Dear Friend and Fellow Athlete,
In today’s Elite Fitness News I’m going to open your eyes to a new world of anabolic compounds that show potential to become an important part of the chemical enhancement arsenal at our disposal. These new and amazing compounds are called Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators or SARMs for short.
As you may remember, decades ago when Human Growth Hormone (HGH) became reliably synthesized, bodybuilders all over the world got bigger and stronger by stacking HGH with the good old Anabolic Steroids we all know and love. Around 2006, Peptides entered the scene and became a better version of HGH, with less side effects and were a lot less expensive to buy. Peptides truly became Anabolics 2.0 for professional athletes from across the world, and bodybuilders got bigger than ever.
Now the age of Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (S.A.R.M) is upon us, and many people in the fitness industry agree we are at a new stage in chemically assisted physical development, we could even call it Anabolics 3.0.
Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (S.A.R.M), attach to the very same receptors that good old steroids like Dianabol and testosterone would attach to, but SARMs don’t have the disadvantages and side-effects of the old school anabolic hormones. As a matter of fact, while SARMs are anabolic and improve performance, they may not even qualify as hormones. They are a completely new compound that specifically target muscle building, strength and performance without causing any of the unwanted side effects of anabolic steroids… This is a new dawn in the evolution of muscle pharmacology, and I’m sure you will enjoy learning about how SARMS can increase muscle mass, while helping you to lose bodyfat and increase athletic performance beyond what we ever thought possible.
SARMs – Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators
Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (S.A.R.Ms) provide the positives of testosterone including and not limited to increased muscle mass, fat loss, and bone density. But they do not have the negative side effects of androgens which include prostate issues, hair loss, acne, and liver problems.
Your androgen receptors (AR) are the receptors that androgens such as testosterone and DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) bind to, and send a “signal” to activate once bound. The bounded androgen receptors combine with another androgen receptor to travel to the nucleus of an androgen cell where gene transcription of DNA to RNA takes place. This gene transcription is the process in which androgenic hormones exert their anabolic effects on muscle tissue. In contrast to androgenic steroids, SARMs have the ability to take the place of the androgen, and as a result, they bring forth many of the same positive effects on muscle tissue as anabolic steroids like testosterone and DHT. Being non-steroidal SARMs do not turn into unwanted estrogen or into side-inducing dihydrotestosterone (DHT).
Studies have shown the ability of SARMs to increase muscle and bone mass dramatically in animals while having no adverse impact on the prostate. Phase I trials of SARMs in humans have also reported significant increases in lean muscle mass.
The two most talked about SARMs among bodybuilders are SARM S-4 a.k.a. Acetamidoxolutamide and SARM S-1: a.k.a. Ostarine or MK 2866. Use this link to discover how bodybuilders are using SARM S-4 and getting great results. And this link to uncover the bodybuilding uses for S-1. And I’ll also tell you about how bodybuilders and athletes are using SARMs as a bridge between anabolic steroid cycles in order to maintain and increase muscle gains.
Your's in sport,