Your approach seems different from many that I have read as you suggest not running it until week 4; most use it weeks 1-4 as a kick-start. But I like it. By waiting until week 4, you wouldn't have to play around so much with an AI. And I especially like the lower dose for a longer duration approach. It seems you would keep more gains that way and not have to worry about the bloat, as you mentioned. As a bonus, so long as one was taking their ancillaries, it appears it would not be as harsh on the liver in smaller doses. Great advice, man!
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