I'm assuming whomever made the product was either being a bit lazy or purposely left some things out. As it stands, you have a basic steroid skeleton with methyl groups at the C-10 and C-13 (i.e., androstane or etioallcholane) with a hydroxyl group at the C-17, as well as a methyl group. It's indicating there's a double bond, but does not specify where. According to the naming here or rather, the lack thereof, this molecule also lacks an oxygen atom at the C-3, which would make it a weak androgen (if at all) as both that and either a keto or hydroxyl group at the C-17 are necessary for androgenic activity.
I've never seen the structure of androgen used in the Superdrol product so I have no idea if the systematic name above is close to it or not.