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2004/02/27 09:20:48 (permalink)
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Clenbuterol

Im about a 3rd of the way into a bulking cycle:

weeks 1-6 20mg dbol e/d
weeks 1-6 1ml decca e/w
weeks 6-12 2ml decca e/w

basically ive already more or less reached my mass goal for this course.

so was thinking of adding some clen to drop some fat once the dbol is finished.

what are peoples reccomendations on this? should i use anything else instead?

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    RE: Clenbuterol 2004/02/27 10:15:25 (permalink)
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    leave as is mate, when you stop the dbol you'll lose a lot of water anyway which is probably what you are perceiving as fat IMO.

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    RE: Clenbuterol 2004/02/27 13:42:24 (permalink)
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    yeah i know the water will come down a fair bit.

    but there was a little fat there before i started my cycle anyway.

    so my thinking is if ive acheived my mass gaining goals why not get the fat off while im on (should hold more muscle) rather than dieting once ive finished my gear.

    hopefully then if im leaner when i finish therell be less need for a cutting cycle later in the year so i can get more muscle put on!

    does this make sense??
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    RE: Clenbuterol 2004/02/27 15:48:20 (permalink)
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    It does but I wouldn't worry. In my experience you can lose BF without losing muscle down to about 10%, after that I feel it can become more of an issue as the body self preservation mechanism tends to work against you (is my theory).

    Focus on lean gains and cut afterwards..... besides, you'll gain more muscle that way so the net results even if you do lose some muscle would balance out, but I don't think it'll be a problem.
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