A super way to NOT grow for most people. Could work splendid for YOU. Most people would do poorly on gear or off gear on this schedule. I end up training people very frequently that make BETTER gains training on a reasonable program clean than they did while "on". One of the biggest mistakes people make when doing a cycle is adding a bunch of sets, lifts, and days in the gym. My advice to people going "on" is to take a routine you KNOW you can grow on clean, and then add very little or nothing to it. Bump protein and nutrition up and grow like a weed. Or.......you can add all kinds of **** and grow very little past the water/nutrient loading the gear gets you. Gear does NOT make one impervious to overtraining and for many raises the threshold very little. SOME people can do LOTS more when on and get away with it. They are in the minority. Lots of people point the finger at bunk gear, when in fact the problem is bunk training.
Just my .02