I trained for 8 years before I ever touched AAS and could never get over the weight of 210lbs, I just hovered around 205-210 and just couldn't go higher. Well, After a year and half and 3 good strong cycles later I was averaging 230-235 and looked great.
I decided to stop and go natural again, as that was my plan all along. I trained as hard as before and kept up my diet and withing 2 years I was below 200lbs and couldn't and I mean couldn't get over that 200lb mark.
AAS lowered my natural Testosterone enough to keep me from getting back to where I was before I started them in the first place. Just think about it before you dive in, thats all. Its not something you can do once or twice and then just go back to being the same person and having the same hormone levels as before. It truly does change you. It's a lifestyle, not a quick fix, its a temporary fix that will most likely create a permanent change in your body, thats not always for the better.
I went back to AAS and gained back all that I have lost. The bad news is,
Now I'm on HRT (testosterone replacement therapy) for the rest of my life.