RAD 140, more popularly known as Testolone is one of the best SARMs for dry muscle gains out there.
RAD140 is one of the newest SARMS, and its objective is to give a blast of testosterone without the negative side effects associated to steroid use. Hence the reason why it is an alternative to testosterone replacement therapy. Specifically, it has been shown to interact with hormonal receptors in the tissues in the same way as a large doses of testosterone do. Furthermore, it also exhibited a greater anabolic effect than testosterone, and a more reinforced effect as well.
There are several groups of individuals who can benefit from Testolone (RAD140) use.
1. Those who have low testosterone because of health issues, or prior abuse of anabolic steroids.
2. Bodybuilders who want to bridge between steroid cycles. Imagine being able to use testosterone in between your existing anabolic steroid cycles without worrying about suppression and damaging your HPTA. This will allow you to keep more strength and muscle off cycle then you ever have before.
3. Those who want to use a performance enhancing drug, but are concerned with the possible side effects. In such situation, one could cycle RAD140 instead of anabolic steroids and not worry about shutdown or the negative health effects caused by steroids.
4. Those sensitive to gynecomastia. RAD140 is like using testosterone, but without the risk of estrogenic side effects because it does not aromatize into estrogen. Therefore, if a testosterone base is needed during a cycle, RAD140 can be used without fear of getting bitch tits or bloating.
Due to the fact that Testolone (RAD140) is so new and is still in Phase 1 of trials, studies on this SARM are few. However, so far it has been shown to increase endurance, stamina, and speed during an athlete?s training. Obviously, it is capable of increasing strength and muscle volume in a much shorter time, especially in those who are deficient in the male hormone testosterone. Moreover, RAD140 has anti-catabolic properties, so it will be a great help at preventing muscle wasting problems.
Up to the date, RAD140 did not show any side effects in studies. This means that there is no need to be concerned about estrogen, progesterone, or prolactin related side effects. Additionally, suppression has been shown to be minimal compared to testosterone. However, keep in mind that this is a very new drug, and it is wise to keep an eye on user results over the next year or two.
From numerous research results, we know that the half-life of Testolone is 24 hours.
This means that we should take a dosage of RAD140 once every 24 hours to keep the levels of the compound in our body optimal. If we do this, we will make sure that Testolone will work at full capacity throughout the cycle and this means great results.
RAD140 dosage and cycle length
We recommend a dosage between 5 mg to 30 mg per day for an 8-week cycle. Clinical studies have shown, that a 5mg dose is 80-90% as effective as the 30 mg dose is. This means that if you take 10 mg a day you will see great results and have literally no side effects, assuming you have real RAD140.
In our in-depth RAD 140 dosage guide we go over the best and safest cutting and bulking Testolone dosages as well as the dosages used in human trials. If you?re interested in that, please go check it out.
I also recommend that you don?t cycle over 10-weeks, this is just so you can get away with not using a PCT. If you use 5 mg for 8-weeks you definitely won?t need one.
A lot of people think RAD140 requires a PCT. The truth is, PCT (Post Cycle Therapy) can have serious side effects on its own so it is a lot better to just recover naturally in a few weeks. Testolone will definitely suppress you to some extent but it is really not that bad to require a PCT as S23 does.
If you have real, high-quality Testolone, you 100% won?t need a PCT and will recover your Testosterone production in a few weeks after the cycle.
Stick to normal dosages and normal cycle length as well as make sure that you have real, high-quality RAD140 and you 100% won?t need to do a PCT.