A common question by beginners is how much time off is required in between cycles before they should engage in the next cycle. A general rule followed by most is that the amount of time on cycle, plus PCT, should be the time spent off-cycle. For example, an individual who engages in an 8 week cycle followed by a 4 week PCT (12 weeks total, or 3 months) should therefore allow 12 weeks (or 3 months) of time-off prior to the next cycle. Others advocate setting a solid flat-rate of time in between cycles despite how short or how long a cycle is or was. For example, 4 months of time-off would be taken in this case even if the individual performed an 8 week cycle or a 12 week cycle. The important point to take home here is that proper time off is essential and required for the body to return to its normal physiological functions. Failing to realize this can and will result in possible long-term health complications as a result.
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