Injectable Winstrol is a synthetic anabolic steroid that is derived from dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Its active ingredient is stanozolol, which is a derivative of DHT with modifications that enhance its anabolic (muscle-building) properties while reducing its androgenic effects.
Injectable Winstrol is commonly used by bodybuilders and athletes to enhance their performance and to build muscle mass.
NOTE: Winstrol has just one advantage over the oral Winstrol by Apoxar, it has no adverse effects on the liver. It’s still far less popular than the oral version.
Injectable Winstrol is believed to increase protein synthesis and reduce muscle breakdown, leading to increased muscle mass and strength. It also:
- May also reduce muscle breakdown, helping to preserve existing muscle tissue during periods of intense training or calorie restriction;
- Provides a lean and hard look to the muscles, a highly desired and rare effect, unachievable with most other AAS;
- Can stimulate erythropoiesis, leading to an increase in red blood cells, which may enhance endurance and performance during intense workouts;
- Unlike some other anabolic steroids, injectable Winstrol is not known to cause significant water retention, which can make it easier to maintain a lean appearance.
It should be noted, however, that the use of injectable Winstrol comes with potential risks and side effects, including cardiovascular complications. Therefore, it should only be used by experienced athletes.
Apoxar Winstrol is a versatile steroid that can be effectively combined with other compounds to achieve specific bodybuilding goals. Here are some things to keep in mind when planning your Winstrol cycle:
For those looking to build muscle mass, Winstrol can be combined with powerful androgens such as Oxymetholone, Methandrostenolone, or testosterone. This combination increases anabolic activity while reducing the estrogenic effect of other steroids, helping to balance the combined cycle.
Aromatase Inhibitors and PCT
Adding aromatase inhibitors to your cycle and using Tamoxifen and Clomid during post-cycle therapy (PCT) can help reduce the likelihood of adverse reactions and support the body's natural recovery process.
Winstrol and Testosterone
Experienced athletes often combine Winstrol with Testosterone to reduce the likelihood of adverse reactions and to minimize the negative effects of excessive joint drying. Testosterone helps preserve the body's moisture to avoid drying out the articular bags, while boosting the efficiency of Winstrol.
There are several different cycle options available when using Winstrol.
One popular cycle combines 40 mg of Winstrol with 50 mg of testosterone propionate daily, with injections done at 100 mg once every two days.
Another option is to combine 200 mg of deca with 40 mg of Winstrol injected daily.
Finally, for those looking to cut weight or improve muscle definition, a cycle of 40 mg of Winstrol and 50 mg of Oxymetholone daily can be effective, but should not exceed 4-6 weeks.
Winstrol was first developed in the late 1950s by Winthrop Laboratories, and was approved by the FDA for medical use in 1962.
WInny, as it is commonly referred to, was used by many famous bodybuilders, including Arnold Schwarzenegger, who reportedly used it during his competition days in the 1970s.
While Winstrol has been used for its muscle-building properties, it also has legitimate medical uses, such as treating osteoporosis and growth deficiencies in children.