Excited bout this deca!
Solid order two of my favorite compounds deca and dbol let us know how the cycle progresses
Absolutely will never tried deca yet so im pumped, had tried some npp liked that as well.
Remember deca takes a good 5 weeks before it really starts kicking in where npp is relatively fast week and 1/2 so be patient maybe run that dbol for 4 weeks at the start to kick off your cycle strong make sure you EAT ALOT ON DECA
I personally don't agree w/a wk 1-4 dbol Kickstart. I see no point in dropping an oral in when nothing else is going on. Particularly with the long esters. Drop in the dbol wk 5-8 and you'll see an entirely different monster.
Also, be sure to drop the deca 4 wks before cycle ends. Let that long ester taper off. You'll fuck up your pct otherwise. Assuming of course that you pct.
I totally agree with dropping deca 4 weeks before cycle ends. I can see why you would add dbol at 5-8 weeks because that's perfect timing of test peak but with that comes added estro from test peak and also 17- methyl estradiol from dbol. But hey we all are different.
That's why God invented aromasin my main man. I usually start my ai around week 3 anyway. So I've never had issues.
Yea I could see week 3.
I can digg it but brother my thing is if ya don't have to use them then don't but that's just me. I've never messed with ai before. In his case with using dbol weeks 5-8 he will definitely need them. But yea I dig what you are saying and figured Ai's would come into play.
I've never had a gyno issue but I like my E2 in a certain range.ive had it pretty high in the past(over 100) w/zero sides but i aint gambling w/titties. I'll be running mast my next go coming up here soon and will see how my bloods look before I drop in the aro. If I can avoid it I'll gladly do so brother.
I gotcha. You're a vet and you know what you're doing. Yep I don't mess with e2 unless I have to ya know? My joints need that extra lubrication dealing with those heavy ass weights. I've crashed my e2 a few times and my joints among other things paid the price. On top of that I'm no spring chicken anymore so joint care is crucial for me. It's a balancing act is what you're saying though and you know your body.