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DantheTank
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2011/03/27 16:19:33 (permalink)
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T3 Off Season

Right so i haven't seen this knocking around any forums so guys knock yourselves out.
 
Can T3 off-season be used with good effect?
 
Considering that you would be taking in high amount of calories coming from the essential fats, protein and carbs, would this be enough to utilise protein synthesis (which is an affect of T3) and keep hold of the gains you would be making?
 
Say a small dose of 25 or 50??
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    nGH
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    Re:T3 Off Season 2011/04/04 22:45:02 (permalink)
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    Alot of people run a very low dose of T3 whilst bulking to help keep the fat off mate, 25mg-50mg ED is fine. But remember to take a break from it after a while to allow you're thyroid to recover, last thing youd want is to blow it!
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    Re:T3 Off Season 2011/04/04 22:55:07 (permalink)
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    i use 25mcg and i gain fine it just allows me to eat more without too much fat gain
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    Re:T3 Off Season 2011/04/05 19:27:08 (permalink)
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    I have carryed on with 50mg PD into a post show re-reound and fill out great with it in the mix.
     
    Its dose have its place when bulking ,but save in for cutting as there some many other thing i would have on the list .
     
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