What's irrelevant, him being under 25? I think it is relevant, because there is no need to go to the extreme of going on anabolics when they already have a suffice amount of test in their system to make good gains anyway. Especially if you haven't even been lifitng for that long. The amount of guys I know that have went on anabolics and basically made the same gains they would have if they had just ate right and lifted properly. I'm by no means against anabolics, but it should only be used when you actually need it i.e. after a significant amount of years lifitng. A guy that has a lean mass weight of around 10-15 stone and is under 30 will be able to make the same gains in a relatively decent time without going on a test cycle.(Original post by In One Ear)
That's irrelevant since more test always = more gains, though I doubt the difference between a terrible life style and perfect life style (with regards to hormone production) will result in much more than a factor of 2's difference in testosterone output (not that that isn't significant, but bear in mind even a fairly basic test cycle (from what I've read) involves injecting 7-10 times what the average man produces naturally).
And actually passed?