|12-11-2011, 08:40 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2011
Hi, I don't know the answer but I wanted to say that just because methandienone is legal in the UK it does not mean that it is "legal" for your body.
I hope you understand that any substance which makes your body perform more than it is regularly capable to do is doing that in the same way as we can overclock/speed up computers. You/it will run faster, but die faster too.
Make the right choice. Stay natural.
|12-12-2011, 12:27 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: United Kingdom
I can see what your saying but, in very small amounts I can't see them being any more dangerous than alcohol or paracetamols. Like most things in life, abit of everything in moderation strengtens the mind and the body. Caffiene is a drug and has a strong effect on the body but isn't natural to the body, but testosterone is.
It saves time, makes you stronger, better looking, which could help you in other areas aswell such as reationships,work, obv sport etc....
I woud agree that there are alot of downsides but only if you take things to excess, if you body produces 50ml of testosterone in a week and you take this up to puberty levels which your body has handled before naturally, I don't think there would be many risks.
|12-12-2011, 10:33 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2009
Methandrostenolone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I'm guessing since it is an anabolic steroid it will have positive correlating effects with those types of races.
Increased testosterone usually means increased recovery, which helps out pretty much any athlete.
|12-13-2011, 11:33 AM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: The Netherlands
As far as I know:
Methandrostenolone is toxic to the liver. Basically the same trouble as caffeine or alcohol here: It can increase blood pressure and in longer terms it can result in permanent damage to the liver.
The other downside is that the use of it will suppress your natural testosterone production. So you have to look for a way to add exogenous testosterone.
I personally think it should be avoided, because it changes the way your body works. I would stay natural at all times. But I have to say: I don't use caffeine or alcohol either.
|12-15-2011, 02:15 AM||#6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2009
It will decrease athletic performance in most cases. It's a short term, quick acting steroid that causes lots of quick water gain (under the skin AND inter-muscle water) along with muscle growth.
That water in the muscles makes you look much bigger but it zaps cardio in a huge way.
Quick onset of additional muscles also takes away your cardio. If if you're a runner, boxer, grappler or anything that requires tons of cardio it just going to make you that much easier to beat because you'll be gassing out immediately.
When athletes who are involved in high-cardio sports get caught using steroids it's usually some long-acting compound that increases recovery and muscle growth over a longer but slower period of time and isn't as much of a water retention causer.
You also have to deal with the post-cycle low testosterone levels. Your natural testosterone will drop within 2 weeks of starting, no big deal while you're on but when you finish you need a way to block all the extra estrogen and get your levels to normal.
If you do nothing it will return after so many weeks but you'll feel crappy and it will hurt performance.
From what I've seen of actual medical studies proper cycling on and OFF androgens is not very harmful. But since everyone is different it's a good idea to have blood work done while on. Liver values and cholesterol test.
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