Hey guys, I was talking to a buddy in the gym today and we are talking about juicing. A topic came up and neither of us knew the answer. Lets say you've done 4 proper cycles, have an above average bodybuilder type body and and relatively lean. For whatever reason, you put down the syringe and stop doing cycles and just leave the game with 4 proper cycles followed by proper pct (which is rare to see now a days). Now your 5'9" and are 210 pretty lean, and start training naturally. With almost perfect diet, training, and rest, is it possible to hold on to that, and I'm talking long term, not just a month. Could you hold on to that size for 5 or even 10 years down the road. And to continue growing over time? Because your body will go back to homeostasis and over time wont your muscle start to diminish? The reason I ask is because, if I have to continually do cycles to maintain/grow, I am not sure how many more cycles I will do. In a weird way it seems pointless. Dont get me wrong, I LOVE being on from my results and strength. A dumb way of askin this question would be, If Jay Cutler had no way of every getting steroids, how big would he be with all his cycles he has done.