Training History: Been lifting since the age of 13.
Lifting stats: No recent and very accurate stats, however after I left College ( Uk-based )
Deadlift : 180kg
Back Squat: 150kg
Incline Bench Press: 135kg ( haven’t had access to a flat bench for 6 months)
Bodyweight at that time : 112-115kg fluctuations. Current Weight : 98-102kg
Previous cycle history : No AAS, 2 trips with ECA stacks
Specific reason to try clenbuterol instead of Ephedrine is based on the fact that Clenbuterol has a longer half life ( around 36 hours) and I wasn’t happy with the last ECA I used, I also don’t like the short effect/half life of ephedrine. And before I wanted to spend money on more ephedrine, I want to try clenbuterol.
I wanted more out of clenbuterol so I thought about stacking it with T4 ( T3 was not my first choice due to it being a lot more potent and I didn’t want to suffer from its catabolic effects too much, therefore I believe T4 might be a better choice in my scenario) The reason for wanting to use these pharmaceuticals is for sport, I play rugby at University standard and want to be leaner, which will help me to be fitter around the part.
I train in the gym at least 5 times a week, 3 times strength and conditioning which involves a lot of plyometric movements, strenght training includes front squat, cleans, high pulls, lat pulldowns and bosu ball climb ups ( the latter two aren’t real strength but more a personal choice at targeting weaker areas of my body )
Now rugby gets trained 3 times a week, which is always 1.5 hours a session, so I get minimum 4.5 hours of cardio training which is always fast [aced and I give it everything I have. Some weeks I have 2 rugby matches, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. These last 80 minutes a match. So rugby is truly worked out 5 times a week as well. Gym lasts anywhere form 1.5 hours to 3 hours.
On the nutritional side, I always take food to the gym, some form of fast acting carbohydrates and bcaa for during workout, I always have fats acting carbohydrates before gym and after gym too, the rest of the time slow releasing carbohydrates such as brown rice, sweet potatoes and sometimes pasta. Carbohydrates at the moment never exceed 200 grams, I always eat as much protein as I can get hold of, but never below 150g a day ( I know this is low ) and I don;t measure fats but generally are kept in 50-75g a day, but the fast majority of them are unsaturated and EFA’s.
Now my question is could I pull off Clen and T4 without significant muscle loss and a significant amount of fat loss? I am hoping to lose around 2/3kg in 4 weeks, in excess of what I am losing now * which has been around 1kg in 2 weeks.
Clenbuterol: 20mcg the first 3 days, per day. Then increase by 20mcg a day till I reach 60mcg per day. This will be everyday for the first 2 weeks.
Week 3 use Diphenhydramine 50mg before bed to upregulate receptors ( not sure if this is a broscience myth or fact)
Clen use week 3-4
Start at 40mcg a day, for the first 3 days, and build up to 80mcg a day for the rest of these 2 weeks.
T4 usage :
Week 1 : 100mcg a day
Week 2 : 200mcg a day
Week 3: 200mcg a day
Week 4: 100mcg a day
Thank you for reading my thread, I tried to provide as much helpful detail as I could, and any feed back will be appreciated. Was also thinking of using T4 but I wouldn;t know how to go about that, so I would rather not unless someone can provide me, kindly, with some solid information on the matter.