What is it?
Stenabolic (SR9009) is a brand new chemical that has proven in animal studies to boost exercise endurance as well as treat metabolic syndrome. SR-9009 is often referred to as “exercise in a bottle” due to the rapid increase in metabolism that occurs with use. Scientists believe that SR9009 will be used in the future as a cure for illnesses that severely limit exercise endurance. These instances would include: obesity, congestive heart failure, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) as well as the deterioration of muscle capacity that is commonly linked with the again process.
How it works:
Stenabolic (SR9009) possesses the capabilities of reducing obesity as well as reversing metabolic syndrome. In animal studies, it has shown to increase the metabolic activity of skeletal muscle in mice. Treated mice became lean while developing larger muscles. They also had a 50% increase in running ability, imitating the effect of aerobic exercise. Stenabolic alters the metabolic profile of skeletal muscle in a manner similar to the changes observed in animals that are endurance trained. In simple terms, SR9009 sends a signal to the muscle to tell it to modify it's current metabolism.
During the day, metabolism naturally speeds up and slows down. This means that at times, food is used for energy and at other times, it gets stored as fat. SR9009 re-sync's a dysfunctional metabolic clock ensuring that food and excess fat are used as energy. It binds to Rev-erba, which is a natural protein in the body that influences lipid and glucose metabolism in the liver, inflammatory responses and fat-storing cells. This process allows SR9009 to kick start metabolism, along with increasing muscle strength.
As of now, studies have shown no side effects present with SR9009 use. There is no suppression present and no other side effects known at this time. It is still highly recommended to use caution with any research protocol and stay within studied dosing, however, no negative effects have been seen.
The half life of SR9009 is extremely short and dosing every 2 hours is recommended. A protocol of 30-40 mg per day has shown to be optimal for the best research results. As the dosing gets in the 40 mg range, dosing 10 mg every 3-4 hours would be fine but at 30 mg per day, 6 equal doses of 5 mg every 2 hours is optimal for the best testing results.