It may also not be a good idea to suddenly increase your dose from a low one to a higher one straight away. You should always begin an Anavar cycle with a low dose and evaluate how your body reacts to it before deciding to just up the doses without really having a good idea of how your body responded to the lower dose. If you do slowly increase your dosage over time, you must assess whether or not there are any negative changes to your body. If there are, it would be good idea to either lower the dose back down or to be even more safe, just stop the Anavar cycle altogether.
Let’s imagine that you and a friend both went to the same gym and that you both did the precise same workout. If your friend was using Anavar and you weren’t, you’d find that they quickly added much more hard muscle to their arms, shoulders, pecs and everywhere else giving them a swollen look like a professional bodybuilder. Meanwhile, you’d likely find that you saw relatively average results and looked very much human for the next several years. In no time at all, they’d be lifting much heavier weights than you too and simply you just wouldn’t be able to keep up. That’s the difference that a steroid like Anavar makes.