Winstrol Buy Online: A competitor client of mine has been training on and off with weights for several years now. He is seriously thinking of using steroids (not abusing them). He stated that he has never used before and will not without proper advice. When he was 20 he placed 3rd at a bodybuilding nationals. He has studied a little on a few websites and is learning. Here’s his plan: He currently weight 210. He is 6’2″ and probably a mesomorph. He can run 5 miles and work hard on his fitness. He drinks a little but not all that much and he doesn’t smoke. He kickbox 3 days a week and train with weights 2 days a week. He knows he can put on muscle and he wants to drop his 36-inch waist to a 33.
All in all he’d like a harder appearance. He was thinking of combining 20mg of anavar per day with 240 mg per day of andriol for a short cycle of about 14 weeks. He doesn’t plan on using them again after that. He just wants that extra kick to help him start making progress. I see too many guys less gifted than him getting bigger and stronger once they start using drugs. He’s read that there’s little potential for side effects from androil and anavar.
- He ask: Is this true?
- Do these drugs work well together?
- What would I suggest?
I am not an advocate of steroids and actually do a lot of work with athletes looking to get off the juice. These are healthy individuals who regret some of the decisions they’ve made. They all started with a “short cycle” that had “little potential for side effects.” The real trap with steroids is a psychological one, but a very real one just the same. A part of the mechanism of steroids involves blocking the cortisol receptor. Cortisol is a hormone that breaks down muscle tissue. Block the receptor, cortisol cannot act, thus there is reduced muscle breakdown and net muscle gain.
The challenge is, as the endocrine system tries desperately to make sufficient cortisol to, and the cortisol fails to act, cortisol output is increased. Because the sites are blocked, the body begins to create new cortisol receptors which are also blocked by the drugs. When the “cycle” is discontinued, the sites open up and there is significant muscle and strength loss. The frustration almost always leads to the second cycle, and because there are more cortisol receptors, the second cycle is never as dramatically positive as the first.
The gains you make naturally are going to be far more healthful and easier to maintain. If you’ve been on the routine you described, three days of kickboxing and two days of weight training each week, your body has hit a plateau because it’s adapted to the workout stimulus. If you want to increase muscle, change your work out routine around, weight train more often, and try making some nutritional shift that amount to getting more thermic meals.