This was my first time running mast alone with test, and I was pleasantly surprised. Ran about 8 weeks, pinned 100mg each, every other day. I noticed an increase in libido within a week, as expected. Within 4 weeks I really hit my stride as far as strength increase and weight gain. The mast seemed to help keep my estrogen in check, with a more moderate dose of aromasin (from an outside source). I started drol during the fifth week at 50mg/day. Within a couple weeks, I really started to fill out and lean out at the same time. Strength increase was pretty much right away. Overall this was a very enjoyable, short ester cycle.
Using the test e 300 at 200 mg weekly along with mast e at 100 mg per week. Pulled bloods after 7 weeks and got 2110 total and 668 free. Was taking provi at 25 mg Ed but dropped after 3 weeks as I didn't want to crash estro too bad when the mast kicked in. The test e is smooth with zero pip as I've come to expect from these guys. Loving this cycle. Strength is increasing almost daily. Libido is crazy. Skin is a little oily so all the boxes I'm looking for are checked. My pants are fitting looser as of late. Not adding size now looking more so leaning out a bit. Started at235 down to 222 as of now. Trying to get to 210-215 by summer. Hoping to take some stress off my knees. Used both test bases as preworkout depending on timing. The oil base takes longer to kick in and the water base is much faster. Dose usually at 100 mg
As a bulking agent, the effects of Masteron will prove to be rather weak. It is possible the hormone could provide gains in mass similar to Primobolan (which wouldn't be that strong either) if the total dose was sufficiently high. However, the relative gain in size will be moderate with many anabolic steroids being far more suited for this period of steroidal supplementation. Masteron does not aromatize and is not estrogenic; in fact, it shows anti-estrogenic traits in the body and binds to aromatase instead of other substrates. This is why it has been effective in the treatment of breast cancer.