There has always been this fascination for Human Growth Hormone (HGH), especially among people like bodybuilders, pro-athletes, celebrities, and anti-aging advocates. Often called a “fountain of youth,” this wonder drug has gotten attention for its amazing ability to cut fat, build muscle mass, increase endurance, and speed up recovery. Oh yes, it’s also been shown to improve your mood, your sleep, your skin tone, and your sex drive.
However, HGH can cost a pretty penny and it isn’t something you can just walk into a doctor’s office and ask for. A round of HGH injections may run well into the thousands of dollars, and it can be tough to wrangle without a prescription. That’s why HGH has earned a reputation as a sort of novelty drug, reserved for the affluent and elite in the bodybuilding circle.
Bodybuilding can be a damn expensive sport. Bodybuilding encompasses more than just pumping iron – there’s food, supplementation, gym membership fees, and competition-related expenses to build into your budget. Add in the occasional chiropractic care, deep tissue massage, and physical therapy sessions and you could end up busting your wallet! Unless you’ve got the dough to burn you’ll probably end up among the vast majority who never come near their targeted level of physical perfection.
MYOTROPIN vs. GH Peptides
Despite their steep price, growth hormones are still highly coveted among competitive bodybuilders. In fact, GH is considered the critical factor in advancing the quest for a top-level bodybuilding physique. A GH alternative that could deliver similar results without the wallet-busting price tag would be incredibly welcome in the bodybuilding arena.
Growth hormone releasing agents have the potential to emulate exogenous GH, although not in very large doses yet. However, clinical runs have demonstrated that IGF-1 levels (the most accurate measure for GH levels in the human body) can reach the equivalent of at least an 8-i.u. daily GH dose with the right compounds and dosages. The best part is, these outcomes came at a drastically lower cost than traditional exogenous growth hormones.
A vast array of GH elevating compounds are available these days, but MYOTROPIN (also known as MK-677) has an edge over the rest. Before we go into the details that set MYOTROPIN apart, though, let’s get a clear understanding of what it is.
MYOTROPIN is technically classified as a Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator (SARM), rather than a Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide (GHRP). It’s important to understand that the functions of SARMs go beyond anabolic mimetics, like those demonstrated by MYOTEST. SARMs bring about other benefits that are valuable to bodybuilding such as fat loss (MYOBURN), increased muscle mass (MYOTEST), and GH elevation (MYOTROPIN).
The fact that MYOTROPIN can be administered orally is its biggest advantage over GH peptides. While most of those who regularly use anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) and other bodybuilding compounds have grown accustomed to injections, taking a drug by mouth is definitely more convenient than getting pricked. For anyone with an aversion for needles, MYOTROPIN could be the best thing since sliced bread.
Because of its sustained release and prolonged active life, MYOTROPIN only needs to be taken once daily. That’s a huge leap compared to most GH peptides (with the exception of CJC-1295 DAC), which have to be dosed 3-5 times each day to keep GH levels elevated for a significant period. No doubt short-duration GH peptides are equally as effective, but multiple-dosing can get convoluted even for the hardcore bodybuilder. Some compounds need extra attention when timed around meals, as elevated blood glucose levels can diminish the potency of certain GH peptides. There’s no need for extra dosing with MYOTROPIN, as a single daily dose delivers everything you need to achieve maximum results.
MYOTROPIN and Cortisol/Prolactin Levels:
Those who have used GH peptides know that cortisol and prolactin levels can increase with their use. Neither of these is desirable but, in all fairness, the impact is quite minimal – only two GH peptides trigger elevations outside the normal range. Still, it’s better for cortisol and prolactin not to increase at all, even if the elevation would have fallen within acceptable benchmarks.
An initial reaction to MYOTROPIN will cause a slight elevation in both cortisol and prolactin levels during the first week of treatment. However, levels remain within the normal range and should revert to baseline after a week’s use. If we’re looking at unsolicited hormonal manipulation, MYOTROPIN makes a more proficient GH releasing agent than most GH peptides, with the exception of Ipamorelin.
Another noteworthy benefit of most GH peptides is their ability to stimulate appetite. As ghrelin mimetics (GH secretagogues), compounds like GHRP-2 and GHRP-6 normally increase the feeling of hunger in most individuals. MYOTROPIN also has a profound impact on appetite shortly after being administered but, unlike with GH peptides, the effect has been observed to last longer – generally 12-24 hours.
MYOTROPIN and IGF-1 Levels + More:
As bodybuilders fine-tune their muscle-building protocols, they often give too much focus to IGF-1 levels in the bloodstream while paying very little attention to factors that influence IGF-1’s capacity to do its job. One of the most overlooked factors is IGF-1 Binding Protein 3, or simply IGFBP-3. Low dosing of 5mg of MYOTROPIN a day will not have an impact on IGFBP-3 levels, but a normal dose of 25mg/day will.
If you’re familiar with the use of GH, you might worry about this because of common misconceptions about the role of sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) in testosterone metabolism. In fact, elevations in both IGFBP-3 and SHBG are actually beneficial.
For reference, let’s take a look at testosterone. Testosterone prevails in two forms once it enters your bloodstream: a free state or a bound state. “Free testosterone” retains its properties and circulates in your bloodstream as-is, while “bound testosterone” binds with SHBG. A few decades back, everyone – including the medical community – thought bound testosterone was unusable since it was held hostage by SHBG. They thought free testosterone was all that mattered. Now, thanks to extensive studies and research, we know that SHBG isn’t a bad guy after all. In fact, SHBG works as a protein transporter, guiding testosterone to receptor sites where it can perform its functions and deliver its benefits.
Similarly, IGFBP-3 works as the primary transporter of IGF-1. It also helps prolong the life of IGF-1 inside your body. It follows that the more IGFBP-3 there is, the better the situation. Besides ramping up growth hormone and IGF-1 levels, MYOTROPIN also increases IGFBP-3 to further enhance the benefits of IGF-1 for muscle growth and development.
MYOTROPIN and Sleep Issues:
MYOTROPIN can help induce sleep and improve sleep quality for people who have trouble falling asleep at night or getting a good night’s rest. The most notable observations were a 50% increase in the amount of time spent in Stage IV sleep, and an increase of 20% in REM sleep.
The many benefits of MYOTROPIN are comparable to those of growth hormones, but without the wallet-busting price tag. This could be why its popularity has ballooned over the past year. Those who don’t want to pay through the nose or gamble with black-market GH will find that MYOTROPIN is the perfect alternative to steeply-priced growth hormones.
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