How long after PCT to start cutting?There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Anabolic steroids, bodybuilding discussion forums. Results 1 to 9 of 9. I would like to get as lean as possible before I bulk again, but if its going to hinder what I have gained I will cutting after steroid cycle something else? There are no rules!
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By Yeahbuddy , August 10, in Steroid and Testosterone information. My question is how long should I wait after PCT before going on a cut? I'm going to do a Keto diet for my cut and stay away from another cycle until after the new year.
Is it a case of waiting a while and letting my body get use to the extra muscle or can I just jump straight into my cut after PCT without risking too much muscle loss? Cheers for the advice mate, will give it some thought as it might just be easier to stay on and cut straight away. That way I'll have had a good rest hormone wise from this cycle and be ready to do another clean bulk in the new year.
This is just my opinion, i'm no expert, but you would be in a much better place if you started your cycle in a lean state. Just forget the cut for now and concentrate on lifting as heavy as possible, eat well and rest well too. Next cycle will be your cutting cycle which will be the same as your bulking cycle just less calories.
Thanks for all the advice, will go with a new cutting cycle in the new year and just maintain after finishing PCT. Plus, it will be getting colder now, so probably better to cut from Jan to June and be in top shape for next summer.
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Finished bulking cycle, how long should I wait to cut. Posted August 10, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Didn't you make this thread yesterday as well? Yeh, but I think it got deleted as it was in the wrong section of the board.
Id go straight into cut then pct an recover properly. But each to theyre own lol. I'd never cut without gear not enough room for error, stay on, cut, come off. Stay on and cut. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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