iím eating and training enough to maintain. I havenít become a couch potato, but I just wanted reassurance in my time of slack during finals week.
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