Legal anabolics and pharmacology in bodybuilding

For natural bodybuilders and those who have decided to stop using steroids, I would like to offer a methodological development for taking permitted pharmacological drugs. This technique is designed to build muscle mass, restore performance and increase endurance of athletes in bodybuilding and other power sports. Of course, compared with modern “chemistry” (for example, the use of clomid), the results will not be the same, but there is no risk to health. And in combination with sufficient nutrition and sports supplements, your progress will be more significant in any case than if you trained without these drugs. From my own practice, I can add that for 3-4 months of training and following this method, the athletes I trained managed to gain 10-15 kg of muscle mass! And it was not water, “proxymachine” muscles, which immediately subsided upon completion of the course “chemistry”. The result was fixed steadily and for a long time. And, what is most interesting, such results were achieved not only without steroids, but also without modern sports nutrition products, and with sportpit products, we can expect more significant progress.

For those athletes who have no particular problems with gaining muscle mass, as well as for pronounced endomorphs, i.e. those who are prone to excess weight and who have a problem with excess fat rather than with muscles, this Chapter will also provide recommendations on how to solve this problem – and get rid of fat, and give the muscles a better visual appearance.

What progress can we expect?

Almost all of the described drugs are of domestic origin, which implies their availability and relatively reasonable cost. These drugs are quite highly rated for quality and effectiveness in the medical industry and in sports medicine.

Legal anabolics and pharmacology in bodybuilding

It is known that combinations of pharmacological drugs either enhance the effect of each other, or suppress. Combinations of drugs are quite effective in their effect on muscle growth. I am sure that after passing several courses on these drugs, many who were on “chemistry” will refuse it. Why ruin your health and lose muscle after “chemistry” courses, when there is an alternative to “throw” 5 kg or more of clean muscle every-even if not 3-4 months, as with my wards , but even a year? In addition, you will not have “chemical”, water muscles, for which you will need to shake, as if they did not come off, but a healthy working mass, which will always be with you. Of course, on steroid courses you will gain much more weight, but the risk of side effects is very high.

To adapt and rest the body from very powerful force stress and rapid growth of muscle mass, it is advisable to conduct no more than 3 courses per mass per year (2-3 months each). It is also advisable to be under the supervision of a doctor (preferably a sports doctor) and a competent personal trainer during these courses.

For those who are engaged in the type of addition is an endomorph or who are quite satisfied with the overall muscle mass, but are not satisfied with the quality of the muscles, waist width and their own press (or rather its absence), you will need to use the recommendations for taking these drugs from relief periods.

What dictates the selection of pharmacological drugs in sports, I just want to make a reservation That these drug regimens are intended for natural bodybuilders who train fundamentally without steroids or for those who are done with them. The “chemists” have completely different drugs, their reception schemes and courses.

The selection of an individual complex of pharmacological agents (for example, clomid) for each athlete as a whole should be determined by:

  • Data from current and dynamic medical and biochemical observations.
  • The presence of the identified “limiting” link (Central nervous system, cardiovascular system, etc.)
  • Features of adaptation, resistance and hyperactivity to the same drugs.
  • The need to prevent and treat chronic diseases in this athlete.
  • Psychological status and behavioral responses in the competitive period.

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