My initial post is a good starting place for an offseason diet for an experienced bodybuilder. Growth is not only about drug doses, but about food intake as well so its important to increase portion sizes with the drugs during each "blast." Obviously, one reaches a point where it just makes no sense to eat more but the amount that pro bodybuilders need to eat to build their size is almost inhuman. Start with the frame work I laid out and during each blast, if growth isn't happening at an appropriate rate, evaluate diet and start increasing portions.
How far one can go in bodybuilding with or without GH ultimately comes down to genetics, but one can grow pretty large on just steroids. I would always recommend a young bodybuilder spend his money on more steroids rather than just barely affording 5iu's of GH 5 days a week. If you are in your twenties (or even early thirties) and can't afford to either blast 15-20+ iu's of GH 4+ days a week in limited time periods or run 10+ iu's 6-7 days a week indefinitely, spend your money on steroids.
One of the main benefits of GH (besides the physical changes) is the hunger that it creates and the greater ability to utilize carbohydrates while using stored fat for energy. It also causes quite a bit of insulin insensitivity so those that experiment with insulin without gh should stick to low doses as they will be far more sensitive to it and also suffer the fat storage effect to a greater degree than their GH using peers.
I disagree......no amount of steroids will ever come close to 4iu of legit pharm grade gh a day. Ive tried both the ways you've described above....and 25iu pharm grade GH a week and 1 measly gram of AAS, did things that 3 garms of AAS by itself could dream about. growth hormone is by far the most important drug in bodybuilding.
your basicly saying anything less than 10iu of gh a day is pointless
4iu a day had me asking people if i was getting ready for a show, eating icecream every night.....