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    raoul3 is offline Associate Member
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    Strength gains with minimal mass gains

    If for example an olympic lifter wanted to gain strength and stay in a certain weight category (no mass), what would be more benficial:
    To take (reasonably) "high" dosages while keeping their calories intake low OR to keep the dosages low and basically run a cutting cycle.

    Here are 2 sample cycles to illustrate what I'm asking. Does more equals better in that case? Which one would result in the most strength gains:
    1) 1-4 halo 40mg ED, 1-6 var 60mg ED, 1-10 Test prop 100 ED, 1-16 GH 5iu ED
    2) 1-4 halo 25mg ED, 1-6 var 40mg ED, 1-10 Test prop 100 EOD,1-16 GH 2.5ED

    What about some Drol or D-bol on a restricted diet? Would that work for the purpose stated in the subject?

    Thank you

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    I like #1 better,but that's just me

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    Well, after reading the great post about collagen synthesis, I will definately not run more than 250mg/week of test. So that solved a part of the problem.

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