I know what is on most of your minds. Take advantage of the naturally high T levels right now, gain lots and lots of mass, cut later. I respect your point of views, totally. Actually I would like to get down to around 8%, where you can really see deeply-carved abs. Only then I will be satisfied with my efforts, I guess. I’ve come to a conclusion after pondering over it for a while. My priority would be to get ripped, then start gaining the mass. I guess I’ll take probably another 10more weeks and see where I get to. I’m going all out for these 10 weeks. 10/52 weeks in a year, not too much to ask for, eh? Thanks for the input in any case guys. You provided great help.[/quote]
I see very few people (as in none so far) who approach bodybuilding like this and actually end up gaining a lot of muscle. Instead, what we usually see is a lot of dieting down any time they lose an ab…and then, 5 years later, they MAY have gained 5-10lbs of muscle.