Users of Superdrol: Have you kept your gains?

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  1. Did not put on 25lbs like everyone wants, really had more of a transformation, say a physique recompositioning: Link to progress---:> 3 SuperDrol Pulses Later : Compare Feb 2011 - Feb 2012
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by phatmike0704 View Post
    i've ran many cycles of sd, most gains were between those numbers
    So, you are up 50-80lbs then since you started?
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  3. Ran a 4 week cycle of sd (transform) 20/20/30/30. Up 25 pounds. A week into pct and have only dropped 1 pound. I'm eating like I did on cycle. Training wise instead of wrecking my muscles I'm just stimulating them with less weight but higher reps. Went to a 4-3 split and upping my protein a lil more. Deloading :-) don't go to failure. Your body can't recover like it did on the goodies so don't overtrain. Work back intensity after 2 weeks
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    Ran a 4 week cycle of sd (transform) 20/20/30/30. Up 25 pounds. A week into pct and have only dropped 1 pound. I'm eating like I did on cycle. Training wise instead of wrecking my muscles I'm just stimulating them with less weight but higher reps. Went to a 4-3 split and upping my protein a lil more. Deloading :-) don't go to failure. Your body can't recover like it did on the goodies so don't overtrain. Work back intensity after 2 weeks
    deff a good idea to deload first two weeks I agree youll lose more if you go too hard with super low androgen levels

  5. That and you want to keep that cortisol away
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  6. Gains and anabolics ...

    I was in the gyms back in the day when guys did nothing but inject and didn't do a PCT at all. I stayed "natural" until I was 48 years old - I just didn't want to get involved in what they were going through - because it didn't look fun.

    When you say "keep the gains" ... it's important to decide what kind of time frame you're talking about.

    Keep the gains until the next cycle starts? Totally doable and THAT is how most guys do it - by continuously cycling on and off AAS because - if they don't, their body reverts to it's natural form ... but they're still going to be carrying the baggage of all those "hits" to their HPTA from the steroid cycles though.

    And this is why I don't hit any compound hard enough to shut me down. Due to my job - I travel a lot and occasionally I might find myself stranded in a hell hole for 30 days with no gym in sight. I'll do cardio - lose a ton of muscle - come back to Mrs. Honda looking like a ripped Lance Armstrong and I get back into the gym and rebuild all that ****.

    Once you get on the AAS roller-coaster - well, you need to figure out how long you're going to be on it before you jump off - and you need a plan for jumping off.

    By the way - I would say that most of the guys that did AAS back in the 70's that I knew ... they still look pretty good and are off the gear. They are NOT however, the monsters they used to be. That's okay though. At least they were smart enough to figure out how to jump off the roller coaster.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by HondaV65
    Gains and anabolics ...

    I was in the gyms back in the day when guys did nothing but inject and didn't do a PCT at all. I stayed "natural" until I was 48 years old - I just didn't want to get involved in what they were going through - because it didn't look fun.

    When you say "keep the gains" ... it's important to decide what kind of time frame you're talking about.

    Keep the gains until the next cycle starts? Totally doable and THAT is how most guys do it - by continuously cycling on and off AAS because - if they don't, their body reverts to it's natural form ... but they're still going to be carrying the baggage of all those "hits" to their HPTA from the steroid cycles though.

    And this is why I don't hit any compound hard enough to shut me down. Due to my job - I travel a lot and occasionally I might find myself stranded in a hell hole for 30 days with no gym in sight. I'll do cardio - lose a ton of muscle - come back to Mrs. Honda looking like a ripped Lance Armstrong and I get back into the gym and rebuild all that ****.

    Once you get on the AAS roller-coaster - well, you need to figure out how long you're going to be on it before you jump off - and you need a plan for jumping off.

