Where does this leave us as it pertains to the anabolic steroid world? When does someone move from the beginner stage and into the intermediate realm? Unfortunately there’s no cut and dry one size fits all answer as we are all individuals with individual natures and goals. Further, and we cannot over emphasize enough, some will always stay at the beginner level; you do not have to move to intermediate level cycles. For many, beginner or novice level cycles will be all the anabolic steroids they ever need; for many a simple 400mg-500mg a week of testosterone will be all they ever want and that’s fine. However, some will want more; this is inevitable as it is simply part of human nature. With that in mind, while there is not a perfect point, we have provided you some guidelines that should be fulfilled before you try an intermediate level cycle. Once you have fulfilled these guidelines you are free to try an intermediate cycle but you do not have to. Many will stay with beginner level cycles numerous times before advancing and many will stay with beginner cycles through their entire anabolic steroid use and continue to get the results they desire. The guidelines are as follows:
If you believe you are ready for one of the following cycles you will have many cycles under your belt, supplemented with numerous anabolic steroids , 5 is a good number and have learned how to not only have successful cycles but ones in-which side-effects are controlled. Further, to be ready for an advanced cycle you will be one who is able to maintain more gains after a cycle than you lose. Some gains will always be lost after a cycle is complete, this is a given but maintaining a majority of your gains is possible. If this is not possible for you then you need to reexamine your use, your diet and perhaps even your training.