To whomever it may concern,
I wish to start this thread off by thanking you for clicking on another one of the “first cycle” threads. I have been lurking on these threads for a while and reading all of the different opinions and/or comments and I know it seems like everyone is always asking for advice without first putting in time to conduct research themselves. Hopefully, that won’t be the case here.
About me: I am 21, about to turn 22 (Yes, young in some of your eyes but at least hear me out). I have done a lot of reading and watching of videos made by those who have much more knowledge than I, and I was hoping I could bounce my plan off of those of you who are much more experienced and knowledgeable. In terms on “stats” I am 5’ 8, 250lbs and by no means do I have a six-pack, however I wouldn’t consider myself fat either. All throughout high-school nd now into college the gym has been my life. I don’t go out drinking and partying like the proto-typical millennial my age, and I have not missed a scheduled workout in over a year. I currently compete in strongman and I have hopes and dreams of taking it to the worlds stage. Am I crazy? Possibly, but I would rather try and fail, as opposed to not try at all. In the interest of this, I am not naïve and know that in order to make it that far drugs are a necessary course of action.
With that being said, I have planned out a 10 week Test C cycle, that goes as follows:
Week 1: Monday & Thursday 500mg Each (as a ramp up)
Weeks 2 - 10: Monday & Thursday 250mg Each, also start taking Arimidex at .5 every other day (adjust as necessary)
Week 11 and 12: Continue Arimidex during week 11 if needed, however this is yet to be set in stone as it depends on how my body reacts.
PCT will start after week 12 and will consist of Clomid on a 100/50/25 split. This means Clomid will be dosed at 100mg for 11 days, 50mg for 10 days, and 25mg for 7 days.
In regards to the PCT, I have read many conflicting things about what and what not do, and therefore any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
Lastly, if you made it thus far I would like to thank you for taking the time to read all of this. I would also encourage you to speak your mind, whether that be in a negative or positive light as we all can learn from one other. Thanks again.