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Test C and Tren Ace Cycle


#1

I'm 18 years old starting a tren ace cycle and test c. I keep hearing to go with test prop because it won't add much water as cyp would. Right now I want to look dry.
I eat 8 times a day
I do my cardio.
have knowledge and how to use. My question is. Will I see good results off this cycle


#2

18, really. Why? You don’t need AAS. Oh, and your post sucks. No info whatsoever.


#3

Unless you’re going to be a pro athlete or bodybuilder, or have a proven lack of endogenous test, doing a cycle at your age is fucktarded as hell.

For your sake I really hope that when you’re 30 you look back at being 18 and deciding to wait for 5-7 years, rather than being 30 and in the sack with a hot chick and not able to get a boner*.

*and that will just be the tip of the iceberg.


#4

^yup.

Androgenic anabolic steroid exposure during adolescence: ramifications for brain development and behavior.

Authors
Cunningham RL1, Lumia AR, McGinnis MY.
Author information
Journal
Horm Behav. 2013 Jul;64(2):350-6. doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2012.12.009. Epub 2012 Dec 26.

Affiliation
Abstract
This article is part of a Special Issue “Puberty and Adolescence”. Puberty is a critical period for brain maturation that is highly dependent on gonadal sex hormones. Modifications in the gonadal steroid environment, via the use of anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS), have been shown to affect brain development and behavior. Studies in both humans and animal models indicate that AAS exposure during adolescence alters normal brain remodeling, including structural changes and neurotransmitter function. The most commonly reported behavioral effect is an increase in aggression. Evidence has been presented to identify factors that influence the effect of AAS on the expression of aggression. The chemical composition of the AAS plays a major role in determining whether aggression is displayed, with testosterone being the most effective. The hormonal context, the environmental context, physical provocation and the perceived threat during the social encounter have all been found to influence the expression of aggression and sexual behavior. All of these factors point toward an altered behavioral state that includes an increased readiness to respond to a social encounter with heightened vigilance and enhanced motivation. This AAS-induced state may be defined as emboldenment. The evidence suggests that the use of AAS during this critical period of development may increase the risk for maladaptive behaviors along with neurological disorders.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/23274699/