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2007/06/19 21:32:12 (permalink)
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Potential cutting cycle

I've got about 10lbs of bodyfat I want to lose over the next 8 wks. How sensible would it be to try this as a first and perhaps only cycle.

Test 400mg 8wks
Clen 2 wks on 2 wks off, for 8 wks
Finesteride 8wks, to avoid hair loss

Training 4/5 days per wk - legs, chest n tri's, back n bi's, shoulders, in that order, training when I feel ok to do it (i.e. taking a day off when tired...I recover fast anyway).

Weights followed by 20 mins HIIT cardio.

Diet = 300g's protein, 100-120g's carbs, 80g's fat.

Would this do the job?

Other stats:

Age: 25
Been lifting: Since 17ish
Lifts: 230kg deadlift, 190kg squat, 125kg bench, 34kg db shoulder presses x 6 reps
Bodyweight: 13st9lbs
Height: 5'9

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    Medichecks
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    RE: Potential cutting cycle 2007/06/19 21:33:42 (permalink)
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    Follow up:

    Main reason for the test is that I've now read numerous studies that state test is good at reducing bodyfat, and since I've always had "chub"....I'm well tired of it still being there! Even when I was fighting and training as a thaiboxer 100% of the time, I still had a lil bit of belly!!!!

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    RE: Potential cutting cycle 2007/06/20 14:18:48 (permalink)
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    RE: Potential cutting cycle 2007/06/20 14:35:20 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: ThaiFighter

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    Have you tried cardio on empty??
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    RE: Potential cutting cycle 2007/06/20 14:37:00 (permalink)
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    test does nothing to remove fat ime
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    RE: Potential cutting cycle 2007/06/20 15:48:57 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mick_the_brick


    ORIGINAL: ThaiFighter

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    Have you tried cardio on empty??


    I'm terrible at getting up in the mornings. It takes me 2hrs to get out of the house. I just move slowly...not...triple not, a morning person.

    I've tried going for 45 mins walks round town upon waking, but as for more intense cardio in the mornings, it ends up being that I've been awake for 2.5hr and not eaten by the time I get my recovery shake. I just cant wake up and feel awake straight away, so ....I figure early morning cardio of anything more than strolling round town will just result in muscle loss...since...I'm very crap in the mornings. Tried loads of times to wake up and work out, I do it a few times and then end up stayin up to late and it goes to pot. Sooo not a morning person

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    RE: Potential cutting cycle 2007/06/20 17:39:20 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: ThaiFighter


    ORIGINAL: mick_the_brick


    ORIGINAL: ThaiFighter

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    Have you tried cardio on empty??


    I'm terrible at getting up in the mornings. It takes me 2hrs to get out of the house. I just move slowly...not...triple not, a morning person.

    I've tried going for 45 mins walks round town upon waking, but as for more intense cardio in the mornings, it ends up being that I've been awake for 2.5hr and not eaten by the time I get my recovery shake. I just cant wake up and feel awake straight away, so ....I figure early morning cardio of anything more than strolling round town will just result in muscle loss...since...I'm very crap in the mornings. Tried loads of times to wake up and work out, I do it a few times and then end up stayin up to late and it goes to pot. Sooo not a morning person


    The results you acheive are only

    what you are restricting yourself too mate IMO..
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    RE: Potential cutting cycle 2007/06/20 23:26:59 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mick_the_brick


    ORIGINAL: ThaiFighter


    ORIGINAL: mick_the_brick


    ORIGINAL: ThaiFighter

    bump


    Have you tried cardio on empty??


    I'm terrible at getting up in the mornings. It takes me 2hrs to get out of the house. I just move slowly...not...triple not, a morning person.

    I've tried going for 45 mins walks round town upon waking, but as for more intense cardio in the mornings, it ends up being that I've been awake for 2.5hr and not eaten by the time I get my recovery shake. I just cant wake up and feel awake straight away, so ....I figure early morning cardio of anything more than strolling round town will just result in muscle loss...since...I'm very crap in the mornings. Tried loads of times to wake up and work out, I do it a few times and then end up stayin up to late and it goes to pot. Sooo not a morning person


    The results you acheive are only

    what you are restricting yourself too mate IMO..



    so morning cardio is the only way to reduce bodyfat?

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