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27 year old - NFL player steroid cycle

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Stats: 27, 6 foot 4, 20% bodyfat, 304 lbs.

Well, since you're a former defensive lineman, you know well about HGH and all other steroids. Especially, this is your 5th cycle. However, at 27 you really don't need to use HGH, it's just not necessary at your age. I would suggest you make your cycle simpler and smaller.

Week 1-6:
test enanthate 250mgs/week
Oxandrovar 4 caps/day
trenbolone acetate 50mgs EOD
cardarine (GW) 20mgs/ED
aromasin 12.5mgs/ED
N2Guard 2 caps AM/2 post workout/3 PM

Week 7-11:
test enanthate 500mgs/week
trenbolone acetate 50mgs EOD
cardarine (GW) 20mgs/ED
S-4 (And) 50mgs/ED (start with 25mgs and add 10mgs every 3-4 days) - 5 days on/2 off
aromasin 12.5mgs/ED
N2Guard 2 caps AM/2 post workout/3 PM

12-14:
test enanthate 750mgs/week
cardarine (GW) 20mgs/ED
S-4 (And) 50mgs/ED (start with 25mgs and add 10mgs every 3-4 days) - 5 days on/2 off
aromasin 12.5mgs/ED
N2Guard 2 caps AM/2 post workout/3 PM

PCT: use the perfect PCT
http://www.evolutionary.org/the-perfect-post-cycle-therapy-pct/
 
These threads are obviously hypothetical, so, hypothetically speaking, wouldn't tren be an awful idea for someone who is an nfl athlete and needs to be in great aerobic shape? The endurance required to practice, train, and play in the nfl is I'm sure quite the grind. Those tren cardio and lethargy sides would be a real problem I would think!
 
These threads are obviously hypothetical, so, hypothetically speaking, wouldn't tren be an awful idea for someone who is an nfl athlete and needs to be in great aerobic shape? The endurance required to practice, train, and play in the nfl is I'm sure quite the grind. Those tren cardio and lethargy sides would be a real problem I would think!

This is not hypothetical. These threads are Q/A from guys who ask me to put together their cycle. In addition, he's former NFL (retired I believe), so nothing to worry about.
 
These threads are obviously hypothetical, so, hypothetically speaking, wouldn't tren be an awful idea for someone who is an nfl athlete and needs to be in great aerobic shape? The endurance required to practice, train, and play in the nfl is I'm sure quite the grind. Those tren cardio and lethargy sides would be a real problem I would think!

he plays DT so his job is to clog up the middle.. he generally doesn't rush the passer and he lets the LB's come in and make the tackles. and he comes out on 3rd and long every time for a breather.

these are the guys who get no accolades but they allow the LB's to run freely without being blocked occupying 2 Olineman
 
This is not hypothetical. These threads are Q/A from guys who ask me to put together their cycle. In addition, he's former NFL (retired I believe), so nothing to worry about.

Oh cool - I supposed then there is no issue then if he's not on an nfl workout schedule.

Nice cycle
 
he plays DT so his job is to clog up the middle.. he generally doesn't rush the passer and he lets the LB's come in and make the tackles. and he comes out on 3rd and long every time for a breather.

these are the guys who get no accolades but they allow the LB's to run freely without being blocked occupying 2 Olineman

Right, but you could argue offensive and defensive linemen have to be in the best shape cause they have to go all out on every play. The skilled players are faster and quicker but most of them take plays off from 100% effort. Plus these lineman titles have heavy bodies to carry around.

This thread reminds me how much I miss football season!!! ;)
 
^^^ yes but they are carrying around a lot more body fat than the other positions.. most DT's are over 300 pounds and I would argue 25% or more body fat.. look at a pic of vince wilfork and before his injury he was he best DT in the AFC. Suh is the best in the NFC but the dude is just a rare freak

especially in a 4-3 defense your DT's must occupy the center and guards to allow your MLB the freedom to move around or you are gonna get run over
 
^^^ yes but they are carrying around a lot more body fat than the other positions.. most DT's are over 300 pounds and I would argue 25% or more body fat.. look at a pic of vince wilfork and before his injury he was he best DT in the AFC. Suh is the best in the NFC but the dude is just a rare freak

especially in a 4-3 defense your DT's must occupy the center and guards to allow your MLB the freedom to move around or you are gonna get run over

Oh yeah I would bet most of those guys are at least 20% body fat. Which is even more insane considering they are so agile and can run sub-5 second 40s. I can't imagine getting hit by something that big moving that fast.

I forgot what we were debating now hahahah. Got distracted by the football talk
 
Yall talking about that damned fooseball. Lol
Doing that cycle at 300# that dude is a freaking monster and will probably add more while dropping that bf.
 
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