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Old 01-30-2013, 09:38 PM   #112
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Thanks man. Things are so crazy.

I've been offered the chance to get a big civilian certification for free through the Army, a cisqo ccna, which would be nice to have once I get out of the Army. But I have to take 20 something online classes as prereqs, and I have to do 14 of them in the next 2 weeks. On top of that I have to try to train for the PT test, and I'm also helping my wife get some lifting articles together for her blog.

Also, I started PCT today. I know, I was going to bridge to another PH cycle, but last night my joints started hurting so bad that I couldn't sleep. It came out of nowhere, basically. My joints were just a little dry for a couple weeks, as expected, then 2 days ago all hell broke loose. My shins started hurting, then my ankles, then everything else. My PCT was ready to go before I even started the cycle (as it should always be), so it was really no issue. I'm doing this;

Morning-
Tamox (Nolva)- 20mg
Titanium (test booster)- 1 cap

Evening-
Tamox- 20mg
titanuim- 1 caps
ZMA- 2 caps

Next week I'll start to bring in my AI, Erase. I'll fade in the Erase as my tamox dosage fades down over the next 4 weeks, then fade Erase back down over the weeks after that.

So now I have a whole new thing to think about. I can't cut while I'm on PCT or I'll definitely strength and muscle, which means I need to go to maintenance, which means that when I go into the PT test I'll still be over 230lb. That kind of bodyweight makes pushups, situps, and running that much tougher.

I'm sorry, I know I'm long winded, and I know that BTB is probably the only person reading this, but I just need a sounding board. I'm stressed the f*** out. It's not a good time to have low test and high E levels, but I'm going to get through it. If I can't get the PT score I need now, I'll get it in another couple months, and I still have a cycle of Hdrol and Pro-tren to look forward to. That should get me nice and cut up, ready to go jump out of some helicopters. High speed, low drag, hooah.
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