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.
In my experiences it is necessary and was the only PCT I used in the past(not the correct way, always include serms). I'll include an article that I really like about HCG, but how can I put this without sounding retarded. Basically if you dont get rid of testicular atrophy(ball shrinkage) before you start SERMs, the serm treatment will be usless. This is because your nuts cannot support the the natural testosterone production that it usually can, if your nuts are half the size. The SERMs send signals to your body telling it to produce more test, but if your nuts cannot support that test, whats the point. Check out this article bro its a long read, but a good one. Changed my pct protcol.
There are lots of different types of anabolic steroids , but most of them beefify similarly. When we work out, we create tiny micro-tears in muscle fibers. When the muscle regrows and heals, it grows back a little bit larger, and repeating that process over time is how we get hard and massive (that's the idea anyway). The male sex hormone testosterone facilitates that muscle growth. Anabolic steroids do the same thing but better and faster. They also speed the muscle-healing process by blocking the stress hormone cortisol, which breaks down muscle tissue. That can mean less down time for athletes who go into overtime.