WHAT IT REALLY TAKES TO GET THE BODY OF A FITNESS MODEL

| January 17, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

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Rumor has it that Facebook and Twitter had to upgrade their servers just to store all the images of fitness models flooding the online realm. You cannot eat cookies while checking your news feed anymore. Wherever you go there is an image of someone with a perfect body that makes you drop the biscuit. It could be depressing at times.

The air feels poisoned, and muscle fever is spreading faster than ever. Fitness models have taken over. Long camping is in order. Every day there is a newly infected teenager writing about his love for Lazar Angelov’s abs in a diary. On the outside, there is nothing wrong with upgrading your body. It is a goal that remains way above many other superficial desires (e.g., seeing a Kardashian in public). However, there is a catch which most of you are going to learn eventually, but to save you some time I will tell you right away. I do not have anything better to do anyway. The catch is that the recipe they gave you does not work. You are expecting an expensive Italian pizza, but all your cooking efforts will result in the production of moldy bread.

So, what is the real recipe? How do fitness models get those amazing bodies? It is very simple, my friend. They take anabolic steroids, just like their big brothers – the bodybuilders.


There are three ways to make a large profit by selling a product to the public. The first one is to convince everyone that your product is a valuable replacement of non-material things such as love, friendship, and inner peace. Coca-Cola uses that approach. The company has some of the best commercials the world has ever seen. You may hate Coca-Cola, but you will love their marketing production.

The second way is to establish a monopoly over a certain type of essential goods needed for survival and civilized living. The most popular examples take place in the energy sector. Big countries like Russia exercise energy policy designed to keep the smaller nations dependent on the deliveries of Russian gas. The result is a never-ending energy slavery.

The third way to make money is to combine both – monopoly and illusions. This is what the corrupt muscle cartel has been doing since the beginning.

It is obvious that professional bodybuilding is dying. Nobody wants to look at 275lbs monsters walking around in shiny “posing trunks” a.k.a. thongs. Similar entertainment does not sell products anymore. Thus, the industry created a new product – fitness modeling.

Compared to bodybuilders fitness models look exceptional. They have narrow waists coupled with big muscles and year-round low body fat levels. People love that look because it represents the so-called “give it to me now” physique. Unfortunately, this is just another bait for the fools.

Proving that a popular fitness model is using steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) is not that hard once you stop getting your research from the corrupt muscle media which is too dependent to offer anything of value.

Today, fitness models are on the level of bodybuilders from the “Golden Era of Bodybuilding”. A popular example would be Simeon Panda who weighs about 230lbs at 6’1″. In comparison, Arnold Schwarzenegger was about the same weight and an inch taller. If we can prove that the bodybuilders from the “Golden Era of Bodybuilding” were not natural, it becomes obvious that their contemporary version is also using anabolic steroids.

Contrary to popular belief, steroids were available way before Arnold Schwarzenegger’s transformation into a symbol of muscle. In the 1900s, and even prior to that, scientists performed many experiments examining the effects of castration on male bodies. As always, many animals had to suffer so that we can live better lives. The method was simple – you cut the sexual organ of the animal and see what happens. The results were a loss of typical male characteristics and vitality. When the operation was performed on roosters, which were often the victim of choice, the comb of the bird started to show signs of degradation. The conclusion was that the testes are the place where the magic was stored.

In 1927, the popular American chemical engineer Fred C. Koch was able to provide access to large amounts of bull testicles ready to be chemically analyzed. Since somebody had to do the dirty work, a team of students was hired to extract isolates from the bull testes. In the same year, Koch and his student Lemuel McGee derived 20mg of substance from 40 pounds of bull testicles. The results were solid. When the substance was given to castrated roosters, their masculine characteristics were revived to a certain degree. In a way, this was one of the first forms of testosterone supplementation observed by humans.

On May 1935 in Amsterdam was reported the isolation of crystalline compound from bull testes. The compound was named testosterone (testo=testis, ster=sterol, one=ketone).

The same year two groups of scientists synthesized testosterone from cholesterol. It was first done by Butenandt and Hanisch. A few days later, Leopold Ruzicka and A. Wettstein from the pharmaceutical company Ciba group in Zurich came up with their form of testosterone synthesis. In 1939, Adolf Butenandt and Leopold Ruzicka won the Nobel Prize In Chemistry for their work on sex hormones. Those two and their teams are the godfathers of modern bodybuilding.

The period between the 1930s and the 1950s remains known as “The Golden Age of Steroid Chemistry”. The logical conclusion is that steroids were available even before the 50s. By the 1970s, the industry was providing plenty of quality muscle elixirs for the bodybuilders to choose from. It was easy to get access to quality steroids in the United States. Everything was produced in much better conditions than the garbage sold online today. Big pharmaceutical companies were making quality products in well-equipped laboratories.

It turns out the “Golden Era of Bodybuilding” took place right after “The Golden Age of Steroid Chemistry”. Enigmatically, the muscle behemoths still have no shame telling you that protein powder is the road to 20-inch arms.

Bodybuilders from the Golden Era were between 170lbs and 240lbs depending on height. The lower numbers were reserved for bodybuilders between 5’3″ and 5’7″ whereas the heavier categories were occupied by competitors over 5’11”. Back in the day, it was actually possible to win Mr.Olympia weighing under 200 pounds. Frank Zane, a highly aesthetic bodybuilder, did it three times.

