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2014/12/21 07:27:11 (permalink)
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recovery times

I know people always recommend the time off = time on plus pct approach but what happens if you go back on sooner does it just affect you recovery in the long run .

Im not talking big cycles here or going back on a just a month after .
just basic test cycles of 500mg a week for 12 weeks at a time .
Would you get away with running just 12 weeks after pct for a low dose cycle .
post edited by Bolt077 - 2014/12/21 07:28:45

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    makaveli1971 1996
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    Re: recovery times 2014/12/21 08:15:32 (permalink)
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    Depends, everyone is different, only way to tell is having your bloods checked.

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    Re: recovery times 2014/12/21 12:48:09 (permalink)
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    ^^^^^This:
    The time off =Time on  idea is only a general consus and not based on any solid science.
    The only potential issue with running alot of cycles without fully recovering inbetween, is that you may find it more difficult to fully recover when you decide to take a longer break.
    Full recovery is not something anyone can be sure of achieving, but you will increase your chances by taking sufficient time off between cycles.
    Some schools of though are that you cannot consider yourself as fully recovered until 12 months or more off .

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    chris182
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    Re: 2014/12/21 15:38:13 (permalink)
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    12 months? Crikey, so the majority of people who use aas never really fully recover! I've started a new thread about blasting and cruising and time blasting and time cruising mainly because I don't think I'll be fully recovered after three months or even six months.
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    Re: 2014/12/21 23:52:04 (permalink)
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    There is no time scale for recovery. You can run a power PCT for 6-8 weeks and still crash afterwards even if its your first cycle. It depends completely on the individual.





    I know some guys that run numerous cycles with deca in and recover within 3 months with zero pct


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    Re: 2014/12/22 09:13:18 (permalink)
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    That may seem dramatic but I feel it is important for novice uses of steroids to be aware of the possibilty that they may never recover fully.
    Yes the majority of us will but it can`t be taken for granted.
    I am lucky in that I have always recovered well. I put this partially down to the fact that I only experience slight Testicle atrophy no matter what doses of AAS I  run.
     Metabolites of Nandrolone Decanoate can still be present 18 months post administration.

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    Re: 2014/12/22 09:40:53 (permalink)
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    The guy who helped me source my first load of gear was on gear full time at the age of 18, no cruising just constantly on.

    Must have been obsessed with getting big and not caring about his health, he was huge though.

    I dont think I fully recovered after my last cycle that was with a long heavy pct, I felt crap so even ran more pct meds with no difference.

    Just a risk you take, I think it's best to be prepared for the fact that there is a chance "one day" you may never recover fully.
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