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    Relative newbie here!

    32/m
    5'5 220lbs 18% to 25% bf. havent had it checked lately.

    run a test c cycle for about 14wks, 1cc a wk of 250mg test c. got really good results gains around 20lbs. most ive read said to do about 500mg but that seems too much! not lookin to get huge, i feel im already too big for what i want. used it for the fat burning qualities mainly, going to run another cycle in about a month of the same stuff. would i see better fat loss on more???

    4-5 days a week in the gym, cardio 3 days a wk after workouts, around 20mins to 45mins depending on the time i have. got 3 kids so have their soccer practice 4 days a wk also.

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    Welcome to SI

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    Best way to lose fat bro is thru diet & not gear. I do recommend just getting the diet inline then consider your next cycle a bit down the road. We do have our resident diet Guru here Spongy that can help you out if your interested.

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    5 foot 5 you are challenged by height. start cutting you need to lose 40 lbs - its possible and u will look great.

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    Get ur diet down first. And drop at least 20 lbs. Next cycle run test prop. But the guys are right, dont run a cycle just to lose weight. You can get the same results trough diet.
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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    My diet is good actually,

    typical day consist of oatmeal in the morning, chicken and protein shake for lunch,
    i take super amino tabs and protein shake right after work out also.
    dinner is usually chicken, rice, and veggie (varies). Portion is 40% protein, 40% carb(veggie), 20% fat.
    Drink water most of the time, some milk 2%, dont really know if i can lose 40lbs, im pretty good size guy, 18" biceps, 33in waist, legs are 26". Im a soccer player always had alot of muscle.

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    Ok, never thought about first thing in the morning! Ill start doing that. Yeah ive always been a big guy for being so short.

    So would you say that the amount is right, as far as my gear goes? should i step up more next cycle? gonna start next cycle in about 2wks.

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    Originally Posted by CUTTING_DOWN View Post
    Ok, never thought about first thing in the morning! Ill start doing that. Yeah ive always been a big guy for being so short.

    So would you say that the amount is right, as far as my gear goes? should i step up more next cycle? gonna start next cycle in about 2wks.
    I dont see anything wrong with using low does test cycle. I had very good results on my trt dose. As has been said though I would not depend on the test to drop fat. Fats loss is done with diet & hitting the cardio. Best of luck bro. Any more questions feel free to ask.

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    Hey CUTTING, nice guns (18"). Why not get your BF% officially tested. There's a HUGE difference between 18% to 25% BF%. If you're really at 18% you're much closer to being lean and would likely just need to reduce your daily carbs.

    If you are 25% or higher you really need to completely review your diet as you're clearly taking in more calories than necessary.

    I would not start another cycle until you know exactly where you are now in regards to body fat.

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    I was actually a lazy person for most of my life. Didnt really hit weights very much until about 2-3years ago. Im 32 so thats many years of thinking that soccer was enough and not watching my diet. My bf% is high b/c of laziness. Last year i really dialed in my diet and been trying to hit the gym as much as i can. Having kids early in my life really caused my laziness, just work and take care of kids is all i used to do. Now they are older and i wanna see them get married and have grand kids and shit. Gotta take care of my self also. Thats why i didnt wanna do large doses of anything.

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    Re: Relative newbie here!

    Diet and training are whats going to get you to lose fat the anabolics will just be an aid.

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