Cardarine and SR9009 combo stack
Cardarine is one of the most popular bodybuilding supplements on the market. While nearly all supplements make similar promises – gain more muscle, burn fatter, get the energy boost for a power workout – Cardarine stands out because it can also protect the heart and lower bad cholesterol. A supplement that can give you a better body and lower your risk for heart attack? No wonder everyone wants it!
Contrary to popular belief, Cardarine is not a SARM (selective androgen receptor modulator) like Ligandrol or Stenabolic. It is a PPAR (peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor). While the two types of drugs work in similar ways, PPARs don’t bind to androgen receptors and have no anabolic activity. This is actually a good thing. It won’t affect your testosterone production, and while it increases endurance it is not considered a stimulant – you won’t have trouble falling asleep, and you won’t have that anxious or jittery feeling.
GW 501516 works by targeting the androgen receptors that stimulate glucose in the muscles, then blocks the formation of fatty acid chains. So instead of using glucose for energy, your body uses fat. It’s the same effect you would get if your body from extreme intermittent fasting.
First - Cardarine also enables your body to efficiently use oxygen stores in the muscle, improving your endurance and performance. In one study, mice who were given GW501516 were able to run twice as long and fast. There have been no studies on humans, but there are anecdotal evidence and testimonials. The bodybuilding and Crossfit community often talk about how they are able to train for longer periods, with just short rest periods in between.
Weightlifters say that they can do more sets with higher reps and still maintain slow, steady and deliberate form.
Second since Cardarine prompts the body to use fat instead of glucose for energy, GW501516 can help prevent or control Type 2 Diabetes and obesity.
Third Cardarine can help minimize damage to the liver. Since the body’s blood sugar levels are lower, Cardarine protects this vital organ from the bad effects of a diet with high levels of fructose and other sugars. One study on mice found that it actually improved non-alcoholic liver disorders. However, researchers say that very controlled short-term use of Cardarine proves to have the best effect on the liver.
SR9009 has been called “cardio in a pill”. Lots of studies, including those published in the Journal of Natural Medicine, show that it can help you lose weight and increase your stamina and endurance. That’s because SR9009 can improve your muscles’ metabolic activity, mimicking the effect if you had gone through an hour on the treadmill or a round of weights at the gym. It fools your body into thinking you’ve had a workout or heightens the effects of a real workout.
Amazingly, these benefits last for hours, so you enjoy a higher metabolism long after you’ve checked out of the gym. SR9009 improves your metabolic activity, so you enjoy better athletic performance and burn calories all throughout the day!
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