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Continuation of My Cycle


#1

I am 6'0 212lb, male 19% 31 years old. I started winstrol injectable 50 mg EOD and proviron 25mg twice a day plus triacana 5 a day every three hours exactly four weeks ago. I just got a bottle of propionate of 2,000mgs and one more bottle of winstrol.

I have the following to continue my next four to five weeks and ideally would like it to be the last four to five:

150 triacana
70 proviron of 25mg
50 mg of winstrol (20 shots)
100 mg of propionate (20 shots)

How should I combine these? I've read a lot everywhere and have an idea but now I need feedback to see what would be the best combination.

Goal is to mainly lose weight (fat) and a little muscle mass 5 to 10lb)

I train very hard and do a lot of cardio.

Cardio 3 times a week 1 hour
Lift 4 times a week + 20 min cardio

Eating

250 g of protein
125 g of carbs
60 g of fat

No carbs after workout.

Help please!!!


#2

If your goal is to lose fat you’d be better off sorting your diet rather than AAS. I’d reduce carbs and increase fats a little. An hour of cardio is overkill IMO and it will likely raise your cortisol. 30 mins cardio per session is fine. Others may disagree on that however.


#3

you need to fix your diet…

unless you’re in ketosis with 125 gms of carbs/day, then i’d either eat less, so you’ll be ketogenic, or eat more, so you’ll have energy.

EDIT: also, post workout is one of the few times you can get away with carbs on a restricted diet, unless this is some sort of weird carb cycling thing…


#4

That isn’t enough food no matter what your goals. Just over 2000kcal @ 212lbs and 19% bodyfat…


#5

[quote]Androgenoid wrote:
If your goal is to lose fat you’d be better off sorting your diet rather than AAS. I’d reduce carbs and increase fats a little. An hour of cardio is overkill IMO and it will likely raise your cortisol. 30 mins cardio per session is fine. Others may disagree on that however.[/quote]

i agree with you.

i’d rather see a guy do 30 min of fast paced walking on an empty stomach, and some HIIT later on than big chunks of cardio…