I was sitting in the audience at this year's NPC Tean, Masters and Collegiate Nationals when the lone collegiate super heavyweight took the stage. In my experience, when there's only one super heavyweight in a class, it usually means the guy's "tall and out of shape." This wasn't the case when Mike Rice walked out. He not only surprised me, he must have shocked the judges, as well, since he wound up unanimously winning the super heavyweight and overall title in the surprisingly competitive collegiate division. What's even more interesting than this massively muscled man's impressive win was the road that led him to this point.
Epistane (2a,3a-epithio-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol ) is a PRO-anabolic antiestrogen which has been scientifically proven to REDUCE PREEXISTING GYNOCAMASTIA. As a PRO-Anabolic compound Epistane promotes increases in strength and lean body mass with an anabolic/androgenic value (Q ratio) of 12. With most powerful androgens there is a high risk of the natural suppression of the gonads. Epistane, unlike other PRO-Anabolic compounds that have recently been released, is relatively mild on the gonads and, due to the anti-estrogenic effects and the fact that Epistane keeps LH levels elevated, post cycle therapy becomes a breeze. All effects combined make Epistane a great compound to produce dry, lean gains in muscle mass with minimal side effects and suppression of the body’s natural androgen production, while lowering the effects of natural estrogen or combating estrogen from endogenous/exogenous sources. This makes it a powerful tool when combined with “wet” compounds in attempt to increase gains and decrease side effects.