Hey guys! Thanks for the welcome. Been lifting mainly for powerlifting meets in the beginning and now bodybuilding just to stay fit and attempt to stay big and strong. Have fluctuated weight and body comp a bit over the years due to competing in different weight classes and based on desire for chasing certain records. Dropped from 275 and around 18% BF down to 205 and 7% BF back in 2013 focusing on HIIT and high volume workouts(and obviously cutting calories and carbs). Started getting the itch to get bigger again to allow myself to lift heavier numbers and crept back up to 240ish over a span of 2 years. Fast forward a bit have been out of the gym and the lifestyle for 3 years and now looking to get back on track, lean up and get grainy.
Currently sitting at 285lbs 6'2 and a soft 25%BF 😢 lol.
Goal will be to get down to about 230 but maintain 12% BF. Have used moderate amounts of gear in the past and just started running TRT levels of Test E for the last 2 months. Will most likely run Test E / Masteron E / and Tren E I am thinking 600/300/300
Also running 60 mg of Anavar and intend to keep that year round. Any advice on the stack or on the numbers I am all ears as I enjoy feedback and conversating about personal stack experiences to help me come to my decisions on future runs.
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