Stanozolol is one of the few anabolic steroids female athletes can use with not only success but in an often highly well-tolerated manner. Standard Winstrol doses for almost any female athlete will fall in the 10mg per day range and while this may seem low, as women are more sensitive to the hormone it will provide the benefits they are after. Some women in physique sports will go as high as 20mg every day but this really opens the door to potential virilization effects and is not recommended. If 10mg per day is not enough to provide what you need the athlete might want to consider other steroids as part of a cycle or stack; other solid options for the female performance athlete often include Anavar , Primobolan Depot and many of the SERMs and thyroid hormones as well as HGH .
I’m 35, 6′ and 210 lbs. started really training at 25 weighing 158lbs. I’ll be honest my diet has only ever been great for a short time. I understand the importance of proper nutrition. I’ve always loved being a natural athlete but I’m 35 now and It’s time to consider some alternatives. I’m looking to get in the best shape of my life but I also have no plans on competing in bodybuilding. The gym will always be a part of my life. So if I choose to go this route I doubt there will ever be any turning back. My questions for you…what do you recommend for my first cycle? I’m not looking to get huge over time. And what do you recommend if I choose to continue to cycle in the future? I’m looking to get and maintain a solid aesthetic physique and grow gradually over time and stay as healthy as possible.
Estrogen, which is the main enemy of breast cancer patients, is curbed through SERM and AI. Master also shares these characteristics and is capable of preventing estrogen buildup in the body. As DHT derivative, it does not allow aromatization and displays strong anti-aromatase properties. For this reason, Masteron has been used in combination with other drugs to treat breast cancer patients. The role of Masteron then was to block the amount of estrogens in the body while other drugs, such as Tamoxifen-citrate were used to block the binding of estrogen at the breast receptors. Today, many other more powerful aromatase inhibitors have replaced this breast cancer treatment to achieve even greater success in the fight against breast cancer.