Most AAS users and books recommend that when using AAS protocols, it is best to maintain a steady plasma level rather than to have a lot of peaks and valleys. I can definitely understand the reasoning behind this. However, I have come across an interesting passage in Anabolics 2004.
It states that Bill Roberts claims that a single-episode dosing schedule should have a less dramatic impact on the HPTA, as there is sufficient period each day where steroid hormone levels are not extremely exaggerated. But Llewellyn goes on to state that there is doubt that a hormonal stability can be maintained during such a cycle.
Bill Llewellyn then points out that Dianabol has a half life of about 3-5 hours. You can either split your doses into 4-6 equal doses in order to maintain steady levels, or you have the option of taking the entire amount at one dose.
He explains that by taking the entire amount at one time, preferably in the morning before training, blood levels will peak at 1.5-3 hours. Taking the entire dose at 1.5-3 hours before training would probably allow the highest concentration in the blood during training. “This would also allow a considerable number of hours for an androgen rich metabolism to heighten the uptake of nutrients, especially the critical hours following training.”
I would also imagine that this would also heighten aggression in the gym, and may prevent a buildup of aggression as the day progresses.
Does anyone else agree with this reasoning? Fill me in on any experience and dosing schedule that you have with dianabol. Has anyone actually tried this kind of dose, or is much more common to see a split dosage throughout the day.