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Cardarine is much like its big brother SR9009 in it is often mislabelled as a “SARM” when it is in fact a PPAR modulator but like the rest of the SARM family it looks to exploit a legal loophole by being sold as a research chemical “NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION” so is often misinterpreted as belonging to the SARM family!
Cardarine seemingly made it big time in 2019 when the much anticipated bout between Anthony Joshua and Jarrell Miller was cancelled due to Miller failing a million different drug tests for a host of different banned substances but most notably GW501516 (cardarine). Miller having tested positive for the substance not only raised many eyebrows but to those in the PED community also offered a considerable explanation for the sheer volume of punches Miller was renown for throwing within his fights as he was by no means a small agile fighter weighing in at over 22 stone!
Cardarine was nicknamed Endurabol and with good reason as it has shown in numerous different studies to activate the PPAR-delta which is associated with increased energy, fat burning, muscle building, and endurance and decreased lipids in the blood. Cardarine binds to and activates the peroxisome proliferator activator receptor delta (PPAR-delta). A lot of PPAR-delta is in the muscles, and it activates many genes important for energy use which results in a substantial increase in an induvial’s capacity to perform longer bouts of exercise at a significantly harder intensity. Hence it is not hard to see why a 22 stone heavyweight who is about to step into the ring with the heavyweight champion of the world may be inclined to test their luck and take the risk of supplementing cardarine in order to significantly increase not only his punch capacity but also his punch power as he will be able to maintain the levels of muscle force generation and exertion for significantly longer periods of time!
There is a little cause for concern however as despite the drug making it to phase 2 of clinical trials for studies relating to obesity, diabetes, dyslipidemia and cardiovascular disease, it was abandoned by the funding pharmasuitcal company GSK from any further development in 2007 because the company had later reported that animal testing showed that the drug caused cancer to develop rapidly in several organs, at dosages of 3 mg/kg/day in both mice and rats.
However these claims havent stopped those looking to gain a competative edge from getting online and purchasing some of that “research chemical” which is sold as “not for human consumption” because despite the allarming concerns of the dreaded “C” word the stuff realy does work when it comes to increasing the uptake of oxygen within the skeletal muscle and enabling the athlete to train longer and harder than ever before!!!
As always if you are looking to purchase any SARMS you should always seek the most reputable source as underground labs can often throw in anything that will invoke similar phsyological adaptations and thats never realy a good or fun idea as you may get the wrong impression and just waste your money!!!
we advise finding the most known retailer online and sourcing from them as the likelihood of the product being legiemate is far greater then some random shop on the high street or your friends sisters boyfriends cousin who just happens to be able to get that and anything else you ever want!
Companies like predator Nutrition stock SARMS and you can see them via the link below!
Exercise Physiology Bsc Graduate, Masters Degree in leadership & Management Graduate and currently a final Year PhD Student. Passionate about Politics, Social Mobility & somewhat of a fitness fanatic!! If my head isn’t in a book it’s usually under a bar.