oxymetholoneIt’s big, it’s bad, and it’s mean. It’s Oxymetholone (also known as Anadrol). This oral steroid is the king of all the oral steroids out there. The results you will see are as predictable as you can imagine. You’ll get mean in the gym. You’ll train with more anger and passion than ever before. At the end of the workout, you’ll collapse. Then you’ll pull yourself over to the buffet table, and scarf down a thousand calories of roast beef and gravy-soaked carbs. Then it’s home to tackle anything else life throws at you. Sounds like a pretty nice life, huh? It is ideally and truly what Oxymetholone delivers. You can’t use Oxymetholone long, as the negatives are just as pronounced as the positives, but you will definitely see some terrific results.

Oxymetholone has been around for 50 years now. The kings of 60s and 70s bodybuilding used to swear by it, popping handfuls of this oral agent then crushing weights for two straight hours on Muscle Beach while onlookers gawked with wide eyes amazement. The drug is only active in your body for eight hours, which means you’ll be looking at 6 to 8 weeks of thrice-daily doses of 25 to 50 mgs. The immediate results you see will be nothing short of mind boggling, particularly if these are among your first steroid experiences. Your red blood cell count will go thru the roof – meaning you will just get plain ol’ tough! You will just pull the protein grams from everything you eat. You can try up to 500 grams per day of protein from meat and whey sources, and you will use most of it.

At the same time, Oxymetholone has some of the roughest side effects you will see with anabolic steroids. Anyone who uses it for three straight months will need to have their liver enzymes checked for polyps or cancer – no joke! Cycles should be 6 weeks maximum, or 8 weeks with lower doses along the way. It’s always a good idea to have a blood panel taken before and after your cycle to determine if your body recovered well enough from the highly toxic workout you gave your liver during those weeks. If you carefully plan a quick bridging cycle using a PCT stack, you should be able to keep the bulk of the new muscle you gained. You will shed the water you’ve been holding, however, which will lead to a 5 to 7 pound drop on the scale in the first week. Never fear, you will keep the muscle mass you gained, provided your T levels return to normal. Rather, you just have to remember it’s water your are losing first (just as it was water that you gained first!)

Limit your Oxymetholone cycles to twice per year. Take 6 weeks off, then run a nice 12 week testosterone cycle. Or, keep Oxymetholone around as a two-week jolt to a testosterone cycle. Ignore the urge to keep using it – you have plenty of life remaining to test your Anadrol limits, as long as you use it wisely!

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