Sports Nutrition FAQs
We'll try and answer your questions on Fat Burners, Pro Hormones and are they legal here. If you have any other questions about our products, their nutritional value, recommended use or any other question use the form below. We endeavor to get back to you as soon as possible.
- Fat Burner Level 1 -2 - Not for us.
- Fat Burner Level 3 - First time users that want results
- Fat Burner Level 4 - Intermediate users that use fat burners seasonally
- Fat Burner Level 5 - Advanced hardcore stimulant users
Designer Pro Hormones are not just oral steroids repackaged. The raw ingredient used to make Pro Hormones have been slightly modified by moving or taking away 1 or 2 molecules to artificially make it different from an Anabolic Androgenic Steroid compound (AAS). A designer Pro Hormone is a precursor of an anabolic steroid like testosterone (not an actual AAS), which is taken in order to boost the body's available hormone supply. These precursors are intended to be converted to full, active hormones via an enzymatic process that occurs in your body during metabolism typically resulting in the addition of whichever atoms / molecules happen to be missing from the chemical structure of the raw ingredient. Pro Hormones are strong and often result in great muscular gains and strength increases that you simply couldn't get from everyday training. You need to carefully plan your Pro Hormones course. Take into consideration your 'On Cycle Support' regime (OCS) and your aftercare regime or 'Post Cycle Therapy' (PCT) just as much as you have put in to choosing the right Pro Hormone for you.
A commonly asked question is 'Are pro hormones legal?' and the answer is 'Yes! Although often wrongly linked to the banned and illegal AAS, but for the UK and most of the EU Pro Hormones are legal to buy sell and use. Pro Hormones are most certainly on the banned list of most if not all sporting federations and we wouldn't advise taking them if you’re working for any government organisation or public service, for example, the armed forces or the police as they may give you a false positive if you were to be drug tested in your line of duty. The reason there are so many myths and bad advice surrounding Pro Hormones is that most of our information and advice comes from the good old USA where the FDA have taken extra steps to outright ban Pro Hormones and make them illegal. This is sure to happen in the UK at some point but as of writing this article it hasn't happened yet! WTS!