If you are here, chances are that you have an interest in building or enhancing your physique. Therefore, there is a chance that you have heard of Testosterone, specifically Testosterone Cypionate (Test C, or Test Cyp). So what is Testosterone Cypionate? Test Cypionate is the most common anabolic hormone out there. It is an injectable steroid, and a prescription medication that treats hypogonadism (low testosterone production). Test Cypionate is one of the best mass building anabolic known to man and is highly recommended as the basis of nearly any mass building cycle.
When you are on a cycle and taking synthetic testosterone and other androgens, your body shuts off its ability to produce testosterone naturally. That is where hCG comes in. hCG, Human chorionic gonadotropin, is a hormone that is produced in the female body during pregnancy. Accidentally, in the male body, hCG can treat hypogonadism, by stimulating the body to start producing natural testosterone again. 
So, you want to be the best? The biggest? The baddest? You want to be a freak? You want people to stare and think how TF is this guy so big? You want women to drop to their knees? 
 
Let’s be honest with ourselves then. You didn’t get where you are today on genetics alone. Those other dudes at the gym, the bodybuilding champions, or the guys in the magazines didn’t get there on their genetics either. In order to become the best, biggest, baddest freak you need to put everything aside and WORK FOR IT. And when you think you’re working hard, WORK HARDER. The expectations you put on yourself? They’re not big enough to become what you want to be. 

Spend time at the gym and talking to other gym rats long enough, and you’re bound to hear about Clen. Clen, which is short for Clenbuterol, is a popular drug made to treat asthma and Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) but is commonly used in the bodybuilding world as a powerful fat burner. 

New research has shown that certain gut bacteria can play a significant role in the accumulation of visceral fat (aka belly fat, or the hidden fat which surrounds your organs like the liver and intestines). The bacteria in your gut help you digest food, and specific diet nutrients and gut bacteria affect the accumulation of fat in different ways. For example, protein and cholesterol were shown to be associated with increased visceral fat, however, Fiber, Magnesium and Vitamin E tend to be linked with lower visceral fat. Essentially, the food you eat can influence which microbes stay in your gut, which in turn can have an effect on how much visceral fat you have.

Testosterone Propionate, often called Test P or Test Prop, is an anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS) which is often used for muscle mass building, often used in bulking cycles. Originally Test Prop was intended for treatment of androgen deficiency from hypogonadism or andropause. Nowadays it is used intramuscularly in heifer cows who are candidates for masculinization, particularly to increase sexual aggressiveness. In humans, it is often used by bodybuilders to increase muscle mass. 

With summer coming just around the corner, bodybuilders, gym rats, and even the average person is trying to get in their best shape – and for most, that means dialing in to lose a few extra pounds. Most people have attempted to intentionally lose weight and go on a diet for some period. After reaching that goal, whether it be a major weight loss or just a minor tune up, you may be asking yourself, what next?

Anavar (Oxandrolone) and Winstrol (Stanozolol) are oral steroids, and of which Winstrol can also be found in injectable form. Bodybuilders often have a hard time choosing between the two because they are so similar. To help you make the best choice for yourself, we will review the differences and key features of each. 

If you’re into the bodybuilding world, you have probably heard about the use of Growth Hormone (GH, or Human Growth Hormone-HGH). Also known as the fountain of youth, growth hormone affects your overall health, longevity, looks, physique, memory, and concentration. HGH can also preserve telomere length, which increases your lifespan! But did you know how growth hormone affects sleep? We are going to go into specifics about the role sleep plays in growth hormone secretion and athletic performance. 

In some areas, access to regular gyms can still be extremely limited. Perhaps you’ve started working out at home or in a smaller environment to keep up with your goals. But are your workouts as effective as they can be? Have you been only maintaining or even losing some lean muscle mass? Here are a few techniques you can incorporate to maximize and maintain your gains- even when you don’t have access to the gym. You can incorporate these methods using only bodyweight (yes, it is possible to maintain muscle with bodyweight exercises if you do it correctly and with intention), bands, or any weights you do have access to.