Women with fewer circulating androgen receptor sites than men are likely to be influenced to a greater extent than men by anabolic steroid administration. There are enough books and journal articles listing- side effects of steroids, and whether they do in fact work. It is known in the circles of the users and those who observe bodybuilding that anabolic/androgenic steroids do increase muscle mass and strength with intense weight training. ) Let’s explore the alternatives that have been reported to assist the body in growth and repair without the side-effects of many steroids.
Does the fact that I cannot intake any whey protein mean that I may be stuck at this slower gain rate period? Is there a type of protein I should be focusing on because of my odd situation? Any insight you may be able to give on this would be amazing. I really have never met anyone in the same boat as I am, and whenever an athlete or lifter find out my situation they just apologize over and over lol. I know they mean well but I don’t need condolences and sorry’s; I just need solutions and options haha. I know what I am doing is working, however, I would just like to optimize and maximize my potential.
There is no doubt about it, amino acids are very important; without every last amino acid needed we cannot gain the muscle tissue we desire simply because the synthesizing of our protein will not be adequate if we fail to receive the needed amount of amino acids. Further, in order to understand the importance of protein fully, how it aides us in our physical pursuits, we must understand first amino acids equally. When we understand something in a fuller way we are able to implement its benefits to the fullest extent and maximizing our knowledge, regardless of the pursuit is always the number one name of the game.