Most of us have had experiences with veterinary drugs… simply incredible drugs that generally are targeted towards horses or dogs… and the ensuing results have probably always been spectacular. However, when you first start, the concept of ingesting something intended for our four legged friends can be a bit jarring. You wonder if you’re going to take Winstrol and end up jumping 5 foot fences, or if you’re going to get on all fours, pee on your neighbor’s mailbox and chase a rabbit if you sample some of Fido’s hormonal medication – and haven’t we all had a moment on all fours where it’s been embarrassing? Scratch that.
Look, there’s definitely a reason that veterinarian drugs are desired by many and why taking the lead of race and show horse performance may be the best plan. Sport horses are insanely amazing athletes. Not just your typical race horses, but dressage horses, jumping horses, cross country and steeplechase horses, and so many others there are too many to mention. Basically, these capable athletes are not only as aesthetically pleasing and as muscle solid as you are as a bodybuilder, they tend to be really geared up for performance. They perform like well-oiled machines. Much of that is genetic predisposition and they have evolved over the years to become such powerful animals. But, a lot has been cultivated beyond the regular level of performance and conditioning by way of animal performance and growth drugs and equine specifically equine sports supplements.
Oh yes, these hooved homies are supplement junkies much like you! Alright, they aren’t, but their owners certainly are. As a matter of fact, the equestrian world is downright fanatical when it comes to “getting the edge”. It’s really quite astounding that trends in the equestrian world so closely resemble the main threads of bodybuilding supplementation. We tend to take creatine, horses take creatine. We take Gamma-Oryzanol, horses take G-O. Horses take Glucosamine and Chondroitin, and we take it, in addition to Hyaluronic acid (horses took it first) and the list just keeps going on and on.
The idea is, horses and people aren’t so different in regards to athletic needs. While bodybuilding may be considered an aesthetic-only pursuit, those of us who train all know that in the gym, it’s all about obtaining higher levels of performance! The most exciting thing is, there is a supplement that is based on horse performance principles that is like the supplement version of we have all enjoyed out of veterinary Anabolics over the years. It really is the equivalent in regards to supplementation – something that has up until now been very difficult to obtain in the bodybuilding world.
I used to think that having a supplement that was as good as Winstrol and Equipoise are as an AAS, would be an impossible dream. Based on pre-workout (energy), workout (anti-fatigue/ lactic acid blocking properties) and post-workout (recovery), it’s like vet Anabolics – you tend to get the most clear results for the fewest hassles. It’s a real “bang for the buck” supplement in the same way Winstrol-V and Equipoise is a damn good steroid cycle! And believe you me, the pre-performance and recovery aspects of the equestrian supplement world are vastly more advanced than the human side.
The human version of this equestrian supplement is called TridenosenH, I believe it’s still a littler hard to find, but maybe do some searching on the Internet to see what you come up with. Believe me, this marriage of the equestrian supplement world with the human one is an advancement that’s been long awaited, especially by me.