You went to the gym every day and work. Drink protein envelopes, eat a lot of chicken and admire a build-up of muscle. You are happy. Then you realize the new guy in the gym is very fast and you can get stack with Sustanon 250 and Winstrol. It only started there 3 months and starts in size as if there were no tomorrow. Which are they?
Obviously, it is steroids and you start to wonder if you should put on the towel or get into the car. It is tempting. Why work so hard when you only see mediocre results compared to the other.
Steroids work, obviously, but are they worth it? And are they guaranteed?
The Mumbo Jumbo coach:
Hundreds of different steroids have been identified in plants, animals, and fungi. Steroids associated with muscle growth are called anabolic steroids.
Anabolic steroids are a class of natural hormones and synthetic steroids that promote the growth and cellular division of tissues and bones. They not only affect muscle tissue, but also other organs. Testosterone is the most potent natural anabolic steroid.
Testosterone is secreted primarily in the testicles of males and ovaries in females. It is the main male sex hormone. On average, the adult male body produces about twenty times the amount of testosterone in an adult woman’s body.
Testosterone increases naturally in men at puberty and causes these effects:
- Increased libido and erection frequency
- The pubic hair extends to the thighs and around the belly button
- Facial hair (skin, beard, and mustache)
- Increased tendency towards violence or aggression
- Subcutaneous fat decreases
- Increased strength and muscle mass
- More serious voice
- The growth of the Adam’s apple
- Tissue growth spermatogenesis in the testicles, male fertility
- The growth of the jaw, forehead, chin, nose and remodeling of the contour of the facial bone
- Shoulders widen and rib cage expands
Side effects from the use of anabolic steroids vary depending on the type of medication, dose, and duration of use and sensitivity and individual response.
To be with you directly, there are more stories and myths about the effects of steroids than you can paste spices which may get stack with Sustanon 250 and Winstrol. However, some of the most common and documented effects include severe acne, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, impotence and mood swings.
So if you think you can handle that, then that’s it … Well, not really.
This does not mean that if you take steroids you will lose it and become an incredible Hulk. But it’s actually the bell warning.
Bad news – Problems do not stop when the steroid treatment is discontinued either. People who use steroids may develop a dependence on them. This means that they will go through withdrawal when they stop using. You may feel sick to your stomach, headaches, sweating a lot, feeling dizzy, and being depressed.
In addition, they are illegal – (in case they wonder)
Steroids are legal for veterinarians and doctors, but it is illegal to sell or buy them on the street. When steroids are sold on the street or in a gym, they are often mixed with other factors that only increase risk.
Steroids are also banned in amateur sports such as the Olympics and most professional sports. Several Olympic athletes have lost their medals after being tested and were found to have used steroids to increase their volume.
They are guaranteed:
Steroids will increase your muscle mass – hands down.
This does not necessarily mean that your chest and biceps will come out of your shirt in the first place. Some cases in which users have been very few gains in their chest and a massive increase in their shoulders and traps. Who else wants to become the next hump? I do not.