ANABOLICS: Effective and safe use with best results!
Well hello, gym candy sharks!
You are about to get your hands on a real almanac “In the footsteps of Arnold Schwarzenegger, or the club of AAS fans”.
And a warning for everybody, even before you start reading this article.
Because a man who knows can lose his sleep being worried about things that a fool has not even heard of.
Unfortunately, it was impossible to simplify this release to the level of junior classes, since pharmacology is a highly specialized and science-intensive field, and we’ll do our best to comprehend it.
Let’s proceed with studying the practice of using anabolic-androgenic drugs in sports (without touching the moral and legal aspects of this issue).
We’ll focus mainly on the technical nuances of using banned doping in sports and will answer the question what are anabolic steroids in full.
Just so you know, many people, even those who are deemed to be professional sports team doctors, can have a pretty limited knowledge of the actual science of anabolic-androgenic steroids, so make sure that you read this article thoroughly.
Thus, you will know what and how to do, instead of asking the so-called professionals and getting silly recommendations, which can be quite dangerous at the same time.
What classes of AAS drugs are used in strength sports?
The anabolics, in a broad sense, are everything that assists the growth.
You see, eggs or cottage cheese are anabolics as well, since they help to shift the nitrogen balance to the positive side, thus contributing to anabolism.
In a narrow sense, anabolics are prohibited drugs leading to anabolism (the growth of muscle mass and strength).
Most often, washouts consider such drugs to be just the steroids.
Well, it’s completely wrong!
The truth is that the AAS are the strongest class of doping, yet far from being the only one.
Check out five major groups of doping (yes, there are other groups, yet they are not as important as this “fantastic five”):
- Anabolic Steroids
- Growth Hormone
- Anti-Adverse events agents (Proviron, hCG, Tamoxifen, Tribulus)
- Cutting drugs (thyroid hormones, Clenbuterol, Dinitrophenol, diuretics, etc.).
Combinations of Anabolics (stacks)
Most often, when they use AAS, athletes stack several drugs at once, or gradually interchange several drugs during the course.
OR use both options during the same cycle!
What’s the point in doing so?
Experience shows that by combining several drugs, or by interchanging drugs, you achieve much higher effects in terms of muscle mass and strength.
Here’s where you can see the principle “1 + 1 = 3” in action.
At this stage, we have methods of combinations (or stacks) for beginners (let’s call these the arithmetic) and advanced methods for professionals (these already are higher mathematics and geometry).
The first basic courses for beginners contain, as a rule, combinations of Anabolic Steroids only (one type of hormones – modified sex hormones).
The “higher mathematics” of professionals, though, necessarily includes “The three pillars” (three major anabolic hormones):
- Steroids (sex hormones),
- Growth hormone.
In addition, professionals add a number of drugs that help them fight against the negative effects of the above-mentioned drugs over the body.
Hormones are very active substances, which often interact with each other in a different way.
Check this out!
High insulin level causes a drop in blood sugar and results in a protective reaction – the release of growth hormone.
Therefore, it is not the easiest task for zoned-out AAS fans to develop a correct use of several hormones at once.