If you believe you are ready for one of the following cycles you will have many cycles under your belt, supplemented with numerous anabolic steroids , 5 is a good number and have learned how to not only have successful cycles but ones in-which side-effects are controlled. Further, to be ready for an advanced cycle you will be one who is able to maintain more gains after a cycle than you lose. Some gains will always be lost after a cycle is complete, this is a given but maintaining a majority of your gains is possible. If this is not possible for you then you need to reexamine your use, your diet and perhaps even your training.
presents you another cutting cycle for summer which will make you look hard and solid. As a base we will use testosterone enanthate however you may replace it with testosterone propionate as in some individuals enanthate will make visible water retention but I dont think this is a problem as you dont prepare for the contest, right? 🙂 On the other hand switching to propionate will bring you another headache as you will have to inject it EOD plus you will inject Primobolan ( Methenolone Enanthate) 2-3 times per week so having to inject primo and test propionate will keep you really busy and will not give your injection sites enough time to rest.
We must also state and cannot over emphasize enough; if you have numerous or even countless cycles under your belt yet are losing half or even more than half your gains from each one you are not ready for an advance cycle. The reason is simple; youre obviously doing something wrong. Absolutely, when a cycle has ended and some time has passed some of the progress will be lost. Without the high influx of hormones in your system you will not be able to maintain what you have achieved at a 100% level. Even so, you should be able to maintain a great deal of it, especially when referring to bulking. Cutting can be a little different as once a diet is over, anabolic steroid use or not you will not hold peaked conditioning but this doesnt mean you have to turn into a fat pig. The point; you should be able to hold onto progress to a large degree and if you cant you need to revisit more moderate cycles and most importantly revisit your nutritional and training plans.