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    Need help understanding a little bettter..

    I understand the cycling aspect of gear but what i dont understand is the PCT part. I understand that you need PCT after cycles because your levels drop but wont i dont get is if your trying to get in to competing how does that work? do you do your cycle, then pct(no gear), and then hop back on? or do you do a cycle, do low dose of test to cruise, and then hop into another one? any help is appreciated. thanks guys,

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    Some blast and cruise. Others cycle.

    Just remember if your not going to blast and cruise u should separate your cycle by Time on cycle plus Pct is the time u should be off cycle as well or longer.

    Alot of ppl will do 3 cycles a year. Summer cycle and winter cycle

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    At 24yrs old cruising isnt a very good idea.Making it to the pro level is very hard geneitics plays a big role.And if you plan on having kids someday I wouldn't suggest it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bderosa0 View Post
    I understand the cycling aspect of gear but what i dont understand is the PCT part. I understand that you need PCT after cycles because your levels drop but wont i dont get is if your trying to get in to competing how does that work? do you do your cycle, then pct(no gear), and then hop back on? or do you do a cycle, do low dose of test to cruise, and then hop into another one? any help is appreciated. thanks guys,
    AAS cycling + rest + PCT + more rest, is for guys that go to the office everyday and want to improve their physique. A professional bodybuilder going on stage every week or every other week isn't going to have the same cycle regiment. The amount of gear that they they take is quite a bit more than what a mere mortal would take. Sacrifices have to be made to be on cycle practically year round. You better have a close eye on your blood work to make sure that nothing's going wacko. The constant cycling could damage your liver among other systems in the body.
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    why would cruising at 24 be bad? im naturally a pretty big boy..everyone thinks im on gear half the time but havent touched it. so its pretty hard to become pro naturally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScotchGuard02 View Post
    AAS cycling + rest + PCT + more rest, is for guys that go to the office everyday and want to improve their physique. A professional bodybuilder going on stage every week or every other week isn't going to have the same cycle regiment. The amount of gear that they they take is quite a bit more than what a mere mortal would take. Sacrifices have to be made to be on cycle practically year round. You better have a close eye on your blood work to make sure that nothing's going wacko. The constant cycling could damage your liver among other systems in the body.
    is it not bad for your levels to constantly be cycling as an average joe working on their physique rather than a professional? pretty much i should just wait till im older or if i need TRT

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    Beacuse it can really mess up your reproductive system its a roll of the dice bro.There is nothing written in stone about aas.

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    Scotch and Soundog have given you excellent advice. Please follow the advice of these vets.
    Although Scotch already said it, you need bloodwork to see where you are at. Do not take your health for granted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charger69
    Scotch and songdog have given you excellent advice. Please follow the advice of these vets. Although Scotch already said it, you need bloodwork to see where you are at. Do not take your health for granted.
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    thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bderosa0 View Post
    thanks guys.

    Stick around bderosa0. Keep reading and learning. Knowledge is power in the AAS world and can be the difference between maintaining your health and serious side effects.
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