We're seeing them in the laboratory one minute, and they're hitting gyms the next. It's unreal.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 15, 2009
Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) represent an exciting new frontier in the pharmaceutical world, offering a viable alternative to anabolic steroids for a variety of applications such as hormone replacement therapy, osteoporosis, the treatment of benign prostate hypertrophy, and combating muscle wasting from a variety of diseases. They are already banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency and many others, in anticipation of their widespread abuse by athletes, yet the majority of athletes have never even heard of them, let alone used them. It is rumored that elite athletes are already taking advantage of SARMs, while the World Anti-Doping Agency, and others, scramble to find a working detection procedure.
According to studies, SARMs give similar benefits of testosterone, without the detrimental side effects. What makes SARMs even more appealing to athletes is the fact that SARMs are taken orally, as opposed to the traditional route of intramuscular injections as seen with most effective forms of testosterone. Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators have been studied for over a decade, but only in the last year have started attracting widespread attention.
Anthony Roberts, an author from SARMsInfo.com, said, "We've only scratched the surface of SARMs here..." He states there are several newly discovered SARMs on the market, and it could likely take years before they are fully researched and studied. "We're seeing them in the laboratory one minute, and they're hitting gyms the next. It's unreal."
"One thing is certain, we'll be the first to bring you the latest information."
http://www.SARMsInfo.com is a dynamic new website dedicated to exploring all aspects of these drugs, ranging from their medical uses and clinical research, to their use and abuse by athletes and bodybuilders, to the development of new doping protocols designed to detect their use in athletics. Roberts proclaims, "We not only want to be the first SARMs site on the internet, we want to remain the best for years to come."