AAS Periodization Model - Part I: novice users  

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guijr
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01/09/2018 9:32 am  

Considering that periodization of training is defined as a gradual cycling; a systematic manipulation; and a planned variation in a sequential manner (Fleck & Kraemer, 1996; Davies & Matheson, 2001). My question is why not to elaborate a periodization model for anabolic androgenic steroids. Put your suggestions in that very order:

Type and amount/week of AAS to be used in the 1st cycle?
Type and amount/week of AAS to be used in the 2nd cycle?
Type and amount/week of AAS to be used in the 3rd cycle?
Type and amount/week of AAS to be used in the 4th cycle?
Type and amount/week of AAS to be used in the 5th cycle?
Number of cycles to be runned as a novice to become an intermediate user?
Number of weeks on for each cycle that you mentioned above?
Number of weeks off till next cycle?
Number of cycles per year?

References:
Davies, G. J., and Matheson, J. W. Shoulder plyometrics. Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy Review. 2001;9(1):1-18.
Fleck, S. J., and W. J. Kraemer. Periodization Breakthrough. Ronkonkoma, NY: Advanced Research, 1996.

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GettinSwole
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01/09/2018 9:46 am  

The drugs and the dosages would vary from person to person based on size, goals, and reaction to different compounds. To generalize based on that simple criteria would be a disservice to anyone reading it IMO.


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