Men who grow up in more challenging conditions where there is potential of exposure to infectious diseases, for example, are likely to have lower testosterone levels in later life than those who spend their childhood in healthier environments, according to new research.
Abstract Testosterone increases muscle mass and strength and regulates other physiological processes, but we do not know whether testosterone effects are dose dependent and whether dose requirements for maintaining […]
Abstract Background: Millions of individuals have used illicit anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS), but the long-term cardiovascular associations of these drugs remain incompletely understood. Methods: Using a cross-sectional cohort design, we recruited 140 experienced […]
Note: I’m not an advocate of steroid use. The average guy should be able to get really good results with intelligently designed, drug-free training. The risks, including legal problems, […]
A very small amount of testosterone actually exists in a free state, where interaction with cellular receptors is possible. The majority will be bound to the proteins SHBG (sex hormone […]
Although testosterone has been isolated, synthesized, and actively experimented with for many decades now, there is still some debate today as to exactly how steroids affect muscle mass. At this […]
Anabolic steroids are a class of medications that contain a synthetically manufactured form of the hormone testosterone, or a related compound that is derived from (or similar in structure and […]
by Shadow Pro | @ t-nation.com/pharma/steroids-what-pro-bodybuilders-are-really-using Here’s what you need to know… A pro bodybuilder could spend $8,000 to $20,000 for a 16-week competition cycle. Most pros are regularly monitored by trusted […]