I myself have a few tren cycles under my belt. I really like the stuff. I have only used the enanthate ester. In my constant search for knowledge I came across a new source of info.
My question is really a polling of experience. I have always been of the mind that you run tren higher for a gaining cycle and low for a cutting cycle. (Just like most AAS) For a cutting cycle the midset is use just enough to prevent catabolic action and prevent muscular deterioration in a caloric deficient environment. For gaining use just enough to gain without over using and magnifying side effects. I personally have had good luck gaining at 400 mgs a week with a test base. I have only once ran a quasi cutting cycle with tren in the mix at 200 mgs a week.
Well this new source of info claims you run tren lower to gain and higher to cut. His gaining dosage is still close to what I use, around 200-400 mgs per week. But for cutting he recommended what I thought was extremely high dosage of 800-1000 per week. His explanation is at that dosage your metabolism is so high you basically can’t keep fat on. Also that your metabolism is so high at the high cutting dosage you can’t gain either basically your body burns up everything so fast there is never enough to have something left over to build with.
Is tren the counter intuitive AAS? Is it a compound you run lower for gains and higher for cutting thus being essentially opposite of the other AAS’s? Or is this extra high dose protocol for cutting just a third option?
So what is everyone else’s experience? Do you guys run low for cut and higher for gain? Is this dosage that I think is extremely high another third option for tren or is my original concept flawed?
Has anyone ventured that high with tren? I am planning a springtime cycle of drier gaining and was originally thinking of going to 600 mgs a week vs my past dosage of 400 mgs but this new source of info has me questioning my plan.