Roids don't work like that mate. Nobody can possibly say how much new tissue you'll add. It's largely down to your genetics, diet, prior condition, training experience, and so on.How much mass in lbs should one expect to gain from a 10 week 300mg tren/300mg test prop cycle?
Tren is the Rolls Royce of AAS for me and like mention can be used in any cycle depending on goals, but if diet, training and consistency is not dialed in or very disciplined then results will be not what expected. Like if you mess around and aren't constant then you will only reap say 30% of the compound but if you dedicated with your diet, exercise and overall gym lifestyle routine then you will reap 80% plus of the compound.Roids don't work like that mate. Nobody can possibly say how much new tissue you'll add. It's largely down to your genetics, diet, prior condition, training experience, and so on.
A little guidance wouldn't hurt. Im open to that.
37, 5'10", 224lbs, BMI 31.1, 5 mile bike ride 3 to 5 times a week along with 30-45 min weight training. Off work right now due to Covid19.okay so what is your current age, weight, bodyfat, length and how busy are you currently, anything from exercises to daily activity.
then i will help with your macros and take it from there
Id like to get down to 205-210 with under 25% BMI. I have no specific time frame or allergies. Id like to stear towards a plant based diet but getting rid of meat isn't completely realistic.With all that i come with a maintenance daily calorie count of 2700 to maintain current weight and so on
So now what are the goals and the time frame?
What food are available or do you like eating and what are you allergic to?
Also what AAS is available and can you purchase more if needed and do you have all the necessary ancillaries too?
BMI isn't a very useful stat really mate - probably best to ignore it tbh. Do you know what your bodyfat percentage is (accurately)?Id like to get down to 205-210 with under 25% BMI