    By the way - I would say that most of the guys that did AAS back in the 70's that I knew ... they still look pretty good and are off the gear. They are NOT however, the monsters they used to be. That's okay though. At least they were smart enough to figure out how to jump off the roller coaster.
    U make a good point. Its important not to completely shut yourself down in order to help keep gains. This means hard and long cycles r out of the question, shorter more mild cycles would prove to b better. Just think about it, doing only 2 8-10 week cycles a year and putting on 15-20 pounds is amazing, especially lean gains which is achieveable.
  8. PCT is not the time to push your body to do *anything* besides recover.


    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    Ran a 4 week cycle of sd (transform) 20/20/30/30. Up 25 pounds. A week into pct and have only dropped 1 pound. I'm eating like I did on cycle. Training wise instead of wrecking my muscles I'm just stimulating them with less weight but higher reps. Went to a 4-3 split and upping my protein a lil more. Deloading :-) don't go to failure. Your body can't recover like it did on the goodies so don't overtrain. Work back intensity after 2 weeks
    Link --:> http://anabolicminds.com/forum/steroids/192992-pct-what-why.html

    The below is an excerpt from ManBeast's above thread "PCT: What, Why, and How!".
    Quote Originally Posted by ManBeast View Post

    Finally we get to training and eating during PCT. This is where a lot of people mess up. They've just finished up a bulker and want to immediately get rid of the extra bits of fat they've accumulated, so they drastically cut calories and start doing stupid-crazy amounts of cardio, and then wonder where their gains have gone by the time they finish PCT.


    If you haven't been able to surmise by now, PCT is not the time to push your body to do *anything* besides recover. Calories should be no lower than maintenance, cardio should be very mild (and for health only, not fat destruction), and weight training should be mild. When it comes to these aspects, it really is that simple.

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  9. I would disagree. I do longer cycles 12-20 weeks and my body adjusts to the new weight gain so in pct i can in theory hold the weight. When ur equilibrium is 185 lbs and u gain 20lbs and go up to 205 in 3-4 weeks asking your body to hold that is very difficult which is why we see the "superdrol ten" where people lose weight as fast as they put it on. You are going to be just as shutdown from a month of SD as 12 weeks of test, after a certain point u are mostly shutdown so if you are gonna shutdown in 3 weeks you might as well ride it out and get as much as u can out of it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Stri8ed View Post
    U make a good point. Its important not to completely shut yourself down in order to help keep gains. This means hard and long cycles r out of the question, shorter more mild cycles would prove to b better. Just think about it, doing only 2 8-10 week cycles a year and putting on 15-20 pounds is amazing, especially lean gains which is achieveable.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Husker89
    I would disagree. I do longer cycles 12-20 weeks and my body adjusts to the new weight gain so in pct i can in theory hold the weight. When ur equilibrium is 185 lbs and u gain 20lbs and go up to 205 in 3-4 weeks asking your body to hold that is very difficult which is why we see the "superdrol ten" where people lose weight as fast as they put it on. You are going to be just as shutdown from a month of SD as 12 weeks of test, after a certain point u are mostly shutdown so if you are gonna shutdown in 3 weeks you might as well ride it out and get as much as u can out of it.
    I agree. That is why I said milder though, an SD cycle IMO i consider that a blast. I'm talking about slower gradual gains, seeing I don't use high doses a 10 pound gain in 8 weeks is probly keepable. Lol I think we're getting at the same point.

  11. mild gains are mild gains, 5 lbs in 4 weeks, 10 lbs in 8 weeks, 20 lbs in 16, all are at about the same rate.
    -Saving random peoples' nuts, one pair at at time... PCT info:
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/steroids/192992-pct-what-why.html
    -Are you really ready for a cycle? Read this link and be honest:
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/steroids/191120-checklist-before-thinking.html
    *I am not a medical expert, my opinions are not professional, and I strongly suggest doing research of your own.*

  12. Quote Originally Posted by ManBeast
    mild gains are mild gains, 5 lbs in 4 weeks, 10 lbs in 8 weeks, 20 lbs in 16, all are at about the same rate.
    Yes exactly. I wouldn't wanna stay on for 4 months though.
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