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Thread: Should you cycle or drop the fat

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    Should you cycle or drop the fat

    Hey Iím wanting some help before getting back to things meaning back to the gym since Iíve been out for almost a year Due to a spinal fusion and the the lock down. I have fatten up a lot and look like total dog shit. So Iím trying to think if I should just run some test with some t3 for about 4 weeks while getting my diet in order. Or if I should trying run a lean cycle. Please give a recommendation thanks

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    AAS does not get you thin, diet does. All AAS can be used to cut or bulk... your diet determines if you gain or lose weight.


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    Cardio, diet, and lift lift lift.

    Heres an estro friendly “cutting” stack (12-16 weeks)

    300mg test/week
    700mg eq/week
    600mg mast/week
    50mg var/daily for 6 weeks

    Im not a big fan of clen and t3. For regular guys not competing, diet and cardio will be plenty.

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    First:
    Get you diet in check.
    Start slowly exercising again.

    Second:
    Evaluate your results from months of the first step.
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    i have had a spinal fusion as well, and i wouldn't run anything unless it a real therapeutic trt dose. the last thing you need is to start increasing your strenght that fast. you need to figure out your limitations before you possibly hurt yourself real bad.

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    Develop a habit of diet and exercise, AAS isn't the magic answer. Once you have a habit of exercising and diet in place, consider AAS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstone View Post
    i have had a spinal fusion as well, and i wouldn't run anything unless it a real therapeutic trt dose. the last thing you need is to start increasing your strenght that fast. you need to figure out your limitations before you possibly hurt yourself real bad.
    Same here- spinal Fusion. What he said^^^^^^^.
    Your strength is going to suck, but you will get it back. Donít use AAS to do that now. Your joints arenít ready for it.


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    If you haven't been to the gym in almost a year, you really shouldn't be doing gear. Add to that your spinal surgery.

    If you want to lose some weight, work on your diet and do something that doesn't impact your spine too much (like swimming) and then slowly get back in to the gym.

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