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    For those who say time off = time on...

    For those of you who say time off should equal time on, do you count PCT as time off?

    For example:
    If you run a 12 week cycle and a 4 week PCT, would you count the 4 weeks as time off or time on?

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    http://forums.steroid.com/anabolic-s...rst-cycle.html

    Answer is in this thread. I'm linking because you need the context.

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    Yes, count pct. and the wait time in between your last shot and PCT's starting.
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    ^this

    remember PCT is part of the cycle
    example 10 weeks test enth, wait 2 weeks, do a 4 week pct = 16 week cycle

    so 16 weeks off before starting the next
    try to get bloodwork 8 weeks after pct to check everythings in range

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    Thank you guys! That helps a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Back In Black View Post
    Yes, count pct. and the wait time in between your last shot and PCT's starting.
    Another reason I prefer short esters!
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    Quote Originally Posted by musclestack View Post
    Another reason I prefer short esters!
    Right on. It's the same amount of pinning pretty much an 8 week short ester cycle as a 12 week long ester.
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