AAS or Steroids work by attaching to androgen receptors throughout the body. This is one of the main reasons they cause many unwanted side effects. SARMs, unlike steroids, are designed to only attach to select androgen receptors that are responsible for the beneficial properties of AAS while avoiding the ones that are responsible for side effects.
Even though most SARMs come pretty close to this ideal, they are not perfect and they can still cause many of the side effects that are commonly associated with AAS.
Here you will find the most comprehensive and evidence based guides for SARMs on the entire internet. Based on the latest academic data, and, the careful analysis of thousands of anecdotal reports and experiences from real users online.