Ok, I figured I would just throw this out there and see if you guys know any studies or facts or know absolutely nothing and just wanna talk shit.
Is there a point to taking more than 3-4 heavy mass juice cycles in your life ( for guys who regularly work out)? I am not talking about BRIDGING or juicing YEAR ROUND. I am talking about the BASIC cosmetic bodybuilder who is just using AAS to reach a musculer limit he can HOLD while NOT on juice.
Excluding CUTTING cycles for contests and Bodybuilders who use juice year round to make constant gains due to the NEW anabolic environment they created in their body…I am talking about the guy ( like me I guess) who would cycle AAS just to reach a state of muscle he can hold while NOT on the juice.
It seems to me that after about 3- 4 quality cycles, your body is at the limit your NATURAL hormone levels can support the muscle mass. Think about this. Flex wheeler stopped juicing ( still lifts) but dropped from 296 to 217!!! Kevin Lervone Balloons up and down in weight. The classic bodybuilders always competed at the same weight, but used anabolics 1-2 times a year for years. Arnold made most of his muscler jumps between the ages of 19 - 23. After that he always competed at 225 ( maybe better conditioned, but not at a larger size).
My whole point is that if you like to ballon up and down in weight, like the guys who do AAS before summer or compete, to look good for a CERTAIN AMOUNT OF TIME ( particulary when on AAS) this does not pertain to you. It is more directed to the guy who doesn’t want to have to count on AAS everytime he wants to look good, but mainly reach his bodies natural mass limit QUICKER.
Alright, now what the fuck do you think about my hypothesis? Start’em up boys!