OXANDROLONE • ANAVAR

ANAVAR

Anavar is a must-have to Warriors who are serious about building muscles. It is 3-6 times stronger than testosterone.

Anavar, which comes from the chemical Oxandrolone, is a particularly popular anabolic steroid among performance-enhancing athletes. This is because of its incredible muscle-building capabilities.  While mild on its surface, its anabolic rating is 322-630, while testosterone carries a rating of 100. Anavar is also well-known for increasing red blood cells, which enhances muscular and cardiovascular endurance.

Anavar’s anabolic power will strongly translate in a cutting cycle, or for direct athletic enhancement. Due to its low androgenicity, it’s one of the friendliest steroids for the female warriors.

Anar’s ability to improve nitrogen retention in the muscle is one of its most remarkable traits. It  decreases SHBG, and inhibit glucocorticoid hormones. The increase in nitrogen retention will promote the anabolic atmosphere, as reduced levels often lead to a catabolic state.

The decrease in SHBG will increase the level of free testosterone in the body, not only providing more of an anabolic punch, but promoting an unbound state of all circulating anabolic steroids, making a huge positive impact of their effectiveness. Regulation of glucocorticoid hormones will help prevent muscle wasting and weight gain.

Anavar is actually one of the only true fat burning steroids. Most anabolic steroids will enhance the metabolic rate, which will promote fat loss, but Anavar has been shown to directly promote lipolysis. Many attribute this to its ability to firmly bind to the androgen receptor, as well as in its ability to reduce thyroid-binding globulin. It also increases thyroxine-binding prealbumin, as well. The fat burning results of Anavar are not entirely conclusive. However, most data strongly supports that Oxandrolone hormone is a strong promoter of lipolysis.

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