Message board after message board theres often a debate; which is better Albuterol or Clenbuterol? Guess what, theres an answer and well discuss it here but dont get your panties in a wad if the answers dont blow your mind. One of the largest problems with many of these types of arguments is mountains are so often made out of mole hills and if youre trying to decide if a substance such as Albuterol is right for you the answer is generally right there and easy to come by.
As you know, Albuterol was not developed for performance enhancing purposes but for a condition such as asthma but it is performance enhancing and only that we are concerned with. With Albuterol possessing the ability to stimulate beta-2 receptors you will burn more fat than you would without. The same can be said regarding Clenbuterol.
With Albuterol use you will need to take multiple daily doses, usually 3-4 per day; with Clenbuterols long half-life one dose per day will suffice. However, issues of insomnia are more easily controlled with Albuterol and that is definitely an advantage.
As stated, both drugs mentioned will aid greatly in burning fat, however, Clenbuterol has a longer lasting lipolytic effect than that of Albuterol thats something youll want to consider if youre someone competing in a physique related sport. Another disadvantage is simple but problematic for some; remembering to dose daily. Its often hard enough for some to remember to take one dose of this or that per day and when youre talking about 3-4 doses surprisingly for some reason a lot of people always miss a few.
Some athletes claim their cardiovascular output declines with Clenbuterol use yet increases with Albuterol use. There is no study on paper to give this absolute validity but often real life is enough to lend proof. If you are an athlete who requires a lot of cardio endurance Albuterol may be the superior choice for you
All-in-all its simple and as you were told in the beginning there would be nothing groundbreaking here. Both drugs will greatly aid in burning fat; win, win. One has a longer lasting effect; one is more beneficial for cardiovascular endurance yet both basically serve the same function. In the end it will be what works best for you and meets your needs. You may find you need to try both to find the perfect match, as is very common with many drugs in the sports and performance enhancing world.