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Anabolic steroids – more properly termed anabolic-androgenic steroids – are synthetic derivatives of testosterone – the hormone that makes a man a man.
Testosterone has two different kinds of effects on the body: androgenic (development of male genitals, growth of body and facial hair, and deepening of voice) and anabolic (increased bone and muscle mass). While all steroids have androgenic and anabolic effects, some synthetic steroids have been developed with minimal androgenic effects.
Anabolic steroids work by helping the body’s muscle cells produce more protein which, if the athletes works out, leads to increased muscle size and strength and, at the same time, also allows the body to produce more ATP, the “fuel” muscles need to move.
When used, they are an option for patients who produce abnormally low levels of testosterone or who suffer from body-wasting diseases such as cancer or AIDS. When used by athletes, the goal is to speed up the body’s natural muscle-building process.
When we lift weights heavier than what we’re used to, we create tiny micro-tears in muscle fibers. The body’s natural repair process repairs the tear and then overcompensates by adding bigger cells to build a stronger fiber — this is called muscular hypertrophy. Over time, this repeated process of teardown and re-build will result in muscle growth.
Natural testosterone is the body’s main ingredient for this process, but anabolic steroids can serve as a supplement.
Once ingested, an AAS travels through the blood stream to the muscle tissue. It is drawn into the muscle cell’s receiving dock, called an androgen receptor. Once delivered to the muscle cell, the steroid can interact with the cell’s DNA and stimulate the protein synthesis process that promotes cell growth.
Oral versus injectable
Steroids are taken orally (pill) or through injection, usually in the upper outer quadrant of the buttocks. Some athletes, however, have been known to inject specific sites hoping to increase muscle size and/or strength in that area. Unfortunately, this strategy does not work, as injections affect the whole body and not just the area they are applied, and can damage the injection site.
Cycling and stacking
“Cycling” describes the use of steroids for certain specific time intervals: such as 12 weeks on, 6 weeks off, and then another 12 weeks on.
“Stacking” refers to the use of multiple steroids at one time. Many users will take a combination of oral and injectable steroid with the hope of enhancing their effects.