Sarms - Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators In

Has anyone ever used this in their training???......please let me know


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  • I experimented with ostarine at 25 mg for 4 weeks earlier this year for muscle building. i noticed slight increases in strength, vascularity and recovery beyond normal gains made in a 4 week training cycle (I've been lifting for about 10 years), though for the four weeks after the cycle i felt sluggish, dropped libido and assume my HPTA system was compromised. I've read a lot about people using a traditional PCT following SARM cycles (such as Clomid 50 mg or Nolvadex 20 mg for four weeks) for HPTA recovery, though I didn't want to go that route. Eventually I felt fine again, though in retrospect I would say the cycle wasn't worth it and no lasting gains were made. If i were to experiment again I would consider using a PCT for recovery after the cycle. 


  • the article dave wrote about Sarm's was taken offline - anyone know which Sarms he recommended?

  • I would too recommend a PCT. Has anyone used HCG for PCT or otherwise?> @boots said:

    I experimented with ostarine at 25 mg for 4 weeks earlier this year for muscle building. i noticed slight increases in strength, vascularity and recovery beyond normal gains made in a 4 week training cycle (I've been lifting for about 10 years), though for the four weeks after the cycle i felt sluggish, dropped libido and assume my HPTA system was compromised. I've read a lot about people using a traditional PCT following SARM cycles (such as Clomid 50 mg or Nolvadex 20 mg for four weeks) for HPTA recovery, though I didn't want to go that route. Eventually I felt fine again, though in retrospect I would say the cycle wasn't worth it and no lasting gains were made. If i were to experiment again I would consider using a PCT for recovery after the cycle. 

  • https://blog.bulletproof.com/sarms-increase-muscle-growth-200/>; @ewalkup said:

    the article dave wrote about Sarm's was taken offline - anyone know which Sarms he recommended?

  • dazdaz today is a good day ✭✭✭
    edited January 11

    https://blog.bulletproof.com/charles-poliquin-378/
    "Dave: .... I put on 12 pounds of muscle in the last month with basically three workouts, which is unbelievable to me, but I’m using SARMs, Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators.
    ... "

  • Estrogen is not the enemy. Play around with your e2 levels too much and you will regret it (unless you like dry joints, dehydrated muscle tissue, painful workouts, and oh yeah, gynecomastia). Unless you are TRT, and you are working with an endocrinologist that knows what they are doing, stay away.

  • I tried Ostarine for 3 weeks. The pumps it supported and muscle growth, especially through the traps, were very noticeable. I put on roughly 7 pounds. The product I used also contained androsta. It gave me sore joints and made me feel a bit of irritable depression.

  • ACH85ACH85 ✭✭
    edited January 30

    FWIW I've done some work for a doctor who helps men who have messed up their health using steroids. He mentioned in an off-hand way that he is now seeing as many men come in with issues from SARMs as from steroids. It's certainly possible these men used steroids prior to a SARM cycle, confusing the cause of their health problems, but I think it's the general attitude of "SARMs give you steroid results without any of the risks" that is the problem here. Even common supplements have risks, and SARMs go well beyond the effects of your average supplement.

    There are, of course, the obvious visible and sexual side effects people try to avoid through post-cycle therapy, but it's important to note there are also unseen cardiovascular issues that can come up while manipulating sex hormones with powerful drugs.

    I was very surprised when the SARMs article came out on Bulletproof, though I do have a fairly libertarian stance on altering body chemistry.

  • RekaReka ✭✭✭
    edited January 30

    @ACH85 said:

    I was very surprised when the SARMs article came out on Bulletproof, though I do have a fairly libertarian stance on altering body chemistry.

    Lately I'm getting the feeling that every quick fix type of stuff tends to show up on sites like this (although Ben Greenfield's site is still leading).

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