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Sarms America’s Bulking & Cutting


Our variety of products can meet any fitness goals you are looking to achieve and today's focus is on Bulking and Cutting

So you are looking to Bulk and Cut well Sarms America has you covered.

Trust us we got your back! We have Shred SR9009 and Anabolic LGD4033 that will get you on the right track to meet your physical fitness goals

Todays focus is on Shred SR9009 & Anabolic Sarms but we also cover the importance of your training needs and food intake.

We will begin with the Benefits and Advantages of Sarms :

  • Sarms America’s products help in reducing the Recovery time after the workout
  • Sarms America’s products are a great catalyst for weight loss
  • Sarms America’s products help in increasing body mass in a healthy way
  • Sarms America’s products are taken orally which means there is no need for injection after taste from liquid forms.
  • Sarms have minimal or NIL side effects on the human body.
  • Sarms America offers every person different stacking needs as some need to get bulky as well as stay healthy, some need for weight loss as well as cutting, as well as staying healthy etc.

Our Sarms Products provide the following results:

  • Increase in fat loss
  • Increase in lean muscle
  • Improvements in endurance
  • Increase in bone density
  • Faster recovery periods
  • Healing properties
  • Increase in muscle mass and size
  • Increase in strength

Anabolic LGD-4033 Ligandrol

Ligandrol LGD-4033, also known as anabolicum, is the most anabolic sarm on the market. It is popular for its powerful effects on muscle growth, strength improvement, and putting on size.

It is best used in bulking cycles

  • Promotes Muscle Mass
  • Promotes Strength & Stamina
  • Promotes Energy Production & Αnabolic Activity


  • This compound is effective dosed at 10 - 20mg per day.
  • Each bottle contains 30 + dosages.
  • Cycle length: 6 – 8 Weeks.

Shred SR-9009 Stenabolic

  • Superior than everything for Cutting
  • Boost Stamina & Strength
  • Boost Resting Metabolism


CALORIES and Training

During a smart bulking or cutting cycle, everyone needs to create a starting point at maintenance calories, and then adjust protein, carbs, and fats from there.

Maintenance for most people is going to fall within the spectrum of bodyweight x 13-15 for caloric intake.

For mass gains, add about 10% to your maintenance intake. Yes, you will have to log everything, track your weight and body comp, and adjust as needed to fine-tune these starting numbers. That 10% increase in calories comes from carbs, fats, or a combination of both, as long as the requirements for protein are being met.

For a fat loss cycle, simply subtract 10% from maintenance and reduce carbs, fats, or both based on preference. Protein really should not change very much, if at all.

Whatever training you have done that has helped you grow muscle is the same kind of training you are going to want to do for a bulk or a cut. That should make sense, but many lifters change training modalities when they transition from a bulk or a cut… and I’m not sure why.

Whatever training has worked for you in the past is the same training you should do when you are in a hypocaloric state because it will be the kind of training that creates a high degree of muscle retention… with a caveat.

When you are in a caloric surplus, you will usually see the PR’s and have the energy to do more work or include more intensity-increasing methods. When you are in a severe caloric deficit, you won’t have the energy for those things.

Trying to do the same amount of work in the gym while in two different incoming energy states is not very wise. Being super hypocaloric while trying to do a butt-ton of volume is a great way to go catabolic. Especially if you are running low carb and can’t offset the increase in cortisol levels from high volume training. Not smart.

This is why it is important to understand that whether you are doing a bulk or cut, it is not about the body part split. It is about growing or retaining muscle through the stimulus you are providing during training, and adjusting your volume so that the demands for recovery can still be met.

During a cut, you will need to adjust your training volume down to meet the demands for recovery.

During a mass phase, you will probably be able to get away with more work and still be able to recover.


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