Sarm’s are one of the biggest names in the supplement industry today, and there are many different SARMs out there that focus on different goals such as lean muscle gain or fat loss. However, with so many options out there, it can be hard to know which one to choose, or if you should even consider sarms for bulking at all. Read our guide to learn about all of the Sarm’s on the market, what they can do and how they work.
How SARMS work
SARMS stands for Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators, and they are a class of non-steroidal drugs that are similar in structure to naturally occurring testosterone. They work by stimulating certain types of receptors and, as a result, produce tissue growth. SARMS differ from anabolic steroids because they only affect muscle tissue and bone.
All SARMs have different recommended doses; make sure to follow your doctor’s guidelines if you’re thinking about trying them. If you are going it alone, research suggests that a dosage of 20 milligrams (mg) of Ostarine taken once a day is effective in building muscle. You can increase or decrease dosages based on your own goals and needs.
Best results from SARMS cycles
Try a longer cycle to get more significant results, but don’t take them for too long (longer than 8 weeks) as they can be toxic. The best results are achieved when cycling with other SARMS. YK-11 and Ostarine seem to work well together and LGD-4033 and GW 501516 can also be used in concert. Keep in mind that SARMS cycles are usually stacked, not taken alone.