First Cycle, need advice
Week 1-15: Test E, 250mg, E3.5D (Mon & Thurs)
Week 1-15: Arimidex, .5mg, E3.5D (Mon & Thurs, Can be adjusted to accomodate for high/low E2)
Week 1-15: HCG, 500iu, E3.5D (Mon & Thurs)
Week 8-14: Anavar, 50mg, ED
Week 16-17: Nothing
Week 18-24: Nolvadex, 20mg, ED
Does this sound right to everyone? Tips/advice?
I would run aromasin your first cycle, it’s suicidal and will help you learn what high and low e2 feel like while keeping you from rebounding. It’s not the end of the world if you use adex, though.
I have nothing to comment on your PCT though, BnC for life here. Good luck bro
PCT could be adjusted, some people run Nolva 40/40/40/20/20 along side of Clomid100/100/100/50/50
Could also add some Sarms like GW and MK. But then again I use Tren Ace a lot and get shut down pretty hard so doing a full PCT is ideal for myself.
I love Anavar, but it seems like a waste on a first cycle when you’re running a dose of test that will deliver big time.
If it were me, I’d save it for a summer cut/recomp and run 50mg a day of it over 250mg or so of test.
I’d drop the HCG, you’re on a steroid cycle you should just accept the fact that testicles will shrink a bit and you will have natural testosterone suppression. Besides first cycles should be as simple as possible. I ran test e and anavar 50mg ED for 8wks my first cycle and the anavar was a great addition.
Wk 1-15 test E 250mg E3.5D
Wk 1-8 anavar 50mg ED (25mg In AM- 25mg in PM)
Wk 1-15 Aromasin around 12.5mg on pin days starting on your 4th pin (this is what worked for me, we’re all different so it can be played with)
Wk 15-17 start tapering down on Aromasin (I went down to 6.25mg 1xper wk for up to 4wks after my last pin, so two weeks into pct) but stay on it cause your test levels will still be high, don’t wanna risk high or low e2 coming off cycle.
Wk 18-22 Nolva 40/40/20/20 clomid 25/25/25/25
Like i said this is what worked best for me, it’s your body so don’t be scared to tamper with dosages and timing and everything, there’s almost nothing that can’t be undone or stopped if it goes bad, but as long as you follow the simple guidelines and taper it around how you feel you should be fine.