We must also state and cannot over emphasize enough; if you have numerous or even countless cycles under your belt yet are losing half or even more than half your gains from each one you are not ready for an advance cycle. The reason is simple; youre obviously doing something wrong. Absolutely, when a cycle has ended and some time has passed some of the progress will be lost. Without the high influx of hormones in your system you will not be able to maintain what you have achieved at a 100% level. Even so, you should be able to maintain a great deal of it, especially when referring to bulking. Cutting can be a little different as once a diet is over, anabolic steroid use or not you will not hold peaked conditioning but this doesnt mean you have to turn into a fat pig. The point; you should be able to hold onto progress to a large degree and if you cant you need to revisit more moderate cycles and most importantly revisit your nutritional and training plans.
It generally only takes a low dose of T3 to treat hypothyroidism. This will not necessarily promote enhanced fat loss, but it should return the metabolism back to proper working order. However, many performance enhancing athletes enjoy using triiodothyronine to in fact enhance direct fat loss. The use of Triiodothyronine alongside a calorie restricted diet will promote significant and accelerated fat loss. While effective, generally this type of use cannot be recommended without the use of anabolic steroids. Due to the necessarily higher doses needed to promote enhanced fat loss and due to the depletion of ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), this can promote lean tissue loss. The body will take whatever it needs from wherever it can get it to meet its energy demands. For this reason, an anabolic protectant is normally advised when supplementing with T3 for this purpose.