RAD140 is one of our favorite SARMS. Almost a staple in our fitness regimes ever since we quit using gear, 6 to 8 years ago. A lot has changed in the world of SARMS since then. Newer, fancier compounds have arrived with the promise of better results in shorter time frames.
But RAD140 continues to be one of the most widely used SARMS along with LGD 4033.
What gives? What is the reason for the ongoing appeal of Testolone at a time when we drop compounds like a bad habit as soon as a new one arrives on the shelves?
Let’s find out.
The Ultimate Strength Booster
RAD140 is known mainly for the dramatic strength gains that it gives you. You will cruise through plateaus, set new 1RM records and will be able to continue lifting even after you have just crushed your last set.
The motivation that this gives you is insane. We remember feeling like shit during our healing PCT after years of Blasting and Cruising. When we healed completely and were struggling to lift like earlier, this stuff gave us wings.
The strength gains and the aggression were almost comparable to gear. We had a very Deca and Tren cycle like the feeling when we were on Testolone.
The Most Effective Muscle Growth Stimulant
It was originally discovered as a potential treatment for muscle wasting. You need to note that clinical observation of rad 140 before and after proved that it helped the subjects increase their lean muscle mass by 10% in just 28-days. Anecdotal reviews claim that users can gain an average of 6-8 lbs. of lean, dry muscle mass in six months with two RAD140 cycles. That’s pure, keepable gains. You might gain a lot more in the form of glycogen and water in the initial stages. But as the body drops it, you will be left with lean muscle.
How to run a RAD140 Cycle
Like most other SARMS, finding the ideal RAD140 dose for you will require some dialing in. Start low and then gradually up it to 30mg/day.
It has a half-life of 36 hours which means that you can do with one single dose or divided doses in 24-hours. The ideal cycle length varies between 10-12 weeks. If you stick to a low dose, you can continue for 12-weeks without experiencing suppression.
But if you are using 20-30mg/day, we recommend that you do not exceed 10-weeks as this is when the suppression hits you hard. By week 11, you will be struggling to haul yourself out of bed, let alone go to the gym and lift.
This is the time when you should be thinking of a PCT if your bloodwork demands it.