Hi, I need some advice about test e + eq cycle from you seasoned vets out there.
Stats: 26yo 5’9" 160lbs 12%bf
This will be my first injectable cycle. I’ve done dbol before, wasn’t really happy with it. It made me bloat and affected my cardio.
I plan on doing 16week cycle
250mg/week test e
Frontload the first 2 weeks
500mg/week test e
I have arimidex to take during cycle
Clomid for pct.
I have spent money on it so there is no backing out now.
My goal is mostly a performance boost. I want to be faster and stronger, and shave some minutes off my 10k time.
I’d like to gain 10-15lbs and still perform athletically. I’m looking at it as more muscle = more overall performance
From what I scratched online, eq seems to be the go to gear for performance boost. Comments on that?
I was told to have a test base for any cycle to achieve good results.
I run 5-10k 3x a week
Crossfit 3x a week
Gym 4-5x week
Im new to crossfit. I would just keep to the gym if I could but I’ve bought into Crossfit as it helps my endurance.
Is this plan good to go? Thanks for the help[/quote]
That cycle will probably suck.
Also, you are way, way to small to be cycling…5’9 and only 160 lbs at 12%? AND you’ve already cycled previously…[/quote]
Ironman I think your totally wrong. Obviously at 160lbs he put tons and tons of effort into the gym and even more in the Kitchen the guy is a total beast and is so ready for a well thought totally awesome cycle like the one above.
OP obviously I am being sarcastic about the entire post and I hope you just get fake gear… Maybe even a slight infection. Have a good day.[/quote]
Lol, fuck you Reed.
At first all I read was your first paragraph…and I was trying to figure outa way to digitally bitch slap you.[/quote]
HAHAHA you know I love you. I would like to hope people would realize I wouldn’t recommend that cycle to anyone apparently I gotta post more often haha.[/quote]
I not overly concerned with the cycle itself, although it is not an extremely productive one in terms of adding size. More so the completely unprepared and underdeveloped cycler.