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Thread: BRIDGE with SARMS?

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    BRIDGE with SARMS?

    So what's the theroy with this. If you're going to use SARMS (let's assume S-4, Osta) to BRIDGE would you jump right into a cycle at the end of that bridge or should you run a small PCT first, then hit it?

    I'm thinking the answer is to run a small PCT but I'm wondering how useful that is if, as soon as that mini PCT is done, you're going to hit it hard with the next cycle?

    Thoughts?

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    bro you would run your regular cycle...followed by pct then jump into you sarms run...try cardarine/osta...20mgs/25mgs...
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    PCT always follows a cycle. You can bridge with sarms after that

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    Of course you need a PCT after your cycle.. And I wouldn't bridge with S4, just GW and low dose ostarine

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock View Post
    PCT always follows a cycle. You can bridge with sarms after that
    Right, I'm clear PCT always follows cycle. What about when I bridge with SARMS after that, when the bridge phase is done does that need a small PCT or could you jump right into another cycle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 44Blues View Post
    Right, I'm clear PCT always follows cycle. What about when I bridge with SARMS after that, when the bridge phase is done does that need a small PCT or could you jump right into another cycle?
    That's debatable, but personally I think a small PCT and some time off is a good idea before jumping right into a cycle. I would at least run a mini PCT and run bloodwork afterwards to make sure you are good to go

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    I agree.. run a mini PCT. It will be worth it in the end
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    if you want to play it safe, run a small pct.

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    Pct THEN start cycle.


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