Ronnie Coleman is considered to be one of the best bodybuilders out there. He won 8 Mr. Olympia titles and to this very day his back development is considered unmatched by anybody. Many people wonder whether Ronnie Coleman has used anabolic steroids or not during his training career. Well, we have the answer – Ronnie Coleman is completely natural and got to his level without ever touching a steroid in his life. How do we know? Well, he said so in an interview and as we already know bodybuilders always tell the truth.
In the video below at about 4 minutes in Ronnie Coleman says that he got to his level of muscular development naturally without using anabolic steroids.
So, maybe if you work just hard enough, you will be able to get to Ronnie Coleman’s level naturally without using any kind of steroids. Hmm….does this sound believable to you?
The truth is that just like any other competitor in Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman used anabolic steroids, growth hormone, insulin, diuretics and many other drugs to build his body. The reason why he lies in the video is that steroids are illegal in the U.S. and the fact that he was doing something illegal and working for the police department for so many years can theoretically get him in trouble. However, it’s pretty obvious that this is nothing more than politically correct mainstream behavior and you can even sense it in his voice that he feels kinda bad for telling fairy tales like that one. Also, there is no doubt that quite a lot of people who work for the police department also take steroids regardless of their bodybuilding status.
It’s not going to get any better, if we keep on playing the corporate game
This world has become a place where everybody is trying to protect his stuff. We don’t care about anything else besides us. However, that does not fix the problem and as long as we are playing this game – we are going to continue to live in a Matrix world where half of the things we see are lies. This is not a direct attack towards Ronnie Coleman. We are talking about people in general.
Playing the politically correct game keeps us trapped in a heartless corporate world where we trade things for love.