What is YK-11 Myostine?
YK-11 is a synthetic steroidal selective androgen receptor modulator (SARM). It is a gene-selective partial agonist of the androgen receptor (AR) and does not induce the physical interaction between the NTD/AF1 and LBD/AF2 (known as the N/C interaction), which is required for full transactivation of the AR. The drug has anabolic activity in vitro in C2C12 myoblasts and shows greater potencythan dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in this regard.
Benefits of YK-11
- Increases Follistatin levels
- slows down cell aging
- Increases dry muscle mass
- Prevents neuronal damage
- Improves bone strength and health
- Inhibition of Myostatin levels
- Promotes muscles hardness
- Can be added to any cycle for additional energy and muscle growth
- Promotes muscle growth beyond genetic capabilities
- Has no anabolic side effects
Recommended cycle length
Cycle length for men sits in a range of between 8-12 weeks, with 4-6 weeks being the optimal range for women.
The recommended dosage for men is between 10-15mg per day, while for women it is suggested that 0.5-2mg per day is optimal.
It is suggested that YK-11 can be dosed once to twice a day, depending on your individual goals and dosage.
YK-11 is said to have a half life of around 8-12 hours.
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What's in it?
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