Getting off a SARM may cause you to lose up to 5 – 10% of your muscle mass, but with the right diet and exercise, you can maintain your gains. Although it’s not easy, it’s much better than losing most of your gains and ending up at square one!
After you stop taking your SARM, stick to the kind of diet and exercise you are doing. Continuing your diet and exercising will result in safe and effective gains. The fact that you aren’t taking a SARM doesn’t mean that working out doesn’t have an effect. You’re getting ripped whether you’re using SARMs or not!