Aas And Sarms - Pushing Beyond Natural Genetic Potential

Discussion in 'Anything and Everything about dietary supplements' started by Renky, Dec 15, 2019.

  1. Renky

    Renky Member

    This is something that has always interested me...
    If someone is at their natural genetic limit (after years and years and years of lifting) and they want to cycle one course of something, will the results stick when they finish the cycle?
    For someone in their early 40's that wants to give this sort of thing a go, research seems to indicate that Primobol or Ostarine are the safest options. Is this true from a real life experience?
  2. Dakota Ray

    Dakota Ray New Member

    My best guess would be that someone would keep the new gains for a non-zero amount of time after coming off, but over the course of time, would revert back to whatever their natural hormonal environment could maintain. And the rate of loss would be proportional to how far beyond what their natural hormonal environment could support. If you are far above it, the RATE of loss back to baseline would be faster, but the TOTAL TIME it takes to get back to baseline would be longer. And vice versa. If you are only slightly above what the natural hormonal environment could maintain, the RATE of loss would be slower, but the TOTAL TIME to get back to baseline would be shorter.
  3. Totentanz

    Totentanz Super Moderator Staff Member

    AAS usage has a permanent effect on the maximum amount of muscle mass you can maintain after coming off. As for SARMs, they haven't been around long enough to know.

    With regards to drug usage, test is arguably the safest overall to use, when kept within reasonable limits. Hence why they use that rather than other steroids for hormone replacement therapy.
  4. Jester

    Jester Well-Known Member

    I’m in the same boat philosophically, though a few years behind you in terms of timeline.

    I have a number of mates who are non-natural, both powerlifters and bodybuilders (aspiring). The one bit of advice they all give is to find and use an endocrinologist who has no objections. Especially with testosterone. SARMS are very effective - just look up John Haack, but not enough data right now.

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