What benefits can I expect from a cycle with SARMs? This is probably the most common problem involving SARMs. First, the few studies on the subject and the users own reports show that the effects of SARMs are not as potent as those of anabolic steroids. In fact, SARMs could be considered as a “much” weaker version of steroids.
With this out of the way, the gains that can be obtained with them will depend directly on the type of armor used, the amount and the time of use. For example, a study that included the use of modest doses of SARM MK-2866 for 12 weeks resulted in an increase of 1.4 kg of muscle mass and a loss of approximately 500 g of fat. Those involved did not train or diet. By training hard, dieting and using larger doses, you could certainly get bigger with a SARM. In summary, SARMs have a similar purpose to anabolic steroids, in terms of body change, but they will hardly produce the same results.
Are SARMs really free of side effects?
To say that SARMs are anabolic steroids without side effects is a misused maximum. There is very little solid scientific evidence about what SARMs can cause in the short and long term. However, one study that included SARM ostreine showed that subjects had a fall of up to 43% in total testosterone after 83 days of use. Another study with SARM LGD-4033 showed similar results. That is, SARMs seem to decrease the production of natural testosterone, just as they do with anabolic steroids, and there are not many studies on what else they can cause in the body. Even so, SARMs are a safer option and can cause less damage than steroids.
SARMs are substances that provide some of the benefits of anabolic steroids with fewer side effects. Although they do not have the same potency, they can certainly generate more profits than natural options (such as taking creatine, for example). Just keep in mind that they are not the definitive solution to gain pounds and more pounds of muscle mass, especially without adverse reactions. It is important to keep in mind that most of the information about SARMs currently comes from people who, in some way, are involved in the sale. Therefore carry information from these sources with a slight dose of skepticism. In short, SARMs definitely work, but not in the way most vendors say or as people imagine.