Standing 5’9″ and weighing 195 pounds, Zane competed next to Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bertil Fox, Mike Mentzer and many other legendary builders of thick muscle fibers. Of course, Mr. Olympia has always been a competition full of controversy, politics and tendentious winners, but that does not change the fact that Zane had a great physique.

Nowadays there are many fitness models who claim to be natural despite being significantly bigger than Zane. Makes you wonder, doesn’t it? How is it possible for naturals to achieve a physique that requires anabolic steroids?

With a risk to make you mad, I will inform you of the obvious: Frank Zane and his iron brothers were not natural. He won Mr. Olympia three times – a competition that has never had a steroid-free winner. Even the first Mr.Olympia, Larry Scott, admitted to the use of Dianabol. In addition, Zane competed against guys like Arnold who has admitted to steroid use in a video interview. Anyone who believes that Frank Zane was natural because he was “small” compared to the others has been brainwashed by the corrupt muscle media.

Another extremely important argument against the natural status of fitness models is the decrease of testosterone with each generation. Studies have shown that males today have less testosterone in comparison to their fathers and grandfathers.

A long-term study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism revealed the following:

“The interesting thing we discovered was that, on average, when we measured the testosterone in the blood of a 60-year-old in 1989 it was higher than that in a different 60-year-old measured in 1995,” said Thomas Travison, PhD, of the New England Research Institutes, Watertown, Mass. “We observed the same phenomenon over a wide range of ages.”

This essentially means that today’s naturals are not supposed to be bigger than the naturals of yesterday, let alone former professional bodybuilders. How are they doing it? Well, they simply aren’t natural.

Modern fitness models take many steroids to create the Photoshop look that you are admiring so much, not just testosterone. The most commonly used drugs are human growth hormone, Trenbolone, Anavar, Winstrol, Primobolan, Equipoise, Triiodothyronine a.k.a T3, diuretics…etc.

The scary part is that very often the sources of those wonder drugs are shady. Many of the drugs come from online sources instead of pharmacies. The quality control on the black market tends to be extremely low to non-existent.

Moreover, many fitness models do recreational drugs such as cocaine, amphetamines, LCD, and marijuana. One the most popular pre-workout drugs among fitness models is cocaine. Since cocaine gives you an insane amount of explosive energy, it represents an effective way to get “amped” and hit the weights.

Unfortunately, many bodybuilders have died from abuse of recreational drugs. A recent example would be Aziz Shavershian, better known as Zyzz. According to the official version, he suffered a cardiac arrest. Cocaine was found in his body during the autopsy.

By now, you are probably wondering how the models pay for their muscle lifestyle. It is true that the life of a fitness model could be incredibly expensive. The drugs, the food, the clothes and the medical check-ups can quickly add up to thousands of dollars per month. As a result, many get involved in activities that would not make their parents proud. Just like professional bodybuilders, physique competitors are known to occasionally work as male/female prostitutes, porn actors and live sex cam models. I already know what some of you are thinking – “What’s so bad about it? Is having sex with hot women a crime?”

I am sad to serve you the bad news, but you are old enough to take the hit. When you are a male prostitute, your clients are not “hot women”.  How women simply don’t pay for sex and never will. Most of the time we are talking about homosexual activities. Many of the popular muscle wonders on YouTube have been involved in the G4P (gay for pay) industry. Of course, they now have different names and would do anything to make the records disappear.

In conclusion

Back in the day, I used to believe the blatant lies of the muscle industry. I remember being ashamed of myself for failing to “achieve greatness” and building “the body of a God”. I thought there was something wrong with me, but now I know that’s not the case. The system and its false doctrines are to blame.

We live in an era condemning the real “naturals” directly and indirectly while promoting the fake ones as success stories. The logical conclusion is that people love to be lied to because the truth scares us more than anything else. Lies are warm and comforting. The truth is brutal and devastating. Eventually, however, everybody has a moment of truth. You can only postpone the lesson. “Avoid” is not on the options list.

Why? I am not quite sure. I am nothing but a little soul trapped in human CELLS, just like everybody else.

References:
Gallagher TF, Koch FC (November 1929). “The testicular hormone”. J. Biol. Chem. 84 (2): 495–500.
Butenandt A, Hanisch G (1935). “Umwandlung des Dehydroandrosterons in Androstendiol und Testosterone; ein Weg zur Darstellung des Testosterons aus Cholestrin” [About Testosterone. Conversion of Dehydro-androsterons into androstendiol and testosterone; a way for the structure assignment of testosterone from cholestrol]. Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem (in German) 237 (2): 89. doi:10.1515/bchm2.1935.237.1-3.89.
 Butenandt A, Hanisch G (1935). “Uber die Umwandlung des Dehydroandrosterons in Androstenol-(17)-one-(3) (Testosterone); um Weg zur Darstellung des Testosterons auf Cholesterin (Vorlauf Mitteilung). [The conversion of dehydroandrosterone into androstenol-(17)-one-3 (testosterone); a method for the production of testosterone from cholesterol (preliminary communication)]”. Chemische Berichte (in German) 68: 1859–1862.
 Ruzicka L, Wettstein A (1935). “Uber die kristallinische Herstellung des Testikelhormons, Testosteron (Androsten-3-ol-17-ol) [The crystalline production of the testicle hormone, testosterone (Androsten-3-ol-17-ol)]”. Helvetica Chimica Acta (in German) 18: 1264–1275. doi:10.1002/hlca.193501801176.
Healio.com. “Generational decline in testosterone levels observed” http://www.healio.com, February, 2007

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