Performance Drugs & Steroids

Resources and information about performance drugs, including; steroids, hormones, pro-hormones and common auxiliary drugs used by bodybuilders and athletes.

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Dianabol cycle - the guide
Dianabol cycle - the guide
One of the most popular oral steroids available, Dianabol (also referred to commonly as "Dbol" or "Diana") has stood the test of ... Read
Anadrol cycle – the guide
Anadrol cycle – the guide
Being three times as anabolic as testosterone, having the ability to rapidly accelerate strength and users packing on up to two ... Read
IGF-1 for bodybuilders and athletes
IGF-1 for bodybuilders and athletes
IGF-1 – or insulin-like growth factor 1 to give it its full name – is an intriguing anabolic hormone that has proven ... Read
Sustanon 250 cycle – the guide
Sustanon 250 cycle – the guide
Produced by Organon, Sustanon 250 is a popular anabolic which contains a distinctive blend of four Testosterone esters, delivering... Read
Turinabol cycle – the guide
Turinabol cycle – the guide
Forever remembered as the drug of choice during the East German state-sponsored doping program, oral Turinabol is a unique steroid... Read
Testosterone cycle – the guide
Testosterone cycle – the guide
Testosterone - the daddy of all anabolic steroids, quite literally. Whilst other anabolic steroids are structurally akin and have ... Read
Halodrol cycle – the guide
Halodrol cycle – the guide
Halodrol is a steroid that shares many of the same traits as its cousin Turinabol - steady gains in lean muscle mass and enhanced ... Read
Ostarine (MK2866) cycle – the guide
Ostarine (MK2866) cycle – the guide
Belonging to the exciting class of drugs known as SARMs, Ostarine (MK2866) has proven itself to be an excellent choice for ... Read

Important information

Articles about performance enhancing drugs are for informational purposes only and are not intended to encourage or promote the use of such substances. These substances should only ever be used under the advice and supervision of a qualified and licensed physician.

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