By understanding the detection times of steroids we greatly improve our odds in beating a steroid test but there are also other things to consider. Steroid testing has over the years become more comprehensive, but the manufactures of anabolic hormones seem to stay a step ahead of testing, and year after year new compounds and mixtures come out that allow the athlete to beat the test; again, recall BALCO from the early to mid-2000's. While these designer steroids continue to pop up, eventually steroid testing catches up too only to find a new designer steroid has taken its place. Then of course we have performance enhancing drugs of a non-steroidal nature that are undetectable to such testing; most notably Human Growth Hormone (HGH) a peptide hormone that is undetectable. More and more athletes are now supplementing with many of these undetectable performance enhancing drugs and beating the fight against them each and every day.
If you are a tested athlete, if you’re going to supplement with anabolic steroids you must understand steroid detection times thoroughly if you stand a chance. For the tested athlete, you will be somewhat limited in-regards to which steroids you can use. For example, if you’re a truly tested athlete, Nandrolone based steroids can never be used as their detection time stretches past a year. Many testosterone compounds must also be avoided; especially large esters or testosterone mixtures, but the smaller or ester free versions are often an option. Of course, many athletes who are tested are only done so for show, and if that’s the case, well, it really doesn’t matter what you use. In any case, for show or a legitimate test, if you understand steroid detection times there’s really no reason for you to have a problem.
Therefore, Mod GRF 1-29 cycles should essentially be treated more or less the same way that exogenous HGH cycles are treated. These types of cycles are very different from anabolic steroid cycles, and therefore they cannot be regarded or treated as such. There is no such thing as “beginner Mod GRF 1-29 cycles” or “advanced Mod GRF 1-29 cycles” due to the inherent nature of the compound. Mod GRF 1-29 ( CJC-1295 without DAC ) holds very broad application in its use, and its dosing frequency is the only determining factor in what results will manifest according to the individual user’s goals. Mod GRF 1-29 cycles can be essentially broken down into three main categories: