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3 Best SARMs for Cutting (Before/After Pictures)
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SARMs (selective androgen receptor modulators) were formulated to mimic the muscle-building effects of anabolic steroids, as a potential medicinal treatment for cachexia. Thus, SARMs’ main function is anabolism i.e. to increase lean muscle tissue. However, SARMs also possess lipolytic (fat-burning) effects, due to stimulation of AR (androgen receptors). Typically, most SARMs will reduce overall body […]

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5 Best SARMs for Bulking (Before/After Pictures)
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SARMs (selective androgen receptor modulators) have recently been formulated as a potential medicinal alternative to anabolic steroids. Scientists’ main objective when synthesizing SARMs was to replicate the anabolic effects of steroids, but without any androgenic side effects. This has been successfully achieved via the mechanism of tissue selectivity, where SARMs bind to cells that promote […]

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7 Best SARMs (Ranked from Best to Worst)
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Selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) have become very popular in the bodybuilding world, since their recent formulation in the 1990s. SARMs may prove to be revolutionary in the medicinal world if they can mimic the majority of anabolic steroids benefits, but with less pronounced side effects. Currently, there is not enough clinical research to make […]

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Are SARMs Legal? (US, UK, Australia Laws & More)
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Non-steroidal selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) have become very popular in the realm of bodybuilding, since their recent formulation in the 1990s. Are SARMs Legal? As of 2022, SARMs are currently 100% legal worldwide (excluding Australia).  In Australia SARMs are classed as a schedule 4 substance, thus they are illegal to possess, unless a person […]

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How Do SARMs Work? What You Need to Know
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Selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) are currently being studied as a potential anabolic treatment in medicine. Chemical modifications of testosterone, known as steroidal SARMs, were formulated in the 1940s as a means to induce anabolism (without androgenicity) in specific tissues. When anabolic steroids (specifically testosterone) were first medicinally approved in 1939, their androgenic side effects […]

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