Let’s say you haven’t worked out in a year and have become scrawny as hell because of extreme demands of last year of grad school that made going to gym impossible.
Let’s say you all of the sudden discovered that your favorite girl in the world, that you haven’t seen since you were in the best shape of your life two years ago (and who has never seen you out of shape but always used to admire your body tremendously) was coming to town in 2 weeks and has already asked you to go out with her immediately.
Let’s say you also had a stockpile of MAG-10 and 1AD that you’ve been hoarding since the week before the ban on prohormones.
Though it’s generally, of course, best to wait until you are in really really good unaided shape before taking these kinds of aids, would it be useful to take them just to try to do whatever you can to look less scrawny two weeks from now?
I guess what I’m asking is, in addition eating like a monster, taking all your Biotest supps, and working out intelligently, would it be a terrible idea, under such extenuating circumstances, to take a prosteroid for a couple weeks just to help counter the terrible susceptibility to overtraining of the first couple weeks of coming back after long time off?
I am just concerned that my recovery will be so poor and my soreness so high that the first 2 weeks really won’t be able to produce hardly any visible results at all.
I’m wondering if it is a reasonable practice to take something like MAG-10 to help make it possible to see a little better results and experience a little less danger of overtraining out of overexuberance.
I’m only talking about taking them for a very brief period here