@Cycobushmaster - You are correct, I use arimidex, 1mg pills and I take 1 pill on each injection day. I think you and Joyfull hit the nail on the head. After reading you response and his about estrogen I did some more research. I didnt realize low estrogen would be an issue. I know I dont have high estrogen but in reading side effects of low estrogen it is exactly what I am feeling. Extreme fatigue, exhaustion and so on. I didnt know you had to balance it.
So, would it be better to cut to a half pill tomorrow which is injection day or skip it completely and not take any inhibitier?
Also, I was going to go 10 weeks total then take HCG at the end. If I am taking arimidex during cycle and HCG at the end is there a need for anything else like nolva?
@Mr. Walkway - My first thought was I was overtraining because with the increased recovery time I was able to go harder but I dont think I was over doing it. My usual routine is this and I would take any advice n regards to it whether I need to cutback and increase or change completely please feel free to give input. All my sets I do reps between 5-12.
Monday - AM Chest - Bench 5 sets, butterflys 5 sets, incline d-bells 3-4 sets then cardio 30 min
PM Biceps/Triceps - barbell curls/tricep ext superset 5 sets, Hammer curls/tricep pushdowns superset 5 sets and then ABS
Tues - AM - Back - ? hammer machine but cant think of name for 5 sets, rows 5 sets and pull downs 3 sets then cardio
Wens - AM - Legs - squats 5 sets, ext 5 sets, leg curls 5 sets, calf raises 5 sets, abs
Thurs - AM - Shoulders - Press 5 sets, front raises, 5 sets, side raises 5 sets rear 3 sets and cardio 30 min.
1-2 days rest and repeat. every 6 weeks or so I change up exercises but it will still follow same format.
@Joyful - Chrones is something they talked about with me at first alond with Lupus. It took them a year to properly diagnose me with a kidney biopsy. Autoimmune disease suck but I guess all diseases do. Glad to hear you got through it as well.