Trenbolone is without a doubt one of the most beneficial anabolic steroids on the market. When we consider the therapeutic benefits of Nandrolone, or even Testosterone, it may not quite match up but on the basis of raw power and physique transformation Trenbolone Acetate is the king. No steroid will be as beneficial when cutting, not even close, and when bulking it is nothing short of fantastic. While Tren is beneficial during cutting and bulking phases, if you’re only going to use it in one phase always choose cutting. Many will actually need to limit their Trenbolone Acetate use to one phase due to the harshness of the compound in some men, especially when we consider cardiovascular strain. However, solid responders who are in excellent health should find they can use the steroid during both phases with a high level of success.
Athletes and bodybuilders who have used Trenbolone in the past successfully may find that a more advanced Tren stack is better-suited for them. These can vary based on your goals, but most of the advanced Tren stacks focus on muscle gains. One of the most popular is the Dianabol/Trenbolone stack that offers up tremendous gains in just 12 weeks. It involves kickstarting the Tren cycle with Dianabol at a dose between 50mg and 80mg a day for four to six weeks, right alongside Trenbolone at doses of up to 600mg per week, then stopping the Dianabol and continuing Tren for a total of 12 weeks. This Trenbolone stack requires a higher dosage, so the risk of side effects is enhanced. It is only recommended for advanced users.
I read the entire article, as well as the article on MK-677 abd Lig, I know you recommended Lig + MK-677 + YK11, but you state the PCT requires both Clomid and Nolvadex. The other articles on your stacks that bulking you recommended only an AI. Is it the YK11 alone that necessitates a real PCT or is it the combination of SARMS? If I dosed YK11 alone, would that require a prescription PCT? I know you think it should be either Osta or Lig, but the caps I bought have both mixed with MK-677. Would that, in your opinion, necessitate a prescription PCT?