GP Mast is an injectable steroid which contains:
Drostanolone Enanathate — 150 mg
Drostanolone Propionate — 50 mg
GP Mast is most commonly used by bodybuilders who are in the «cutting» phase of their training and dieting. While only mildly anabolic, this steroid extremely androgenic and because of this, brings about a very pronounced amount of hardness and definition to the muscles. On top of this, GP Mast is also noted as being an effective estrogen blocker, and also binds to SHBG, making it possible for other steroids being used to bind more easily to their respective receptors, thus making their presence in the body much more effective. These effects are also noted by bodybuilders who choose to use the oral preparation of Masteron, Proviron.
Bodybuilders looking to incorporate GP Mast into a cycle might stack it with other steroids such as Trenbolone, Testosterone Propionate, and oral compounds such as Stanozolol or Halotestin to bring about an even more pronounced amount of definition and hardness leading up to a contest.
Common androgenic side effects are possible with GP Mast, such as oily skin and increased libido. Due to its extremely androgenic properties, GP Mast is not a favorite among women bodybuilders, although most serious competitors still choose to use it due to its effectiveness as a pre-contest drug.
Males typically use a dosage of GP Mast ranging from 300-600 mg per week while women typically prefer a dosage range of 100-300 mg per week. GP Mast is often injected once every 2-3 days to help maintain consistent blood levels.