This is one of those questions without a best case scenario answer Im afraid, and, like most things, it will depend on you, your exercise tolerance, recovery capacity, nutrition etc etc. And is also one of the reasons why I feel that for the most part guys without a decent training history shouldnt really take gear, Ill tell you why (not saying that this is you BTW).
Generally, you should be able to tolerate more training volume, and the increases in motivation, desire to train and strength will likely mean that you will train with greater intensity (in terms of load and effort) too. So what we find with people who use half decent amounts is both a concomittent increase in training volume, training intensity and training effort (and probably frequency too - people love to train while using). The benefits of using steroids is an obvious increase in recovery capacity, however, fatigue effects on the CNS need to be monitored.
This is where cybernetic periodisation comes in. Think of this as being cognisent of your body, how its feeling and what you can do - instinctive training if you like. Have a definite plan, and indeed increase your volume and training efforts BUT be aware of how your CNS responds to the increase in training stressors (and be sure to increase your overall nutrient intake accordingly). When feeling flat, back off maybe, or do something different than what you had planned, when feeling good - go for it. Maintaining consistent progression, which sometimes may mean taking a step back to go 2 steps forward, throughout the course of a cycle will ensure good gains.
Steroids are great training aides but they only complement a solid training and nutrition plan.