to:experienced dnp users
- 11-20-2004, 12:43 PM
to:experienced dnp users
i did a cycle of dnp that lasted 25 days. 200 mg(i weigh 255) a day. no sides besides the heat. i have enough for another 25. should i do 2 mini cycles with 2 weeks between or another 25 dayer. the second half of my first cycle i did not notice much fatloss. i was taking a tab cynomel a day with my dnp.
- 11-20-2004, 01:06 PM
It will depend on your situation. If you can put up with the extra sides, the shorter cycle with a higher amount would work better. The deciding factor is your situation you are at. When you get in the 400-600mg range, it is very much different from the 200mg range from my experiences. If you have a regular job especially one that sometimes involves some labor, the sides at 400-600mg will affect you alot. I have actually just completed a 14 day cycle in which I went up to 600mg recently (have done 4 total DNP cycles of various types over the past year). When I got up to 600mg, I just wanted to sleep all day. I had to drop back down to 400mg because it affected my job and I work in an office so there is not alot of physical work. Even at 400mg it was difficult but tolerable, but I suffered in my workouts.
In the past I have done a 25 day 200mg cycle with T3 and clen and it worked rather well as I was still able to workout and work at my job without any problems as there was little to no sides.
As far as fatloss, I think a 10-14 day higher dose cycle will give you similar results to a low dose 25day cycle. The 25day cycle is if you don't have any rush to lose the weight and don't want to have all of the sides/increased sides.
You will prob. get more loss by using 2 shorter, higher dose cycles then one 25 day cycle.
Lastly, as you are losing bodyfat, you cannot expect the weight loss to continue to come off at the same rate.
11-22-2004, 04:30 PM
i'm not going to use a higher dose at a shorter interval. same dose just 2 shorter intervals. i was just wondering if the effects degrade after a period of time due to a feedback loop in the body slowing down the metabolism.Originally Posted by TBigs
Last edited by primal1; 11-22-2004 at 04:31 PM. Reason: typing error
11-22-2004, 04:48 PM
There is no real feedback loop for DNP, that is partly why it works so well. Sustained use will, however, adversely affect your thyroid - not permanently.
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