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    Talking Are Fina gains easy to keep???

    My budd will be doing test/fina cycle 500mg/ethante/week and 75mg fina e/o/d for 7 weeks 3rd cycle 180lbs just want's to know if its difficult to keep fina gains after ptc????

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyluke1
    My budd will be doing test/fina cycle 500mg/ethante/week and 75mg fina e/o/d for 7 weeks 3rd cycle 180lbs just want's to know if its difficult to keep fina gains after ptc????
    If PCT is performed corectly then yes he will retain alot of the mass and strength he got from that cycle. I ran fina last cycle and lost around 5lbs.

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    Aolng you have PCT (important) should only lose a few poends..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyluke1
    My budd will be doing test/fina cycle 500mg/ethante/week and 75mg fina e/o/d for 7 weeks 3rd cycle 180lbs just want's to know if its difficult to keep fina gains after ptc????
    I'll let you know in about 7 weeks

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    The weight stays, but tren adds some amazing strength that unfortunately, doesnt. The strength is likely just the aggresion associated with tren. When on tren, its easy to get crazy in the gym.

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    Listen to MudMan, proper PCT is essential. With that in check, most of the gains should be kept.

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