I must start this off by saying that this is by far the greatest forum Ive ever joined!!! The info thats obtained here is of great value, especially as a newbie!!!
Since Ive joined, ive gained great knowlege and understanding on some things. Its funny how knowlege works though, the more you know, the more you want to know!!!
Anyway, this question popped in my mind while meditating on what ive learned in the past few days!! It stems from the infinate number of conflicting opinions that i hear all the time, and that is....WHATS THE REAL DEAL!!!
I mean, there have been numerous amounts of people of all ages, skinny, fat, or in between, too young, too old, not enough knowlege, too much knowlege(over thinkers), vets, newbies, and the list goes on of people who have done cycles of AAS!
The real question is, if someones objective is to gain a better body than what they have right now, and does a cycle in the most educated and safest way for them at the moment, does this list of things above really matter?
Of course, there are risk factors for everyone, seasoned vets and newbies alike! But isnt cycling in the most educated and safest way at the moment the thing that seperates a vet from a newbie?
Now you may say, it all depends on a persons definition of safe and educated. So lets define them: Educated in my own words means, to have aquired proficient knowlege on a particular subject enabling them to operate in this subject with clear perception. Safe in my own words mean, to be as far away from harm or danger that is mentally possible.
If this is the case, whats the big deal, for example with a person with 3-5 years experience in the gym who's made some ok gains, who eats ok but not perfectly, whos lifts are average or slightly above, who has educated himself on the knowlege of which AAS to take and the diet he must follow for his particlar goals, and how to do PCT, who's mentally stable, doing a simple beginner's cycle to test the waters? Is there really something wrong with this?
Im asking because it occured to me, that in some way, we are all in the same boat when it comes to the safety of using AAS! I mean, someone who has been cycling for 40 years, could rightfully say that a person who's been cycling for 10 years doesnt have proper knowlege to be cycling, just like a person who has cycled 7 times could say to a beginner that he is not ready to cycle!
Anyway, i dont wanna go on and on, but you get my drift! What are your thoughts?