What Are SARMs?

August 03, 2019

What Are SARMs?

Our certified SARMs at CrazyShred.Com  are made with High Quality and Pure Active ingredients ranging from 98-100% pure quality. SARMs (Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators) are The Future of Fitness because, unlike steroids, they stimulate androgen receptors in muscle and bone without affecting other cells. But what are they exactly and how safe are they?

Chances are you’ve heard about SARMs, but you’re not quite sure what they are.

SARMs is short for Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators. The main reason why SARMs were created was to help treat various conditions such as obesity and muscle wasting diseases. Due to their unique properties, they are currently being used by bodybuilders and other athletes.

These compounds have been around for quite a while, but most of them are still being researched to this day to find out what potential they could have in the medical world.

SARMs are considered to be a safer alternative to other performance-enhancing drugs such as steroids and prohormones.

As you might already know, some steroids are prescribed to patients with, for example, muscle wasting diseases.

But the problem with steroids is that they have side effects. You’ve probably heard of people experiencing things such as acne and hair loss from using steroids. 

This is not the case with SARMs.They work completely differently to most performance enhancers do. The term SARM pretty much speaks for itself, they selectively bind to the androgen receptors. The fact that these compounds are selective in their actions is what makes them so great.

By being selective in everything they do, you won’t be experiencing any horrible side effects.

This is why so many athletes are drawn to SARMs, they seem to give great results without any negatives.

Please note, although SARMs have proven to be extremely effective creating explosive results, they are by no means fully tested or deemed safe. Users must be 21 years and older in order to use and you should also consult your GP before taking any supplementation. It is also unclear if a full PCT cyle is necessary following a course of use of any SARM.





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