The science and use of anabolic steroid and related compounds for performance enhancing is based on over 40 years of experience. The use of steroids in this regard is not covered by the medical fraternity. It is an unofficial science in this regard, passed on by generations of bodybuilders and steroid users. It is also the longest running clinical trial, even if it is un-official.
We do not condone the use of steroids and related compounds but we do
believe in providing the best possible information about its use. We are
not responsible for any side effects and health issues that may arise
from people using steroids and/or related compounds based on our advice.
You can reduce the risk with good information. We try and provide that
based on the information you provide to us.
Steroids and related compounds taken with contra-indicated health
conditions can cause major problems. Make sure you are aware of
pre-existing medical conditions you may have or medication you are on
that could interact negatively with steroids and related compounds.
Read the side effects section and make sure you are aware of the risks, even if most of them can be managed.
You have take the responsibility upon yourself when you use these
compounds so get as much information as you can so that you can make an
informed decision. Use moderation and make sure you use steroids and
related compounds that contain the real actives in the right amounts. Be
warned - there are a lot of fakes out there and a lot of brands that
lie about what is really in their products.
Workouts: Steroids do not magically grow muscles, you must dedicate
yourself to a disciplined workout routine to obtain the desired buildup
of muscle mass. When planning your workouts, there are several factors
to consider. First, to kick the body into muscle-building gear and out
of its state of homeostasis, you need to plan a high intensity workout.
This means you should plan for a workout with few sets that work the
muscle until it fails. Large muscle groups will need more sets than
small ones, but no more than eight sets are necessary to get the desired
results. Your sets should also be consist of a small number of reps.
Eight to ten reps should be sufficient for any workout as long as you
are using heavy weights. You should increase the weights you lift as you
get stronger to keep the workouts stressful on the muscles. If you can
easily get through a set and you are not lifting until muscle failure,
increase the weight. While stressful workouts stimulate the muscles,
they do not grow until they are at rest. You should only workout one
muscle group at a time about once a week and you should always workout
every other day to allow the body enough rest time to grow the muscles.
Also, after a period of intense training, you should take a few days off
to rest and then start a plateau training program that is intended to
keep you in shape but not necessarily to gain more mass. Because it is
very likely that you will make gains of 20 pounds or more in a
relatively short time, it is important to keep up a regular
cardiovascular exercise workout as well to keep the heart in shape to
handle the new body mass. Three to four half-hour cardio workouts a week
should be sufficient to keep your heart healthy for your new body.
Diet: While it is true that using anabolic steroids will allow the
body to grow larger muscles than what your natural genetics will allow,
you are still bound by the basic rules of physiology you can not grow more mass unless you intake more mass in your diet. One of the most
common reasons why bodybuilders show stagnate gains in their muscle mass
is poor nutrition. Most people have bad habits when it comes to eating,
which is why obesity is such a problem today. For bodybuilders,
especially those using steroids, a disciplined diet can mean all the
difference in the world when it comes to gains in muscle mass. Changing
eating habits is hard to do but if you follow these simple guidelines,
you can maximize the results of your diet. Eat more meals per day! Most
of us have become indoctrinated to the thee-meal-a-day lifestyle, a
large breakfast, hearty lunch and a dinner feast. Unfortunately, this is
not an ideal eating schedule for the body and can lead to more
unhealthy habits, like skipping lunch because of a large breakfast, for
example. By consuming five to six meals throughout the day, the body
will begin to release insulin continuously. Insulin carries amino acids,
an essential building block of muscles. The most essential part of any
bodybuilder's diet is protein. Because protein breaks down in the and
turns into amino acids (the most essential building block for muscles),
it is important to maintain a high intake of protein in order to
continue growth. The best sources for protein come from meat, fish, eggs
and milk. An effective diet for bodybuilders is a protein intake of one
to one and a half grams of protein per pound of bodyweight per day.
This amount should be adequate enough to maintain a positive nitrogen
balance in the muscle cell meaning the cell takes in more protein than
it gives out. Carbohydrates are an important factor to a proper diet for
athletes because they are essential to giving the body energy,
maintaining blood-sugar levels and burning fat. A recommended amount of
800 to 900 grams of carbohydrates should be consumed daily. Good sources
of complex carbohydrates, which should be about 85 percent of your
carbohydrate intake, are whole grains, rice, oats, noodles, pasta and
vegetables. Simple carbohydrates, which should be the remaining 15
percent of your carbohydrate intake, come from fruit.
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