IGF-1 LONG R3
IGF-1 LONG R3
IGF-1 LONG R3
- Enhanced rate of transport of amino acids.
- Acceleration of glucose transport in the body.
- Increase in protein synthesis.
- Reduction of protein degradation.
- Increase of RNA synthesis.
- The effect of subcutaneous fat burning.
- Impact development of coronary.
What is IGF1-LR3
IGF-1 is basically a polypeptide hormone that has the same some of the same molecular properties as insulin. IGF dose actually stand for insulin-like growth factor. IGF-1 is mainly responsible for long bone growth in children and it also affects muscle growth and repair of adults. Long R3 IGF-1 is a more potent version of IGF-1. It’s chemically altered i like to think “enhanced” to prevent deactivation by IGF-1 binding proteins in the bloodstream. This results in a longer half-life of 20-30 hours instead of 20 min… So that means a far more effective version than the short chain we we re perhaps more familiar with.
IGF1-LR3 What does it do?
IGF-1 LR3 greatly boosts muscle mass by inducing a state of muscle hyperplasia (increase in number of new muscle cells) in the MUSCLE WHERE ITS INJECTED! So think of it as muscle cell proliferation, or even the splitting of the cell so 1 becomes 2… That’s why its perfect on cycle when you get increased muscle cell growth too. But why is IGF better than HGH? The reason being is HGH causes IGF levels to rise in the liver first, then then the muscle, Whereas IGF-LR3 causes localized IGF levels to rocket.Igf1-lr3 As you all know is the long acting version of Igf-1, Taking its active potential up towards 20 hours, But along with its ability to stimulate the growth of satellite muscle cells and helping them to mature into new muscle fibers it holds the ability to increase the uptake of many supplements we currently use, And it can cause the enhanced recovery of testicle size, and prevent muscle loss even in PCT. Plus another reason its so potent is because of the decreased binding of Long R3 IGF-1 to all known IGF binding proteins. These binding proteins normally inhibit the biological actions of IGF.. not so with this long acting version. Here’s a quote from one of the top research doctors in the world, Dr Sweeny the chairman of bioethics in 2002.H. Lee Sweeney, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of Physiology at the University of Pennsylvania and a recognized expert on the subject of the genetic enhancement of skeletal muscle, spoke to the World Anti-Doping Association with regard to the muscle building and regenerating properties of IGF-1.
“Rats that were given IGF-1 and did nothing were bigger and stronger than rats that weren’t given IGF-1 but exercised. And I’ll bet you guessed that rats that were given IGF-1 and exercised were the biggest, strongest rats in the house. The positive effects of IGF-1 on the rats continued for months after the rats stopped getting the supplemental hormone, whereas the exercising rats immediately lost size and strength as soon as they stopped exercising.”
In another study the muscle fibers of 27-month old rats – old age for rats – that were given IGF-1 during middle age, exhibited no deterioration of muscle fibers that indicate the classic and inevitable signs of aging. These rats did not lose any fast twitch muscle fibers – the fibers responsible for power and speed – and had the same speed and power output that they had when they were six months of age.
To quote Dr. Sweeney, “So we were able to conclude that IGF-1 could prevent all of the hallmarks of age-related atrophy and loss of skeletal muscle function in mammalian aging, at least based on the rodent model, and now we’re hoping to pursue this in larger animal models.”
So increased potency, increased muscle retention… what else?
Well it increases the effectiveness of an anabolic cycle, this is because of a very unique quality of igf-1-lr3, you see IGF-1 acts on several different tissues to enhance growth. IGF1 belongs in the ’superfamily’ of substances known as ‘growth factors,’ along with epidermal , transforming; platelet derived fibroblast, nerve, and ciliary neurotrophic growth factors. None of the other factors have any bearing on exoskeletal tissue incidentally; however, these agents all have in common the ability to stimulate cell division, known as mitogenesis, and cell differentiation. Meaning That In the case of IGF1 which does act on muscle tissue it will initiate the growth of new muscle fibers, and subsequently new receptors for testosterone. Many Users on forums have unanimously concluded that it enhances cycles of steroids significantly. They also seem to be adamant about its ability to reduce fat and improve vascularity a great deal.
Another surprising effect that remains largely unexplained is that it actually Reverses testicular atrophy. Testicles if shrunken will return to “full swing” as it were even in the middle of a steroid cycle. If not shrunken they will not shrink during the cycle. This may explain partially why gains are kept after the cycle. The increased circulating levels of IGF seem to prevent shrinkage and allow for increased LH output post cycle.
So imagine using this on cycle and during PCT. increased muscle retention and faster recovery. IGF-1-LR3 will cause even greater elevations in Igf and the potential for more muscle growth and fat loss through its unique ability to drain fat cells and supply muscle cells with vital nutrients.
And theres more..
IGF-1 because of its action of forcing nutrients into the muscle, it increases the uptake of amino acids!!! Creatine, and other supplements, in particular collagen.
So it can help slow down the aging process, and improve recovery and increase physical performance.
Dosing, Administration, and Use of IGF-1
Dosages are as follows for IGF-1 LR3: No more than approximately 40 – 50mcg per day should be used by men, and no more than 20mcg per day for females. Because of its long active half-life in the body, the LR3 variant should only be administered once and no more than twice per day. On training/workout days, the IGF-1 dosage should be administered either just before the workout or just after the workout. It is up to the user’s preference, as either before or after is perfectly fine (as is pre-workout only, or post-workout only). If administered twice per day, the full daily dosage can be split in half between the two (e.g. 20mcg pre-workout, and 20mcg post-workout for a total of 40mcg per day). On non-training days, it can be administered at any time of the day.
Either form of IGF-1 can be administered intramuscularly, or subcutaneously. Use of either form should not exceed cycle lengths of 30 days’ total before taking a minimum of 2 weeks off, though longer breaks than 2 weeks between IGF-1 cycles are recommended. This is not only because of the risk of health effects in the long term, but also to ensure IGF-1 receptors return to proper working order following a cycle.
IGF-1 will be packaged in a lyophilized powder format (a dehydrated/dried out powder) that will need to be reconstituted either with bacteriostatic water, or – commonly in the case of LR3 – a small amount of acetic acid diluted into bacteriostatic water. It is the user’s responsibility to calculate how much water he or she will have to add to the lyophilized powder in order to reconstitute it properly to form a desired concentration. Most IGF-1 preparations LR3 ausually come as a standard 1mg total of lyophilized powder. As an example, if 2ml of bacteriostatic water is added to the powder, this will yield the user 50mcg per 10iu (or 0.10ml) of water. Concentrations can and will vary depending on the product purchased, and how the user wishes to reconstitute the product with any desired amount of water. It is imperative that anyone wishing to use any form of IGF-1 understands the proper basic mathematical calculations before reconstituting.