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    Question Why wouldn't cutting right after PCT be more beneficial?

    I looked at the stickies but didn't seem to find the answer. I'm a pretty big noob so I was wondering if your test will naturally be higher than is normal production from pct why wait a month after when test levels go lower due to not taking it anymore?

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    You cut durning or right after you lose you gains.
    durning pct and right after you need to maintain or even increase intake and training.

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    Also read this it will explain a lot

    http://forums.steroid.com/educationa...e-user%2A.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by derekkpapa1 View Post
    You cut durning or right after you lose you gains.
    durning pct and right after you need to maintain or even increase intake and training.
    I understand during pct especially in the beginning of it the test is low so you obviously dont wanna cut. But i mean right after pct wouldnt the test levels be higher than what you're going to produce anyways then slowly drop to your genetic test production. So why would cutting right after pct be bad? Im noob and trying to get insight and learn. Thanks for replying

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    Quote Originally Posted by longchi
    I understand during pct especially in the beginning of it the test is low so you obviously dont wanna cut. But i mean right after pct wouldnt the test levels be higher than what you're going to produce anyways then slowly drop to your genetic test production. So why would cutting right after pct be bad? Im noob and trying to get insight and learn. Thanks for replying
    right after pct is when the real recovery starts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bio-Active View Post
    right after pct is when the real recovery starts
    Ain't that the truth!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bio-Active View Post
    right after pct is when the real recovery starts
    can you clarify? what real recovery starts

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    The recovery of your HPTA without the use of drugs to help it. It will several weeks naturally to adjust and settle down.

    Why do you want to cut immediately?

    What is your height?
    Weight?
    Body fat %?
    NO SOURCES GIVEN

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    Many of the questions are why people with working Axis blast and cruise. They rather protect gains then protect HPTA

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    Quote Originally Posted by longchi View Post
    I looked at the stickies but didn't seem to find the answer. I'm a pretty big noob so I was wondering if your test will naturally be higher than is normal production from pct why wait a month after when test levels go lower due to not taking it anymore?
    You can cut after PCT if you want but it's no more beneficial than cutting at another point in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Docd187123 View Post
    You can cut after PCT if you want but it's no more beneficial than cutting at another point in time.
    So cutting the day after pct as opposed to a month after pct is the same?

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    Bump for above quesion

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    Quote Originally Posted by longchi View Post
    So cutting the day after pct as opposed to a month after pct is the same?
    Not the same no but the differences aren't as significant as made out to seem unless you screw something up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longchi View Post
    I looked at the stickies but didn't seem to find the answer. I'm a pretty big noob so I was wondering if your test will naturally be higher than is normal production from pct why wait a month after when test levels go lower due to not taking it anymore?
    finishing PCT does NOT mean your 100% recovered, wait 2-4months after PCT IMO

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    Part of the problem of cutting right after PCT stems from the fact that dieting can lower testosterone levels .
    Thus... You do PCT to try to speed up the recovery process but dieting would hinder the recovery process.

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