Almost everyone knows what steroids are, but most people haven’t heard of SARMS or peptides. SARMS, or Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators, are a rising trend in the gym community. The trend stems from the belief in the amount of muscle they grow in a short period of time, with the misconception of having fewer downsides than taking hard muscle-building drugs like “tren.”
SARMS works just like the name suggests, they are Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators. They Target certain Androgen Receptors causing your body to produce more muscle building Modulators.
Peptides, are like SARMS, but not quite as popular. Peptides is the growing trend in the gym community, but unlike SARMS or Anabolic steroids, Peptides are short chains of amino acids. They’re linked by peptide bonds, causing muscular health or some sort of Amino Acid change in the body.
However, SARMS and Peptides both have their own pros and cons.
SARMS are excellent muscle builders and appear to have fewer side effects than anabolic steroids. They have actually been known to fight certain cancer cells, and have even been used in experimental medicine practice for a possible cancer cure. SARMS are also cheaper than taking most anabolic steroids. Despite its positives, SARMS still has many side effects, and it is still a relatively new drug. Many of the long-term side effects are still unknown. SARMS are also illegal, so it may be hard to get them. Not only that, but they aren’t legal. They are not regulated so you can’t know what’s in them, and may have many unsafe chemicals.
Peptides have a broad range of helping agencies. This ranges from helping build muscles to even having a tanning agent. Peptides also have low and next to no side effects. The downs are that peptides are generally less effective than SARMS, and are very fragile and can be easily damaged.