My Own Private Study, And The Results
About 6 months ago I decided to do my own personal project, to further prove my point less is more.
I took twins, both of who I have guided through their first cycle of test 400 mgs a week for 12 weeks , and a basic 22 day pct. Twin A gained 14 pounds, Twin B gained 14.5 pounds, so they are right there as far as the gains.
Here is what I did:
With permission from both I designed two different cycles, one cycle was very conservative and the second not so conservative but not crazy.
They work together so they eat the same thing, I controlled there calorie intake ( carb, protein, and fat percentages) and they work out together so I created their work out for them, so for the most part it was controlled.
The cycles were as followed:
Test Enthate 400 mgs a week ( as did in the first cycle )
EQ 400 mgs a week
Test Enthate 750 mgs a week ( almost double of the last cycle )
EQ 600 mgs a week
both cycles were for 14 weeks and I had them double up on the first shot, to get the party started early.
The starting weight of both are , Twin A 196lbs , Twin B 198lbs and we did a weekly weigh in and they got there blood work done monthly, separate of me ( it was for their own benefit not for the project ). Here is how it looked.
Twin A – 197 Twin B – 198
Twin A – 198 Twin B – 200
Twin A – 200 Twin B – 201
Twin A – 200 Twin B – 203
Twin A – 201 Twin B – 205
Twin A – 203 Twin B 208
Twin A – 205 Twin B – 211
Twin A – 207 Twin B – 213
Twin A – 208 Twin B – 215
Twin A – 210 Twin B – 218
Twin A – 211 Twin B – 220
Twin A – 212 Twin B – 222
Twin A – 213 Twin B -224
Twin A – 215 Twin B – 227
Twin A – 214 Twin B – 219
Then I did a final weigh in 4 weeks later
Twin A – 215 Twin B – 214
Twin B noticed a much more pronounced drop in strength, and had more fatigue issues while working out. He has recently leveled off and has started to feel an increase in strength again.
Twin A stated that though he had a few day lag, he has actually continued to get stronger even still.
I do realize now that the larger dose of the two compounds should have been followed with a longer PCT, but for this purpose I wanted to show that taking more DOES NOT mean you will end up with more and on top of it the tolerance goes up, regardless of the reason, so why risk it……
So in the end, the Twin with more Test and EQ did gain more , but ended up a pound less then the conservative cycle.
This is what happens so many times, people are in a rush to go no where.
What normally is the situation is even if you start off conservative, you have one bad week in which you don’t gain much and instead of looking at your diet or how hard you hit the weights, the automatic response is an increase in dosage.
Not smart nor effective, remember slow and steady wins the race everytime!!!!!!!!!!!!!