Masteron is injectable anabolic steroid that is injected into muscle tissue. The production of it started with the company called Syntex back in 1950’s. During 1970;s it was legally sold on the commercial markets. It wasn’t developed as a steroid that promotes growth of muscles and increases athletic performance.
It was a drug that was used during a breast cancer treatment.
It acted as an anti-estrogen that together with SERMS was used to help in treatments. It has been reported that woman’s estrogen levels would drop heavily. During that period people started realizing how they gained weight, strength and muscle mass. Since this is an anti-estrogen steroid, it doesnt convert to estrogen neither aromatize.
Throughout the masteron cycle you will experience the following benefits: Increased lean muscle mass, fat loss, lean dry physique, increased strength and improved energy and endurance. Bulk isn’t as impressive as with steroids like testosterone, trenbolone and winstrol. The reason is that Masteron doesn’t have bulking properties.
But you can expect lean muscle mass in a short period of time. Gains are different from person to person as they depend on an user itself but you can expect to gain at least 10 pounds at the end of the cycle. The times have changed as we can it on the people. They are not trying to get big-bulky appearance rather ripped and muscular physique. Those bulky steroids are often accompanied with estrogenic side effects such as water retention, gynecomastia and fat storage, but not Masteron.
During dieting and cutting, your caloric intake is significantly lower. You can probably relate to this, but when you don’t eat you feel exhaustion. This will affect your training sessions. Luckily, Masteron has an ability to increase your energy levels and endurance. Injectable steroids are mostly taken once a week. Beginner cycle is 200mg-300mg, intermediate is 300-500mg and advance is 400-600mg a week.
Masteron is accompanied with some side effects so be careful with your doses. You can experience hair loss, mood swings, suppression of testosterone production, risk of infections.