Injectable SARMs

By now most athletes know about SARMs, know what they are and know how they work. There is a growing interest and trend in the fitness community where athletes seek to enhance their performance with PEDs, with the least possible side-effects. The search for safer alternatives have led many to research Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators, or SARMs.  SARMs differ from traditional peds in that they target very specific muscle-skeletal sites and androgen receptors. When SARMs are metabolized there are minimal unwanted effects on other tissue such as the heart or prostate. At the very least, current medical research and clinical trials on SARMS indicate this: SARMs are ‘safer’ than most other PEDs available the market. For the most part SARMs have been researched through oral administration. However, as human curiosity and drive dictates, we’re now entering a phase where injectable SARMs are seeping onto the market. Many reputable companies are delving into the research and production of injectable SARMs.   There is some evidence that injectable SARMs are safer than their oral counterparts. No studies have been conducted to prove this idea, but the collective experience of those athletes that log their research conclude the same: seemingly stronger effects with little sides.  It is argued that when SARMs are injected, less of the compound passes through the liver. It isn’t that SARMs are liver toxic to begin with, but when any compound passes through the liver the potential exists that it may be chemically altered. This chemical alteration may have negative effects on liver lipids, hormonal levels and other physiological factors. When SARMs are administered orally in high doses, side effects increase. The higher you go, the higher the potential for unwanted, and usually unpleasant, side effects.

Injectable SARMs, on the other hand, seem to be tolerated well at high doses. Athletes are able to responsibly push dosages past traditional guidelines with little to no adverse experiences. Preliminary reports from researchers indicate pronounced positive effects from injecting SARMs. This may be because of better bio-availability when injected as opposed to oral administration, however we do not have the necessary research to prove this as fact. Anecdotal experience seems to indicate that SARMs are more potent when injected. SARMs, like most other peds, are injected intramuscularly. Injections might not be as frequent as oral administration but this depends on the compounds (and suspension) used. For now, there aren’t any clear-cut formulas to base cycles on. Insight comes from research and scouring the web for first-hand information from research pioneers. As injectable SARMs become more popular we’ll likely see an increase in information circulating athletic circles. 

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