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Sarms for a sprinter?

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Hey, I was looking up the best Sarms for a sprinter and most of the time I see Cardarine recommended. I was curious if that would hinder a sprinter due to the fact that the fast muscle fibers change to slow muscle fibers?
 
I mean I’ve used cardarine and sr9009 for cardio for years and all my cardio is sprint, jog, sprint, jog and has helped tremendously.

Now for an actual sprinter I dunno but I would assume it would be beneficial.
 
Hey, I was looking up the best Sarms for a sprinter and most of the time I see Cardarine recommended. I was curious if that would hinder a sprinter due to the fact that the fast muscle fibers change to slow muscle fibers?

For sprinting, best sarms are cardarine gw 20mgs/day, followed by stenabolic sr9009 around 20mgs or so. I would add some cardazol before you sprint, try 2-3 caps and you'll see a huge synergy with the gw.
 
gw is all about endurance, which is not the primary thing you are looking for as a sprinter but its absolutely something that is beneficial... a stack of gw, sr9909 and rad140 would be great for a sprinter... rad does not the credit it deserves for its benefits on endurance as well...
 
Hey, I was looking up the best Sarms for a sprinter and most of the time I see Cardarine recommended. I was curious if that would hinder a sprinter due to the fact that the fast muscle fibers change to slow muscle fibers?


they actually did an autopsy on sprinters vs. long distance runners and found the difference in muscle fibers in both their bodies which is really cool. but that is due to genetics and HOW THEY TRAINED for years and years.

cardarine won't change your muscle fibers man
 
they actually did an autopsy on sprinters vs. long distance runners and found the difference in muscle fibers in both their bodies which is really cool. but that is due to genetics and HOW THEY TRAINED for years and years.

cardarine won't change your muscle fibers man



Ive seen some videos and articles showing studies of how “ In studies using both trained and untrained mice, cardarine caused fast twitch muscle fibers to convert to slow twitch fibers. The latter use oxygen for ATP energy, and are less susceptible to fatigue”. That’s why I was curious to hear from other people because I know a lot of time people recommended Cardarine for sprinters but in my opinion it would do more harm then good if it converts their fast twitch fibers.
 
Sprinting is mostly anaerobic not aerobic. Lots of short interval stuff (100-200m) with the odd 400m runs. Heck, you can (if a top athlete), barely need to take a breath doing a 100m (at a guess 4-10 breaths). Ergo you do not really need a product like GW. Look at what the guys that got tested and caught were taking for an idea of what's needed. Hence Stenabolic etc vs GW.
 
Ive seen some videos and articles showing studies of how “ In studies using both trained and untrained mice, cardarine caused fast twitch muscle fibers to convert to slow twitch fibers. The latter use oxygen for ATP energy, and are less susceptible to fatigue”. That’s why I was curious to hear from other people because I know a lot of time people recommended Cardarine for sprinters but in my opinion it would do more harm then good if it converts their fast twitch fibers.

that is pretty cool stuff. i would say cardarine improves everything on all ends, try it yourself and let us know
 
Hey, I was looking up the best Sarms for a sprinter and most of the time I see Cardarine recommended. I was curious if that would hinder a sprinter due to the fact that the fast muscle fibers change to slow muscle fibers?
As far as SARMs, GW and SR9009 will definitely help.

If you want to try AAS, try Test-P and T-Bol. This cycle helped drop my 100m time from a 10.55 to a 10.20 in the course of one track season.
 
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