You’ve probably heard of tren, and you’ve probably heard of testosterone Enanthate – but have you ever heard of a product called Trenbolone Enanthate? Chances are low you ever have, or ever will. However, there is a chance that at some point in the future, as more laboratories are forced to deliver innovative products to an ever-shrinking market due to economical conditions, a time might come when Trenbolone Enanthate makes a return. Let’s answer some of the most commonly asked questions regarding this compound.
Q: First off, what in the world is Trenbolone Enanthate?
A: It’s actually an underground concoction. It combines the popular testosterone ester called Enanthate with the hugely popular parent drug, Trenbolone.
Q: Would I inject it twice weekly as with most AAS?
A: Actually, once-weekly shots are more than adequate for reaching peak sustained levels of each compound. It’s that slow!
Q: You used the word ‘inject’. Does this mean I can’t locate this in pill format?
A: Afraid not. If you could the tren would be way too hard on the liver anyway. Be a man, and get to know the needle.
Q: What kind of muscle gains can I expect?
A: If it’s your first cycle, they will be tremendous. If you’re a veteran of steroid use, they will be limited to ‘very good’. Your blood will retain more nitrogen. Your body will then use more of the protein from your diet. Red blood cell counts skyrocket. You will gain 10 to 20 pounds of muscle on your first 12-week cycle, without a doubt. Water retention will be relatively low at the same time, which means you may actually enjoy a new hardness to your physique.
Q: So is Trenbolone Enanthate good for bulking or leaning up?
A: Yes. Simply put, it is good for both purposes.
Q: Okay, it sounds great. What negative side effects should I expect?
A: It’s a powerful agent. Most users report some level of nausea or insomnia. Frequent sweating can occur. An odd cough is sometimes seen, a result of reduced effectiveness of the cardiovascular system.
Q: Is Trenbolone Enanthate useful for athletes as well as bodybuilders?
A: Despite its ability to improve strength and muscle performance, athletes tend to avoid the use of Trenbolone Enanthate. The aforementioned cough is a symptom of limited aerobic function, likely a result of constriction of the bronchial abilities. Simply put, it is harder to breathe when you use Trenbolone Enanthate.
Q: How long as Trenbolone Enanthate been around?
A: Trenbolone Enanthate just turned 20. Happy birthday, you mixed up steroid, you!
Q: Is Trenbolone Enanthate right for me?
A: If you’re a bodybuilder, and you have access to Trenbolone Enanthate, then this question is an easy one. Get the oil, locate some needles, order your PCT, and start shooting! The results will be insanely good, and the side effects will be minimal. If you’re a powerlifter, it’s probably a good compound, but may limit your endurance. If you compete in strongman competitions, it will probably hamper your effectiveness.