Fatigue/ injury recovery

  • Gruntman45
    Fatigue/ injury recovery
    on: 2015-03-03 16:12:29
    I am 33yrs old and have been lifting constantly since I was 16 minus the past 3yrs when I got out of the service and joined civilian life. I work a 12hr rotating shift that leaves me exhausted. I didn't lift for about 1.5 yrs. but decided to get back in it last year. I was doing the Labrada 12week lean body workout and slipped a disc in my lower back doing deadlift on week 8. the kicker is I wasn't even lifting heavy because I felt exhausted! I've on and off again, but have decided to commit! I was wondering if gear would help with fatigue or just muscle recovery and if it would help my lower back recover? It would be my first cycle as I'm sure you already guessed. Thank you for your help.
  • IFBB Undercover
    Re: Fatigue/ injury recovery
    on: 2015-03-21 02:51:10

    You'll have to be really careful bro. If you have an on going problem, the strength you get from gear can make your issues worse. So, what I would suggest is, if you are going to use gear, beef up on your physical therapy. Make it a big part of your program, so that you can deveolp a balanced physique. So often, guys will build everything up quickly with gear, but avoid injured areas, leaving imbalances, which can cause long term problems. 

    So all of that being said, the cycle I would suggest would be similiar to the cycle I would suggest to any new guy, looking to grow new lean muscle and improve their physique. 

    Test Cyp or Test E 250-500mg EW, split into 2 shots for 12 wks. If you would like to start an oral, anavar at 50mg for the first 6 wks would help to build lean tissue and increase collagen production. Be sure to do a PCT post cycle, 2 wks after last shot, 100mg clomid for 7 days. Then 14 more days at 50mg