I know you are not a fan of stasis/tapering for the basic reason that you spend time “in limbo” with androgen levels too high to recover and too little for any gains.
But isn’t this masteron protocol you are suggesting getting dangerously close to this level?[/quote]
It is not supposed to be. It is intended to still maintain decent LH production and thus not be in a significantly suppressed state at all.
I don’t see it as the same thing as taking those same things at the same doses while trying to come out of full suppression.
Not that this would even begin to suggest a point, but purely for illustration: Sort of like how a man already on his feet might stand a given force against him with no problem, but someone that was flat on the ground and is struggling to get up might not do nearly so well with that same force and with that force working against him might be very slow to get back up to his feet again.
Secondly, it’s really the tapering that I particularly object to. If someone has poor natural T in the first place or from experience knows that even with proper PCT and not-overly-long cycle length their recovery is slow, if they want to let levels drop – no taper – to something commensurate with say 100 mg/week use and then use a light stasis, I have no objection to that.
For someone with good natural T and there being no known fact of being slow to recover even with proper PCT and appropriate cycle length and compounds, I would rather see them fully recover that first and then do some light, not-much-suppressive stasis than jump right into it.