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Uncover the truth about Anabolic Steroids uses in bodybuilding

The Truth About “Down Regulation”

One misunderstood common principle of steroid physiology is the concept of Androgen receptors (AR), sometimes called “steroid receptors”, and the effects of steroid use on their regulation…

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Active Half-Life of Steroids, Esters and Ancillaries

The half-life can be explained as the time, or t level, it takes to become half of the starting level of a given compound.

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Benefits of Frontloading

Frontloading is the term for loading the steroid compound in the first weeks to facilitate its access in the blood stream…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Dbol

One of the more popular and well-known orals one can take is named Dianabol. There are often many questions on how to use and when to take ‘Dbol.’

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Nuts and Bolts of Steroids for Newbies

First off, you have the anabolic-androgenic steroids, which can be classified into two types – one being injectable and the other oral…

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Peptide Dosing Instructions

Protein peptides require proper dosing. Use this handy guide to get it right.

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T3 Fat Burning Synergy, HGH fragment 177-191 & Clenbuterol

Many positive, systematic effects have been attributed to growth hormones -anti-aging, increased IGF levels, improved overall strength, better sleep, tendon strength – the list goes on and on. But problems begin when synthetic GH is taken and the positive effects are decreased…

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What Bodybuilders Wish For? Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators!

The non-steroid class of drugs called SARMS (Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators) were created to minimize the side effects of testosterone by aiding in full anabolic activity in bone and muscle while decreasing the negative side effects on the skin, prostate and hair without having an influence on sex drive and sperm productivity…

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Clinical Studies on Weight Loss Using HGH Fragment 176-191

The first drug ever to successfully stimulate the metabolism of body fat in humans is a peptide named HGH Fragment 176-191 according to a 2004 study…

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Test Prop and Peak Value

So what’s the difference between running test prop and test e or c? The answer is two things – peak value and duration of cycle.

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Hydration and Amino Acids – Keys to Enhanced Performance

Drinking enough water is especially crucial for athletes due to the kind of activities they perform, which tends to easily consume energy…

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Test E, Deca and DBol: The Bulking Stack

The use of Deca and Dbol has been long hailed as the mighty bulking cycle. Traditionally used as an off season cycle, the stack will do a wonderful job of adding muscle mass and letting the user come in at a heavier weight when reaching their goal body fat when cutting…

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Running With Monsters: Test Prop, Tren Ace and Winny

The correlation of short esters, the monster that Tren is, and the drying effects of Winny make this cycle great for a summer shredder…

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What Are Esters and Why Are They Important?
by 3J, www.3jsdiet.com The purpose of this article is to educate those who are new to the anabolic world about steroids, their esters, and their correlation to half-life and peak levels of the compound in your bloodstream. Lets go over some basic terminology before we get into the details.... Read more
Proper Training Routine for Carb Cyclying

OK guys, today we are going to talk about running a proper training routine for carb cycling. There are many different patterns that can be used in the philosophy of carb cycling…

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A-Rod’s Advanced Drug Regimen

Although Alex Rodriguez finally waived the flag of surrender and dropped his lawsuit against the MLB for suspending him, we have learned quite a bit about the evidence the league had on the star player’s use of performance enhancing drugs…

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Are Steroid’s Effects Permanent?

Although Captain America’s super hero strength and lightning reflexes are still the stuff of comic book fantasy, new research suggests the permanent part of taking performance enhancing drugs is already here.

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The Benefits of Injectable Amino Acids

The purpose of this article is merely to educate and entertain the reader. This by no means constitutes medical advice or instruction. Injections of any kind should only be performed by medical professionals, and can lead to serious complications if the user is inexperienced in the proper procedures …

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Elevated Hematocrit: The Hidden Danger of Anabolic Steroid Use

Anabolic steroids increase red blood cells, which leads to an increase in the amount of oxygen that can be delivered to muscle. This adds a certain athletic advantage. If left unchecked, however, Hematocrit levels (the name for the test used to determine the amount of red blood cells present in blood plasma) can reach dangerous levels …

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What is HGH?

HGH also known as human growth hormone is making the news again. HGH is known as a peptide hormone that is produced by the pituitary gland…

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Muscle-loss study could be key to weight loss and anti-aging

A recent discovery by researchers in Singapore may be the key to developing new drugs to burn fat, cure common diabetes and even slow down the effects of aging.

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Top 5 fitness science breakthroughs of 2011

As we start the New Year, Steroidology takes a look back at the important scientific studies of 2011 that will impact the way we get in shape in 2012 and beyond. Important studies into weight loss, anti-aging, muscle growth and supplements top this year’s list…

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Beginner’s guide to power squats
The power squat is a great lift to gain strength in you legs.  If squats are done with good form will not damage the knee, it will only strengthen the knee.  The placement of the bar should be about 1.5 inches below the tops of the deltoids, which means... Read more
The Measure of Man’s Strength
No one asks another guy how much they can squat or deadlift, which is why the bench press is the median of measuring a man’s strength. There are three styles to bench as well; they are the wide grip, narrow grip, and the reverse grip.  People with longer arms... Read more
The role of attitude in powerlifting
There are a number of factors that are necessary to become a good powerlifter.  Obviously it takes a person that has strong muscles and lots of training.  Besides the most obvious factors, the other underlying factors are periodization, education, good equipment, and most importantly attitude. Your mentality is what... Read more
Beginner’s guide to strongman training
There is a huge difference between power-lifting competitions and Olympic lifting – strongman events are what you can call unconventional.  The reason for this is because depending on the promoter of the event there will be different types of lifts that need to be performed.  Granted, there are the... Read more
Techniques to help develop strength from bench presses
It is very important to remember when working on your bench press, that you warm up properly.  The majority of lifters just throw some plates on and do some half reps before starting on their routine – this is a very counter-productive approach to bodybuilding. The best way to... Read more
The superiority of the Sumo deadlift
Although there have been debates on the differences between the conventional and sumo deadlift techniques, several studies have shown there is no significant difference in the compressive disc forces at the L4 or L5 vertebrae between both techniques. But that’s not to mean that the debate between the two... Read more
Bulldozer Weight Training System Basics
The bulldozer weight training system is based on a mixture of doggcrapp training, max-stimulation, and heavy-duty training.  In Doggcrapp training, the key focus is performing 3 sets to failure with a certain weight.  The max-stimulation training focuses on performing single reps with just enough weight so you can perform... Read more
ALA: the supreme antioxidant
When immediately following your workout, eating carbohydrates can cause your insulin to spike.  When this is combined with high blood sugar levels, this will make a very lipogenic environment. The use of R-ALA can help channel more of the glucose to the muscle cells instead of the fat cells... Read more