SARMs balance performance enhancement with safety and longevity in a way that no other products do. You get ‘safer’ compounds that do much less for your performance, and you get compounds that give you great gains and improvements whilst damaging your health. SARMs, on the other hand, give you almost peerless results whilst being incredibly safe.
Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) are growing in popularity as people increasingly turn to them as a safe alternative to anabolic steroids. Today, I’ll be looking at two of the most popular SARMs available in this article. I’ll begin by explaining the pros and cons of them each, before going on to see which of the two is best: Ostarine or Ligandrol.
In this article, I’ll be looking at two of the most popular SARMs available today to see which of the two is best: Stenabolic and Cardarine. I’ll begin by explaining the pros and cons of them individually, before revealing what I think the best one is on reflection.
Cardarine (also known as GW 501516) is one of the most well-known, often used SARMs you can find in today’s marketplace. Bodybuilders and athletes alike have spent years experimenting with it to maximise their results from training. The net result of this experimentation is that today we know exactly what it does and, more importantly for this article, we know the most efficient ways to structure dosing for maximal gains.
Many people in the fitness industry are touting Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators as the next big thing. Most consider them to be safe yet potent steroid alternatives, allowing you to improve performance, musculature and body composition without any of the dangerous hormonal fallout that steroids might offer. In this article, I’ll be looking at two of the most popular SARMs available on today’s market: Ostarine and RAD 140. I’ll run through what I like about each one, before ending with my recommendation as to which of these SARMs I think is the superior.