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    Quote Originally Posted by muskate View Post
    I would look into SARMS. They are a great entry into PEDs. They aren't as strong as steroids but are very low side effect.

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    If you decide to cycle,

    Test-E or C
    10-12 weeks @ 500mg/week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abqguy1993 View Post
    You're right, its not a true plateau, I just want my next bulk to be easier than the one I just did, but formalities. Right now I'm cutting at a ~500 calorie deficit eating mostly protein and fats and low carb. When I'm bulking it's just adding carbs and caloric surplus back into the mix.
    When I cut I do low reps, high weight, and when I'm bulking I do high reps and tear the shit out of my muscles. As far as percentage goes, I just want my abs to be prominent and for my height 205 with a low BF% seems pretty realistic.
    You realize that this:

    "When I cut I do low reps, high weight, and when I'm bulking I do high reps and tear the shit out of my muscles."

    Is backwards, right?
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    I think you have to choose what you really want to be. If it is lean with a more aesthetic physique then you don't really need steroids. You can get that as time goes on. Only 2 years of lifting is nothing. You have tons of room to grow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abqguy1993 View Post
    Hey ya'll. I'm a 25 year old 6'5 lean guy, and have struggled to really make some good gains past 190/195 where I've pretty much plateaued a bit...

    What is this "...a bit".
    If you have plateaued there is either something wrong with your training or nutrition or sleep or perhaps the combination of 1 or more of them.
    I hate to sound boring but I don't think drugs are your answer here.

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    To give you a little perspective on age and time, you're not all that different from what I was when I was younger. I'm 6' 4" and 45 now. Back in college I was a typical gym warrior who assumed I would always be invincible. But no matter how much I ate I always weighed a consistent 206 to 210, my walk around body fat was always about 11 percent. I looked really good but couldn't put on mass. I was a very lean, classic hardgainer overtrainer. By the time I was in my mid to late 20's I was a comfortable high 2teens to 220ís. I didn't work out as much, still a lot but not as much and still looked good. When I hit my mid 30's I decided fuck it, let's see what I can really do if I try, before it's too late. I ate big but clean, I trained hard but smart and stuck to mostly high weight, low rep power lifting movements and did very hard HIIT training a couple times per week, including high velocity plyometrics. Over the next several years from about 35 to age 38/39 my weight slowly climbed from 220 to a very lean and very clean high 230's, sometimes low 240's. No gear, no sarms. Just big, clean eating and OTC whey, bcaa's. That's it. My point is, my body needed all those extra years for me to even be able to do that. I couldn't have gotten to that point from age 21 to age 25 even if I'd wanted to and trained differently, but I probably could have gotten to a clean and lean 230 by my late 20's if I'd trained smarter. Now at age 45 my goals are different. Now I cycle sarms and am very happy with that, I'm not as big as I was, I don't think my body could take the abuse now that I used to give it in the gym, but I'm a very healthy and lean 230. You can get what you want without steroids. I'm not saying don't, but if you're smart you're only few years from getting exactly what you want and still being at a young age, with another couple decades in front of you to think about steroids.

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    A good example all round

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    building muscle takes years. there may be like 2 or 3 guys in your entire high school who are genetically gifted.. they barely need to lift and build muscle.. but for 99% it takes time
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesmi View Post
    building muscle takes years. there may be like 2 or 3 guys in your entire high school who are genetically gifted.. they barely need to lift and build muscle.. but for 99% it takes time
    The tortoise catches the hare every time. You can beat guys with great genetics by being disciplined and staying focused

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