Steroids Are Not Just The Finishing Touch

| March 27, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

Anabolic steroids have been a part of bodybuilding since the very beginning. Testosterone was already available in the 1930s. Bodybuilding is a sport/activity/beauty contest entirely depending on steroids.

Steroids are not just the finishing touch.A common trend among bodybuilders is to downsize the importance of anabolic steroids. They want the general public to believe that drugs are only a small part of professional bodybuilding – “just the finishing touch”.

This is not true, for one incredibly simple reason – most bodybuilders look terrible after they stop using steroids.


There are many examples of bodybuilders who have lost all their muscle mass after discontinuing the gear. Kevin Levrone, Mustafa Mohammad and Tom Prince come to mind. Their “detransformations” make the effectiveness of steroids apparent, to say the least.

Anabolic steroids are very effective for building muscle mass because they increase one’s testosterone levels significantly. It’s not uncommon for modern IFBB bodybuilders to use more than 2-3 grams of testosterone to maintain their physiques. This is hundreds of times more than the natural testosterone produced by the average man.

A quick look at the female bodybuilders who look like transsexuals reveals that steroids can turn almost anybody into a muscle monster. Most women who compete in bodybuilding are far bigger than the average natural male. If steroids were “just the finishing touch”, why are they turning women into men? Labeling something that powerful as “just the finishing touch” is a false and misleading behavior.

Bodybuilders will forever downplay the role of anabolic steroids to make you believe that you can have their physiques naturally if you take the right supplements.

Don’t expect a bodybuilder to come out and publicly state that steroids are the only reason for the existence of his extra muscle mass. This wouldn’t be politically correct, and he or she may lose sponsors.

Today we have “natural” bodybuilders who are as heavy as the bodybuilders from the 1970s when steroids were legal. How do you think that happened? By accident? Or maybe thanks to the broscience nutritional and training tips on YouTube? How about neither?

I am sorry, but steroids are not just the ”finishing” touch. They are the ultimate touch that allows bodybuilders to reach far beyond the natural potential of the human body. The needle has been the engine of bodybuilding since the early days.

References:
http://www.naturalmedicalsupply.com/igf-1/
http://www.usrf.org/news/TRT/history.html
http://irongangsta.blogspot.com/2013/04/best-detransformations-in-bodybuilding.html
Anabolic Steroids and the Athlete, 2d ed. By William N. Taylor, M.D
Steroids: A New Look at Performance-Enhancing Drugs By Rob Beamish

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2 comments

  1. Vinner

    Man you shattered my dreams!

    And i thought Lazar and co were natty!

    How will I live now, Even Rambo was on juice!

    Keep up the heart breaking work! Thanks to you i have learned a lesson. I won’t trust so easily again.

  2. Gladiator

    Over three grams? Holy Smoke!

    I had heard that Arnie used a gram but three grams by the current crop of fake champions?

    Mind Blowing and Mind Boggling.

    I have been working out for more than 50 years and at present I cannot even bench press my own body weight which is 160. People tell me that I look way younger than my age which most refuse to believe unless I show them some kind of ID. Hard work pays in terms of health benefits but if you want to grow BIG, any amount/type of workouts will not get you there. I may not have been blessed with good genetics but when we talk of GRAMS, genetics just fly out through the window.

    Keep up the good work bro, you are doing a huge service to humanity.

    Thank you.

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