My opinion, if I recall, is shared by Cy, Bill Roberts, William Llewellyn, and several others. It is the contrary of your opinion.
In fact...nearly every expert on the subject disagrees with you. Every published expert, anyway.
Please post references. Please show me one single person who has listened to my advice fully and has been hurt by it.
You are making claims, but not supporting them with references or anything of the sort.
My protocol is based on sounde reasoning, and has had a couple of successful test runs.
Cressey read my book and thinks it's good, as have several members of the staff here, in addition to world class strength coaches from here and elsewhere, and not one has shared your opinion. But then, what do they know, right?
Interestingly, you once claimed to have done my PCT a long time ago, and then upon further inspection, your claim fell apart:
In fact, by the end of the discussion, it had become apparent you lhadn't even understood or read my PCT beforehand.
Please continue to post zero references, cite zero industry-credible people you have worked with or who share your views, or who think your work is valuable...
If that's exposing me, then you can do it all day.
You, so far, have roughly the same credibility as the Easter Bunny and Santa Clause. You haven't cited anything credible , not one medical journal, and actually (laughably) have compared opiates and corticosteroids to anabolics to support your PCT ideas.
Ho ho ho...
PCT and performance enhancement is medical therapy, huh? Can you point me to a textbook on it, or a class offered at a university on it?
Those things you mentioned are underground way to use medicine(s), and thus, the underground is ALWAYS going to be ahead of the medical community.
Good thing I don't write about bodybuilding, huh?
Granted, I'm not here to learn, but rather to teach (although there are several people here I can and do learn from).
Aren't you a doctor for the money?
Or do you moonlight as a doctor in your spare time? Do you see patients for free? If not, then aren't you "in it for the money" also. I mean...this is my field...ought not I be paid for working in it?
What's wrong with being a professional in this industry and being on a highly credible website because it helps my career?
Somehow this makes me Jack the Ripper, apparently...
I answer all the PMs I get, all the e-mails, and all the questions for me in my locker-room threads. Free. Totally Free.
I write stuff that is available for free all over the net(cycle design articles, PCT articles, profiles, etc...). In fact, there is more free stuff by me on the 'net than in my book (page wise, although it is different stuff).
I've got over 500 pages of my work available for free on the 'net. FREE.
Would I like people to buy my book? Yeah.
But if I were a betting man, I would imagine that I contribute more free work to my industry than you do to yours.
In fact, how about this:
I'll work for free, for all of my clients, for the next two months, on the agreement that every piece of writing I produce (at the same work rate/load) be released totally free to the public.
If you will do the same....i.e. you give free medical care to anone and everyone who wants it for free for two months.
If you aren't willing to do YOUR job for free, then don't bitch about me getting paid for mine.
Put up or shut up.