William Davis

William has been studying and experimenting with bodybuilding pharmacology for over 6 years. After being an independent researcher for all these years, he has decided to share his knowledge with the bodybuilding community through his science-based articles. His approach to enhanced bodybuilding can be summed up in the saying “less is more”, as he believes that prioritizing harm mitigation and looking for ways to maximize the positives is the key to longevity in bodybuilding.

FAQs about Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (Part One)

If you are relatively new to the world of AAS and hardcore bodybuilding, chances are you are constantly coming up with questions about these drugs and looking them up on google, only to be disappointed by contradictory answers. Well, in this FAQ series, we will be answering all of those questions and more in a […]Read More

TRT add-ons

After our “TRT PLUS” series, it is time for us to do an article for those who don’t want to go that far and who simply want to take safe natural supplements and/or synthetic drugs that work synergistically with TRT to improve their health, well-being or performance without having to use Anabolic Steroids. Here are […]Read More

Tirzepatide: better than Ozempic?

  Tirzepatide is a promising new drug belonging to the GLP-1 and GIP Receptor Agonist classes of drugs that has recently been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. It appears as an alternative to Ozempic (Semaglutide), which has rapidly become a popular weight-loss medication among […]Read More

B-AET: the fat-burner you’ve never heard of

B-AET, also known as Beta-Androstenetriol, is a DHEA metabolite that offers incredible health benefits, anti-catabolism, and fat-loss. Unfortunately, chances are you’ve never heard of this compound before. Fortunately, the reason why you’ve never heard of it before is that it’s incredibly hard to find, and not because it has some major drawback that makes it […]Read More

Epistane: the most underrated cutting AAS

Epistane (also known as methylepitiostanol and “Havoc”) is the oral, 17-alpha-alkylated version of epitiostanol, a DHT derived steroid that was used in Japan for the treatment of breast cancer due to its anti-estrogenic properties. The most interesting thing about the history of Epistane, is that it was legally sold over-the-counter by supplement stores all over […]Read More

MOTS-c: a promising PED

MOTS-c (Mitochondrial Open reading frame of the Twelve S rRNA-c) is a 16-amino-acid, mitochondrial analogue peptide that has recently garnered some attention in bodybuilding circles thanks to its seemingly miraculous properties. The role of MOTS-c is to regulate metabolic functions for the production of energy. It’s mechanism of action is incredibly complicated and not very […]Read More

Nattokinase: a supplement you should be taking

The use of Anabolic Steroids and other PEDs leads to an increase in blood thickness. This is extremely dangerous, as it causes an increase in blood pressure that can cause dizziness, headaches, nosebleeds and other annoying side-effects short-term, but also cardiac hypertrophy and even deadly cardiovascular events in the long run. Donating blood during and/or […]Read More

M-Sten (Ultradol): bodybuilding’s best kept secret?

Methyl-Stenbolone (also known as M-Sten and Ultradrol) is a methylated derivative of Stenbolone, which is a powerful injectable DHT derivative that was never marketed. M-Sten was sold as a Pro-Hormone for many years despite not being one and being an actual active steroid. Why? Well, Stenbolone was in the list of scheduled Anabolic Androgenic Steroids, […]Read More