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Bridging...

Hi,
during my reasearch i have often found reference to “bridging” protocol…

i don’t understand how that procedure fit with PCT.

Var, proviron and the other drugs used to bridge are oral and suppressive… so they dont allow for full recovery. How does that impact on the body?

or bridging are used only when long ester are used?

Bridging is like never coming off. Never believed in such theory :slight_smile:

AG-Guys

I’ll agree. You’re either off or you’re on. SO unless you’re taking very small amount of test along with clomid as p-22 has discussed (which there is still some debate over) then you’re supressing yourself. Think about it how the hell can you really recover from your steroid cycle while still being on steroids?

[quote]ag-guys wrote:
Bridging is like never coming off. Never believed in such theory :slight_smile:

AG-Guys[/quote]

YEP!
so you always be on… never done PCT?

Normally referenced by those who do not want to be off cycle, however those that are health concious are looking for bridging protocols that will still allow for off cycle recovery. IGF-1, GH, Slin, those are compunds to learn extensively about, if you are interested in a off cycle bridging protocols.