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2017/11/14 17:48:53 (permalink)
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Some advice on Current Cycle

Hi guys,

Would like some advice on my current Cycle and what i can do to improve as i seem to hit a plateau after 4 weeks.

Stats
215 lbs
6ft
13%bf

Diet pretty clean hitting 6 meals a day 150g protien source per meal and low carbs nothing more then 100g per day

Training 5 days per week 45min high intensity weight traing super setting most exercises not slacking on weight example dumbell press 130lbs. Bichep curls 140lbs shoulder press 250lbs bent over rows 250lbs squat 300lbs leg press 950lbs deads 440lbs

Cardio 20mins after training pushing the kilometers doing around 4km in 20mins now.

Been on about 8 cycle in past 4 years 1 bulking cycle per year then 1 cutting cycle per year.

Cycle 450mg tren pw 450mg test prop pw 450mg mast pw
Clen cycling every 2 weeks at 120mcg per day

Trying to cut fat down below 10% 4 weeks left and dont want to drop below 210lbs

I started at 210 picked up to 225 first 2 weeks dropped down to 215 now its 3rd time i use this cycle once every year past 3 years . i seem to stop at week 4 and dont gain muscle after that . Any advice on what i can change to not stop loosing fat so i can reach my coal .

Much appreciated
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    Valley Fitness
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    Re: Some advice on Current Cycle 2017/11/15 06:09:01 (permalink)
    If you’re chasing bf % then surely weight is irrelevant?....If not then gain more mass before you cut as gaining while cutting is a big ask even when assisted, especially if you’ve already got a few cycles under your belt.

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    Elliess
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    Re: Some advice on Current Cycle 2017/11/15 06:16:59 (permalink)
    Makes 100% sense yes i am chasing the bf but i slacked a bit after my bulking cycle due to work and stuff so lost some of my gains and picked up a % bf or 2 now its time thats the issue to get to those goals.

    Any inputs on GH. Been thinking about going that route next year building up a 6 month supply before i start. And try hitting for 8 months or so still incorporating my bulk and cutting cycles. Should that help breaking the plateau getting fat down thru year and packing on a few pounds of muscle and what dosages of GH was thinking of being moderate at 4iu's a day
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    Re: Some advice on Current Cycle 2017/11/17 05:22:08 (permalink)
    Could be your using aas rather than adjusting your diet to better achieve your results ,
     
    If you say your loosing fat wile bulking you need to consume more  ,id post it up and get advice so you know what was going wrong so you can change it on your next cycle 
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    Elliess
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    Re: Some advice on Current Cycle 2017/11/17 06:36:20 (permalink)
    Ive never lost bf while bulking, i only mentioned that with GH it might be possible. I always switch my diet its only now that im cutting that i drop my carbs below 100g protien total around 180g. Bulking i run about 250g carbs with 250g protien i cant consume to much calories and carbs else i pick up bf like nothing
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    Re: Some advice on Current Cycle 2017/11/17 09:42:31 (permalink)
    Advice would be to understand the difference between cutting and growing.
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