Question about Test Ent/Equipoise Cycle

  • anonymous755
    Question about Test Ent/Equipoise Cycle
    on: 2014-05-07 01:18:36
    Hello. I just had a question regarding my next cycle and I was hoping to get your opinion and some advice. I am 30 years old. I am 5'7 and 185 lbs. I am about 10 percent body fat currently. My goal is to eventually get to 200 lbs. I have done a few cycles previously and have used test enthanate and tren etc. And have seen good results. I have never used equipoise before. I was planning on using test enthanate at 500-750 mg per week. And Equipoise at 600-800 mg per week. I was also thinking about incorporating either Anavar or Dianabol into my cycle. Which oral do you think would be more beneficial? I will beConsuming around 6,000-7,000 calories per day of good quality food and protein shakes. What would you recommend for my dosing of each compound per week?And would you recommend using anavar with this cycle or dianabol? Thank you forYour time.
  • IFBB Undercover
    Re: Question about Test Ent/Equipoise Cycle
    on: 2014-05-13 03:13:27

    Dosing is kind of individual, within reason, based off of your previous experiences. I have helped guys that have done cycles of 1cc test every wk. I wouldn't tell them to take 750mg test for their next cycle, but if you have been using gear around 500mg per hormone, about 2 hormones per cycle, then I could see going to 750 test, 600-700 EQ and about 30mg Dbol. If your goal is to gain mass, I would go Dbol, not Var. Var is goold for strength and good for a cutting diet, but you aren't going to get the size you will from something like Dbol. Because EQ has such a long ester, I would run your cycle a little longer, around 16 wks, along with the test, and use the dbol for about the first 6 wks. That will be a great way to kick start the mass gains and help you start pushing heavier weight. 

    The higher the dose of EQ, the more likely you will need to give blood. I find especially that at 800mg or above, hemoglobin can get pretty higher after a couple of months. Watch yourself.