I actually was thinking about the equipoise. I think that is a good idea. This will be well beyond anything I have done before.
GHRP-6 and Equipoise both will be included, if I can afford both. Maybe just run the GHRP-6 when I add the tren, because the last part of the cycle I will have tren, orals, and high dose test, with the EQ. So thats a lot of shit, but I am not sure I can afford GHRP-6 the entire cycle.
Would it be better to use GHRP-6 the entire time and drop the equipoise?
I will not run anadrol then since I will have equipoise, since both increase RBC count.
I would rather use Tren E for convenience, but I see what you mean about acetate. I could get plenty and bump the dose till it is high enough.
Also that last part is very true. I found myself cramping bad from all the d-bol last meet. It didn't start till bench, fucking killed my ability to arch, but didn't affect my deadlift.
Ok, including the changes, here is the revision.
Weeks 1-16 500mg Test E e3d
Weeks 1-16 Equipoise 400mg/week
Week 1- Superdrol - 15mg
Week 2- Superdrol - 15mg
Week 3- Superdrol - 30mg
Tren Acetate 50 mg ED to start, bump till I see sides, then back off.
(split into 2-3 injections? Not too sure how to use this really)
D-bol 40-50mg ED
Adex- .25mg EOD, and adjust according to needs
Will try halo/d-bol/suspension preworkout several times to test it and find the right dose I can handle.
Plan on using all 3 on meet day following this dosage schedule (guesses now until I test out and assess dosages)
First thing when I wake up
TNE- 200mg , 50-75mg Tren Acetate
during rules meeting- 10mg Halo, 40-50mg D-bol
20-40mg d-bol assuming no cramping issues
10mg halo, 20-40mg d-bol
That meet day dosing should have me ready to bring the house down, if I can handle that much shit. Will be tested in training first.
Will have proviron on hand in case of libido problems
Will get some caber too
Already have nolva in case I ever need it.
Also, as mentioned in a post above, since BP may be an issue, and I need to avoid beta blockers, how about calcium channel blockers?
Or what I think may be best, angiotensin II receptor antagonists.