Comparison of testosterone propionate with analogues
Testosterone propionate is just that, Test-P, there are no steroids the same. There are only steroids that have testosterone propionate mixed in conjunction with others, which really isn’t a bad choice though. Every athlete should know how to replace propionate in case of its absence.
- Composition of Sustanon-250:
- Testosterone propionate 30mg;
- Testosterone phenylpropionate 60mg;
- Testosterone isocaproate 60mg;
- Testosterone decanoate 100mg.
- Composition Ripex-225:
- Testosterone propionate 75mg, Masteron 75mg, Tren-Ace 75mg
Whether using Ripex 225 or Sustanon-250, don’t think that you will not reap positive benefits of either just because they might be considered substitutes of Test Propionate. Another steroid to consider is Cut Mix which also contains Test Prop and can work wonders when stacked in a cycle properly. What users cycle with is dependent on individual goals. It isn’t uncommon for advanced users or steroid veterans to interchange these compounds and enjoy the results of each.
Effectiveness of the use of substitutes:
In terms of effectiveness, the analogues are not inferior to propionate. However, the specificity of the application during the cycle differs. The use of sustanon-250 in large quantities can contribute to water retention. Therefore, athletes often have a “bloated” look. Ripex-225 will not cause water retention but it’s use is for the athlete who already has good definition to their bodies. In practice, it is believed that testosterone propionate is more, pure and acceptable among professional athletes. While some only use one form of testosterone in every cycle, others often switch and use different forms in each cycle. Results are still going to be achieved no matter which option you choose. It isn’t a bad thing to use or even try an analogue of propionate. Who knows, you might just like the analogue!