Is SR9009 orally available or does it need to be injected? This exclusive report examines the research available on Stenabolic and it’s bioavailability. Does it really need to be injected to work correctly?
SR 9009 - Stenabolic
Stenabolic is not a SARM, but rather a Rev-ErbA agonist. It is best known for its effects on mitochondria, which produces an increase of aerobic capacity. There is a debate among users about whether or not Stenabolic is able to be absorbed by the body when taken orally, with some people reporting positive results and others claiming no effects.
You can all of my published articles regarding SR9009, including the beginners guide below.
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The easiest way to obtain a polished, hard physique is to lose body fat. Two popular options in the hardcore fitness community are SR9009 and Cardarine. But which one is better? This post will explain.
SR9009, otherwise known as “Stenabolic,” is not a SARM; it’s a Rev-erb-α agonist. Professor Thomas Burris from the Scripps Research Institute developed the compound to treat patients suffering from the effects of metabolic diseases, such as muscle-wasting and cardiovascular problems. SR9009 is an “exercise mimetic,” activating ‘Rev-erb-α,’ proteins (1) that
Everyone wants to be the best they can be in everything they do. Sometimes, you simply run out of energy and endurance to accomplish your goals. When this happens, what do you do? Many people are starting to turn to SARMs to help give them the extra boost they need