In season (basketball)

  1. In season (basketball)


    Im getting ready to begin my 2nd cycle, my 1st cycle was P-Plex as that went well 8lbs+ muscle gain.

    Next Cycle Will Look Like This:
    T-Roid: 60/60/90/90
    Havoc: 20/20/30/30
    CEL Cycle Assist~

    PCT: CEL PCT Assist, Nolvadex 20/20/20/10, possibly 6oxo.

    Now should I halt and wait till after basketball season, for the gains will be larger.. or if with my hard working training regimen now could i see weight gains?

    Im wanting 15+lbs.
    I train a solid 4 days a week, because of my schedule.


  2. what are ur current stats? why do u want to be bulkier for basketball?
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  3. I want to be bulkier in general.
    I love building muscle, and the stronger I am the stronger I can play.
    6'5, 230pds. I want to be 245..

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Ligonozrk View Post
    I want to be bulkier in general.
    I love building muscle, and the stronger I am the stronger I can play.
    6'5, 230pds. I want to be 245..
    Unless your a team that doesn't do much running or your excused from it bulking/juicing is a bad idea. You can certainly maintain gains during the season. A protein supplement (and lifting) would be sufficient for that.

  5. So you reckon to bulk off season?
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Ligonozrk View Post
    So you reckon to bulk off season?

    yes, but you could run a low dose of something with lean gains such as epistane, and be lean adn strong and keep up your endurance.
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