id say keep the tren for sure. and not low. maybe like 100-200mg ed, and (if you have it) masteron also high. this is all in the 2wk mark. now as far as DAYS before the show, is a whole nother story. i know some guys keep it in even on the day of the show and others as far as 5days without. honestly, watch the bostin loyds contra costa prep. he breaks every single component down to each drug and dose. i recommend this honestly bc its been quite some time since i focused pre contest breakdowns and dont want to steer you wrong. https:///watch?v=JArXv7JAtUg&list=UUXgA6w8QFZ1ZuQWCw7I4hRQ there is another one, just cant seem to find it. obv you should dose to what works for you and not this animal haha
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I have already written a post on what Gurley meant and intended when he wrote this essay on the lifetime value model. In my blog post https:///2016/10/14/a-half-dozen-more-things-ive-learned-from-bill-gurley-about-investing/ I discuss issues like the game on the field problem. A “growth at virtually any cost” mentality can be dangerous and deadly for a startup. There is no hard and fast formula that determines the right level of paid spending on growth. High customer acquisition cost can quickly become uneconomic. The benefits of hyper growth eventually start to reflect an S curve most notably when the benefits of a network effects start to decline. At a point an additional user of a system no longer generates the same benefit it did when the company was smaller and had fewer users. For example, an incremental new user when you have only thousands of customers is worth far more than when you have millions of customers. Growth is still important but hyper growth driven by an outsize paid customer acquisition cost is no longer financially supportable. The goal of a business at that point should be greater organic growth driven by the sticky and viral growth engines.