Hey, what 's up guys. Needed a little help with PCT after 12 wk Test E run (250x2 Mon, Thurs) I've also added Arimidex .5 mg EOD. Planning to wait 14 days to begin PCT. Because this is my first real experience running anything with PCT (I've run Dbol once and Anadrol and Dbol together, all oral cycle), for six weeks, but this was in the past before anybody talked a lot about PCT, or at least I never heard anyone recommend taking any Proviron or Nolvadex. I decided to include HCG with my cycle coming up this summer, but decided not to include it with this test e cycle. Perhaps it would have been wise to do so and cover all the bases. I do feel that planning my diet, workout program, and supplementation for PCT and the time between cycles is as important if not more important than planning my cycle. It seems like there is so much more to choose from and more products to align chronologically in order to achieve the goal of keeping as much of my gains as possible. Right now, I have . . .
Week 1-12 Test Enanthate 500/week
Arimidex .5mg EOD
Week 15-18 Clomid 100/50/25/25
SNS X gels (start out with 4 weeks 15,16 then go to 6 for 17,18, possibly more or less for the remaining time between)
HcGenerate entire PCT
Beastdrol (I don't know when I should start this, right away, or wait till week 17)
Inhibit-P (2 caps a day for entire PCT)
I feel as if I have done a lot of research on this cycle, and I've decided to keep calories around 4500 with 350-400g protein for the fifteen weeks until my next cycle this summer. I personally didn't feel the Test kicked in until week 8 or 9, although I could feel it start to work, mild sides (oily skin, increased libido, felt like I had a time released surgically implanted Viagra pump) so most of my gains came after week 8. Overall, I lost a significant amount of fat and gained about fifteen pounds. I also plan to continue regular supplements, which include multi vitamin, omega 3s, creatine, BCAAs three times a day, three 50g protein shakes with 80-100g carbs. Again, I feel I have researched this PCT for enough hours to be able to make reasonably educated decisions, but six months ago, I didn't even know what PCT was, and I can't help but feel as if a lot of my decisions about what compounds, amounts, and times to implement seem a little arbitrary and random. It's hard to know. One person says two, one says three, one says 50 of this 100 of that. I tried to come up with the best plan considering my specs, body type, goals, etc. but it is hard to know. I like to leave no stone unturned when it comes to my health. If I had this to do again, I would have been more responsible about getting blood work done, but I plan to start that this week. That's just a little background, any help would be greatly appreciated.