Ostarine Popular with Alabama & Clemson NCAA Football Players.
It’s bowl season and we’ve recently found out that both Alabama & Clemson players have been dipping into the highly popular SARM called Ostarine. This was recently written about in the New York Times that starting left guard Deonte Brown (A potential first round pick in this year’s upcoming NFL Draft) and two other players have tested positive for osterine and will be suspended for the Orange bowl. In addition, the star defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence and two other players from Clemson had failed N.C.A.A. tests for performance-enhancing drugs (Ostarine) and will be suspended for the Cotton Bowl.
Ostarine is the trademarked name for a Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator (SARM). Research has shown that SARMs like ostarine have fewer androgenic properties, meaning they have less influence on the development and balance of male hormones, including testosterone. Early research has shown that they are not as strong as steroids, however they do seem to be the next best option for individuals looking for that competitive edge without taking the plunge into the steroid world. Ostarine is currently being investigated as a way to treat a variety of muscle wasting diseases, such as osteoporosis, cancer, and hypogonadism. SARMs are of interest to the medical community because they might be effective at treating different health conditions without resulting in the negative side effects of steroids.
At Canadian Anabolics, we find this information exciting as it shows that athletes looking to get an edge are turning to the SARM segment for that extra competitive edge. It might not be allowed in the NCAA under their drug testing protocol, however for everyone that isn’t being drug-tested, it’s a reassurance that the compound is actively being used by many looking to get a competitive advantage. It’s not every day that you can have proof that 6 players within the same timespan have been caught using the same compound. This leads us to believe that many more NCAA athletes are taking this substance and haven’t been caught. For the best ostarine in Canada, we recommend that you click here for the best place to by ostarine. (Make a Link that links to the ostarine page)
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