Men & SARMs
There are a few factors that cause a lack of results for men training, these are:
Being time poor
Time is a major factor when it comes to achieving results naturally. Not only in regards to the actual training, but also when it comes to food preparation and tracking. Not spending every Sunday prepping your weekly meals? Not spending upwards of two hours per day in the gym? Not tracking your subtle and let’s face it, uninspiring results? Then the outcome you can expect is most likely going to be lacklustre in comparison to what you’re envisioning for your physique.
Even if you do have ample time on your hands, not being able to speed up recovery times ultimately prohibits your ability to get back into the gym to keep training. All of this ‘wasted’ time usually leads to burnout and ultimately the decision to quit.
Not understanding your own body type
When it comes to transforming your physique, you need to be clear on where it is you’re starting from. If you’re a more solid lad with broad shoulders and an uncanny ability to gain, you’re going to be starting off significantly better than someone with a smaller frame, however, your workouts will need to be more targeted and laser-focused to achieve specific results.
Now let’s say you’re the guy with a smaller frame, you eat like a horse and pump iron twice a day only to be asked by others ‘how do you stay so thin when you eat so much?’. You can’t physically eat any more or dedicate any more time to working out, your potential is capped and its beyond frustrating. Not only is it irritating, but eventually this limiting situation erodes your confidence and makes training more of a chore than a joy.
Lack of fitness education
You know what they say…’knowledge is power’ and it couldn’t ring truer than when it comes to achieving the physique you dream of. Why spend months or for some, years training to achieve little to no results? Imagine all the time you could have spent enjoying life outside of your fitness goals, pursuing other goals that are equally important to you. The more you know, the more you can do and ultimately achieve…and if you can fast track your route to success, the only question is why wouldn’t you?
Sarms for Men
SARMs…you might have heard of them from a friend, or even considered trying them yourself. SARMs are selective androgen receptor modulators, and they are designed to specifically target muscles, body fat and connective tissue to enhance their form. SARMs are the new-age alternative in the fitness industry and are deemed as a much more effective, safe, and clean option for men cutting, bulking, and strength training.
SARMs or Steroids?
SARMs and anabolic steroids work by binding to your androgen receptors which trigger changes in your DNA, ultimately increasing your muscles’ ability to grow. However, the difference is that steroids are a general tool – they can often impact other parts of the body which can lead to unwanted side-effects such as prostate issues, hair loss and acne.
The SARMs Difference
The difference with SARMs is that they are tissue selective – meaning they target your muscles without setting off a chain of other unwanted reactions throughout the body. Another upside to SARMs is ingestion as they are available in pill form as opposed to injecting.
To learn more about how SARMs work from a scientific perspective, click here.
To read about the different types of core SARMs click here.
All you need to know about SARMs
What is stacking?
Stacking is for athletes looking to make significant progress while training, running a SARMs stack is the most effective method. Stacking involves adding several compounds together to yield the best results, some of which include accelerated muscle growth, faster recovery times and increased endurance.
What are cycles?
Every SARMs cycle is different, with various types of delivery methods, as well as varying concentrations and strengths. That said, every SARMs user sticks to a dosage range. In general, most compound dosages range from 5mg to 30mg per dose. Be aware that some SARMs have more powerful effects, even at lower doses. So always start low to assess your response and increase (in 5mg) as necessary. Women should be incredibly mindful of keeping to the absolute minimum when starting out with SARMs dosages.
What is PCT?
Post cycle therapy, also known as PCT, is a specific protocol that is followed after a cycle of performance-enhancing products. This process helps to recover the users’ hormone levels.
What is a PPAR?
In a nutshell PPAR is different to regular SARMs:
- PPAR possess no anabolic activity and do not bind to the androgen receptor.
- PPAR agonists do not suppress HPTA or effect testosterone production in any way.
- PPAR increases endurance but carries no stimulant nature so they will not affect sleep or cortisol levels.
What is the most powerful SARM on the market?
YK-11 – VI Corpus Size On
YK-11 bridges the gap between SARMs and Prohormones. An incredibly strong SARM, always use with comprehensive cycle support and keep duration of use as short as possible.
What Our Clients Are Saying…
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“The first session after using my VI Corpus products, has been the BEST gym session I have ever had.
I have used SARMs before so maybe my receptors are more open to the high quality VI Corpus clearly produces and there for know what to do with the SARMs, but that said I was left with skin peeling pump and long lasting strength throughout the workout. Once the workout was over I felt euphoric long into the afternoon. Thank you team VI Corpus!! This is the premium product is SARM users have been waiting for.”