Controversy Over Powerful New Muscle-Building Compound

The Next Generation of Steroid Precursors Are Here – And They’re Helping Men Rapidly Slash Pounds of Stubborn Belly Fat & Pack On Slabs of Lean Muscle Mass Faster Than Ever. But GNC & Amazon Won’t Allow Them. Here’s What You Need to Know & How To Get Them…

With new prohormone laws recently enacted banning the most powerful steroid-mimicking compounds, athletes and fitness buffs are now faced with the reality of using only “average-acting” protein powders, creatine esters and caffeine-loaded pre-workout concoctions.

And yes, over time, these over-the-counter supplements will yield some nice gains in muscle size and strength. However, just “nice gains” (5-6 pounds of muscle per year) isn’t really that appealing to a market of serious lifters who are accustomed to gaining this much muscle in a few weeks taking powerful steroid precursors.

Recognizing this void in the current market, a fast-growing Silicon Valley sports nutrition startup has released what’s been described by Men’s Health magazine as an “extremely potent” anabolic alternative called Adaptophen.

So, how is this company, TeamANR, able to come out with an effective steroid alternative when no other company can? Long story short, it’s because they don’t tailor their products to be sold in GNC, which would mean “watering down our products with weak, ineffective ingredients,” says company CEO Dan Landow, M.S., CSCS.

Another reason why Adaptophen is an online worldwide bestseller: Studies show it boosts total and free testosterone levels in men and does not aromatize and convert to estrogen like the majority of testosterone-based synthetic steroids and even many prohormone supplements like Androstenedione do.

“GNC doesn’t allow a lot of the ingredients we include in Adaptophen because most of GNC’s customers are high school kids, so the products they sell need to be pretty watered down to the point where they’re suitable for sale to teenagers,” says Landow. “They don’t want controversy, so they only sell the basics like protein powders, creatine, vitamins and minerals. We don’t water down our products so that they can be sold in GNC, Walmart or on Amazon,” says Landow.

One such compound not allowed by most retailers but included in Adaptophen is Deer Antler Velvet, a steroid precursor first discovered by Soviet scientists in the 1980s. They tested the effects of Deer Antler Velvet on the performance of elite Russian athletes, and the results showed it helped increase muscle strength and mass, while speeding their recovery time from exercise, by naturally increasing levels of IGF-1 and free testosterone. “The Soviet scientists claimed the increases in strength helped the Russian athletes shatter new strength records at the 1984 and 1988 Olympics,” says Landow.

NPC natural bodybuilder Clay Sullivan of Boston, MA, says Adaptophen helped him add 45 pounds to his bench press and 90 pounds to his max squat in 6 weeks.

More recently, researchers at the University of New Brunswick in Canada tested the effects of Deer Antler Velvet in 38 weight-training men and found that those who took the compound for 10 weeks had significantly greater increases in leg strength and endurance than men who took a placebo.

Adaptophen also contains several other potent steroid precursors including Tongkat Ali, which stimulates the release of free testosterone from its binding proteins and improves overall testosterone profiles. Human supplementation trials show a clear indication of reduced fatigue, heightened energy and mood, and enhanced lean muscle mass and fat loss in subjects consuming Tongkat Ali.

In a recent study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, stress hormone profile (salivary cortisol and testosterone) was significantly improved by Tongkat Ali supplementation, with reduced cortisol exposure (-6%) and increased free testosterone status (+37%).

Tongkat Ali, the powerful natural testosterone booster found in Adaptophen, was recently featured on America’s #1 podcast The Joe Rogan Experience.

“The result is a natural product that mimics the anabolic/anti-catabolic effects of the popular European steroid Masteron, famous as a ‘pre-contest’ anabolic due to its ability to not only stimulate testosterone but also block cortisol and estrogen, which in turn makes bodybuilders who take it ‘lean out’ with incredible muscle density and hardness,” says Landow.

We recently spoke with several natural lifters at “The Mecca of Bodybuilding,” Gold’s Gym Venice Beach (where Arnold Schwarzenegger still trains) who swear by the supplement, with users claiming 10-or-more-pound increases in lean muscle mass during their first 4-week cycle: A significant amount of muscle considering Adaptophen is legal and does not require a prescription in the U.S.

“Besides the gains in muscle size and strength, I’ve also experienced a significant increase in my Vo2 Max and overall aerobic endurance using Adaptophen,” says Sullivan.

Another reason why Adaptophen is an online worldwide bestseller: It does not aromatize and convert to estrogen like the majority of testosterone-based synthetic steroids and even many prohormone supplements like Andro do.

And the end result is a very tight, lean physique due to little to no water retention. “Adaptophen also doesn’t suppress natural testosterone production like synthetics,” says Landow. “In fact, according to a new study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, it actually increases free testosterone levels, which gives the user an aggressive, take charge attitude in the gym.”

Landow says users of Adaptophen can expect big strength gains as well with their bench, squat, curls and presses increasing dramatically in poundage. Adaptophen is not sold in stores but can be purchased at a few select gyms across the U.S. for an MSRP of $49.95 per bottle. For Sports Nutrition Journal readers, however, the company is offering Adaptophen for just $37 online for a very limited time. But hurry, due to recent publicity on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, bottles are selling as fast as they can manufacture them. Click here to see if supplies are still available.

Representations regarding the efficacy and safety of C9-T11 have not been scientifically substantiated or evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Click here and here to find evidence of a test, analysis, research, or study describing the benefits, performance or efficacy of C9-T11 based on the expertise of relevant professionals.”


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