Cycle length has been on my mind lately with pondering a new cycle for the distant future…
With the risk/reward understanding in mind, I am trying to come to some conclusion as to the most optimal duration to run a cycle (given PCT, not TRT).
10 weeks on cycle will no doubt do more for suppression than 5weeks, and a longer PCT duration entails. Personally i find longer cycles much harder to come back.
I guess the optimal length would have to be in regards to the individual recovery time with PCT.
Point being, does some sort of middle ground exist? and has someone gone for an approach such as, 4-6 week cycles/ shorter PCT lengths (bloodworks hopefully done for recovery), and has it worked better?
e.g–10 weeks on + PCT/recovery VS 5ish weeks + PCT recovery – repeating as each recover, who will be better off with gains?
Side note - I also post this with the agenda to discourage some new/younger users from doing lengthy cycles with overly suppressive drugs. People (myself guilty as well) seem to lose logical thinking when planning a cycle, going ‘gainscrazy’ and plan a 12weeker+ cycle with tren and all that good stuff, then wonder why a 4 week PCT has not helped.