Most often, injectable drugs have a long lifespan. This is their advantage; however, it is important to understand some of the nuances in this connection. Since the maximum concentration will increase gradually (2-4 weeks for Deca), and the cycle we have has a time limit (usually about 2 months), we will get a large gap at the beginning of our therapy and the lack of proper rest after the end of the cycle (since part of the hormone will still play in the blood: insufficiently for growth, but enough for delaying recovery).
Here there are several recommendations for the use of long-term esters (Deca,Test Enanthate, Test Cypionate, Sustanon, Tritren, etc.).
Loading PhaseShort EstersLong Esters
Use the loading phase at the beginning of the cycle. i.e. start with an increased dosage to quickly reach the working dose (if the working dose is 400 mg per week, then it makes sense to do 600-800 mg the first two weeks, for example).
Switch to short esters to the end of the cycle so that immediately after the cycle you begin to have a rest and not wait for the entire hormone to play its role (if you used the test enanthate on the cycle, then one and a half or two weeks before, move on to the test propionate).
The more often you inject a long ester, the better. This helps to avoid peaks and lows. If this is a deca, for example, then it is better to inject it not once in 6-7 days (as many advise), but at least twice in 6 days. Every third day there should be an injection.