What is SARMs? The Complete 2019 Insider's Guide to Using Sarms

There is a lot of misinformation about SARMs on the internet. We are here to clear that up. Get real SARMs information, from real people, who use SARMs every day. This is your no bullshit guide!

SARMS EDUCATION 101

The sports supplement market has exploded in recent years. You’ve got protein, creatine, BCAAs, the list goes on. However, there’s one out there that’s been receiving a lot of buzz lately.

They’re called SARMS, which is short for Selective Androgenic Receptor Modulators. You may or may not have heard of them on the internet in some way, shape, or form, being talked about by several fitness personalities on YouTube and Instagram. But what are they and what do they do exactly?

Well, let’s get one thing straight. You can’t really call these “supplements.” In fact, they’re actually drugs. They were actually developed as a way to both treat muscle-wasting diseases (such as cancer) and as less dangerous replacements for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) treatments, which often include some sort of anabolic steroid. They decrease the potential side effects and dangers that anabolic steroids can cause, such as virilization (development of masculine traits) in females and infertility in men.

Well, after the early trials of this drug were completed, bodybuilders and those in closely-related industries began to discover that these drugs worked very similarly to steroids, but without the harmful side effects and downsides that often accompany steroid use.

SARMS, unlike steroids, don’t require injection to be ingested, don’t show any signs of damage to the reproductive system in both sexes, and don’t cause any sort of virilization symptoms in women, like an enlarged clitoris or deepening of the voice.

Ultimately, this is a personal decision and one that only you can make. What we can say for sure is, they aren’t as dangerous as anabolic steroids and have produced amazing results for both men and women.