SR9009 (Stenabolic) Review for Exercise Endurance: Dosage Guide & Side Effects
As our readers may remember, I’ve written before about my experimentation with SARMs and how I’ve used them to get back in shape after suffering spinal injuries. SR9009 (hereafter referred to by its brand name of Stenabolic) is the latest one I’ve tried out and I’m eager to share with you the results I’ve seen.
I should preface this post by saying that I am not endorsing Stenabolic as an independent medication for fat burning and gains. Personally, I’ve seen dramatic weight loss and muscle mass from taking Andarine and Ostarine. I can’t say the same about Stenabolic. With that said, I have unlocked strength and endurance that I didn’t previously have.
Before I get into my own case, I’ll tell you a bit more about how Stenabolic works, where you can get it and why it may or may not be right for you. In the end, I trust you’ll have a better understanding of what this PPAR alpha drug is all about.
Let’s get cracking.
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What Is SR9009 (Stenabolic)
Stenabolic, aka SR9009, is a PPAR alpha modifier. It is readily available online and can be purchased here. This class of modifiers is clinically proven to mediate sex-specific gene repression and to protect the liver against estrogen-induced toxicity in lab animals.
It works by increasing metabolic activity of skeletal muscle, resulting in a substantial uptake in running ability. Essentially, it mimics the effect of aerobic exercise even when you are not exercising.
Once Stenabolic is administered, the subject’s metabolism accelerates and slows down periodically, effectively re-syncing the user’s metabolic clock. This ensures that excess fat is converted into energy.
By binding to Rev-erb, the body’s natural protein, Stenabolic positively impacts the user’s glucose and lipid metabolism in their liver. This, in turn, exerts influence over one’s fat-storing cells and inflammatory responses.
As a “Rev-erb agonist”, Stenabolic interacts with your circadian rhythm modulation activity, meaning that it can lead to a more restful sleep and, thus, a more rejuvenated body upon waking.
As a supplement, Stenabolic use is associated with an increase in endurance and stamina, BMI reduction, and prospective bone and muscle strength.
Stenabolic is largely considered to be a safe alternative to traditional anabolic steroids, although it has yet to be determined whether it is safe for women who are pregnant.
But this is not to say that Stenabolic can’t have a fair share of side effects. However, studies have not shown any significant side effects from this particular chemical. No suppression has been detected and absolutely no clinical evidence points to addiction or tolerance.
Some common side effects of SARMs include acne, acid reflux, headaches, and low testosterone. At this time, there is no evidence to support the idea that any of these would occur when taking Stenabolic in recommended doses.
While it has been demonstrated that Stenabolic is reasonably risk-free, users are still advised to take it in responsible doses.