As many of you know, SARMS can be useful in many different ways and provide a multitude of benefits. Keeping all of this into consideration, there is one method for SARMS usage that stands out above the rest and is the most optimal way to use them. This is the method known as “bridging”. If you are not familiar with bridging, it is the time period that you have in between cycles when your body is recovering. This is a vital time for anyone as it is a time when many athletes are trying to find that same drive that they have while on cycle. It is also a time where many find it hard to maintain the many gains they achieved on cycle. When off cycle, many will find they do not have the same amount of strength and energy as they did while on and it can cause mental strain , which leads to physical strain. The body has to have time off from cycles so this is an inevitable time period. This is a time when SARMS truly shine. SARMS are NOT anabolics and can and should be utilized in this time period. Not only can SARMS help you to maintain your gains, but they can polish them up and even add to them. SARMS are mildly suppressive at most and if the proper supports are rain in conjunction, the suppression may barely be noticeable. The recovery time when using SARMS is very quick and after a mini pct is completed, one can jump right into their next cycle without having any worry of not being in the proper condition both internally and externally. SARMS often provide the “ON” feeling that many have on cycle and can provide even more energy and many users have reported feeling even better on SARMS than on cycle. There are many different methods and cycle combinations that can be used with SARMS as a bridge. You can use them to add lean size, to recomp, to cut, etc. The beauty of SARMS is the versatility that they provide and the many options that you have with their use. The articles that I wrote on the SARMS triple stack give a full description on how to run them and the proper dosage. Although the triple stack is the most popular way to run them, any combination of them can be ran, dependent upon the goal or they can all be ran as a stand alone as well. SARMS have become extremely popular because of all of the qualities I have mentioned and continue to be utilized as a bridge in between cycles. Although there are many ways to run them, the most optimal way is the bridging method.
I am a firm believer in the benefits that SARMS offer. They can do and provide so much for both the mental and physical aspect of an athlete using them. I highly recommend giving this method a try and experiencing the wonderful benefits they provide.