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- Feb 27, 2008
He doesn’t need to come off, but I’d switch to really dry compounds IF his EF and EKG looks ok.
He could cut great on 250mg test, 300 DHB, or 500-600 primo. If his BP is WNL he could do 250 test and 300 tren.
And I’m still gonna preach 250mg DNP for 14 days. Its ability to reverse NAFLD and drastically increase whole body insulin sensitivity is incredible
Honestly it could increase his ability to retain muscle as I’m sure his insulin sensitivity is shit right now
Obviously he should only look better adding in the likes of tren, dhb, primo etc. Although imo all someone really needs to maintain muscle whilst they cut is a base of hormones so his current cycle would still be fine. He just need to change his diet first and foremost. Someone listed he is on 500mg test so that would be more than enough. I look much better when adding in tren and avar etc but sometimes I just take a low dose of test (maybe 20-30mg tren daily as well) when cutting. The difference for me personally between doing that and loading up is not much. I am all for high doses but for just getting down in weight and remaining relatively sharp the basics are more than enough.
I write this mainly because I imagine his blood work is way off but I could be wrong so he doesn't need to be adding alsorts of drugs (especially tren) to get water off when it could be done easily by changing his diet and maybe even coming down in dose. Not sure if he posted but I would like to know if he is using an AI and his last estrogen test result. You know how I feel about dnp and it's an amazing tool when used correctly. Taz has posted himself he plans to move down anyway and he usually weighs much less so I don't think he has a mental block coming down in weight so I doubt that is an issue (very common with many others though).
Taz I am not sure when you last had blood work but even if it was only a few months ago I would definitely get extensive blood work done now just to see the changes at this weight/condition. I would get it done even if you plan to move back down fast just to see what impact this weight gain had on you. Many things are genetic but the amount of water you are holding is crazy so there is definitely something off with your body and it's no wonder you feel so bad day to day.