Blast cruise

  • primejuice
    Blast cruise
    on: 2014-05-26 08:25:25
    Hello, and thank you for taking the time to read and answer my question. I've done 7 cycles. I've used doses from sus 250 a week to 750mg test e a week with various compounds such as eq, npp, tren, mast, and dbol, winny, var. my cycle length experiences have ranged from 6wks to 6 months with full recovery. I've been searching all the common boards, but still can't find consistent examples for a blast/cruise cycle. I plan on doing an 8-12month bnc, but would like t some examples of what others have done besides triple the doses of test and throw in some deca and dbol. I'm thinking 6-8 week blasts with about the same length cruises so that'll I would be using short Esther's of course. My goal is to lean bulk throughout the year. Currently: 31yrs old, 201# @ 12%bf.
  • IFBB Undercover
    Re: Blast cruise
    on: 2014-07-16 03:23:41

    Basically, blasting and cruising is just like cycling but instead of coming off, going to HRT dosing of test. You will find that when you don't completely come off, the same doses won't have as strong of an effect, as when you run a standard cycle and come off between. For the low dosed points, I would take it as low as you can, to still feel ok and function as normal. The less you can take during the low point, the less you will need during your high points. When you go back to higher points, I would try to limit your use of orals for your health. It would be hard to lay out a full year plan for your. So much is going to depend on how you respond. Advice I would give you is to limit your use of orals and for each high period, I would use different compounds. Outside of that, just like a normal cycle, use the least amount that will evoke the best response. I would also switch test esters every 2 months or so. 

    Also, you have to do your lab work. This is a 12 month cycle you're taking about here. Even on moderate doses, you can have some health issues including cholesterol and high RBC. Also, liver is still effected by injectables, so keep an eye on your liver, as well as your BP to avoid kidney damage.