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Why keep upping test dosage?

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2006/07/06 18:14:36 (permalink)

Why keep upping test dosage?


Just using test as an example here ... but I don't understand something.

On your first cycle you usually do a low dose of test, perhaps 350mg-500mg EW. When you're a big huge monster like BBig, you can happily take a couple of grams EW and need to to maintain your size.

Now, I understand that, once past your 'genetic limit' you'll need to keep having more and more meds at higher dosages as your size increases.

But for those of us who are using juice to get up to our genetic limit quicker, why do we need to keep increasing dosages, and how crucial is it?

The reason I ask is that you can keep getting bigger on natural test levels until your 'genetic limit', so if injecting 5-10x that you're gonna surely be a lot better. Then, when you do PCT and the natural bit before the next cycle, your body will stop reliance on it, no??

The same probably applied to why you need to change compounds if staying on ...

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    RE: Why keep upping test dosage? 2006/07/06 18:16:22 (permalink)
    Only increase dosages when progress on current dosages ceases..........

    Otherwise there is no need to increase dosages
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