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    Gains after cycle.

    just a question which i was thinking about...
    say u reached ur full genetic potential (meaning ur body will not grow naturally anymore) then u decided to hit the gear and you put on for example 10kg of lean mass u do all the proper pct, diet- basically everything is perfect..
    after u still continue to train and diet as hard as you did when on cycle..

    would ur body eventually go back to its normal genetic potential or would ur body keep the gains if u trained and dieted as hard as u did b4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiromik View Post
    just a question which i was thinking about...
    say u reached ur full genetic potential (meaning ur body will not grow naturally anymore) then u decided to hit the gear and you put on for example 10kg of lean mass u do all the proper pct, diet- basically everything is perfect..
    after u still continue to train and diet as hard as you did when on cycle..

    would ur body eventually go back to its normal genetic potential or would ur body keep the gains if u trained and dieted as hard as u did b4?

    If you do things right (Good Cycle Diet, Lifting schedule) and stay consistent you will keep most of your gains.

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    exactly. when i come off a cycle all the weight i lose is water weight because i keep my diet good and continue to lift hard. i like armidex during cycles to keep the water down so the loss at the end isnt dramatic
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    KEEP LIFTING HEAVY and most gains stay!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    sorry but have to disagree

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    No, eventually, you will lose the "beyond genetic" gains. Obviously, the harder you train, eat and rest, the longer you will keep your gains. You need AAS to maintain a "beyond genetic limit" gains.

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    as above

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgb6810 View Post
    No, eventually, you will lose the "beyond genetic" gains. Obviously, the harder you train, eat and rest, the longer you will keep your gains. You need AAS to maintain a "beyond genetic limit" gains.
    Agree

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    you will shrink again slowly afterwards.

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    unless u take more drugs.

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    thank you real users...............

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